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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)

From: A group-randomized controlled trial for health promotion in Girl Scouts: Healthier Troops in a SNAP (Scouting Nutrition & Activity Program)

  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
  1. 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.
  2. ǂaccumulated number of girls tasting/eating a food during troop meetings, over 41 troop observations
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