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Poster Presentations

Visit our poster gallery and review our impressive collection of posters showcasing the research and applications of most interest to food composition data users and compilers. Read about the poster abstracts from the program booklet or simply select the poster by the category. All the information is available right at your fingertips.


Program Book


  1. Waste of Edible Food from a College Student Perspective - Connors

  2. Nutrient Profiling of Products Marketed for Gut Health – Younger

  3. Modelling the Addition of One Serving of Yogurt to the Diet of Children Participating in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children - Zhu

  4. Creation of a Ready-to-use-item Database to Improve Nutrition Labelling Program Efficiency - Kirkpatrick

  5. Discontinued Food Codes Between Food and Nutrient Database for Dietary Studies 2017-2018 and 2019-2020 - Friday

  6. Estimating Animal and Plant Porten Intake Among Adolescents:  What We Eat In America, NHAES 2015-2018 - Hoy

  7. Labeling Analysis in the Uruguayan Yogurt Industry Applying the FLIP-LAC Program.  What Information Does the Consumer Have in Reference to the Sugar Content – Avalo

  8. Generation Process or Uruguay’s Food Composition Database and Ranking of Nutrients of Public Health Concert - Moliterno

  9. Generation of Analytical Food Composition Data of Traditional Fruits and Vegetables in Costa Rica – Hidalgo

  10. Associations Between Lower Diet Quality and Higher Frequency of Eating Meals Prepared Away From Home Among Adults, NHANES 2011-2018 – Nagao-Sato

  11. Does Dietary Seaweed Consumption Modulate Prostate Cancer Risk in the Multiethnic Cohort Populations? – Glover

  12. Seaweed Consumption and Colorectal Cancer Risk in a Multiethnic Cohort Population - Holmes

  13. Feasibility of Using the USDA Global Branded Food Products Database to Update a Food and Nutrient Database - Jasthi

  14. Growth of the Human Milk Composition Initiative in the US and Canadian Governments – Vargas

  15. Nutrient Composition Comparison of Cow’s Milk with Plant Based Milk Alternatives – Hoffman-Pennesi

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