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Sources of Lycopene
Based on USDA (US Department of Agriculture) National Nutrient Database Release 22 (SR22). The values are mean nutrient values per 100 grams of the edible portion.
1. Tomato powder 46,260 mcg
2. Tomatoes, sun-dried 45,902 mcg
3. Soup, tomato rice, canned, condensed 17,183 mcg
4. Tomato sauce, no salt added 17,163 mcg
5. Catsup 16,709 mcg
6. Tomato products, canned, sauce 13,979 mcg
7. Soup, tomato, canned, condensed 10,920 mcg
8. Sauce, salsa, ready-to-serve 10,515 mcg
9. Vegetable juice cocktail, canned 9,660 mcg
10. Tomato and vegetable juice, low sodium 9,660 mcg
11. Tomato juice, canned, with salt added 9,037 mcg
12. Soup, beef noodle, canned, condensed 8,507 mcg
13. Soup, bean with pork, canned, condensed 5,946 mcg
14. Beef Macaroni, frozen entree 5,535 mcg
15. Soup, tomato, low sodium, with water 5,345 mcg
16. Guavas, common, raw 5,204 mcg
17. Watermelon, raw 4,532 mcg
18. Sauce, barbecue 4,431 mcg
19. Tomatoes, red, ripe, canned, stewed 4,088 mcg
20. Guava sauce, cooked 3,909 mcg
21. Salad dressing, russian dressing 3,576 mcg
22. Burrito, beef and bean, microwaved 3,128 mcg
23. Tomatoes, red, ripe, cooked 3,041 mcg
24. Clam and tomato juice, canned 2,982 mcg
25. Salad dressing, bacon and tomato 2,597 mcg
26. Soup, chili beef, canned, condensed 2,584 mcg
27. Tomatoes, red, ripe, raw, year round average 2,573 mcg
28. Burrito, beef and bean, frozen 2,533 mcg
29. Lean Pockets, Meatballs & Mozzarella 2,174 mcg
30. Soup, minestrone, canned, condensed 1,480 mcg
31. Grapefruit, raw, pink and red, all areas 1,419 mcg
32. Soup, chicken gumbo, canned, condensed 1,416 mcg
33. Grapefruit, raw, pink and red and white, all areas 1,135 mcg
34. Chili with beans, canned 1,069 mcg
35. Soup, gazpacho, canned, ready-to-serve 915 mcg
36. Soup, beef noodle, dry, mix 893 mcg
37. Soup, tomato vegetable, dry, mix 893 mcg
38. Baked beans, canned, no salt added 500 mcg
39. Soup, black bean, canned, condensed 463 mcg
40. Adobo fresco 411 mcg
41. Beans, baked, canned, with franks 409 mcg
42. Spices, basil, dried 393 mcg
43. Soup, vegetable beef, canned, condensed 364 mcg
44. Macaroni, vegetable, cooked, enriched 245 mcg
45. Persimmons, japanese, raw 159 mcg
46. Chicken, liver, all classes, raw 40 mcg
47. Snacks, plantain chips, salted 36 mcg
48. Beef stew, canned entree 28 mcg
49. Turkey, heart, all classes, raw 21 mcg
50. Spices, chili powder 21 mcg
51. Cabbage, red, raw 20 mcg
52. Beef, variety meats and by-products, kidneys, raw 20 mcg
53. Guava nectar, canned 18 mcg
54. Beef, variety meats and by-products, heart, raw 17 mcg
55. Spices, cinnamon, ground 15 mcg
56. Beef sausage, pre-cooked 15 mcg
57. Spices, pumpkin pie spice 13 mcg
58. Pork sausage, pre-cooked 11 mcg
59. Beef sausage, fresh, cooked 11 mcg
60. Pork sausage, fresh, raw 11 mcg
61. Bologna, beef 11 mcg
62. Bologna, chicken, turkey, pork 11 mcg
63. Turkey sausage, fresh, raw 11 mcg
64. Pork and turkey sausage, pre-cooked 11 mcg
65. Bologna, chicken, pork 11 mcg
66. Spices, caraway seed 6.0 mcg
67. Spices, pepper, black 6.0 mcg
68. Taco shells, baked 3.0 mcg
69. Carrot, dehydrated 3.0 mcg
70. Spices, poultry seasoning 2.0 mcg
71. Potato soup, instant, dry mix 2.0 mcg
72. Carrot juice, canned 2.0 mcg
73. Soup, cream of vegetable, dry, powder 2.0 mcg
74. Carrots, raw 1.0 mcg
75. Pie, Dutch Apple, Commercially Prepared 1.0 mcg
 
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