The Potential of Food Fortification to Add Micronutrients in Young Children and Women of Reproductive Age

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The Potential of Food Fortification to Add Micronutrients in Young Children and Women of Reproductive Age – Findings from a Cross-Sectional Survey in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire

The Potential of Food Fortification to Add Micronutrients

The Potential of Food Fortification to Add Micronutrients in Young Children and Women of Reproductive Age – Findings from a Cross-Sectional Survey in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire but to assess the potential of this food vehicle for fortification in urban Côte d’Ivoire.

The Potential of Food Fortification to Add Micronutrients

For vitamin A in oil, the additional percentage of the recommended nutrient intake was 27% and 40% for children 6-23 months and women of reproductive age, respectively, while for iron from wheat flour, only 13% and 19% could be covered.

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An Assessment of the Potential Impact of Fortification of

An Assessment of the Potential Impact of Fortification of Staples and Condiments on Micronutrient Intake of Young Children and Women of Reproductive Age in Bangladesh Magali Leyvraz 1,*, Arnaud Laillou 2, Sabuktagin Rahman 3, Tahmeed Ahmed 3, Ahmed Shafiqur Rahman 3, Nurul Alam 3, Santhia Ireen 3 and Dora Panagides 1

The Potential of Food Fortification to Add Micronutrients

Titre: The Potential of Food Fortification to Add Micronutrients in Young Children and Women of Reproductive Age – Findings from a Cross-Sectional Survey in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.

Assessing Coverage of Population-Based and Targeted

Targeted fortification strategies are designed to reach a particular population group with the use of specific interventions with products that are fortified at amounts required to meet dietary gaps (e.g., complementary foods for infants and young children, foods designed for pregnant and/or lactating women, emergency rations, or point-of-use fortification such as micronutrient powders in which …

Micronutrient Fortification of Food in Southeast Asia

Micronutrient deficiencies remain a significant public health issue in Southeast Asia, particularly in vulnerable populations, such as women of reproductive age and young children.

Food Fortification and Role of Micronutrients in Food Products

This is especially good for children who need them for growth and women of reproductive age to have healthy pregnancies and to supply sufficient nutrients to their babies during lactation. Fortified foods generally add only those levels of micronutrients that would be available from a well balanced diet and so fortifications are as close as possible to “natural” levels.

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An Assessment of the Impact of Fortification of Staples

multiple large scale food fortification of selected staple foods and condiments with multiple micronutrients in Vietnam has the potential to increase iron, folic acid, zinc and vitamin A daily intakes among children among different socioeconomic groups, age groups, and among both urban and rural populations.

Published in: Nutrients · 2012Authors: Arnaud Laillou · Le Bach Mai · Le Thi Hop · Nguyen Cong Khan · Dora Panagides · Fr…About: Micronutrient · Fortification · Malnutrition · Vitamin A deficiency · Developing country

Improvement of the Vietnamese Diet for Women of

Based on food consumption data and median level of consumption, the amounts of iron, folate, zinc and vitamin A provided by the individual food vehicles after fortification to women of reproductive age were calculated (Table 5). Fortified rice could provide 15.5% of the WHO RNI for zinc, 34.1% for folate, and 41.4% for iron (Figure 2). Wheat flour could provide 16.4% of RNI for zinc and 35.9% for folate but …

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CÔTE D’IVOIRE – Food Fortification Initiative

The Potential of Food Fortification to Add Micronutrients in Young Children and Women of Reproductive Age – Findings from a Cross-Sectional Survey in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. The FAO 2013 estimate of 175 g/c/d suggests only 1.48 MMT of rice is available as food in Côte d’Ivoire, while FAO 2013 also reports 1.3 MMT milled domestic

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RESEARCH Open Access Micronutrient fortification of food

The results for fortification in women showed that calcium and vitamin D fortification had significant impacts in the post-menopausal age group. Iron fortification led to a significant increase in serum ferritin and hemoglobin levels in women of reproductive age and pregnant women.

Nutrition goals: Survey to assess success of food

This survey is undertaken to determine the coverage and likely contribution of fortified foods to micronutrient intake among women of reproductive age and children under five.

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Food Fortification as an Approach to Reduce Micronutrient

foods: In Tanzania the district government of Morogoro was the first to va-lidate a by-law that makes food fortification of maize flour mandatory for small and medium size mills. Ghana has established a national standard for voluntarily fortified foods for women of reproductive age (www.obaa-simaghana.com).