We love hearing about the creative ways people come together to help us feed hungry kids. This week, we learned about Ariel Norquist's business Fresh Flour in Dayton, TN. Fresh Flour mills whole grains in small batches, yielding fresh flour that is packed with nutrition. The flour...

Excerpt of an article by Matthew DeLuca, originally posted on The Daily Beast. Read the entire article, here. Children pose for the cameras at the Raising Malawi Academy for Girls in Lilongwe, Malawi, April 6, 2010. (Michelly Rall / Getty Images) The first 1,000 days of a child’s life...

Bless Back Worldwide, an organization local to MANA's Matthews office, grew out of the devastation that the catastrophic earthquake brought to Haiti in 2010. What began as a group of 22 doctors, physician's assistants, students, and friends responding to the aftermath, turned into a large...

Article originally published in The Herald-Leader of Fitzgerald, Ben Hill County, Georgia on Wednesday, August 22, 2012 by Sherri Butler.  The U.S. Agency for International Development has announced that MANA Nutrition has won a contract to manufacture 500 metric tons of its Mother Administered Nutritive Aid...

Blog post originally posted on MANA team member, Luke Mysse's blog.  I had an amazing encounter  yesterday with a guy named Elvis while riding my bike on PCH. The story starts back in November of 2011 when I read a post on the Brooks Saddle blog  (Elvis...

  Dear friends & supporters of MANA, Thank you so much for contributing to our matching campaign! In just two weeks, you helped us raise over $10,000! All of your contributions were matched dollar for dollar and will go to our friends at World Vision in the form of...

Dear friends & supporters of MANA, What a journey we've been on! Many of you reading this have been involved with MANA before we even had a story to tell, when making fortified peanut butter was just a dream we had. Thank you for being there...

Photo: R.Redmond/UNHCR Despite early warning systems like FEWS NET, why does it take a full blown crisis for funding to finally come in? "No one can say they did not see last year’s food crisis in East Africa coming; there was almost a year of increasingly strong warnings,...