Austria

Total availability of fruit and vegetables per day

821.05 g

Prevalence of non-communicable diseases

92.20

 %

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RNI = recommended nutrient intake

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RNI

AI = adequate intake

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PRI = population reference intake

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SI = safe intake

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*Consumption values represent the consumption of the specified food group and do not cover the whole of daily nutritional intake.

**Not applicable (The reference value for zinc is dependent on the level of phytate intake.)

***Not applicable

2010
Fruit and fruit products
Consumption values based on following surveys: Austrian Study on Nutritional Status 2010-12 - Children
Subjects: 128

All

698.40 g

Consumption*

Reference value

Ref %

Calcium (mg)

126.84 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

500.00 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

25.37 %

Selenium (µg)

1.01 µg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

17.00 µg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

5.97 %

Magnesium (mg)

98.28 µg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

60.00 µg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

163.80 %

Iron (mg)

3.54 mg

PRI – Source WHO/FAO

7.00 mg

PRI – Source WHO/FAO

50.62 %

Vitamin C (mg)

169.71 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

30.00 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

565.70 %

Thiamin (mg)

0.88 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

0.50 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

176.34 %

Riboflavin (mg)

0.16 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

0.50 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

32.69 %

Niacin (mg)

3.09 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

6.00 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

51.46 %

Vitamin B6 (mg)

0.53 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

0.50 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

106.37 %

Folate (µg)

116.65 µg

n.a.***
n.a.***
Pantothenate (mg)

1.40 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

2.00 mg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

70.17 %

Vitamin A (µg)

43.56 µg

SI – Source WHO/FAO

400.00 mg

SI – Source WHO/FAO

10.89 %

Vitamin E (mg)

1.33 mg

AI – Source WHO/FAO

6.00 mg

AI – Source WHO/FAO

22.25 %

Vitamin K (µg)

55.30 µg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

15.00 µg

RNI – Source WHO/FAO

368.65 %

Potassium (mg)

1,888.44 mg

AI – Source EFSA

800.00 mg

AI – Source EFSA

236.06 %

Phosphorus (mg)

163.85 mg

AI – Source EFSA

250.00 mg

AI – Source EFSA

65.54 %

Copper (mg)

0.25 mg

AI – Source EFSA

0.70 mg

AI – Source EFSA

35.92 %

Manganese (mg)

1.13 mg

AI – Source EFSA

0.50 mg

AI – Source EFSA

225.65 %

Zinc (mg)

0.83 mg

n.a.**
n.a.**
Fiber (g)

5.90 g

AI – Source EFSA

10.00 g

AI – Source EFSA

59.03 %