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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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

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Riboflavin Intake MapWyoming 90.2Wisconsin 90.8Wisconsin 90.8West Virginia 88.1Washington 88.7Virginia 90.1Virginia 90.1Vermont 93.6Utah 91.8Texas 88.8Texas 88.8Tennessee 88.3South Dakota 92South Carolina 88.4Rhode Island 93.6Rhode Island 93.6Pennsylvania 90.2Oregon 90.3Oklahoma 82Ohio 86.7North Dakota 92North Carolina 89North Carolina 89New York 90.3New Mexico 84.7New Jersey 90.3New Hampshire 93.6Nevada 90.2Nebraska 92Montana 90.2Missouri 89.4Mississippi 83.8Minnesota 94.5Michigan 89.9Michigan 89.9Massachusetts 93.6Maryland 91.9Maine 93.6Maine 93.6Louisiana 84.2Kentucky 86.8Kansas 92Iowa 92Indiana 88.1Illinois 89.9Idaho 90.2Hawaii 90.3Hawaii 90.3Hawaii 90.3Hawaii 90.3Hawaii 90.3Hawaii 90.3Hawaii 90.3Hawaii 90.3Georgia 86.2Florida 88.1District of Columbia 80.5Delaware 88.1Connecticut 93.6Colorado 92.5California 90.6Arkansas 86.1Arizona 89Alaska 90.3Alabama 86.8
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Alabama 86.8
Alaska90.3
Arizona89.0
Arkansas86.1
California90.6
Colorado92.5
Connecticut93.6
Delaware88.1
District of Columbia80.5
Florida88.1
Georgia86.2
Hawaii90.3
Idaho90.2
Illinois89.9
Indiana88.1
Iowa92.0
Kansas92.0
Kentucky86.8
Louisiana84.2
Maine93.6
Maryland91.9
Massachusetts93.6
Michigan89.9
Minnesota94.5
Mississippi83.8
Missouri 89.4
Montana90.2
Nebraska92.0
Nevada90.2
New Hampshire93.6
New Jersey90.3
New Mexico84.7
New York90.3
North Carolina89.0
North Dakota92.0
Ohio86.7
Oklahoma82.0
Oregon90.3
Pennsylvania90.2
Rhode Island93.6
South Carolina88.4
South Dakota92.0
Tennessee88.3
Texas88.8
Utah91.8
Vermont93.6
Virginia90.1
Washington88.7
West Virginia88.1
Wisconsin90.8
Wyoming90.2

Last Modified: 8/13/2016
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