Nutrition Label Calculator

How many calories and other nutrients were in that food I ate?

Generate a customized nutrition label for any of thousands of foods. Best of all, you won’t have to do any math to interpret this label – just enter your serving amount and your calories per day and the nutrient values and daily values will be customized for you! The data includes all foods from the USDA data base, fast food, plus many, many other food items.

Updated: Try the following Nutrition Label Calculator by with over 247,326 foods items to search.

Nutrition Facts Analysis
Nutrition Facts Analysis


Field Help

Input Fields

Food: Begin typing the food you want to look up, when you see your food item in the list, click on it to select it.

Serving: Enter the amount of the food item you want to calculate nutrition values for. (All units are offered where conversion is possible.)

Daily Calories: The number of calories you consume daily. This could be the actual number of calories you get now or the the number you are trying to eat each day.

Output Fields

Nutrition Facts Label : Standard Nutrition Facts Label found on most food products.

12 thoughts on “Nutrition Label Calculator”

  1. Hmmm… there’s no submit button. Fields are FOOD, SERVING (with drop down), and DAILY CALORIES.

    “Buttons” are HELP, CLEAR, and PRINT.

    There’s no way visible to get the results. 🙁

  2. The values change automatically as you leave each field and go to the next field. This calculator is javascript based. If you’ve disabled javascript in your browser then you won’t see the results.

  3. This thing works fine. Its just not intuitive that you enter a food at the top of the display. Also, I would put raw foods at the top of the general lists. Example: I entered “banana” and the first 20 matches were for deserts made with bananas. It took me a while to figure out how to display more items and then scroll down to the “raw banana” choice.

  4. Works great! yes, you may have to ask for more results because the list is comprehensive, it’s a small calculator so size matters… I like that it displays results just like the label on the product itself… very cool, thanks

  5. Iv just come on this site, and look at this calculator is so amazing, Ive been struggling with understand all what I read on a bottle, corn or box. Im obese Im truely trying to help myself as im to embrassed to go to a gym. I walk 5 kilo a day, and walk up stairs in of going into a lift. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, for your calculator, so I can check the label listing first before I by a product. Wish me well. God Bless you.

  6. It’s a pity this doesn’t show the basic foods, instead of showing different brands. What about rice, white rice, brown rice, why does it show rice noodles rice crackers and all sorts of other brands, instead of just rice. What about almonds ? Why not show basic almonds instead of different brands ?


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