Food fortification helps to reducing malnutrition.Malnutrition has always been a major problem in India, and even today, many years after independence, our condition is not satisfactory but worrying in terms of nutrition. Malnutrition is not just limited to statistics but is a vital necessity of human life and hence our preference should be not only to provide food to the children but also to give them balanced and nourishing food.
We are all of those fortunate people who have not found anyone special to suffer from malnutrition in our families, but we know that malnutrition is not allowing the lives to develop of many innocent children in India. In such a situation, we should also help such people at our level as much as possible.
There are many discussions in the Commission regarding the reduction of malnutrition through the process of food fortification. Through this process, nutritional deficiency is removed by increasing the number of micronutrients in foods. It is expected that the process of food fortification should have good results. It is believed that this is a progressive process to end the problem of malnutrition in India if the corruption will stay away from it. This responsibility should be with each family along with the country.