Growing Improved Nutrition
Prioritizing the issue of malnutrition and undernourishment
Nutrition central to the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development
Good nutrition is central to the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDGs). It is a vital precondition to achieving many of them, and SDG 2 specifically aims to end all of forms malnutrition by 2030. DSM is fully committed to contributing to SDG 2 ‘Zero Hunger’ and SDG 3, ‘Good Health and Wellbeing’, two of the five SDGs DSM believes our company and businesses can be most influential.
Identified as a topic in DSM’s materiality matrix, DSM has prioritized the issue of malnutrition for over a decade and is an active advocate at global platforms on increased action for improved nutrition.
DSM’s approach to address malnutrition
DSM has unique competencies and decades of experience in the manufacture of vitamins and other nutritional ingredients, the fortification of foods and beverages, and the development of dietary supplements. We leverage our science and technology base, as well as the expertise and commitment of our people, to deliver practical and scalable interventions in the global fight against malnutrition, positively impacting global nutrition, health, and development.
DSM’s Nutrition Improvement team works with its partners to develop and provide high quality, affordable and accessible nutritional products and solutions that fight hidden hunger and have a proven public health impact on populations at risk of, or affected by, malnutrition.
We understand that we cannot do this alone, and therefore work in partnership with many other organizations across the globe. These range from universities through think tanks and non-governmental organizations to government agencies and the private sector.