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Publications - our products

Below are reports and publications from clinical trials and acceptability studies carried out on our products. 

UNICEF, 2010. Study on relative efficacy of MMN sprinkles with and without protein concentrate in Improving Iron Status of children in Myanmar.

UNICEF, 2008. Report of the Acceptability Study for Multiple Micronutrient (MMN) Sprinkles with Protein Concentrate (TopNutri) in Pyinmana, Myanmar. 

Chimed-Ochir, O, 2007. Influence of top nutri-multiple micronutrient supplement for nutritional status of stunted children between 12-36 months-old. Thesis for master degree of public health, University of Mongolia with ACF.

ACF, 2005. A study of the acceptability of TopNutri protein, mineral and vitamin concentrate in Dasht-e-Barchi, Kabul, Afghanistan.

WFP, 2004. Improving nutritional and health status of children in Orissa. A DANIDA assisted pilot project implemented by the United Nationas World Food Programme.

MSF Netherlands, 2004. Feasibility and acceptability of food supplementation with TOPNUTRI® for PLWHA in Nchelenge, Zambia.  

Medecins Sans Frontiers Belgium, 2002. BP100 or PlumpyNut? A study in Faryab province, Afghanistan. 

Navarro-Colorado, C & Laquière, S, 2001. Clinical trial of BP100 vs F100 milk for rehabilitation of severe malnutrition. Field Exchange.