White Mushrooms


The most commonly eaten mushroom, these fungi are eaten at different levels of maturity to give different textures. White mushrooms are often added to hearty or creamy dishes such as pastas and risottos.

These mushrooms are a great source of minerals including riboflavin and copper, while also providing other compounds unique to fungi including high levels of antioxidants. These compounds together have positive health benefits including resilience against cancer proliferation and improved immune system function.

Studies of interest

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  1. Effects of beta-glucans on the immune system
    Medicina (Kaunas). 2007;43(8):597-606.

Global Production Map


Water92.45 g
Energy22 kcal
1 %
Protein3.09 g
Fats0.34 g
Carbs3.26 g
Fiber1 g
Sugars1.98 g
Calcium3 mg
Iron0.5 mg
3 %
Magnesium9 mg
3 %
Phosphorus86 mg
7 %
Potassium318 mg
7 %
Sodium5 mg
Zinc0.52 mg
6 %
Copper0.318 mg
36 %
Manganese0.047 mg
3 %
Selenium9.3 µg
17 %
Vit C2.1 mg
3 %
Thiamin0.081 mg
8 %
Riboflavin0.402 mg
40 %
Niacin3.607 mg
26 %
Vit B60.104 mg
9 %
Folate17 µg
4 %
Vit B120.04 µg
2 %
Vit A0 µg
Vit E0.01 mg
Vit D0.2 µg
4 %
Vit K0 µg
Sat Fat0.05 g
Mono Fat0 g
Poly Fat0.16 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg