Grow Right Micronutrient Supplement
More than 2 billion people worldwide are affected by malnutrition
To combat these deficiencies, Matthew 25: Ministries is distributing a micronutrient supplement called Grow Right. Grow Right is a groundbreaking supplement developed by world-renowned nutritional chemist Dr. Haile Mehansho. Grow Right contains 15 essential micronutrients, including iron, iodine, and vitamin A. These micronutrients are formulated in a way that allows for maximum absorption, helping the children who drink this product experience drastic improvements in their overall health.
Children taking Grow Right receive significant benefits, which include:
- Improved nutritional status
- Enhanced growth
- Improved school performance
- Enhanced strength & focus
Matthew 25: Ministries is currently distributing Grow Right to approximately 6,000 under- or malnourished children in Haiti.
When the Grow Right team first distributed a sample of the drink to recipients in Haiti, the kids loved it! Tim Mettey, CEO of Matthew 25, recalls, "It tastes very good. The children wanted to get back in line for a second drink."
Recipient locations in Haiti are excited about the improvements they are seeing in the children drinking Grow Right:
“The children love the drink. We have implemented a hand washing routine with its distribution, during their daily meal. The children are looking stronger.” Pastor Bruno Cherenfant, Administrator Faith School & Church Cap Haitien, Haiti
“The program is going very well. The boys say that they feel stronger whenever they drink the juice.” Madame Romain, Site Administrator Good Shepherd Love Orphanage & School Port-au-Prince, Haiti
“The kids enjoy the juice, they are healthier and doing well and they have fewer skin diseases!” Debbie Vanderbeek, Co-director Le Phare/The Beacon Thomaseau, Haiti
Matthew 25: Ministries expects to roll out the Grow Right program to additional locations in the Latin American and Caribbean area in the near future.
View photos from Matthew 25: Ministries' Grow Right distribution trip to Haiti.