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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Vitamin C
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Percent of population 1 year old and over with adequate intakes based on average requirement for vitamin C from food sources

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Vitamin C Intake MapWyoming 48.6Wisconsin 48.9Wisconsin 48.9West Virginia 51.2Washington 58.3Virginia 48.3Virginia 48.3Vermont 60.4Utah 50Texas 49.2Texas 49.2Tennessee 45.1South Dakota 47.7South Carolina 56.9Rhode Island 60.4Rhode Island 60.4Pennsylvania 49.9Oregon 58.1Oklahoma 41.2Ohio 54.5North Dakota 47.7North Carolina 60.1North Carolina 60.1New York 51.9New Mexico 51.1New Jersey 51New Hampshire 60.4Nevada 48.6Nebraska 47.7Montana 48.6Missouri 42.9Mississippi 38.4Minnesota 52.4Michigan 48.1Michigan 48.1Massachusetts 60.4Maryland 47.7Maine 60.4Maine 60.4Louisiana 43.3Kentucky 42.8Kansas 47.7Iowa 47.7Indiana 48.8Illinois 60.4Idaho 48.6Hawaii 58.1Hawaii 58.1Hawaii 58.1Hawaii 58.1Hawaii 58.1Hawaii 58.1Hawaii 58.1Hawaii 58.1Georgia 48.1Florida 51.6District of Columbia 53.8Deleware 51.2Connecticut 60.4Colorado 48.8California 58Arkansas 46Arizona 45.9Alaska 58.1Alabama 42.8
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Alabama 42.8
Alaska58.1
Arizona45.9
Arkansas46.0
California58.0
Colorado48.8
Connecticut60.4
Delaware51.2
District of Columbia53.8
Florida51.6
Georgia48.1
Hawaii58.1
Idaho48.6
Illinois60.4
Indiana48.8
Iowa47.7
Kansas47.7
Kentucky42.8
Louisiana43.3
Maine60.4
Maryland47.7
Massachusetts60.4
Michigan48.1
Minnesota52.4
Mississippi38.4
Missouri 42.9
Montana48.6
Nebraska47.7
Nevada48.6
New Hampshire60.4
New Jersey51.0
New Mexico51.1
New York51.9
North Carolina60.1
North Dakota47.7
Ohio54.5
Oklahoma41.2
Oregon58.1
Pennsylvania49.9
Rhode Island60.4
South Carolina56.9
South Dakota47.7
Tennessee45.1
Texas49.2
Utah50.0
Vermont60.4
Virginia48.3
Washington58.3
West Virginia51.2
Wisconsin48.9
Wyoming48.6

Last Modified: 8/13/2016
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