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Tackling 'hidden hunger' in Singapore

Rice is a staple food for millions of people around the world who eat it every day. But for some, the rice itself is virtually their only food - leaving them deficient in essential nutrients.

The result is called "hidden hunger" and it's acute in many developing countries.

Now it's also been highlighted as a problem among many migrant construction workers in Singapore. Charlotte Glennie has more.

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