December 31, 2013
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Do you think golden rice or genetically engineered crops in general could represent a solution for vitamin A deficiency?

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Golden Rice can effectively address vitamin A deficiency

Golden rice is a new type of rice that contains beta carotene, a source of vitamin A, and could help to reduce vitamin A deficiency. The International Rice Research Institute is working with leading nutrition and agricultural research organizations to develop and evaluate golden rice as a potential new way to reduce vitamin A deficiency. Get whole story