This interactive map displays the amount (in metric tons) or percentage of industrially processed foods that is fortified. For countries with total production quantities from compliant food producers and importers available, you can see estimates of the quantity or proportion of processed foods that meet minimum fortification standards. For countries without total production quantities available, but food market or household data available, you can see estimates of the quantity or proportion of processed foods that are fortified according to the standard or at any level. Hover over a country to see more details on the type of data (production, market, or household level) used for these estimates. Depending on the data source, the color of each country reflects the quantity of food (metric tons or percentage) that complied with the country’s standards or was fortified at any level. You may filter by income status, geographic region, country, year, food vehicle, and unit (amount or percentage). Country classifications of income status and region are from the World Bank and UN, respectively.