Food producers in different countries face varying levels of nutrition reporting requirements, and the majority of branded products will not report many micronutrients on their labels.
To see the complete picture of your nutrition, you can use our large, verified common food search databases of 26,500 micronutrient-rich, research-grade food entries.
To log a micronutrient-rich food entry, find the food using our Food Logger’s Search, and then select an entry from the Common section.
You can inspect this food from the Food Detail view and explore its nutritional profile.
When logging restaurant dishes or home-cooked meals, you can log their constituent parts using the Common Food entries to get a complete understanding of the recipe’s nutrition.