Vitamin B5 In Fruit & Vegetables

Vitamin B5 In Fruit & Vegetables

Alongside other B vitamins, vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) helps metabolise foods. It may also help the body fight infections.

Pantothenic acid is widely found across many food groups.

Allotment Picks

Vegetables High In Vitamin B5

  1. Broad Beans
  2. Sweetcorn
  3. Garlic
  4. Broccoli

Fruit High In Vitamin B5

Only available in small amounts in some fruit.

All Fruit & Veg

All Fruit & Vegetables

(100g raw = % Recommeded Daily Allowance*)

  1. Mushrooms (White) (25%)
  2. Avocado (23%)
  3. Butter Beans (Beans Without Pods) (23%)
  4. Broad Beans (Beans Without Pods) (16%)
  5. Sweet Potato (13%)
  6. Sweetcorn (12%)
  7. Cauliflower (11%)
  8. Garlic (10%)
  9. Broccoli (10%)
  10. Parsnip (10%)
  11. Jerusalem Artichoke (7%)
  12. Rocket (7%)
  13. Blackcurrants (7%)
  14. Globe Artichoke (6%)
  15. Celeriac (6%)
  16. Pomegranate (6%)
  17. Salsify (6%)
  18. Banana (6%)
  19. Carrots (5%)
  20. Pumpkin (5%)
  21. Raspberries (5%)
  22. Figs (5%)
  23. Asparagus (5%)
  24. Gooseberries (5%)
  25. Aubergine (Egg Plant) (5%)
  26. Cranberries (5%)
  27. Shallots (5%)
  28. Coconut (5%)
  29. Blackberries (5%)
  30. Brussels Sprouts (5%)
  31. New Zealand Spinach (5%)
  32. Grapefruit (5%)
  33. Pepper (Red Sweet) (5%)
  34. Potato (5%)
  35. Mandarin (4%)
  36. Orange (4%)
  37. Pineapple (4%)
  38. Celery (4%)
  39. Mustard (Green) (4%)
  40. Apricot (4%)
  41. Loganberries (4%)
  42. Cress (4%)
  43. Cucumber (4%)
  44. Cabbage (4%)
  45. Lime (4%)
  46. French Beans (4%)
  47. Boysenberries (4%)
  48. Turnip (3%)
  49. Cherries (Sweet) (3%)
  50. Radish (3%)
  51. Winter Squash (3%)
  52. Kohl Rabi (3%)
  53. Chard (3%)
  54. Beetroot (3%)
  55. Chilli (Red Hot) (3%)
  56. Kiwi Fruit (3%)
  57. Courgette / Marrow (3%)
  58. Melon (Honeydew) (3%)
  59. Swede (3%)
  60. Lemon (3%)
  61. Peach (3%)
  62. Cherries (Sour) (2%)
  63. Plum (2%)
  64. Kale (2%)
  65. Leeks (2%)
  66. Strawberries (2%)
  67. Lettuce (Cos) (2%)
  68. Onion (2%)
  69. Peas (2%)
  70. Blueberries (2%)
  71. Tomato (1%)
  72. Rhubarb (1%)
  73. Redcurrants & White Currants (1%)
  74. Grapes (1%)
  75. Apple (1%)
  76. Pak Choi (1%)
  77. Spinach (1%)
  78. Pear (1%)
  79. Olives (0%)
  80. Inca Berry (0%)

*The nutritional information has been compiled by me 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.