Table 2

Percentage of Participants with Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Present During Five Household Food Inventories (n = 9)

Number of Household Inventories in Which Foods Were Present

5

4

3

2

1

0


Fresh fruit

Apples

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

22.2 (2)

33.3 (0)

Bananas

11.1 (1)

0

33.3 (3)

22.2 (2)

22.2 (2)

11.1 (1)

Grapes

22.2 (2)

11.1 (1)

0

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

44.4 (4)

Oranges

22.2 (2)

11.1 (1)

0

0

11.1 (1)

55.6 (5)

Peaches

0

11.1 (1)

22.2 (2)

22.2 (2)

0

44.4 (4)

Pears

11.1 (1)

0

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

0

66.7 (6)

Plums

0

0

0

33.3 (3)

11.1 (1)

55.6 (5)

Strawberries

22.2 (2)

0

0

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

55.6 (5)

Watermelon

11.1 (1)

0

22.2 (2)

0

22.2 (2)

44.4 (4)

Varietya

0

0

22.2 (2)

0

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

55.6 (5)

1-2

0

22.2 (2)

0

11.1 (1)

33.3 (3)

33.3 (3)

≥3

33.3 (3)

0

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

33.3 (3)

Fresh vegetables

Broccoli

0

0

11.1 (1)

0

11.1 (1)

77.8 (7)

Carrots

11.1 (1)

0

22.2 (2)

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

44.4 (4)

Celery

11.1 (1)

0

0

0

0

88.9 (8)

Corn

0

11.1 (1)

0

0

11.1 (1)

77.8 (7)

Cucumber

0

22.2 (2)

0

11.1 (1)

0

66.7 (6)

Greens

0

0

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

0

77.87 (7)

Lettuce

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

33.3 (3)

11.1 (1)

22.2 (2)

11.1 (1)

Potato

0

33.3 (3)

0

33.3 (3)

0

33.3 (3)

Squash

0

0

0

0

22.2 (2)

77.8 (7)

Tomato

11.1 (1)

44.4 (4)

0

22.2 (2)

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

Varietyb

0

0

11.1 (1)

0

0

33.3 (3)

55.6 (5)

1-2

0

22.2 (2)

0

11.1 (1)

33.3 (3)

33.3 (3)

≥3

33.3 (3)

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

11.1 (1)

22.2 (2)


a Number of different types of fresh fruit (0, 1-2, and 3 or more)

b Number of different types of fresh vegetables (0, 1-2, and 3 or more)

Sisk et al. Nutrition Journal 2010 9:19   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-9-19

Open Data