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Table 1 Excerpt from the ‘Guidelines for Food Choice 2011’ [34]

From: Healthy or Unhealthy on Sale? A cross-sectional study on the proportion of healthy and unhealthy foods promoted through flyer advertising by supermarkets in the Netherlands

Product category Preference Occasional Rare
Bread (substitutes), cereals Rye bread, whole grain crisp bread, bread, whole wheat bread Brown bread, bun, multigrain bread, oatmeal, muesli with fruit White bread, croissant, rusk, chocopops, frosties, cornflakes
Cheese Low fat cheese, mozzarella, cottage cheese, fresh goat cheese, diary spread light Camembert, cream cheese, diary spread Full fat cheese, cheddar, cream cheese, gorgonzola, blue cheese
Diary Skimmed milk, low fat yoghurt, buttermilk Semi-skimmed milk, low fat custard Full fat milk, pudding, yoghurt drink, full fat yoghurt, custard
Starch products Boiled potatoes, baked potatoes, whole wheat pasta, brown rice, couscous Mashed potatoes, multigrain rice French fries, fried potatoes, boiled cassava, regular pasta, white rice
Spreads Lean frankfurter sausage, chicken, vegetarian pate, roast beef   Ham, bacon, loin roast, sausage, smoked meat, liver pate
Vegetables All vegetables boiled or raw, frozen or canned vegetables (without additives) Vegetable puree, pickled peppers, tomato juice without salt Vegetables with cream, olives, pickles, onions, tomato juice with salt