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DSM Launches Ground-Breaking New Publication, The Road to Good Nutrition, at 20th International Congress of Nutrition

Published Mon. 16.09.2013

Part of DSM and Sight and Life’s Vitamins in Motion campaign, this new book brings together experience and insights of globally recognized experts in the field to forge collective action on malnutrition. The book is a snapshot of the current thinking on the global challenge of malnutrition, intended to accelerate progress toward a world where everyone receives the food and nutrition they need to be healthy and well nourished.

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