Food fortification is a critical public health strategy that involves adding essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients to foods to address nutritional deficiencies and improve overall health. By fortifying staple foods like flour, rice, and salt, this approach has successfully combated various nutrient deficiencies, such as vitamin A, iron, and folic acid, making a substantial impact on global health, particularly in areas with limited access to diverse diets.
Non-conformity in the food industry refers to instances where products or processes fail to meet established standards or regulatory requirements. It can result from various factors, including contamination, mislabeling, or improper handling. Identifying and addressing non-conformities is crucial for food safety, quality assurance, and compliance.
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