Fortifying Food Markets Partnership Profile
Unlocking the potential of food fortification partnerships to improve nutrition
Food fortification has the potential to improve lives, especially at a time when many families cannot afford a balanced diet. Local millers and food processors hold the key to providing fortified staple food at scale. Yet, they require an operating environment that supports them and rewards good fortification practice. Companies and other stakeholders must move beyond the linear regulation-and-training approach and fix systemic constraints in the food fortification market system. This report identifies six opportunities that can help unblock barriers and realize the potential of food fortification to enable more healthy, productive lives.
Read the IGN’s partnership profile.
Read the full report here.
This report is co-authored by Jane Nelson, Director, Corporate Responsibility Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School, Christina Tewes-Gradl, Endeva and Richard Gilbert, Endeva.