Phylloquinone, a naturally-occurring form of vitamin K, is found in several different types of foods. While it is important to eat foods rich in vitamin K, bear in mind that because of of large variations in absorbability, vitamin K content of foods alone is not usually sufficient to ensure that someone has adequate intake levels.
• Green leafy vegetables: 1000-8000 mcg/kg
• Other non-leafy vegetables & fruits: 10-500 mcg/kg
• Dairy products: 3-70 mcg/kg (dependent on fat content)
• Whole grains: 0.5-70 mcg/kg