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McCance and Widdowsons's The Composition of Foods, Seventh Summary Edition provides a timely, authoritative and comprehensive update of the nutrient data for the most commonly consumed foods in the UK. Foods that are less commonly consumed but are important in the diets of sub-groups of the population are also included. This Seventh Summary Edition contains data which has been reviewed and updated since the last edition was published in 2002 and incorporates data from previously published supplements plus new analytical data and additional data from manufacturers. New data includes updates on key foods in the UK diet including flours and grains, bread, pasta, breakfast cereals, biscuits, cakes, eggs, fat spreads, fruits, vegetables, fish and fish products. Values for a wide range of nutrients (e.g. proximates, inorganics, vitamins, fibre and fatty acids) are provided and additional tables provide data for carotenoid fractions, vitamin E fractions and vitamin K for selected foods. Values for specific nutrients, including sodium, sugars, saturated and trans fatty acids in processed foods have been updated to reflect changes resulting from health policy and recent industry initiatives on reformulations. AOAC fibre values have been included for a wide range of foods to enable energy calculations, including fibre for food labelling purposes. Aimed at students and professionals in all food and health disciplines, this essential handbook should be on the bookshelf of everyone who needs to know the nutritional value of foods consumed in the UK.
Publisher announcement: title to be published September 2014 McCance and Widdowsons's The Composition of Foods, Seventh Summary Edition provides a timely, authoritative and comprehensive update of the nutrient data for the most commonly consumed foods in the UK. Foods that are less commonly consumed but are important in the diets of sub-groups of the population are also included. This Seventh Summary Edition contains data which has been reviewed and updated since the last edition was published in 2002 and incorporates data from previously published supplements plus new analytical data and additional data from manufacturers. New data includes updates on key foods in the UK diet including flours and grains, bread, pasta, breakfast cereals, biscuits, cakes, eggs, fat spreads, fruits, vegetables, fish and fish products. Values for a wide range of nutrients (e.g. proximates, inorganics, vitamins, fibre and fatty acids) are provided and additional tables provide data for carotenoid fractions, vitamin E fractions and vitamin K for selected foods. Values for specific nutrients, including sodium, sugars, saturated and trans fatty acids in processed foods have been updated to reflect changes resulting from health policy and recent industry initiatives on reformulations. AOAC fibre values have been included for a wide range of foods to enable energy calculations, including fibre for food labelling purposes. Aimed at students and professionals in all food and health disciplines, this essential handbook should be on the bookshelf of everyone who needs to know the nutritional value of foods consumed in the UK.
This book updates and greatly extends all existing data for this food group from The Composition of Foods 5th Edition and is a unique source of new information.
Fatty Acids is the latest supplement to McCance and Widdowson's The Composition of Foods and provides authoritative and evaluated data on 37 individual fatty acids for 522 foods consumed in the UK which are important sources of fat. The foods covered include cereals and cereal products, milk products and eggs, fats, oils, meat, poultry and meat products, fish and fish products, vegetables, herbs and spices, vegetable dishes, fruit, nuts, confectionery, preserves, snacks, beverages, soups and sauces. The fatty acid composition data are expressed in g per 100g of food in easy-to-read tables. The nutrient coverage includes total fat, total saturates, total cis and total trans mono- and polyunsaturates, with 13 individual saturated fatty acids, 14 monounsaturated fatty acids, 10 cis-polyunsaturated fatty acids, phytosterols and cholesterol. The data in Fatty Acids are compiled by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, primarily from analyses commissioned as part of their Nutrient Surveillance Programme. Fatty Acids provides an important addition to the official UK food tables and essential data for professionals in food science and nutrition.
McCance and Widdowson's The Composition of Foods Sixth Summary Edition provides authoritative and comprehensive nutrient data for over 1,200 of the most commonly consumed foods in the UK. This new summary edition, which incorporates data from supplements published since the 4th and 5th Editions, covers all food groups. In addition to new and previously unpublished data, it includes updated information on key foods such as milk, cheese, bread, breakfast cereals, and meat and meat products. There are also new entries for many foods that have become popular in recent years, such as fresh pasta and crÞme fraiche. Values for a wide range of nutrients (e.g. proximates, vitamins, inorganics, non-starch polysaccharides, and fatty acid totals) are provided. Additional tables cover phytosterols, carotenoid fractions, vitamin E fractions and, for the first time, vitamin K1 (phylloquinone) and AOAC fibre. Aimed at students and professionals in all food and health disciplines, The Composition of Foods remains the essential handbook for those who need to know the nutritional value of foods consumed in the UK.
This is a supplement to The Composition of Foods 5th Edition, providing the only authoritative, up-to-date and extensive compilation of nutrient composition.

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