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- Biofortified β-carotene rice improves vitamin A intake and reduces the prevalence of inadequacy among women and young children in a simulated analysis in Bangladesh, Indonesia, and the Philippines
- Enhancing Vitamin A Intake in Young Children in Western Kenya: Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potatoes and Women Farmers Can Serve as Key Entry Points:
- Potential of Orange-Fleshed Sweet Potatoes for Raising Vitamin A Intake in Africa
- Retention of Pro-Vitamin A Content in Products from New Biofortified Cassava Varieties.
- Simulation of the Contribution of Beta-carotene Biofortified Rice on Vitamin A Intake among Women and Children in Bangladesh, Indonesia and Philippines
- The research and implementation continuum of biofortified sweet potato and maize in Africa.
- Vitamin A intake and infection are associated with plasma retinol among pre-school children in rural Zambia.
- Vitamin A intakes remain higher among intervention participants 3 years after a biofortification intervention in Mozambique.