Copper is an essential nutrient, responsible for producing blood cells, staving off anemia, and strengthening our bones.
Vegetables high in copper include kale, mushrooms, potatoes (with skin), soybean sprouts, chicory greens, taro, lima beans, beet greens, spinach, asparagus, swiss chard, sweet potatoes (with skin), and parsley. The current daily value (DV) for copper is 2mg. For more high copper vegetables see the extended list of less common vegetables rich in copper.
Other Mushrooms High in Copper (%DV per cup): Cooked White Button (39%), Cooked Portabellas (24%), Raw Morels (21%), Raw Brown Crimini Mushrooms (18%), Raw Oyster Mushrooms (11%), Raw Chanterelles (10%), Raw Maitakes (9%), and Enoki (4%). Click to see complete nutrition facts.