[W]e know that if we can get better micronutrients and get better total nutrition into kids in particular, we know that we can save many, many, many lives, and we know that we can do that in a more cost-effective way. Similarly, we know having healthier populations can contribute to food production and improved economic outcomes that then lead to improved nutrition. So it works in both directions, and we’re committed to making that link a productive one.
That’s Rajiv Shah, head of USAID, in an article in Nature Medicine, noted and linked by our friend Jess. Only one question remains: where you going to source the micronutrients, Rajiv?