Innovation in food fortification

An African child stands by a door waiting for her meal.
Children experiencing hidden hunger are unable to reach their full potential. Photo: WFP/Leah Kidd
A food trader holding up a meal she has prepared.
Khalima, a food trader in Tanzania, uses fortified flour to prepare meals for her customers and to feed her family. Photo: WFP/Mussa Yunus
iCheck training
iCheck training during a workshop by Bühler African Milling School and TechnoServe Kenya. Photo: WFP/BioAnalyt

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