Improving nutrition through biofortification: A review of evidence from HarvestPlus, 2003 through 2016

@inproceedings{Bouis2017ImprovingNT,
  title={Improving nutrition through biofortification: A review of evidence from HarvestPlus, 2003 through 2016},
  author={Howarth E. Bouis and Amy Saltzman},
  booktitle={Global food security},
  year={2017}
}
Biofortification is a feasible and cost-effective means of delivering micronutrients to populations that may have limited access to diverse diets and other micronutrient interventions. Since 2003, HarvestPlus and its partners have demonstrated that this agriculture-based method of addressing micronutrient deficiency through plant breeding works. More than 20 million people in farm households in developing countries are now growing and consuming biofortified crops. This review summarizes key… CONTINUE READING
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