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Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition

, 36:6

First Online: 16 February 2017Received: 28 April 2016Accepted: 06 February 2017DOI: 10.1186-s41043-017-0082-4

Cite this article as: De Jong, B., Worsley, A., Wang, W.C. et al. J Health Popul Nutr 2017 36: 6. doi:10.1186-s41043-017-0082-4

Abstract

BackgroundAn online cross-sectional survey examined the relationships between the demographic characteristics, personal values, trust in sources of nutrition information and the use of convenience food outlets among middle-class household food providers in the Asia-Pacific region.

MethodsThe survey was administered to 3945 household food providers in Melbourne, Singapore, Shanghai, Vietnam and Indonesia in late 2013. Information about demographics, personal values, trust in sources of nutrition information and use of convenience food outlets was elicited. Exploratory factor analysis, two-step clustering and logistic regression were employed.

ResultsThe analyses found that the use of convenience food outlets was positively related to hedonist values and trust in food industry sources of nutrition information. However, lesser use of convenience food outlets and trust in health sources of nutrition information was associated with traditional community-oriented values.

ConclusionsFurther replication and extension of these findings would be useful. However, they suggest that improvements in the quality of foods sold in convenience food outlets combined with stronger regulation of food marketing and long-term food education are required.

KeywordsAsia-Pacific Attitudes Convenience food outlets Nutrition trust Personal segmentation Survey Values AbbreviationsBMIBody mass indices

EDNPEnergy dense, nutrient poor

GMIGlobal Market Insite

LMICLow- and middle-income countries

NCDNon-communicable diseases





Autor: Breanna De Jong - Anthony Worsley - Wei Chun Wang - Rani Sarmugam - Quynh Pham - Judhiastuty Februhartanty - Stacey Ridley

Fuente: https://link.springer.com/



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