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Table 3 Estimates of the Impact of Warning Labels on Measures of Diet Quality for Beverage Purchases in the Pilot-DIET Study (N = 432)

From: Pilot randomized controlled trial testing the influence of front-of-pack sugar warning labels on food demand

Dependent Variable Proportion of High-in Sugar Products (%) Total Sugar Purchased (g) Sugar purchased per dollar spent (g / $) Total Dollar Spent ($) Total expenditure on high-in-sugar products ($)
Coefficient [Std. Error] Coefficient [Std. Error] Coefficient [Std. Error] Coefficient [Std. Error] Coefficient [Std. Error]
Constant 0.06 76.47 19.73 12.28 −3.79
[0.10] [132.96] [5.43] [7.10] [3.52]
Stop Sign Label −0.06 * 54.97 −0.06 0.57 0.08
[0.03] [44.21] [1.81] [2.36] [1.17]
Warning Label −0.11 *** − 0.48 −2.10 1.52 − 0.25
[0.03] [44.22] [1.81] [2.36] [1.17]
Age (years) 0.00 *** 3.06 * −0.01 0.13 0.20 ***
[0.00] [1.75] [0.07] [0.09] [0.05]
BMI (kg/m2) 0.00 4.62 −0.02 0.00 0.12
[0.00] [4.52] [0.19] [0.24] [0.12]
Female 0.08 *** −32.72 0.63 −4.16 ** 1.07
[0.03] [38.29] [1.56] [2.05] [1.01]
Chinese 0.04 33.14 −2.25 5.12 * 1.38
[0.04] [54.40] [2.22] [2.91] [1.44]
Primary grocery Purchaser −0.04 −55.38 −1.09 −0.75 −1.40
[0.03] [41.79] [1.71] [2.23] [1.11]
Has Children −0.02 −32.57 −0.29 −1.36 − 1.19
[0.03] [41.24] [1.68] [2.20] [1.09]
  1. * P < 0.1, ** P < 0.05, *** P < 0.01