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Royal DSM Partners With Other Organizations To Provide Nutrition Interventions

June 8, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Dutch life sciences company Royal DSM says it will help provide nutrition interventions to 50 million children under the age of two, as well as pregnant and lactating women, by 2020. The company expects to reach these people through existing public-private partnerships with the World Food Programme, Vitamin Angels and World Vision International. According to the company, two billion people globally do not receive the necessary levels of vitamins and minerals that allow them to develop to their full mental and physical potential.
"DSM to contribute to new 2020 global nutrition target", News release, Royal DSM, June 08, 2013, © Koninklijke DSM N.V.
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