Malnutrition

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Bill Gates: ‘Probiotics key to solving malnutrition’

By Will Chu

Probiotics could be key in addressing malnutrition, according to Bill Gates, who calls the nutritional imbalances affecting around 200 million children under five ‘the greatest health inequity in the world.’

Malnutrition must be conquered, say FAO

Malnutrition must be conquered, say FAO

By Emma Jane Cash

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has called upon both companies and consumers to work towards ending malnutrition in all forms.

The company rose 40 places since its Change the World debut last year.

DSM takes second spot on Fortune’s Change the World list

By Gary Scattergood

DSM has placed second on Fortune Magazine’s third annual Change the World list, which this year recognises 56 companies that have had a positive social impact through activities that are part of their core business strategies.

'A lot of people only think of the social cost, that it's socially and morally unacceptable for people to be obese or malnourished. But in my view the economic impact is very important too,' says FAO economist. ©iStock/ajcabeza

The €3.3 trillion cost of malnutrition inaction

By Annie Harrison-Dunn

Economic impact assessments for malnutrition are helping present a “convincing argument” for nutrition investment, says a top economist from the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

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