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Sweet potatoes Beniazuma



- Sweet potatoes Beniazuma varieties were import to VietNam from Japanese in 1996, and It was trials cultivated in Lam Dong with purpose was to provide the processing plant for export to Japanese market.
Nowadays It has been growing on a wide spread area for distributing to the Southeast Asian region.

- Sweet potatoes Beniazuma has  red skin and yellow inside, adapting to highland climate conditions, the attitude from 700 meters to 1,000 meters , the appropriate temperature from 22-30oc. The best development with soil structure and porous, well drained and rich organic.

- Garden Mountain JSC has many years experience of production and consumption of sweet potatoes Beniazuma. Annually we export over 3000 tons of japanese sweet potatoes to foreign markets. Our company has farm over 50 ha wide, with F1 breeding areas to provide farmers over a million seed potatoes per year.
 







Sweet potato, baked, with skin
1.00 each
77.00 grams
95.39 calories
Nutrient
Amount
DV
(%)
Nutrient
Density
World's Healthiest
Foods Rating
vitamin A
13107.70 IU
262.2
49.5
excellent
vitamin C
17.06 mg
28.4
5.4
very good
manganese
0.52 mg
26.0
4.9
very good
copper
0.26 mg
13.0
2.5
good
dietary fiber
3.14 g
12.6
2.4
good
vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)
0.25 mg
12.5
2.4
good
potassium
306.05 mg
8.7
1.7
good
iron
1.46 mg
8.1
1.5
good

World's Healthiest
Foods Rating
Rule
excellent
DV>=75%
OR
Density>=7.6
AND
DV>=10%
very good
DV>=50%
OR
Density>=3.4
AND
DV>=5%
good
DV>=25%
OR
Density>=1.5
AND
DV>=2.5%

Sweet potato, baked, with skin
(Note: "--" indicates data is unavailable)
amount
1.00 each
 
total weight
77.00 g
 
nutrient
amount
%DV
calories
95.39
5.30
calories from fat
0.75
 
calories from saturated fat
0.17
 
protein
1.76 g
3.52
carbohydrates
22.38 g
7.46
dietary fiber
3.14 g
12.56
soluble fiber
1.01 g
 
insoluble fiber
1.46 g
 
sugar - total
16.34 g
 
monosaccharides
-- g
 
disaccharides
-- g
 
other carbs
2.90 g
 
fat - total
0.08 g
0.12
saturated fat
0.02 g
0.10
mono fat
0.00 g
0.00
poly fat
0.04 g
0.17
trans fatty acids
0.00 g
 
cholesterol
0.00 mg
0.00
water
51.77 g
 
ash
1.46 g
 
nutrient
amount
%DV
vitamin A IU
13107.70 IU
262.15
vitamin A RE
1310.69 RE
 
A - carotenoid
1310.70 RE
17.48
A - retinol
0.00 RE
 
A - beta carotene
7864.16 mcg
 
thiamin - B1
0.06 mg
4.00
riboflavin - B2
0.09 mg
5.29
niacin - B3
0.88 mg
4.40
niacin equiv
1.24 mg
 
vitamin B6
0.25 mg
12.50
vitamin B12
0.00 mcg
0.00
biotin
-- mcg
--
vitamin C
17.06 mg
28.43
vitamin D IU
0.00 IU
0.00
vitamin D mcg
0.00 mcg
 
vitamin E alpha equiv
0.17 mg
0.85
vitamin E IU
0.26 IU
 
vitamin E mg
0.17 mg
 
folate
17.23 mcg
4.31
vitamin K
-- mcg
--
pantothenic acid
0.54 mg
5.40
nutrient
amount
%DV
boron
-- mcg
 
calcium
22.58 mg
2.26
chloride
-- mg
 
chromium
-- mcg
--
copper
0.26 mg
13.00
fluoride
-- mg
--
iodine
-- mcg
--
iron
1.46 mg
8.11
magnesium
19.29 mg
4.82
manganese
0.52 mg
26.00
molybdenum
-- mcg
--
phosphorus
50.14 mg
5.01
potassium
306.05 mg
8.74
selenium
0.54 mcg
0.77
sodium
9.56 mg
0.40
zinc
0.26 mg
1.73
nutrient
amount
%DV
4:0 butyric
0.00 g
 
