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My last blog on biofortification, published May 2, 2012, talked in detail about biofortification and provided some background on how it works and why we, as proponents of maximizing nutrition impacts of agriculture interventions, should be paying attention to the latest developments in biofortification. I recently attended an event on biofortification, which included some excellent presentations...
We are all witnesses and culprits: the unavoidable truth that change is difficult, especially when we are talking about changing what we eat. In the rural areas of developing countries, where families barely have enough to eat, perhaps the issue of changing what is eaten – in the sense that we, Westerners, think about it – may seem easy. They will eat what you give them, right? Especially when it...
“Haiti” and “food” and “nutrition” are words not usually seen together as part of an optimistic statement, rather the opposite. But as we commemorate World Food Day I believe there is a lot that Haiti can bring to the table to find a sustainable solution to its stubborn malnutrition problem.   This may sound like the world’s best kept secret, but it is partly the result of people, including...
​ A look at the food security situation in India, the national food security bill that is now currently under review, and recommendations on the types of activities that need to accompany the bill in order to sustainably reduce food insecurity and malnutrition in India. Read the full blog on The Guardian's Poverty Matters Blog.
A look of the challenges that lie ahead to ensuring food and nutrition security​, from the eyes of Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever and Daniel Servitje, CEO of Group Bimbo. This op-ed piece is available from the Washington Post's Opinions website.

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