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fortified

 [for´tĭ-fīd]
containing nutrients that have been artificially added to foods that do not naturally contain them, such as milk fortified with vitamin D.
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Globally with huge demand for healthy fortified energy bar, this market will continue to grow, due to increasing health awareness in recent years.
Consumer Reports has more on the potential dangers of fortified foods.
"IBHS worked closely with state and local leaders, as well as the project's developers, on ensuring these new structures at Gulf State Park were built to incorporate specially designed FORTIFIED Commercial standards and best building practices so they are more resilient from the risks of property damage caused by hurricanes and other wind-driven severe weather events," said Chuck Miccolis, vice president, commercial lines, IBHS.
The market information will be vital to gauge the quality of products and services and identify gaps in food system and there is inadequate information on the coverage and consumption of fortified staple foods in Pakistan.
For vitamin D, take eggs, fortified milk and get 10 to 15 minutes of sun exposure daily in the summer.
Pakistan mandated by legislation in 1965, that all edible oils should be fortified with vitamin A.
Farinograph parameters of the dough behaviour of the control bread and breads fortified with skim milk and egg shell and oyster shell powders are illustrated in Table 2.
He said a campaign was essential for creating awareness among the people for use of fortified
The control milk and the milk fortified with ferrous lactate showed no significant differences in taste.
As a result, Ballen observed, "IBHS developed the voluntary, market-based Fortified Home program, which is a set of engineering and building standards designed to help strengthen new and existing homes through upgrades to minimum code requirements that can reduce damage from specific natural hazards."