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Food Reference is a handy pocket reference database of food nutrient values, based on the latest definitive standard reference database of nutrient values from the US Department of Agriculture.*** Food Reference is at a special introductory low price the price will go up soon, so get it now! ***Food Reference contains the complete nutrient database of over 8,000 foods from the US Department of Agriculture, offering fast and easy ways to search the database for a food of interest. The database is included in the application, so you dont have to be online to use the application.Food Reference provides several different ways to locate a food of interest: - Search by one of 25 different food groups defined by USDA, such as Dairy and Egg Products, Breakfast Cereals, Poultry Products, etc. - Search by one of over 870 different food types, such as Apricots, Bagels, Beans, Sausages, etc. - Free text search by entering part of a food description - Search for foods rich in selected nutrientsWhether you are interested in just the basic nutrient information or the fully detailed information, Food Reference is the perfect tool. You can choose a Basic Report of nutrients for a food, showing the amounts of major nutrients (where available) in a standard serving: - Food energy value (kcal) - Water, protein, total fat, ash, carbohydrate, total dietary fiber, total sugars - 11 different minerals - 25 different vitamins - Saturated fat, monounsaturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, trans fatty acids, cholesterol - Ethyl alcohol, caffeineThe detailed Full Report includes all nutrients shown in the Basic Report plus (where available): - Starch - Vitamin D2 and D3 - Added vitamin E - Added vitamin B12 - Theobromine - Phytosterols - Individual amino acids - Individual fatty acids - Individual sugarsThe nutrient reports show the amount of nutrients contained in the edible portion of the food based on a standard serving size of 100g, but most foods offer alternative serving sizes for selection.The full USDA food database and powerful search features are included - no hidden, locked features you have to pay extra for.