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Table 3 Indicators for the competitions on ‘ideal family’ and ‘clean kitchen’

From: Design, delivery, and determinants of uptake: findings from a food hygiene behavior change intervention in rural Bangladesh

‘Ideal family’ indicators
  Having a garden with diverse vegetables and fruits, i.e., at least two types of green leafy vegetables, two types of other vegetables, and one fruit tree
2. Woman and children are eating a variety of nutritious foods: besides rice, the daily menu includes green leafy vegetables, other vegetables, fish/meat/liver/egg, thick lentils, and seasonal fruits
3. Washing utensils with soap and clean water before preparing and serving food
4. Washing hands with soap and clean water before preparing food, feeding a child, and/or eating
5. Storing foods and drinking water fully covered and above the ground
6. Fresh cooking/reheating food thoroughly each time before feeding /eating
7. Keeping the kitchen and homestead compound clean and free from animal/chicken feces and other rubbish
‘Clean kitchen’ indicators
1. Clean and demarcated kitchen
2. Hand-washing station (with soap and water) inside the kitchen or next to the kitchen
3. Rubbish kept in a covered container/place and emptied regularly so it does not attract flies
4. Separate area for poultry and other animals if these are kept inside