From our own kitchen
From our own kitchen

Convenience serves people. The strong rise of convenience foods since the 1990s is only partly explained by this proverb. Other reasons that may have played a major role in this are the rise of the microwave oven (more than 80% of households own one)...  Read more


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Nutritional information

Hello and welcome at The nutritiontable provides a wealth of information on thousands of food products. Among the information provided is the number of calories (kcal and kJoule), the amount of water, proteins, fats (divides into saturated and unsaturated), cholesterol, carbohydrates, sugar, vitamins and minerals. The columns emotional and health value give an indication of how consumers perceive certain products, as well as the emotional value they attaches to them. The results are based on representative random samples. About 1200 people participated in this research. By clicking on a product in the food nutrition table, detailed information is displayed. The overview not only includes nutrient values, but also vitamins and minerals.


On this section you’ll find several interesting calculators, for instance to determine your Body Mass Index (BMI), the amount of calories you consume during physical activities, or even the alcohol level (blood alcohol) after a night on the town…

Background information about nutrients
Food and nutrients

You will be surprised to learn that fatty fish is not as fat as you might think. It contains significantly less fat than minced meat for instance. And did you know that vegetables and fruit are important sources of vitamins and antioxidants and that meat and cheese are great sources of proteins? If you want to provide your body all the nutrients it needs in order to stay healthy and fit, you should at least have some basic knowledge about food and its nutritional value. Check out the ‘What’s what’ section for crucial insight on all of the different nutrients and valuable background information.

Most viewed products in the nutritiontable

Chicken, breast, meat only, raw
Contains 100 (420 kJoule) kcal
per 100g
Meat Meat
Bananas, fresh
Contains 86 (363 kJoule) kcal
per 100g
Fruit Fruit
Apple, fresh
Contains 54 (229 kJoule) kcal
per 100g
Fruit Fruit
Coconut, meat, raw
Contains 410 (1,714 kJoule) kcal
per 100g
Nuts and seeds Nuts and seeds
Chickpeas, cooked, boiled
Contains 119 (502 kJoule) kcal
per 100g
Vegetables and legumes Vegetables and legumes
Potatoes, cooked, no skin
Contains 82 (346 kJoule) kcal
per 100g
Potatoes and potato products Potatoes and potato products