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fnri goldilocksFrom Left: Ms. Katrina Aynrand C. Aseoche, Goldilocks Marketing Officer, Ms. Ma. Rosario C. Caluya, Goldilocks Marketing Director, DOST Secretary Mario G. Montejo, Dr. Mario V. Capanzana, FNRI-DOST

The Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Department of Science and Technology and Goldilocks Bakeshop, Inc partnered in promoting the Pinggang Pinoy through the development of Sarap Pinggang Pinoy Meals. The launching of FNRI/DOST- Goldilocks Bakeshop, Inc. partnership for Sarap Pinggang Pinoy Meals was held on July 25, 2015 during the Health and Nutrition Cluster Forum, National Science and Technology Week (NSTW) at SMX, Mall of Asia.

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The Malnutrition Reduction Program (MRP) of the DOST-FNRI addresses the undernutrition problem among young children. The DOST PINOY strategy under the MRP is a package of intervention which involves direct feeding of rice-mongo based complementary foods for 6 months to below 3 years old children and nutrition education among mothers and caregivers. The complementary food technology and the intervention strategy is being rolled-out to the countryside as part of the solutions to the malnutrition problem among our Filipino young children.

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The Food and Nutrition Research Institute of the Department of Science Technology (FNRIDOST) conducted a series of successful advocacy meetings on DOST PINOY intervention strategy and stabilized brown rice among stakeholders in Bayawan and Dumaguete City on January 29 and 30, 2015.

The advocacy meetings were organized by the Technology Trasnfer and Commercialization Section (TTCS) headed by Engr. Rosemarie G. Garcia of the Technology Diffusion and S&T Services Division (TDSTSD) of the FNRI. This is in coordination with the DOST-Negros Oriental office.

The DOST PINOY intervention strategy is one of the two components of the Malnutrition Reduction Program (MRP). The acronym PINOY stands for the Package for the improvement of Nutrition of Young Children. This intervention strategy is a combination of 120 days feeding of complementary food blend developed by the FNRI among 6 to 36 months old malnourished children and conduct of nutrition education during mothers/caregivers of the malnourished children using the DOST PINOY modules.

National Nutrition Summit

6th National Nutrition Survey

The 6th National Nutrition Survey Results
(The 2nd Dr. Condrado Pascual Memorial Lecture)

Dietary Changes and Health Implications:
An Emerging DOUBLE BURDEN of Under and Over Nutrition

How Well-Nourished are the Filipino School-Aged Children?

The Current State Of Nutrition in the Philippines (Children in Focus)

Nutrition and Health Status of Filipino Adults
(an Excerpts from the National Nutrition Health Survey)

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