Vitamin D deficiency is prevalent throughout Asia, especially in developing countries. With supplements and fortified foods in abundance, how else can manufacturers better improve consumers’ health? By Natasha Telles D’Costa, director, visionary science practice: chemicals, materials, and foods—APAC, Frost & Sullivan

Recent studies in vitamin d have uncovered numerous benefits of the vitamin, which can be fortified in foods to help consumers meet recommended intakes. By Farah Nazurah

Vitamin D deficiency is common around the world, and manufacturers can do more by fortifying common foods to make it easier for consumers to meet their daily intake. By Sarah Zimmerman, communications coordinator, food fortification initiative

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