Further Reading

Backstrand J (2002) The history and future of food fortification in the United States: a public health perspective. Nutrition Reviews 60: 15-26.

Bouis HE (2003) Micronutrient fortification of plants through plant breeding: can it improve nutrition in man at low cost? Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 62(2): 403-411.

Calvo MS and Whiting SJ (2003) Prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency in Canada and the United States: importance to health status and efficacy of current food fortification and dietary supplement use. Nutrition Reviews 61(3): 107-113.

Chavasit V and Nopburabutr P (2003) Combating iodine and iron deficiencies through the double fortification of fish sauce, mixed fish sauce, and salt brine. Food and Nutrition Bulletin 24(2): 200-207.

Dary O and Mora JO (2002) Food fortification to reduce vitamin A deficiency: International Vitamin A Consultative Group recommendations. Journal of Nutrition 132(supplement 9): 2927S-2933S.

Delange FM (2003) Control of iodine deficiency in Western and Central Europe. Central Europe Journal of Public Health 11(3): 120-123.

Fairweather-Tait SJ and Teucher B (2002) Iron and calcium bio-availability of fortified foods and dietary supplements. Nutrition Review 60(11): 360-367.

Johnson-Down L, L'Abbe MR, Lee NS, and Gray-Donald K (2003) Appropriate calcium fortification of the food supply presents a challenge. Journal of Nutrition 133(7): 2232-2238.

Lutter CK and Dewey KG (2003) Proposed nutrient composition for fortified complementary foods. Journal of Nutrition 133(9): 3011S-3020S.

Lynch S (2002) Food iron absorption and its importance for the design of food fortification strategies. Nutrition Reviews 60: S3-S6.

Meltzer HM, Aro A, Andersen NL, Koch B, and Alexander J (2003) Risk analysis applied to food fortification. Public Health and Nutrition 6(3): 281-291.

Penniston KL and Tanumihardjo SA (2003) Vitamin A in dietary supplements and fortified food: too much of a good thing? Journal of the American Dietetic Association 103(9): 1185-1187.

Quinlivan EP and Gregory JK 3rd (2003) Effect of food fortification on folic acid intake in the United States. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 77(1): 8-9.

Rosado JL (2003) Zinc and copper: proposed fortification levels and recommended zinc compounds. Journal of Nutrition 133(9): 2985S-2989S.

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