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Table 1 Nutritional composition of fortified foods

From: Effectiveness of the National Program of Complementary Feeding for older adults in Chile on vitamin B12 status in older adults; secondary outcome analysis from the CENEX Study (ISRCTN48153354)

  Cream soup Milk drink
Nutrient content per serving 100 g 1 SERVING (50 g) 100 g 1 SERVING (25 g)
% RDA* % RDA*
Energy Kcal 400.0 kcal - 400.0 -
Protein g 13.0 - 18.0 -
lipids g 11.0 - 10.0 -
linoleic acid g -   1.8 -
Carbo-hydrates g 62.3 - 59.5 -
Total dietary fiber g 6.2 - 1.0 -
VITAMINS     
Vitamin A (ug RE)1 240.0 15 800.0 25
Vitamin D (ug)2 1.5 15 16.0 80
Vitamin E (mg TE)3 4.0 20 32.0 40
Vitamin C (mg) 30.0 25 180.0 75
Vitamin B1 (mg) 0.35 12.5 0.8 14
Vitamin B2 (mg) 0.40 12.5 1.6 25
Niacin (mg) NE4 4.5 12.5 10.0 14
Vitamin B6 (mg) 1.0 25 1.6 20
Folate (ug) 100.0 25 80.0 10
Vitamin B12 (ug) 1.4 25 2.8 70
MINERALS     
Calcium (mg) 400.0 25 1000.0 31
Phosphorus (mg) 400.0 25 800.0 25
Magnesium (mg) 150.0 25 300.0 25
Iron (mg) 5.0 25 5.6 10
Zinc (mg) 6.0 25 12.0 20
  1. *% of Recommended Daily Allowance per the Food Code 1 ug RE = ug retinol equivalent; 2 ug = ug of cholecalciferol; 3 mg TE = mg tocopherol equivalent; 4 mg NE = mg niacin equivalent.
  2. Quantities expressed per 100 g dry product and per product serving [12].