6:0 caproic
0.00 g
 
8:0 caprylic
0.00 g
 
10:0 capric
0.00 g
 
12:0 lauric
0.00 g
 
14:0 myristic
0.00 g
 
15:0 pentadecanoic
0.00 g
 
16:0 palmitic
0.02 g
 
17:0 margaric
0.00 g
 
18:0 stearic
0.00 g
 
20:0 arachidic
0.00 g
 
22:0 behenate
0.00 g
 
24:0 lignoceric
0.00 g
 
nutrient
amount
%DV
14:1 myristol
0.00 g
 
15:1 pentadecenoic
0.00 g
 
16:1 palmitol
0.00 g
 
17:1 heptadecenoic
0.00 g
 
18:1 oleic
0.00 g
 
20:1 eicosen
0.00 g
 
22:1 erucic
0.00 g
 
24:1 nervonic
0.00 g
 
nutrient
amount
%DV
18:2 linoleic
0.03 g
 
18:3 linolenic
0.01 g
 
18:4 stearidon
0.00 g
 
20:3 eicosatrienoic
0.00 g
 
20:4 arachidon
0.00 g
 
20:5 EPA
0.00 g
 
22:5 DPA
0.00 g
 
22:6 DHA
0.00 g
 
nutrient
amount
%DV
omega 3 fatty acids
0.01 g
0.42
omega 6 fatty acids
0.03 g
 
nutrient
amount
%DV
alanine
0.10 g
 
arginine
0.08 g
 
aspartate
0.30 g
 
cystine
0.01 g
2.44
glutamate
0.17 g
 
glycine
0.08 g
 
histidine
0.03 g
2.33
isoleucine
0.09 g
7.83
leucine
0.13 g
5.14
lysine
0.09 g
3.83
methionine
0.04 g
5.41
phenylalanine
0.11 g
9.24
proline
0.08 g
 
serine
0.09 g
 
threonine
0.09 g
7.26
tryptophan
0.02 g
6.25
tyrosine
0.07 g
7.22
valine
0.11 g
7.48
nutrient
amount
%DV
alcohol
0.00 g
 
caffeine
0.00 mg
 
artif sweetener total
-- mg
 
aspartame
-- mg
 
saccharin
-- mg
 
sugar alcohol
-- g
 
glycerol
-- g
 
inositol
-- g
 
mannitol
-- g
 
sorbitol
-- g
 
xylitol
-- g
 
organic acids
-- mg
 
acetic acid
-- mg
 
citric acid
-- mg
 
lactic acid
-- mg
 
malic acid
-- mg
 
choline
-- mg
--
taurine
-- mg
 

 

 Choose sweet potatoes that are firm and do not have any cracks, bruises or soft spots. Avoid those that are displayed in the refrigerated section of the produce department since cold temperature negatively alters their taste.

Sweet potatoes should be stored in a cool, dark and well-ventilated place, where they will keep fresh for up to ten days. Ideally, they should be kept out of the refrigerator in a cool, dry, dark place not above 60?F, which would fit the characteristics of a root cellar. Yet since most people don't have root cellars, we'd suggest just keeping your sweet potatoes loose (not in a plastic bag) an storing them in a cool, dark, and well-ventilated cupboard away from sources of excess heat (like the stove).

Sweet potato contain proteins that have been observed to have significant antioxidant capacities.
This root vegetable qualified as an excellent source of vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene), a very good source of vitamin C and manganese, and a good source of copper, dietary fiber, vitamin B6, potassium and iron.

Both beta-carotene and vitamin C are very powerful antioxidants that work in the body to eliminate free radicals. Free radicals are chemicals that damage cells and cell membranes and are associated with the development of conditions like atherosclerosis, diabetic heart disease, and colon cancer. This may explain why beta-carotene and vitamin C have both been shown to be helpful for preventing these conditions.

If you are a smoker, or if you are frequently exposed to secondhand smoke, then making vitamin A-rich foods, such as sweet potatoes, part of your healthy way of eating, may save your life.

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