In the ORIGINAL CONTRIBUTION "Screening and Prevention of Nutritional Anemia During Infancy: A Prospective Study of Food Fortification," published in the Sept 22 issue of The Journal (240:1362-1365, 1978), under "Methods" (p 1362, columns 2 and 3), group 3 was not identified, and group 2 incorrectly included a partial description of group 3. The groups should read as follows:
Evaporated milk provided for the first three months. Thereafter, semiweekly home delivery for one year of iron-fortified whole milk (10 mg elemental iron/liter, in the form of ferric ammonium citrate).
Evaporated milk and iron-fortified corn syrup provided for three months (1 mg elemental iron/5 ml corn syrup, in the form of ferric ammonium citrate). Redeemable coupons for dry, precooked iron-fortified cereal were issued from age 1 month through 1 year. Before the summer of 1974, 14 g of dry cereal contained 14.2 mg of elemental iron, and