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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Copper
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Percent of population 1 year old and over with adequate intakes based on average requirement for copper from food sources

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Copper Intake Map Wyoming 83.5Wisconsin 86.4Wisconsin 86.4West Virginia 84.7Washington 83.4Virginia 84.6Virginia 84.6Vermont 88.7Utah 87.8Texas   83Texas   83Tennessee 84.5South Dakota 83.5South Carolina 86.7Rhode Island 88.7Rhode Island 88.7Pennsylvania 83.6Oregon 87.2Oklahoma 76.7Ohio 84.9North Dakota 83.5North Carolina 89.3North Carolina 89.3New York 85.3New Mexico 79.4New Jersey 84.5New Hampshire 88.7Nevada 83.5Nebraska 83.5Montana 83.5Missouri 80.6Mississippi 78.7Minnesota 86.3Michigan 81.7Michigan 81.7Massachusetts 88.7Maryland   92Maine 88.7Maine 88.7Louisiana 81.4Kentucky 82.6Kansas 83.5Iowa 83.5Indiana 81.3Illinois 85.3Idaho 83.5Hawaii 87.2Hawaii 87.2Hawaii 87.2Hawaii 87.2Hawaii 87.2Hawaii 87.2Hawaii 87.2Hawaii 87.2Georgia 82.3Florida 84.3District of Columbia 79.2Delaware 84.7Connecticut 88.7Colorado 81.7California 87.9Arkansas   81Arizona 84.2Alaska 87.2Alabama 82.6
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Alabama 82.6
Alaska 87.2
Arizona 84.2
Arkansas 81.0
California 87.9
Colorado 81.7
Connecticut 88.7
Delaware 84.7
District of Columbia 79.2
Florida 84.3
Georgia 82.3
Hawaii 87.2
Idaho 83.5
Illinois 85.3
Indiana 81.3
Iowa 83.5
Kansas 83.5
Kentucky 82.6
Louisiana 81.4
Maine 88.7
Maryland 92.0
Massachusetts 88.7
Michigan 81.7
Minnesota 86.3
Mississippi 78.7
Missouri 80.6
Montana 83.5
Nebraska 83.5
Nevada 83.5
New Hampshire 88.7
New Jersey 84.5
New Mexico 79.4
New York 85.3
North Carolina 89.3
North Dakota 83.5
Ohio 84.9
Oklahoma 76.7
Oregon 87.2
Pennsylvania 83.6
Rhode Island 88.7
South Carolina 86.7
South Dakota 83.5
Tennessee 84.5
Texas 83.0
Utah 87.8
Vermont 88.7
Virginia 84.6
Washington 83.4
West Virginia 84.7
Wisconsin 86.4
Wyoming 83.5

Last Modified: 7/30/2009
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