Table 5

Consumer Food Environment (Food availability, price, and quality within stores) and the odds of dietary intake, Lexington, KY 2011
Total NEMS-S Rudd Score for Each Store Type (Odds Ratio and 95% Confidence Interval)
Fruit & Vegetable Sweetened Beverages Milk Red Meat Baked Goods and Sweets Cereal
Supermarket Store Availability 0.95 (0.83, 1.08) 0.65 (0.14, 0.83)* 0.92 (0.72, 1.09) 0.95 (0.38, 1.08) 0.94 (0.38, 2.39) 1.05 (0.93, 1.20)
Supercenters and Warehouse clubs Availability 1.22 (0.75, 1.99) 1.03 (0.65, 1.65) 1.26 (0.63, 2.57) 1.09 (0.65, 1.82) 0.61 (0.14, 2.67) 0.97 (0.61, 1.54)
Specialty Store Availability 0.91 (0.77, 1.08) 0.96 (0.81, 1.14) 1.25 (1.08, 2.56) 0.96 (0.77, 1.19) 0.83 (0.57, 1.21) 1.18 (0.95, 1.46)

All models adjusted for education, income, race, employment, age, and gender.

Sweetened beverage is never consuming a sweetened beverage during the week.

Fruit &vegetable recommendation ref is eating vegetable, green leafy and fruit less than 2 times per day.

Baked goods and sweets is less than 5 times per week.

Milk is less than once per day.

Cereal is less than once per day.

Red meat is less than 2 times per week.

Supermarket and specialty store categorized as "healthy" has a score of 56 or higher.

Supercenter categorized as "healthy" has a score of 57 or higher.

Bold and * = P≤0.05.

Gustafson et al.

Gustafson et al. Nutrition Journal 2013 12:17   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-12-17

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