Since June, MANA has been in partnership with SANA, a project developed by Guatemalan Vice President Dr. Rafael Espada to improve the quality of life for millions of rural children, providing ready-to-use therapeutic food in the areas SANA reaches. As Guatemala receives shipments of MANA, the...

Beginning the week of June 18, severely malnourished kids in need of RUTF in Guatemala will be fed! Mana is pleased to announce our partnership with SANA, a project developed by Guatemalan Vice President Dr. Rafael Espada to improve the quality of life for the...

On Wednesday, May 4, MANA hosted a grand opening and ribbon cutting by the Fitzgerald, GA Chamber of Commerce.  Over 100 guests from around the country (and continent!) were in attendance for tours of the U.S. Production facility, tastings of our RUTF paste, and an...

Here's the concluding paragraph: The efficacy of RUTF in the treatment of severe acute malnutrition throughout sub-Saharan Africa is well documented. The quantitative results for weight and MUAC gains achieved during this study are consistent with results reported in similar studies, demonstrating the efficacy of MANA’s...

At the conclusion of six weeks of treatment for fourteen children in Rwaza, we documented an average weight gain of 19% and MUAC (middle upper arm circumference) gain of 16%, based on starting measurements. Eleven of the fourteen children recovered from severe acute malnutrition when...

Mark Moore is the co-founder and CEO of MANA. He writes and speaks an equal volume of insights on an hourly basis. I started a "MANA fast" the other day to follow rule number one of any good CEO:  Support your own product.  If you...

Ever wonder what makes MANA think we can use terms like"eradicate" when referring to severe acute malnutrition?  Here's why I defend the ambition, however impossibly bold - or even "nauseating" -  it may seem: The Carter Center Task Force for disease Eradication is an effort for...

Bret Raymond - Country Director for our Rwanda operations - and his family were highlighted in a recent Arkansas Democrat Gazette article. Read it here! Photos were taken by David Johnson of Silent Images....