Filipino entrepreneurs adopt enhanced Nutribun technology

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Enhanced Nutribun Technology
The enhanced Nutribun is more nutritious, delicious, and softer than the original bread popular in the 1970s.

Filipino entrepreneurs are adopting the enhanced Nutribun technology developed by the Department of Science and Technology’s Food and Nutrition Research Institute (DOST-FNRI).

Prospective technology adoptors in Region 4A or CALABARZON joined the latest batch of participants of the Virtual Technology Commercialization of Enhanced Nutribun Forum conducted by the DOST-FNRI on September 8, 2020.

Intended for micro, small, and medium entrepreneurs (MSMEs) in CALABARZON, the technology forum presented the DOST-FNRI’s programs, projects and services, technology profile of Enhanced Nutribun, and the technology transfer and commercialization procedures.

The original Nutribun was reformulated by DOST-FNRI to make it more nutritious, delicious and softer.

Infusing innovative technology, the Enhanced Nutribun has become richer in energy, protein and micronutrients commonly deficient among malnourished young school children.

The Enhanced Nutribun developed by the DOST-FNRI is an innovative solution to help curb malnutrition in the country.

This innovative food product can be a convenient and nutritious alternative and supplement to hot meals previously served by the Department of Education’s (DepEd) school feeding program and can be included in the food packs distributed by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD).

In compliance with the minimum health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the DOST-FNRI food products are also easier to distribute directly to households of preschool and school children to minimize physical contact among large groups of people that is typical in feeding programs and food pack distribution in centers.

The nationwide roll-out of Enhanced Nutribun also aims to provide livelihood opportunities to bakery workers, farmers as sources of raw materials like squash, and other related suppliers and service providers.

DOST-developed food technologies have been introduced to MIMAROPA MSMEs to help them cope with the pandemic.

DOST also conducted safety training for food handlers of the Virgin Coconut Oil for COVID 19 treatment trials in the Philippines.

SEND CHEERS in the comments below to Filipino entrepreneurs continuing their businesses by adopting the enhanced Nutribun technology of DOST.

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