AFSI’s Crop Composition Database (CCDB)
Explore the Composition of Agriculturally Important,
Conventionally Bred Crops
Improve overall knowledge of human nutrition.
Inform the development of diets that promote the healthy growth of livestock.
Improve global data sets related to food security and nutrition modeling.
The Agriculture & Food Systems Institute’s Crop Composition Database (CCDB) is a curated, open resource that provides data on the natural variability in composition (e.g., nutrients, anti-nutrients, and secondary metabolites) of agriculturally important, conventionally bred crops.
Version 9.0 | Launched January 31, 2022
Includes additional data for existing crops and data for new crops – sugarcane, mustard, and strawberry – as well as brown rice data under a new tissue type for rice.