Table 2: Food sources of vitamins K1 and K2.

Vitamin K1 Vitamin K2

(1) Boiled spinach(1) Nattō (fermented soy)
(2) Cooked broccoli(2) Hard cheese (Gouda)
(3) Coleslaw with homemade dressing(3) Soft cheese (blue cheese)
(4) Cooked asparagus(4) Egg yolk
(5) Soybean oil(5) Butter
(6) Red or green grapes(6) Chicken liver
(7) Plums(7) Salami
(8) Kidney beans(8) Chicken breast
(9) Yogurt(9) Ground beef
(10) Mayonnaise(10) Sauerkraut
(11) Margarine(11) Fermented milk (kefir)

Source. USDA National Agricultural Library, Composition Vitamins and Minerals. Kamao M, S., et al, Vitamin K Content of Foods and Dietary Vitamin K Intake in Japanese Young Women. J Nutr Sci Vitaminol (Tokyo), 2007. 53: p. 464-470.