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Abstract: Data on 719 commonly used local and imported foods in Latin America were collected and standardized for use by nutrition workers in evaluating dietary habits, promoting consumption of indigenous foods, and facilitating agricultural planning. Printed in English, the tables provide access by scientific and popular Spanish and English names. Food composition is provided for energy, moisture, protein, fat, carbohydrate, fiber, ash, 3 minerals and 5 vitamins. Conversion lists provide local weight units of 19 countries, and metric and avoirdupois equivalents. (cj).