Fish ingot provides a whole family with 75 percent of daily required iron intake

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Iron deficiency affects nearly 3.5 billion people worldwide. The condition can lead to anaemia, weakness, impaired cognitive ability and even death, but now a reusable supplement — in the form of a small black fish — could change all that. The Lucky Iron Fish can be added to every cooked meal and will release a small amount of iron with each use, enabling families to get a reliable, daily iron intake. The affordable solution is already being implemented in Cambodia, where almost 50 percent of women and children suffer from anaemia caused predominantly by insufficient iron intake. The Lucky Iron…

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