Table 2

Fruits and vegetables identified as changeable and targeted for intervention

Fruit

CSFII Weighted % Consumed1 (n = 502)

CSFII Rank %

PARADE Baseline % Consumed2 (n = 304)

PARADE Baseline Rank %


Oranges/juice

24.3%

100%

79.6%

100%

Other juice

17.3%

94%

67.8%

94%

Apples

13.4%

88%

49.7%

88%

Bananas

9.0%

81%

49.0%

81%

CF Fruit Cocktail

4.5%

75%

32.9%

56%

CF Grapes

4.2%

69%

46.4%

75%

CF Peaches

2.8%

50%

28.9%

25%

CF Cantaloupe

2.4%

44%

17.4%

31%

CF Strawberries

2.1%

31%

43.7%

63%

CF Pineapple

1.8%

25%

20.1%

38%

Kiwi

.84%

13%

18.2%

31%

Nectarines

.48%

6%

15.2%

19%

Grapefruit

.12%

0%

9.2%

6%


Vegetables

CSFII Weighted % Consumed1

CSFII Rank %

PARADE Baseline % Consumed2

PARADE Baseline Rank %


Potatoes

48.4%

100%

95.1%

100%

Lettuce

12.1%

89%

62.2%

79%

Corn

9.6%

84%

52.6%

63%

Carrots

8.7%

79%

54.6%

68%

CV Green beans

7.62%

74%

72.0%

89%

CV Mixed Vegetables

6.3%

68%

46.7%

53%

CV Tomatoes

5.2%

63%

49.0%

58%

CV Cabbage slaw

2.8%

47%

13.2%

11%

CV Beans

4.3%

53%

25.3%

26%

CV Green Peas

2.7%

42%

38.2%

37%

CV Broccoli

2.4%

32%

55.3%

74%

CV Spinach/greens

1.2%

26%

52.6%

63%

Bell Pepper

1.1%

16%

12.1%

5%

Sweet potatoes

.6%

11%

14.2%

16%

Cauliflower

.5%

5%

18.2%

21%


CF = Changeable Fruits

CV = Changeable Vegetables

1 CSFII weighted percent consumed was calculated from the percentage of respondents who reported consuming each food item at least once during the period under observation (two days). These data were weighted to represent urban and sub-urban Midwesterners using weights provided by the CSFII study.

2 PARADE baseline percent consumed was calculated from the percentage of respondents who reported consuming each food item during the past week.

Nanney et al. Nutrition Journal 2005 4:34   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-4-34

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