List of Foods Rich in Vitamin A

Foods Rich in Vitamin AVitamin A is an essential vitamin that is necessary for good vision, to boost immunity and healthy skin. Its deficiency can lead to reduced vision, frequent viral infections, pale skin and the like. While excessive consumption of this vitamin can lead to dizziness, loss of appetite, hair loss, and because of that, we should know what foods have Vitamin A.

Bellow is presented a list of foods rich in Vitamin A.

1. Richest food with Vitamin A

Product Vitamin A per 100g Product Vitamin A per 100g
Chicken liver 9.66 mg Chicken egg yolk 0.98 mg
Carrots (cooked) 5.00 mg Apricot (fresh) 0.84 mg
Pork liver 4.26 mg Eel (smoked) 0.75 mg
Spinach (cooked) 2.83 mg Eel (fresh) 0.60 mg
Parsley (dry) 2.47 mg Dutch cheese 0.50 mg
Parsley (raw) 2.31 mg Cauliflower (cooked) 0.45 mg
Apricot (dried) 2.23 mg Ementaler 0.44 mg
White bean 2.04 mg Apricot compote, canned 0.41 mg
Beetroot (raw) 2.00 mg Tomato paste 0.36 mg
Corn (raw) 2.00 mg Chicken egg 0.34 mg
Pumpkin 1.74 mg Sour cream with 35% fat 0.33 mg
Chicken egg powder 1.34 mg Tomato (raw) 0.33 mg
Fried Potatoes 1.02 mg Parmesan 0.32 mg
Butter 0.99 mg Tomato (cooked, canned) 0.32 mg
Butter, unsalted (fresh) 0.99 mg Tomato juice 0.32 mg

2. Grains and cereal that contain Vitamin A

Product Vitamin A per 100g Product Vitamin A per 100g
Oatmeal 0.12 mg Candy – cake (average) 0.03 mg
Wheat flour 0.12 mg Apple cake 0.03 mg

 3. Vegetable rich in Vitamin A

Product Vitamin A per 100g Product Vitamin A per 100g
Carrots (cooked) 5.00 mg Peas (cooked) 0.20 mg
Spinach (cooked) 2.83 mg Green beans (cooked) 0.19 mg
Parsley (dry) 2.47 mg Eggplant (raw) 0.18 mg
Parsley (raw) 2.31 mg Beet-root (raw) 0.18 mg
White bean 2.04 mg Lentils (dry) 0.16 mg
Beetroot (raw) 2.00 mg Lettuce 0.15 mg
Corn (raw) 2.00 mg Broccoli (raw) 0.12 mg
Pumpkin 1.74 mg Spinach (raw) 0.09 mg
Fried Potatoes 1.02 mg Artichoke 0.06 mg
Cauliflower (cooked) 0.45 mg Red onions 0.04 mg
Apricot compote, canned 0.41 mg Cauliflower (raw) 0.03 mg
Tomato paste 0.36 mg Dried whole soybean seeds 0.03 mg
Tomato (raw) 0.33 mg Cabbage (raw) 0.02 mg
Tomato (cooked, canned) 0.32 mg Chives (raw) 0.02 mg
Tomato juice 0.32 mg Onion (dry) 0.02 mg
green beans ( raw) 0.20 mg

 4. Fruit rich in Vitamin A

Product Vitamin A per 100g Product Vitamin A per 100g
Apricot (dried) 2.23 mg Raspberries (fresh juice) 0.04 mg
Apricot (fresh) 0.84 mg Currants, red and white 0.04 mg
Apricot (canned) 0.41 mg Pineapple (canned in juice) 0.03 mg
Peaches (fresh) 0.27 mg Figs (dry) 0.03 mg
Peanuts (baked) 0.11 mg Hazelnuts (dry) 0.03 mg
Plums (fresh) 0.11 mg Apple (fresh) 0.03 mg
Gooseberry (fresh) 0.09 mg Grapes (fresh) 0.03 mg
Green olive (fresh) 0.09 mg Almond (dry) 0.02 mg
Black olives (fresh) 0.09 mg Dates (fresh) 0.02 mg
Olives (salty) 0.09 mg Dates (canned) 0.02 mg
Pandied canned plum 0.07 mg Figs (fresh) 0.02 mg
Orange (fresh) 0.06 mg Strawberries (fresh) 0.02 mg
Compote of different fruits 0.05 mg Grapes (dry) 0.02 mg
Raspberries (fresh) 0.05 mg Blueberries (fresh) 0.01 mg
Pineapple (fresh) 0.04 mg Blueberries, canned 0.01 mg

 5. Meat with the most vitamin A

Product Vitamin A per 100g Product Vitamin A per 100g
Pork liver 4.26 mg Beef (half fat) 0.02 mg
Beef tallow 0.30 mg Canned beef 0.02 mg
Beef aitchbone 0.08 mg Beef (half fat) 0.02 mg
Lamb (half fat) 0.03 mg domestic rabbit meat 0.01 mg
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