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Fresh food vouchers (FFV) are increasingly being used to complement other humanitarian interventions, both food security and nutrition, that aim to maintain or improve nutritional status in emergencies.
To prevent malnutrition, fresh food vouchers have been used alongside cash and in-kind interventions that aim to provide access to staple foods, as a tool to ensure access to fresh foods that might not otherwise be provided or purchased.