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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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

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Iron Intake Map Wyoming 88.3Wisconsin 88.8Wisconsin 88.8West Virginia 89.5Washington 87.9Virginia 90.3Virginia 90.3Vermont 92.5Utah 87.7Texas 87.7Texas 87.7Tennessee 87.9South Dakota 91.3South Carolina 87.7Rhode Island 92.5Rhode Island 92.5Pennsylvania 90.1Oregon 91.2Oklahoma 86.1Ohio 90.4North Dakota 91.3North Carolina 90.7North Carolina 90.7New York 89.6New Mexico 87.2New Jersey 89.8New Hampshire 92.5Nevada 88.3Nebraska 91.3Montana 88.3Missouri 90.7Mississippi 84.5Minnesota   92Michigan 89.6Michigan 89.6Massachusetts 92.5Maryland 93.2Maine 92.5Maine 92.5Louisiana   88Kentucky 86.8Kansas 91.3Iowa 91.3Indiana 87.5Illinois 92.4Idaho 88.3Hawaii 91.2Hawaii 91.2Hawaii 91.2Hawaii 91.2Hawaii 91.2Hawaii 91.2Hawaii 91.2Hawaii 91.2Georgia 87.5Florida 89.8District of Columbia 88.9Delaware 89.5Connecticut 92.5Colorado 86.9California 91.8Arkansas 87.3Arizona 91.1Alaska 91.2Alabama 86.8
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Alabama 86.8
Alaska 91.2
Arizona 91.1
Arkansas 87.3
California 91.8
Colorado 86.9
Connecticut 92.5
Delaware 89.5
District of Columbia 88.9
Florida 89.8
Georgia 87.5
Hawaii 91.2
Idaho 88.3
Illinois 92.4
Indiana 87.5
Iowa 91.3
Kansas 91.3
Kentucky 86.8
Louisiana 88.0
Maine 92.5
Maryland 93.2
Massachusetts 92.5
Michigan 89.6
Minnesota 92.0
Mississippi 84.5
Missouri 90.7
Montana 88.3
Nebraska 91.3
Nevada 88.3
New Hampshire 92.5
New Jersey 89.8
New Mexico 87.2
New York 89.6
North Carolina 90.7
North Dakota 91.3
Ohio 90.4
Oklahoma 86.1
Oregon 91.2
Pennsylvania 90.1
Rhode Island 92.5
South Carolina 87.7
South Dakota 91.3
Tennessee 87.9
Texas 87.7
Utah 87.7
Vermont 92.5
Virginia 90.3
Washington 87.9
West Virginia 89.5
Wisconsin 88.8
Wyoming 88.3

Last Modified: 7/31/2009