Food Nutrition Tables

Food Nutrition Tables Foods

Those of us who want to lose weight or keep a food diary need to know the energy (kilojoule or calorie) content of the foods we eat.

Below are links to 5 sets of food tables, all organised alphabetically. If you are searching for the nutritional information relating to an Apple, click on the A link in the table of your choice. This will take you to a page containing nutritional information for foods beginning with the letter A.

Each set of tables contains the number of kilojoules and calories per 100g of around 4,500 common foods, in addition to two other nutrients such as calcium and folate, or carbs and sugars, total fats and saturated fats, fibre and cholesterol, protein and iron or sodium and potassium.

Kilojoules, Calories, Calcium and Folate Tables:

This set of food tables contains the kilojoules and calories per 100g of over 4500 foods plus the amount of Calcium and Folate for those interested in tracking these additional nutrients.

Alphabetic links to Food Tables (e.g. Table A lists all foods beginning with A):

       

Kilojoules, Calories, Carbohydrates & Sugars Tables:

This set of food tables contains the kilojoules and calories per 100g of over 4500 foods plus the amount of Carbohydrates and Sugars for those interested in tracking these additional nutrients.

Alphabetic links to Food Tables (e.g. Table A lists all foods beginning with A):

       

Kilojoules, Calories, Total Fat and Saturated Fat Tables:

This set of food tables contains the kilojoules and calories per 100g of over 4500 foods plus the amount of Total Fats and Saturated Fat for those interested in tracking these additional nutrients.

Alphabetic links to Food Tables (e.g. Table A lists all foods beginning with A):

       

Kilojoules, Calories, Fibre and Cholesterol Tables:

This set of food tables contains the kilojoules and calories per 100g of over 4500 foods plus the amount of Fibre and Cholesterol for those interested in tracking these additional nutrients.

Alphabetic links to Food Tables (e.g. Table A lists all foods beginning with A):

       

Kilojoules, Calories, Protein and Iron Tables:

This set of food tables contains the kilojoules and calories per 100g of over 4500 foods plus the amount of Protein and Iron for those interested in tracking these additional nutrients.

Alphabetic links to Food Tables (e.g. Table A lists all foods beginning with A):

       

Kilojoules, Calories, Sodium and Potassium Tables:

This set of food tables contains the kilojoules and calories per 100g of over 4500 foods plus the amount of Sodium and Potassium for those interested in tracking these additional nutrients.

Alphabetic links to Food Tables (e.g. Table A lists all foods beginning with A):

       

Copyright & Data Limitation Notices:

[Copyright of the Commonwealth of Australia, Food Standards Australia New Zealand and Associate Professor H. Greenfield and others at the University of New South Wales. Certain material used in this product has been reproduced with the permission of the Commonwealth of Australia, Food Standards Australia New Zealand, Associate Professor H. Greenfield and others at the University of New South Wales and other researchers.]

FSANZ alerts you to the inherent limitations of these data. Food composition data are average values obtained from a particular sample of foods, determined at a particular time. The nutrient composition of foods can vary substantially over different batches, and between brands because of a number of factors including changes in season, processing practices and ingredient source (including country of origin). Data generated for Australian foods may not be appropriate for use in other countries.

To get the most accurate nutritional information possible about packaged manufactured goods, we recommend you read the nutritional panel printed on the food label.

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