Someday, we hope scientists, economists, and politicians will solve the problem of world hunger.
Until then, there’s MANA.
We often use the words hunger and malnutrition interchangeably. It’s helpful to think of malnutrition as the clinical result of long term, unsatiated hunger. This is especially true of children, whose growing bodies are much more susceptible to becoming malnourished than adults. When malnutrition takes hold, children digress along a spectrum, with dire consequences along the way. Because malnutrition attacks in stages, we counter it with a range of products. Some products are designed to treat the most severe cases, while others are meant to prevent or simply give moderately malnourished kids the boost they need.