There's so much wrong with that mulivitamin.
Magnesium is the oxide form - the least absorbable.
Zinc is the oxide form - usually the form put into suppositories, ointments and sunscreen.
B12 is cyanocobalamin, methylcobalamin is the best form
Folic acid and methylfolate is the best form
It has two forms of potassium - chloride and iodide - the iodine form is a thyroid blocking agent and is used to treat hyperthyroidism
Vit A - wrong form again, it should be retinyl palmitate
1mcg of B12 - not much use to anyone, if you have low levels of B12 the minimum needed would be 1000mcg.
4.5mcg Vit D = less than 200iu. A maintenance dose for someone with a good level would be 1000iu.
It contains 200mg calcium and 150mcg iodine, neither of which should be supplemented unless you have been tested and shown to be deficient, and then under supervision.
And worst of all it contains 14mg of iron so nothing else will be absorbed.
If you want to take vitamins and minerals then you should test and see what you need. Personally I wouldn't trust one of those 'taste' zinc tests, but that's just my opinion.