Download and search the entire USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, Release 24, with Nutrition Explorer. Using Nutrition Explorer, search 7,906 food items to produce a generic Food Facts Label, a detailed Nutrition List, browse Footnotes, and list associated LanguaL Factors.
The selection criteria are Food Group, character strings, high and low nutrient filters, and association filters for LanguaL Factors, Footnotes, and Key Food presence. You can select All Food Groups or any one of the 25 food groups, enter up to four search strings to scan food descriptions, filter for high and low nutrient content, and require an association with Footnotes, LanguaL Factors, or a Key Food. All search criteria are optional.
Searching the database generates the Food Description List. The entries in the list consist of two parts. The first is the highlighted Food Description prefixed by the National Database Number (NDB). The NDB is a unique identifier for the Food Description. The NDB number is not part of the description. The NDB is provided to assist if you query the USDA online database.
The second part of the Food Description entry is an information section. Scientific names, common names, manufacturers' names, amounts of refuse, and refuse descriptions display when available. A quick tap on a Food Description generates the Food Facts Label. Touching and holding a Food Description entry will pop up a menu. The menu entries are selections for a generic Food Facts label, two versions of the detailed Nutrition List, a LanguaL Factors list, and a Footnote list.
Both the Nutrition List and the generic Food Facts Label access the WEIGHT database table, which supplies additional weights common to a specific food description. The weight information is based on the standard household measures for the food item (for example, 1 cup, 1 tablespoon, 1 fruit, 1 leg). Weights are given for edible material without refuse; that is, the weight of an apple without the core or stem, or a chicken leg without the bone, and so forth. The weight information is used to recalculate nutrient values using the 100-gram database standard. Tapping on the description in the Food Facts or Nutrition List will display the tailored recalculation menu.
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