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Dried Shiitake Mushrooms Nutritonal Facts
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Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Analysis Found Per serving

Ingredients: Dried Japanese Mushrooms (Lentinus edodes)

Moisture

10.14%

1.52 g

Protein

17.18%

2.58%

Fat

1.31%

0.20 g

Ash

2.79%

0.42 g

Carbohydrates

68.59%

10.29 g

Calories  

53 Cal

Total Dietary Fiber

40.5%

6.1 g (24% of RDI)

Serving Size: about 4 mushrooms / 15 g

 

Fatty Acids
Saturated

20.4% of fat

0.04 g

Mono-unsaturated

6.53% of fat

0.01 g

Poly-unsaturated

73.1% of fat

0.15 g

Trans Fatty Acids

n.d. % of fat

n.d. g

Vitamins
Vitamin A

n.d. IU/100g

n.d. IU

Vitamin C

n.d. mg/100g

n.d. mg

Vitamin D

827 IU/100g

124 IU* (30% of RDI)

Minerals Note: An "n.d." result indicates the individual parameter is less than the detection limit.
Sodium

405.0 ppm

6.08 mg

Potassium

13,718 ppm

205.8 mg

Calcium

423.7 ppm

6.36 mg

Iron

65.90 ppm

0.99 mg

Sugars
Sucrose

6.80%

1.02 g

Glucose

1.10%

0.17 g

Fructose

1.20%

0.18 g

Lactose

n.d.%

n.d. g

Maltose

0.10%

0.01 g

* This value represents the Vitamin D content in Mitoku Sun-Dried Donko Shiitake. Sun drying increases the vitamin D content of the mushrooms. Regular dried shiitake contain 105 IU of Vitamin D per 15 gram serving, or 25% of the Reference Daily Intake (RDI).

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