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Combating malnutrition by increasing access to fortified rice in Myanmar: Frequently Asked Questions

Fortifying staple foods with micronutrients is one of the most cost-effective, scalable, and evidence-based interventions to help combat widespread micronutrient deficiencies. As Myanmar’s staple food is rice, which lacks many necessary vitamins and minerals found in a balanced diet, rice fortification is a culturally appropriate solution and an effective way to improve nutrition in the country. This FAQ document provides answers to the most common questions about fortified rice in Myanmar in order to combat malnutrition in the country.

Publication date: October 2020

Fortified rice FAQs - Myanmar

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