Figure 3.1.2. Prevalence of Vitamin A deficiency around the world, with colors indicating the percentage of children affected. Many of the areas with "no data" are in fact areas where per-capita incomes are high enough that consumers are assumed to be eating enough animal products and vitamin-A containing vegetables to avoid deficiency. Originally uploaded in Integrate:Teaching for Sustainability:InTeGrate Modules:Future of Food:Student Materials.
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