Could enriched crops be key to improving diets in the wake of Covid-19?

Media: European Scientist

The lengthening queues for food aid around the world, from Kenya’s slums to food banks in the UK, demonstrate the double threat many of the world’s poor face in the Covid-19 pandemic: go out to work and risk catching the virus, or stay in and risk going hungry. Ensuring access to affordable, nutritious foods for these people is more important today than it has ever been to fight malnutrition and avoid rolling back on decades of progress.