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Table 3 Median regression models for the time to identify the product with the lowest nutritional quality

From: Acceptability and understanding of front-of-pack nutritional labels: an experimental study in Mexican consumers

 GDA (n = 697)MTL (n = 708)WL (n = 700)
 β (95% CI)β (95% CI)
All food categoriesReference−4.03 (−4.82, −3.22)−3.36 (− 4.17, −2.56)
Food categories
 Non-dairy beveragesReference−4.82 (−6.12, − 3.52)−4.52 (− 5.82, − 3.21)
 Salty snacksReference− 4.64 (− 5.58, − 3.70)− 3.92 (− 4.86, − 2.98)
 Breakfast cerealsReference−3.19 (− 4.10, − 2.27)−2.46 (− 3.37, − 1.54)
 Dairy productsReference−3.00 (− 3.80, − 2.19)−2.61 (− 3.41, − 1.81)
 Ready-made foodsReference−3.78 (− 4.69, − 2.87)−3.39 (− 4.30, − 2.48)
  1. GDA: Guideline Daily Allowance; MTL: Multiple Traffic Light, WL: Warning Labels
  2. Bold numbers indicate significant difference (p < 0.05) with GDA