The table is in the alphabetical order and contains many of the commonly consumed vegetables, fruits, grains, legumes, and spices. One or two main phytonutrients were used to represent the colors: lycopene for red, beta-carotene for orange, lutein and zeaxanthin for yellow, folate for green, and flavonoids for purple. The majority of information comes from the USDA National Nutrient Database , with some of the flavonoid information derived from the USDA Database for Flavonoid Content of Selected Foods 3.1 . The latter database is not as extensive as the former, so some of the foods on this table were not included in that database. These foods have an “N/A” listed under the “purple” column. There were also a few foods for which the USDA National Nutritional Database did not list the lycopene, beta-carotene, lutein, and/or zeaxanthin content, which corresponds to an N/A listed for those foods. Finally, the table only designates that there is some quantity of these phytonutrients but does not designate which are highest in the color nor which of the colors is more dominant for the particular color. Unless designated, the results are for the raw version of the foods.