Table 4

Raw frequency count of observed food accessibility and actual food exposuresǂ in troop meeting snacks by condition (41 snack observations from 49 troop meetings)

INT food accessibility

CON food accessibility

INT food exposures

CON food exposures


Fruits and Vegetables

All fruits (with juices)

53

17

359

68

Fruit juices

14

9

94

39

All veget. (with juices)

33

6

225

30

Vegetable juices

2

0

11

0

Drinks

Drinking water

12

0

89

0

Sugar-sweetened beverages

2

9

2

48

Other drinks

2

3

19

13

Other food items

Salty Snacks

6

8

47

51

Dairy products (with milk)

13

7

93

51

Candy

1

13

6

72

Cakes and cookies

2

23

10

182

Breads

2

7

18

42

Meat, nuts, legumes

6

10

48

60

Condiments

4

0

30

0


Note: INT = intervention troop; CON = control troop; Intervention troops offered snacks at all 21 meetings, control troops offered snacks at 20 out of 28 meetings.

ǂaccumulated number of girls tasting/eating a food during troop meetings, over 41 troop observations

Rosenkranz et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:81   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-81

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