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- Arbor Nutrition Guide - This site includes links to clinical, applied, and food science sites. Topics covered range from sports nutrition to nutrition-related diseases.
- Feeding America: The Historic American Cookbook Project
- Home Economics Archive - Research, Tradition, History (HEARTH)
- Toward Food Sovereignty: Reclaiming Autonomous Fodd Systems
- U.S. FDA Centennial
- What's In the Food You Eat
- World Food Habits Bibliography - This extensive collection of print references to food-related studies from around the world is sorted under 10 regional and 22 topical categories. Citations range from the 19th century to recently published material.
- WWW Resources for Food Science and Related Areas
- American College of Nutrition
- American Dietetic Association
- American Society for Clinical Nutrition
- American Society for Nutritional Sciences
- CropLife America
- Feinstein International Center
- Food First/Institute for Food and Development Policy
- Food Marketing Institute
- INFoods - A comprehensive effort, under the United Nations University Food and Nutrition Programme, to improve data on the nutrient composition of foods from all parts of the world
- Institute of Food Science and Technology
- Institute of Food Technologists
- International Food Information Council Foundation
- International Foodservice Distributors Association
- National Restaurant Association
- Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations - Part of the primary mission is to "raise levels of nutrition and standards of living . . . of rural populations." Among the best features of this multi-lingual resource, the FAOSTAT database, a collection of statistics primarily in nutrition and agriculture, is available at this site.
- National Institute of Health SeniorHealth.gov
- U.S. Department of Agriculture
- U.S. Department of Agriculture: Food and Nutrition Information Center - This site provides access to a large number of food composition databases. Individual databases include information about the sugar, selenium, trans-fatty acid, carotenoid, Vitamin D, and Vitamin K content of selected foods.
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration