Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) helps break down energy in carbohydrates, and helps the health of skin and hair, eyes, and nerves. The best source of riboflavin is in diary products, but it is also found in grains, cereals, meat, and fish.
- Helps release food energy
- Good for skin and eyes
- Good for nervous system
Top Fruit & Vegetables For Vitamin B2
Please note that not all these fruit and vegetables are grown in the UK under normal conditions. Where possible, links to UK varieties are provided.
The ranking is based on how much vitamin B2 is contained in a 100 g raw portion of the fruit or vegetable, converted to a percentage of the Recommended Daily Allowance*.
*The nutritional information has been compiled from information freely available and published by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the European Food Information Council (EUFIC). The information is given for comparison purposes only, and is not intended as dietary or medical advice. Please see my disclaimer for further information.