School 'superfood' project aims to curb malnutrition (2:27)
May 15 - The potential of algae to feed the hungry is being turned into reality by students at a high school In Tel Aviv. The students are developing a system to convert highly nutritious spirulina alga into powder for distribution in poor African communities. While spirulina won't stave off hunger, it can prevent malnutrition, a leading cause of childhood deaths throughout the developing world. Jim Drury reports. ( Transcript )
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