It's been fueling kids in lunchrooms all over America for decades. In the 21st century, a fortified version was developed to treat severely malnourished children. Now that enriched, high-calorie mixture is being tested in smaller doses to see if it can prevent malnutrition altogether.
We're always looking to develop long-term solutions to food access problems, but could this help malnourished kids in the meantime? Get the whole story from NPR.
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