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Fortified rice to combat malnutrition in BD : WFP

A new study has shown that consuming fortified rice can significantly reduce anaemia and zinc deficiencies among the poorest women in Bangladesh, reports bdnews24.com. Conducted by the research centre icddr,b and on behalf of the United Nations World Food Programme or WFP, the study measured the impact of providing rice enriched with micronutrients to women participating in the governmentand#39;s vulnerable group development (VGD) programme. The study, released on Thursday in Dhaka, also found that fortifie

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