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Table 4 Percentage contribution (median (IQR)) of food groups to total sugars intake

From: Impact of a health marketing campaign on sugars intake by children aged 5–11 years and parental views on reducing children’s consumption

Food Groups% Contribution to total sugars intake
Baseline
(n = 527)
Peak-campaign
(n = 503)
12-months post campaign
(n = 342)
Median (IQR)Median (IQR)Median (IQR)
Fresh fruit13.0 (0.0–26.5)12.8 (3.3–24.8)11.2 (0.0–21.4)
Soft drinks (not diet)1.8 (0.0–18.9)2.2 (0.0–16.4)9.3 (0.0–29.6)
Fruit juice0.0 (0.0–18.9)0.0 (0.0–17.2)0.0 (0.0–18.4)
Confectionery – sweets and chocolate3.1 (0.00–12.7)0.0 (0.0–10.3)5.0 (0.0–16.0)
Cakes and biscuits2.9 (0.0–9.7)4.4 (0.0–11.8)3.5 (0.0–10.7)
Breakfast cereals3.2 (0.0–6.6)3.4 (0.0–7.6)2.5 (0.0–6.3)
Sugar, honey and preserves0.0 (0.0–5.5)0.0 (0.0–5.1)0.0 (0.0–6.1)
Whole milk yoghurts/ fromage frais0.0 (0.0–4.8)0.0 (0.0–5.9)0.0 (0.0–4.1)
  1. IQR Interquartile Range
  2. Data presented are for participants completing two recalls at each time point and include consumers and non-consumers