Food nutrition database

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Annual reports Australia's safe food system Committees and groups Feedback and complaints Food enforcement contacts Food law and treaties Information Publication Scheme Modernisation of food regulation Our role in supporting nutrition-related public health Service Charter The Board What we do. Although each food and beverage is assigned an overall derivation code, users should be aware that individual nutrient values for some foods may have been derived using a different technique. For example, a food described as being Analysed may have a small number of nutrient values that came from similar foods. Values were estimated based on analytical data for total sugars and known ingredients in food products, using recipes where required to determine the added sugars and free sugars values.

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Additives and processing aids Chemicals in food Food allergies Food safety and recalls Food technologies and novel foods Food issues Genetically modified foods Imported foods Labelling Nutrition and fortification Multimedia resources. To help users identify where the nutrient data comes from, each food and beverage in AUSNUT —13 is assigned a derivation code which indicates how the majority of nutrient data, or data for key nutrients, were derived.

For more information about the nutrients reported for foods in AUSNUT —13 including information on the units, derivation and assumptions and limitations refer to the Food Nutrient List.

Was this page helpful to you? For example, a food described as being Analysed may have a small number of nutrient values that came from similar foods.

The nutrient profiles of the foods in the database, and their associated measures, reflect the food supply and food preparation practices during this time period. Values for eicosapentaenoic, docosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids and total trans fatty acids, ash, beta-carotene, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, alpha-tocopherol, folic acid, natural folates, selenium and tryptophan were not previously published in AUSNUT FSANZ, Values were estimated based on analytical data for total sugars and known ingredients in food products, using recipes where required to determine the added sugars and free sugars values.

Nutritional Values For Common Foods And Products

Please turn on JavaScript and try again. For information on the process of developing added sugars and free sugars values for each food and beverage, refer to Determining the amount of added sugars and free sugars in foods listed in the AUSNUT dataset.

Quick Launch Unfortified breakfast cereal analytical program Data validation Cake and slice analytical program Australia Health Survey Analytical Program Milk powder and damper analytical program Specialty bread analytical program Development of additional nutrient profiles for foods and beverages consumed in the NNPAS Determining the amount of added sugars and free sugars in foods listed in the AUSNUT dataset Developing the food nutrient database Development of additional nutrient profiles for foods and beverages consumed in the NATSINPAS Filling nutrient gaps in the core dataset Nutrient analysis of selected remote stores foods and processed meats Potato analytical program References Review of factors used in recipe calculations Sausage analytical program Uncertainty and limitations.

Annual reports Australia's safe food system Committees and groups Feedback and complaints Food enforcement contacts Food law and treaties Information Publication Scheme Modernisation of food regulation Our role in supporting nutrition-related public health Service Charter The Board What we do.

Although each food and beverage is assigned an overall derivation nutritjon, users should be aware that individual nutrient values for some foods may have been derived using a different technique. Scientific expertise Science Publications Monitoring the safety of the food supply Science strategy Risk analysis Monitoring nutrients in our food supply Dietary exposure assessments International engagement.

Values for linoleic, alpha linolenic, eicosapentaenoic, docosapentaenoic and docosahexaenoic acids, total long chain omega 3 and total trans fatty acids, ash, beta-carotene, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, alpha-tocopherol, vitamin E, folic acid, dietary folate equivalents, iodine, selenium, sodium, tryptophan and caffeine were not previously published in AUSNUT ANZFA, It looks like your browser does not have JavaScript enabled.

This includes a combination of nutrients reported as part of the AHS and additional nutrients that were required by FSANZ to feed into nutrient calculations note:

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