U.S. RDA of Vitamin A - 5,000 IU
Produce OASIS makes it easy to discover which fruits & vegetables are the best sources of Vitamin A to meet your nutritional needs!
Use this section to match your need for Vitamin A to your favorite fruits and vegetables. For example, if you don't like Butternut Squash, you will find that Mangos and Watermelon also contain Vitamin A.
As you navigate through the nutritional section, the percentage categories for Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of various Vitamins and minerals are as follows:
- 100% or more = Provided for informational purpose only
- 40% to 99% = Excellent source
- 25% to 39% = Good source
- 10% to 24% = Significant source
Fruits & vegetables that contain 100% or more of the U.S. RDA of Vitamin A per serving:
Fruits and vegetables that contain 40% - 99% of the U.S. RDA of Vitamin A per serving:
Fruits and vegetables that contain 25% - 39% of the U.S. RDA of Vitamin A per serving:
Fruits and vegetables that contain 10% - 24% of the U.S. RDA of Vitamin A per serving:
More Produce Nutrional Information
Source: Produce Marketing Association. The
produce items have been grouped under headings which correspond to definitions
provided formally and informally by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
The percentages are measurements of the U.S. Recommended Daily Allowance
(U.S. RDA), which is listed after each nutrient heading. Please note: When
PMA research was not available, nutrient values were taken from the U.S.
Department of Agriculture's Handbook 8.