In some cases, up special lists, if data in the Food Data Bank
is not wide, see Special
lists, for the time being iodine in drinking water and newer
values of Vitamin K in foods.
Food Data Bank on the Web
Food Institute's Department of Nutrition continues a long
tradition of publishing tables of food nutrient content of
switching from the printed tables of food to release data on the
In the last about 30 years, it has been a public duty to
systemize and publish the thousands of data that comes partly
from studies by the National Food Institute and predecessors, and
from other research and industrial laboratories.
About Data Bank
Food Tables have a very long tradition in Denmark. They have
many uses and is one of nutrition science basic tools. There have
been drafted lists of food nutrient content of more than 125
years. Read more about it in the section Food Data History.
When using food data in your own contexts, we recommend that
you read the section on the use of
food data, since there are some copyright and intellectual
rights, we ask that you respect.
The people behind the Food Data Bank
Data is the next version 6 have been compiled, curated and
edited by Erling Saxholt and Ole Hels and Food Data Bank in
version 7 has been adapted to the Internet by Tue Christensen,
but without any involvement from a wide variety of colleagues in
laboratories and companies as well as our former colleague,
Anders Møller, Food Data Bank had not been realized.
Department of Nutrition - Mørkhøj Bygade 19 - DK-2860 Søborg, Denmark - Phone +45 35 88 70 00