We have sorted our complete nutrition and vitamin database of over 7000 foods based on the amount of Thiamine. Click a food item to give a complete nutrition breakdown which can be scaled by different amount of foods, to answer the question what foods are high in Thiamine.

From this Thiamine rich foods list, the highest amount of Thiamine is Yeast extract spread which in 100g contains 23.375 mg of Thiamine.

Conversely, the food with the lowest amount of Thiamine is Babyfood, cereal, mixed, with bananas, dry. This food item, in 100g, contains 3.78 mg of Thiamine.

In summary, from the list of foods on this page, in 100 g, the range of Thiamine is 23.375 mg through to 3.78 mg of Thiamine.

Please remember that this gives an accurate value in 100g for Thiamine foods. For example 100g of Yeast extract spread contains 23.375 mg of Thiamine. However, there are other factors to consider when you are assessing your nutritional requirements. You should also take into account portion sizes when you are considering the quantity in foods and Thiamine rich foods. Please bear this in mind when trying to increase or decrease the amount of Thiamine in your diet or you are simply looking for good sources of Thiamine.




 

Foods High in Thiamine - Thiamine in Foods per 100g

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Yeast extract spread - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 23.375 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 tsp (or 6g), Thiamine = 1.4 mg
MORNINGSTAR FARMS Spicy Black Bean Burger, frozen, unprepared - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 13.6 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 patty (or 67g), Thiamine = 9.11 mg
MORNINGSTAR FARMS Garden Veggie Patties, frozen, unprepared - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 11.2 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 cup (or 252g), Thiamine = 28.22 mg
MORNINGSTAR FARMS Veggie Breakfast Sausage Patties, frozen, unprepared - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 11 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 patty (or 38g), Thiamine = 4.18 mg
Leavening agents, yeast, baker's, active dry - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 10.99 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 tsp (or 4g), Thiamine = 0.44 mg
WORTHINGTON Stripples, frozen, unprepared - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 10.1 mg
  Typical food serving, 2 strip (or 16g), Thiamine = 1.62 mg
MORNINGSTAR FARMS Veggie Breakfast Bacon Strips, frozen, unprepared - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 10.1 mg
  Typical food serving, 2 strip (or 16g), Thiamine = 1.62 mg
Formulated bar, POWER BAR, chocolate - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 8.06 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 bar (or 68g), Thiamine = 5.48 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, Ralston Crispy Hexagons - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 7.55 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 serving (NLEA serving size = 1 cup) (or 29g), Thiamine = 2.19 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, USDA Commodity Corn and Rice (includes all commodity brands) - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 6.288 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 cup (or 29g), Thiamine = 1.82 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, KELLOGG, KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN COMPLETE Wheat Flakes - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 5.2 mg
  Typical food serving, .75 cup (1 NLEA serving) (or 29g), Thiamine = 1.51 mg
Soup, cream of vegetable, dry, powder - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 5.18 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 packet (or 18g), Thiamine = 0.93 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, GENERAL MILLS, Whole Grain TOTAL - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 5 mg
  Typical food serving, .75 cup (1 NLEA serving) (or 30g), Thiamine = 1.5 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, KELLOGG, KELLOGG'S PRODUCT 19 - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 5 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 cup (1 NLEA serving) (or 30g), Thiamine = 1.5 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, Ralston Enriched Bran flakes - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 4.713 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 serving (NLEA serving size = 0.75 cup) (or 29g), Thiamine = 1.37 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, Ralston Corn Flakes - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 4.483 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 serving (NLEA serving size = 1 cup) (or 28g), Thiamine = 1.26 mg
Bacon, meatless - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 4.4 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 cup (or 144g), Thiamine = 6.34 mg
Malted drink mix, natural, with added nutrients, powder - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 4.233 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 serving (4 tbsp or 1 envelope) (or 21g), Thiamine = 0.89 mg
WORTHINGTON Prosage Links, frozen, unprepared - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 4 mg
  Typical food serving, 2 links (or 45g), Thiamine = 1.8 mg
Babyfood, cereal, rice, with bananas, dry - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 3.97 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 tbsp (or 2.5g), Thiamine = 0.1 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, MALT-O-MEAL, Puffed Wheat Cereal - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 3.87 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 cup (or 15g), Thiamine = 0.58 mg
Cereals ready-to-eat, QUAKER, HONEY GRAHAM OH!S - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 3.842 mg
  Typical food serving, .75 cup (1 NLEA serving) (or 27g), Thiamine = 1.04 mg
Babyfood, cereal, high protein, with apple and orange, dry - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 3.79 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 tbsp (or 2.4g), Thiamine = 0.09 mg
Babyfood, cereal, mixed, with bananas, dry - Thiamine
  100g serving, Thiamine = 3.78 mg
  Typical food serving, 1 tbsp (or 2.5g), Thiamine = 0.09 mg




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