Can fortification be implemented in rural African communities where micronutrient deficiencies are greatest? Lessons from projects in Malawi, Tanzania, and Senegal.

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BACKGROUND Fortifying common foods with micronutrients is an effective strategy for decreasing micronutrient deficiencies at a population level. National fortification initiatives often do not impact remote communities that are unreached by commercially produced food. The feasibility and sustainability of small-scale fortification as a mechanism to overcome… (More)

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@article{Mildon2015CanFB, title={Can fortification be implemented in rural African communities where micronutrient deficiencies are greatest? Lessons from projects in Malawi, Tanzania, and Senegal.}, author={Alison Mildon and Naomi Klaas and M Layla L O'Leary and Miriam Yiannakis}, journal={Food and nutrition bulletin}, year={2015}, volume={36 1}, pages={3-13} }