How Nestle plans to beat iron deficiency


With the rights to a new food technology, Nestle wants to address a nutritional issue that affects hundreds of millions of women worldwide.

Nestle has acquired the rights to Ferri Pro, which developers say can fortify foods and beverages with iron without compromising taste. The protein-iron complex was created by scientists at the Riddet Institute Center of Research Excellence at Massey University in New Zealand.

Researchers who developed the technology say 1.6 billion people deal with iron-deficiency…

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