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Table 1 Palestinian Flour Fortification Formula (Palestinian National Authority, Ministry of Health, Primary Health Care & Public Health Directorate, 2015)

From: Micronutrient status of Palestinian school children following salt and flour fortification: a cross-sectional study

  Average addition level Minimum-maximum levela
Iron (ferrous sulfate) (mg/kg) 34.4 25.0–60.0
Zinc (zinc oxide) (mg/kg) 20.6 15.0–40.0
Folic acid (mg/kg) 1.5 1.0–2.5
Vitamin B12 (μg/kg) 4.0 min. 2.5
Thiamine (mononitrate) (mg/kg) 2.9 min. 2.0
Riboflavin (mg/kg) 3.6 min. 2.5
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) (mg/kg) 3.6 min. 2.5
Niacin (niacinamide) (mg/kg) 35.0 min. 25.0
Vitamin A (palmitate, CWS-250) (mg/kg)b 1.5 1.00–2.5
Vitamin D3 (100 CWS/A) (mg/kg)b 0.023 0.015–0.050
  1. aMinimum and safe maximum levels of fortification
  2. bCWS cold water soluble, CWS/A cold water soluble, coated w. gum Arabic