Additional ResourcesCanadian Nutrient File, 2010
A standard reference food composition database reporting the amount of nutrients in foods commonly consumed in Canada.
CalorieKing.com Food Database
Nutritional information for over 45,000 American generic and brand name foods (including over 260 fast-food chains) with a wide range of nutrient data and information available including calorie count charts, fat content, fiber content, protein content and more.
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Understand foods eaten away from the home by looking at the nutrition information for restaurant menus and the specific menu items, and for various food categories. Conduct either a detailed search or a quick search, and compare one nutrient in a specific food category over time or across several restaurants.
USDA. Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion.
Provides quick access to food information including food groups, calories, and comparison of two foods.
Food Composition Resource List for Professionals (PDF | 202 KB)
USDA. NAL. Food and Nutrition Information Center.
Provides resources on the topic of food composition, including databases, books, journals, conference proceedings and websites.
Condé Nast Digital.
Computes the nutrient content of foods or recipes, and lets the user track and share food consumption data. Nutrient information comes from USDA's National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference and is supplemented by listings provided by restaurants and food manufacturers.
Nutrition Information for Raw Fruits, Vegetables and Fish
U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
FDA has created downloadable posters for printing. These posters show nutrition information for the 20 most frequently consumed raw fruits, vegetables, and fish in the United States.
Fruit and Vegetable Nutrition Facts Charts
Dole Food Company.
A chart with information about dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium and folate content for over 100 fruits and vegetables commonly found in U.S. supermarkets.
Interactive Fast Food Menu
Cooperative Extension System. eXtension Initiative.
Size up fast food selections from McDonald's, Burger King, Subway, Chick-Fil-A, Domino's, and Taco Bell.
Live Well: Your Guide to Nutrient-Rich Eating
Nutrient Rich Foods Coalition.
Information on eatting the nutrient-rich way, based on nutrition guidelines from the United States Department of Agriculture and Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion's MyPyramid. How to get the most vitamins, minerals and other nutrients-but not too many calories-from the foods you choose.
Continuum Health Partners, Inc.
Look up calories and fiber content for a variety of foods.
Seafood & Nutrition
This page, designed for the general public, provides various resources on seafood nutrition and composition, and omega-3 fatty acids. Resources are generally easy to read and understand and include many pamphlets, charts, and short publications.
Nutrient Value of Alaska Native Foods (PDF | 1.3 MB)
DHHS. IHS. Alaska Area Native Health Service.
Complies nutrient values for 176 foods found in Alaska and used by Alaska Natives.
Fast Food Guide (PDF | 532 KB)
BD Medical - Diabetes Care.
Nutritional information for the following fast food restaurants: Arby's, Baskin Robbins, Burger King, Carl's Jr., Dairy Queen, Domino's Pizza, Dunkin Donuts, Einstein Bros Bagels, Jack-In-The-Box, Jamba Juice, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, McDonald's, Panda Express, Pizza Hut, Starbuck's, Subway, Taco Bell, and Wendy's.