Talking Nutrition Editors
Malnutrition is a prevalent issue worldwide, due to a lack of access to, or affordability of, nutritious and healthy foods. Hidden hunger is a growing issue too – this is where people might be getting enough calories in their diets, but not enough essential micronutrients.
Programs to tackle this widespread problem can consist of education around dietary improvements, food fortification programs, or supplementation.
DSM has been actively involved in tackling vitamin and mineral deficiencies since nutritional interventions began. Now, DSM’s portfolio of finished, consumer-ready supplements includes:
For any nutrition improvement programs aimed at addressing malnutrition, success is reliant on the solution’s ease of use, quality and wider impact for the end consumer. That’s why all of DSM’s solutions are safe, customizable, scientifically proven, affordable and easy to use.
Committed to supporting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal of ending hunger and improving nutrition, DSM’s aim is to work with and across organizations to fill micronutrient gaps in the diets of malnourished individuals around the world. By working together to drive focus towards better and high quality nutrition, organizations and program implementors can help the world’s most vulnerable populations thrive.
DSM’s new video discusses the impact of malnutrition and how organizations across the supply chain can work together to end hunger worldwide. It also gives a detailed overview of the market-ready solutions DSM.