Date Released: June 2019
AusBrands contains nutrient data for a wide range of commercial food products currently sold in Australia.
AusBrands includes data compiled directly from the product labels for nutrients such as energy, protein, total fat, saturated fat, carbohydrate, sugars and sodium. In addition, in many cases AusBrands products have been linked to an appropriate food in AusFoods to derive an approximate nutrient profile for nutrients available in AusFoods, including the nutrient/component extensions. Some AusBrands foods have been updated with micronutrients from the new Australian Food Composition Database (AFCD).
You can control whether the nutrient data shown in FoodWorks for AusBrands foods is sourced from the label data, from AUSNUT, or from a mix of both. (On the File menu, click Database Properties, and then the Advanced tab.)
NOTE: If you import client diaries from Easy Diet Diary, some of the brand name products imported may not have a link to an AusFoods food (and therefore these foods will not have a full nutrient profile).
AusBrands is developed by Xyris.
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The following information applies to specific nutrients/components.
SALICYLATES, AMINES, GLUTAMATE:
Values for salicylates, amines and glutamate for the most common food products have been provided by the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Allergy Unit, Sydney.
NUTRIENT/COMPONENT EXTENSIONS TO AUSNUT 2011-13:
Nutrient extensions made to AUSNUT 2011-13 flow through to AusBrands 2019. For more detail, copyright and citations about these extensions, see the information for the AUSNUT 2011-13 data source.
The Xyris food groups are imputed from extensions to AUSNUT 2011-13 and may not be correct. Please use and interpret this data with caution.
The University of Wollongong wholegrain values (UoW Wholegrains) in AusBrands 2019 are imputed from extensions to AUSNUT 2011-13 and may not be correct. Please use and interpret this data with caution.
The University of Wollongong Anthocyanin values in AusBrands 2019 are imputed from extensions to AUSNUT 2011-13 and may not be correct. Please use and interpret this data with caution.