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Fortified Food in Third World Countries
In America we guzzle thousands of cans of beverages (or crunch on special nutritional bars) labeled "complete meal replacements." The idea is generally to lose weight. The very same science behind meal replacement informs the production of fortified foods used in parts of the third world, where the idea is to thwart the specters of starvation and malnutrition. We're discussing food science, fortified foods, and nourishment for the world with BYU professors Michael Dunn and Frost Steele from the department of Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science.—Original airdate: 7/30/2009

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