The first season of testing on a newly developed variety of wheat bio-fortified with more iron has yielded positive results, showing double the amount of iron in the white flour. The research, conducted by scientists at the John Innes Centre, focuses on iron deficiency anemia, a global health problem that particularly affects women and girls.
Success seen in initial trials of iron-boosting GM wheat
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