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November 15, 2019

MIT researchers have developed microparticles that could be used to fortify foods with essential nutrients, reports Tim McDonnell for NPR. The microparticles “could be added into flour, salt, dehydrated soup stock cubes or any mass-produced, granular food as it's being processed in a factory. Each might contain up to four different kinds of nutrients.”

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