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Venky's nutritional supplement

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HYDERABAD: Venky's India Ltd, belonging to the Venkateshwara Hatcheries group, has decided to donate Rs 3 lakh worth of a chicken based nutritional supplement for treatment of persistent diarrhoea in infants.

The nutritional supplement will be distributed free of cost to poor children in Andhra Pradesh.

According to a company press release, Venky's Human Health Division in cooperation with the Department of Pediatrics, KEM Hospital, Pune and the Institute of Child Health, University of Birmingham, UK has developed the product, marketed under the brand name of "Vengain".

The press release stated that in the present context of a viral fever taking a heavy toll of children in Andhra Pradesh, the chicken-based supplement would help them build resistance and effectively ward off the viral attack.

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