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"AGGRESSIVE" DISTRIBUTION OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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"AGGRESSIVE" DISTRIBUTION OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES is cited as a way of reducing malnutrition in a report released Dec. 16 by the World Bank entitled "Enriching Lives: Overcoming Vitamin and Mineral Malnutrition in Developing Countries." The report concludes that "developing countries must still take direct aim at micronutrient malnutrition through consumer education, aggressive distribution of pharmaceutical supplements, and the fortification of common foodstuffs or water."
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