@Sintax Actually you found a mistake. I am grateful you brought this to my attention.
I double checked our formula and found we actually have 21.6mg of iron in a day. The macro post was based on a spreadsheet that did not properly include the extra from the rice protein. 8mg comes from the oat flour, 13.6mg from the rice protein. Due to this we do not include any supplemental iron like ferrous gluconate.
The USDA’s RDIs and IOM’s RDA’s differ on occasion. Likely given the tolerable intake of 45mg the USDA considers 18mg / day to be the daily value by default. We are slightly in excess of this but still below half the tolerable level. This should not only provide ample iron for either gender, but account for any absorption differences between heme and non-heme iron. I do not have specific numbers on this but much research has shown that in general absorption from a liquid is superior to that from solid whole foods so I do not see much cause for concern that the iron source is non-heme. With a tolerable intake of 45mg there does not appear to be cause for concern that this slight excess will accumulate in the body to unsafe levels.
I have updated the micro blog post. Thank you @Sintax for such attention to detail