Manganese, Mn Rich Foods

(based on levels per 100-gram serving)

Find foods that are highest and lowest in these nutrients.

(based on levels per 100-gram serving).
3Spices, cloves, ground (60.127mg)
9Spices, saffron (28.408mg)
10Spices, cardamom (28mg)
13Spices, cinnamon, ground (17.466mg)
17Rice bran, crude (14.21mg)
18Wheat germ, crude (13.301mg)
19Spices, pepper, black (12.753mg)
21Wheat bran, crude (11.5mg)
22Spearmint, dried (11.482mg)
25Teff, uncooked (9.24mg)
26Nuts, pine nuts, dried (8.802mg)
28Spices, bay leaf (8.167mg)
31Spices, thyme, dried (7.867mg)
34Spices, celery seed (7.567mg)
39Spices, poppy seed (6.707mg)
40Fireweed, leaves, raw (6.704mg)
42Spices, fennel seed (6.533mg)
48Rye flour, dark (6.062mg)
51Oat bran, raw (5.63mg)
56Cereals, WHEATENA, dry (5.262mg)
63Oats (4.916mg)
67Nuts, pecans (4.5mg)
70Sugars, maple (4.422mg)
71Wheat, soft red winter (4.391mg)
79Spices, curry powder (4.289mg)
81Peanut flour, low fat (4.231mg)
91Wheat, hard red spring (4.055mg)
94Rice flour, brown (4.013mg)
95Wheat, hard red winter (3.985mg)

Data source: USDA Nutrient Database, R22

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