I am doing a complete foods comparison and I was looking at the micronutrient content in Soylent Drink Original. Almost all of the micronutrients are labelled in % Daily Value, but Vitamin D, Calcium, Iron and Potassium have absolute amounts. Comparing the absolute amounts and % Daily Value to the FDA Daily Values, they just don’t add up. The biggest discrepancy is Vitamin D. There are 2mcg in Soylent Drink, but the FDA Daily Value for adults is 20mcg. How does this come out to 20% when it is obviously 10%? The values don’t add up for any of the 4, except for iron (if you round a bit, not sure how much rounding is allowed for % Daily Values).
@soylent_team please address this because this just looks wrong.