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Iron deficiency affects
nearly 3.5 billion people worldwide.

In Cambodia, almost half of the population is iron deficient. This preventable condition can lead to anemia, weakness, impaired cognitive ability, compromised physical development in children, and increased risk of illness. It can even lead to death.

But one little fish can change all that.

One little fish is making a big difference.

One Lucky Iron Fish can provide an entire family with up to 75% of their daily iron intake for up to 5 years. All you have to do is cook with it.

It’s a simple, affordable, and effective solution anyone can use.

In Cambodia, we’ve already seen amazing results.

After just 9 months of using the Lucky Iron Fish every day, we saw a 50% decrease in the incidence of clinical iron deficiency anemia, and an increase in users’ iron levels. And people are feeling the difference. That’s why the Lucky Iron Fish has become an integral part of their lives.

And this is just the beginning

Help us put a Fish in every pot

We are dedicated to fighting iron deficiency in Cambodia and all over the world.

The Lucky Iron Fish™ is already helping thousands of people live healthier and more productive lives. With your support, we know we can make iron deficiency a thing of the past.

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