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Table 4 Association of sample characteristics and spatial access to convenience stores with adult-equivalent adjusted household availability of nutrients from food

From: Convenience stores are the key food environment influence on nutrients available from household food supplies in Texas Border Colonias

  Energy (kcal) Protein (g) Dietary Fiber (g) Calcium (mg) Potassium (mg) Vitamin C (mg) Sodium (mg) Vitamin D (μg) Total Sugar (g) Added Sugar (g) Total Fat (g) Total SFA (g)
NSLPa −6228.2* −213.5 −63.4 −1366.7* −5570.1 −328.7** −9506** −14.9** −69.0 −10.7 −334.6 −130.2*
Convenience – Childb 8081.8** 234.7 35.2 694.9 6364.3 4.3 5361.5 3.8 97.4 45.5 620.1*** 138.8*
Convenience Storec −6767.3** −139.8 −35.7 −520.1 −4751.2 −50.7 −5214.8 −9.9** −266.7*** −233.8*** −381.5** −124.4***
R 2 0.343 0.234 0.122 0.147 0.145 0.184 0.259 0.248 0.228 0.202 0.340 0.348
  1. SFA = Saturated Fatty Acid.
  2. a Participate in the National School Lunch Program.
  3. b Child purchases food from a convenience on own at least once a week.
  4. c Network distance from the residence to the nearest convenience store.
  5. Statistically significant at * p < 0.05 ** p < 0.01 *** p < 0.001.