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Plenny Shake v3.0 falling short in several nutrients

So I decided to put in the new v3.0 formula in Cronometer to see how well it holds up to the DRIs. 5 servings (2000 kcal) of Plenny Shake v3.0, Chocolate falls short in Folate, Vitamin A & K, Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, and Zinc: https://i.imgur.com/EPje5ah.png. (The numbers are based off the nutritional information on your website) Also, is the vitamin A in Plenny Shake preformed or not? If not it seems pretty risky to put it at exactly 100%. (500g of boiled sweet potatoes equate to 437% RAE, for example)

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I found another post regarding low potassium levels and saw that you’re using EFSA reference values. My bad!

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Thanks for the information Sewil! I will check with our experts about your question regarding Vitamin A.

got an answer from the amazing Charlotte (our nutritional specialist and researcher/developer):

“We aim to get you all the vitamins and minerals you need with 5 meals per day, that’s why we choose to add 20% of your daily need of vit A per meal. Of course when you want to eat other foods that are very high in vit A you have to be careful not to exceed the Upper Limit!”