Dr. Morven McLean delivered a presentation about the Agriculture & Food Systems Institute's World Nutrient Databases for Dietary Studies (WNDDS) at the 40th National Nutrient Databank Conference (NNDC). The conference is held bi-annually to foster communication among nutrient database generators and users. This year, it took place at the University of Minnesota Humphrey School of Public Policy Conference Center.

Participation was open to researchers from academia, the food industry, government, and other interested parties. More information is available on the NNDC website.

World Nutrient Databases for Dietary Studies

Designed with researchers, dietitians, students, government officials, and database managers in mind, WNDDS is a curated clearinghouse for information about food composition databases and tables, providing an online, publicly accessible and valuable reference tool for researchers and other stakeholders interested in food composition data. WNDDS serves to aide users in their initial assessment of the scope and depth of nutritional composition data available for certain countries and regions.

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