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fortify (someone or an animal) (against something) (with something)

to strengthen someone or an animal against something with something. I'll need a cup of hot chocolate to fortify me against the storm. We have to fortify the dogs against the cold with extra food.
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It appears that ferrous sulfate microencapsulate was the best option for fortifying both yogurt and pasteurized liquid milk.
Food fortifying agents market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 16.
According to the authors of this paper in the Lancet, fortifying staple cereal flours with iron could be a cost-effective and sustainable way to improve children's iron status in developing countries.
Fortifying milk with vitamins and minerals decreased the incidence of diarrhea and lower respiratory disease in young children living near New Delhi, India, report researchers from the US and India.
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The announcement comes after a Government report found that fortifying flour - and therefore cakes, biscuits, bread and breakfast cereals - with folic acid could halve the number of babies born with neural tube defects such as spina bifida.
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