This interactive map displays the proportion of the country’s population that reportedly eats the fortified food vehicle in question. Where available, coverage of that fortified food is compared to the total population (all households) as well as only to households that report using that food (households with food). This distinction is important since households that do not use a food cannot be considered potential beneficiaries if that food is fortified. See also the GFDx indicator “Population Coverage of Food Vehicle” under the “Context for Fortified Food Vehicle Coverage in the Population” visualization. For example, if they are primarily cassava eating, fortification of wheat flour may not benefit them. Including those households in a denominator reduces the estimated coverage, and impacts a program manager’s interpretation of a program’s coverage. The map only displays coverage data for countries with mandatory or voluntary fortification of the selected food vehicle. Mandatory or voluntary fortification of the selected food vehicle is no or unknown for the countries in grey. Hover the map to see more details on population coverage. You may filter by income status, geographic region, country, year, food vehicle, and coverage type. Country classifications of income status and region are from the World Bank and UN, respectively.