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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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

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Zinc Intake MapWyoming 73.2Wisconsin 71Wisconsin 71West Virginia 69.4Washington 71.3Virginia 70.3Virginia 70.3Vermont 75Utah 77.2Texas 70.9Texas 70.9Tennessee 71.7South Dakota 74.7South Carolina 70.3Rhode Island 75Rhode Island 75Pennsylvania 73.2Oregon 71.5Oklahoma 68.4Ohio 68.6North Dakota 74.7North Carolina 74.4North Carolina 74.4New York 68.6New Mexico 71.6New Jersey 70.6New Hampshire 75Nevada 73.2Nebraska 74.7Montana 73.2Missouri 71.6Mississippi 60.9Minnesota 77.7Michigan 69.7Michigan 69.7Massachusetts 75Maryland 74.1Maine 75Maine 75Louisiana 66.1Kentucky 68Kansas 74.7Iowa 74.7Indiana 67.6Illinois 74.1Idaho 73.2Hawaii 71.5Hawaii 71.5Hawaii 71.5Hawaii 71.5Hawaii 71.5Hawaii 71.5Hawaii 71.5Hawaii 71.5Georgia 67.6Florida 69.2District of Columbia 58.9Delaware 69.4Connecticut 75Colorado 70.6California 71.5Arkansas 69.4Arizona 73.8Alaska 71.5Alabama 68
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Alabama 68.0
Alaska71.5
Arizona73.8
Arkansas69.4
California71.5
Colorado70.6
Connecticut75.0
Delaware69.4
District of Columbia58.9
Florida69.2
Georgia67.6
Hawaii71.5
Idaho73.2
Illinois74.1
Indiana67.6
Iowa74.7
Kansas74.7
Kentucky68.0
Louisiana66.1
Maine75.0
Maryland74.1
Massachusetts75.0
Michigan69.7
Minnesota77.7
Mississippi60.9
Missouri 71.6
Montana73.2
Nebraska74.7
Nevada73.2
New Hampshire75.0
New Jersey70.6
New Mexico71.6
New York68.6
North Carolina74.4
North Dakota74.7
Ohio68.6
Oklahoma68.4
Oregon71.5
Pennsylvania73.2
Rhode Island75.0
South Carolina70.3
South Dakota74.7
Tennessee71.7
Texas70.9
Utah77.2
Vermont75.0
Virginia70.3
Washington71.3
West Virginia69.4
Wisconsin71.0
Wyoming73.2

Last Modified: 8/13/2016
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