Hi there @Existenzquantor, thanks for sharing the documents. The Reference Intakes follow from the EU labelling directive 1169/2011. You can find the amounts that correspond with 100% RI in Annex XIII on page 44.
Since this Directive has entered into force, we've learned that we require more vitamin D. In October 2016, the EFSA defined the Adequate Intake of 15 µg/day for healthy individuals over one year of age. This has been done in light of a broader re-evaluation of all Dietary Reference Values (DRVs) over the last couple of years.
These re-evaluations have resulted in the DRVs summary report in December 2017. With the completion of the re-evaluation, we're now able to reformulate the micronutrients in Jake, which will be represented in the next product update.
Please note that we're technically still missing the re-evalution of the DRV for sodium (salt). But seeing the draft opinion, and the recent opinion from organisations like the IOM, it's very probable that the DRV will be set at 1.5 mg/day for sodium (= 3.75 mg/day of salt), so that's what we're working with.
With the new update, the vitamin D in Jake will be labelled as 300%. Even though, as we've just learned, it will be 100% according to the latest opinion of the EFSA. This is due to the fact that labelling is based on 1169/2011, which we expect will only be updated after the DRV for sodium is officially in.