This page highlights notable research related to biofortification. For an explanation of the types of research that inform the biofortification evidence base, visit the Marshalling Evidence page.
Biofortification Research Evidence Brief
A summary of nutrition, health, and socio-economic research findings about biofortified crops.
Genomic selection can accelerate the biofortification of spring wheat
High-resolution genome-wide association study pinpoints metal transporter and chelator genes involved in the genetic control of element levels in maize grain
Use of stable isotopes to study bioconversion and bioefficacy of provitamin A carotenoids
Applying Zinc Nutrient Reference Values as Proposed by Different Authorities Results in Large Differences in the Estimated Prevalence of Inadequate Zinc Intake by Young Children and Women and in Cameroon
The halo effect of biofortification claims on taste inference and purchase intention
There is a nutrition-related health crisis in the United Kingdom
New Study Shows Eating Biofortified Cassava Improves Vitamin A Status In Nigerian Children
Zinc Study Indicates Possible Role for Biofortification In Addressing Non-Communicable Diseases
Study Shows Biofortified Maize Improves Vitamin A Content of Breast Milk
Study Finds That More Nutritious Pearl Millet Can Meet Full Iron Needs of Children
Study: Foods Made With Whole-Grain Zinc Maize Lose Only Small Share of Zinc in Processing, Cooking
New Research Shows Benefits of Iron-Biofortified Pearl Millet for Physical Activity in Adolescents
Transition From Targeted Breeding to Mainstreaming of Biofortification Traits in Improvement Programs