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This FAO document provides food composition data for foods commonly consumed in West Africa.

Stadlmayr B, Charrondiere UR, Enujiugha VN, Bayili RG, Fagbohoun EG, Samb B, Addy P, Barikmo I, Ouattara F, Oshaug A, Akinyele I, Annar GA, Bomfeh K, Ene-Obong H, Smith IF, Thiam I, Burlingame B

The FOODfiles available at this link provide density data for a list of foods commonly consumed in New Zealand.  

New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Limited, New Zealand Ministry of Health

This 26-page scanned document, published in 1977, provides the average weight (in grams) per volume (1 measured cup) for a list of food items, allowing for calculation of density data per food…

Fulton L, Matthews E, Davis C

This is a web-based platform that provides access to the USDA Food Composition Databases (standard reference and brand food products).  For some foods, weights per household measure are provided…

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Nutrient Data Laboratory

This 2007 USDA document provides retention factors for 16 vitamins and 8 minerals for a set of approximately 290 foods after undergoing a specified method of preparation.

U.S. Department of Agriculture

This 200 page document includes an extensive food and recipe listing, and provides yield and weight change information for items included in the list after accounting for storage, preparation,…

Bergstrom L

This 100-page document provides data on weight yield factors as a result of different cooking methods for approximately 700 foods and dishes (see part 1 of the document).  Data are provided for…

Bognar A

This document provides density data for a selection of foods and mixed dishes.

Charrondiere UR, Haytowitz D, Stadlmayr B

This Standards Tables of Food Composition in Japan provides data on "refuse" (i.e.

Ministry of Education, Sports, Science and Technology, Japan.

This FAO publication provides guidelines for the production, management and use of food composition data.

Greenfield H, Southgate DAT