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We examined whether folate-fortified maize (FFM) improves the health of rural women of childbearing age and whether the health intervention is associated with the formulation of consumer willingness-to-pay (WTP). A randomized single-blind folate-fortified maize intervention trial was conducted in rural childbearing-aged women. Participants consumed one stalk of either folate-fortified maize (FFM) (treatment group) or ordinary maize (control group) daily for 2 months (n = 55). Serum folatedoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-853253/v1 fatcat:4tvztav2jjf3xkv7z3ippxb2zq