Providing micronutrients to fight malnutrition was ranked number two among the factors having the highest impact on solving the world’s greatest challenges by a panel of internationally renowned economic experts in
the Copenhagen Consensus 2004. This encourages us to be at the forefront when it comes to improving the nutrition and health of children and mothers in developing countries. We cannot accept that one billion children
are malnourished and live in poverty, and that more than ten million children under the age of five years still die every year of diarrhea, pneumonia, measles, malaria and AIDS. Many of these fatalities could be prevented by
an optimal supply of vitamins and minerals.
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