Beyond food security: Indonesia urged to increase food diversity and fortification to prevent nutritional crisis

04 December 2020

A new report commissioned by the United Nations (UN) has urged the Indonesian government to increase its focus on food diversity and nutrient fortification within the local food supply to combat rising nutrition-related issues such as obesity and anaemia.


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