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The Food WFP Delivers

Solving hunger isn’t just about providing enough food. It’s about delivering the right kinds of food at the right time with the nutrients people need to survive.

Iron-fortified cereals treat anemia in pregnant and breastfeeding women. Calorie-dense biscuits provide critical energy when cooking facilities are scarce. Tasteless powders contain 16 vitamins and minerals for undernourished babies and young children.

WFP delivers the healthy, nutritious food people need to end their hunger and malnutrition.

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