Only 1 in 10 Americans gets the recommended amount of vitamin E. Here's a handy chart of some good food sources for the different forms of vitamin E.
Vitamin E is not a single nutrient, but a family of 8 different compounds. As this chart illustrates, the different forms are distributed somewhat unevenly through the food supply.
Alpha-tocopherol is the primary form of vitamin E, and the recommended intake is 15 mg per day. The following chart will help you make sure you're hitting the mark. Selecting a variety of sources helps to ensure that you're getting a broad range of the other forms as well.