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  1. 1999-01-01 This book concerns staple crops for the Pacific area including nutritional values, traditional staple foods, imported staples, the composition of staple foods, and the future of staple foods in the Pacific.
  2. This book is the largest, most detailed source of food nutrition information ever prepared. This information is presented in two mammoth tables, table 1 measuring nutrients in 100 grams of edible portion of food and table 2 measuring nutrients in the edible portion of one pound of food as...
  3. Traditional Pacific Island diets were diverse and nutritionally appropriate. In recent decades Pacific Islanders have experienced many changes in lifestyle and diet. Most of the dietary changes have not been for the better, and have contributed to the burden of malnutrition throughout the...
  4. This publication gives in tabular form the nutritive values for household measures of commonly used foods. It was first published in 1960; the last revision was published in 1991. In this revision, values for total dietary fiber have been added and phosphorus values have been removed. Values are...
  5. This East Asian food composition table is the first of a series of regional food tables in which an attempt has been made to fill in nutrient-gaps as much as possible during three years of research. It is also the first regional table which, in one single publicaiton, incudes data on amino acids,...
  6. 1980-02-01 Agriculture Handbook no. 8-6 330 pages, plus appendices, tables
  7. SHARE YOUR ANALYTICAL DATA FAO and INFOODS would highly appreciate if more researchers would share their analytical data (density or composition) with us so that they could be incorporated into the different FAO/INFOODS databases. We believe that shared data are useful for the global food...
  8. Food composition data are the basis for almost everything in nutrition, and should receive more attention in agriculture to render our food supply more nutritious. FAO coordinates the International Network of Food Data Systems (INFOODS), a worldwide network of food composition experts aiming to...
  9. Food composition data are essential to food-based nutrition work. It is therefore important that professionals involved in nutrition are able to understand and use food composition data. This short video presents testimonials from professional working in very different areas related to food-based...
  10. Nutrient contents in foods can vary significantly because: of environmental, genetic and processing influences such as feed, soil, climate, genetic resources (varieties/cultivars, breeds), storage conditions, processing, fortification and market share; each country has its own consumption pattern...