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Impact of Nutrition Standards on Competitive Food Quality in Massachusetts Middle and High Schools.

OBJECTIVESTo examine changes in competitive foods (items sold in à la carte lines, vending machines, and school stores that "compete" with school meals) in Massachusetts middle and high schools before and after implementation of a statewide nutrition law in 2012. METHODSWe photographed n = 10 782 co... Full description

Journal Title: American journal of public health June 2016, Vol.106(6), pp.1101-1108
Main Author: Gorski, Mary T
Other Authors: Cohen, Juliana F W , Hoffman, Jessica A , Rosenfeld, Lindsay , Chaffee, Ruth , Smith, Lauren , Rimm, Eric B
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title: Impact of Nutrition Standards on Competitive Food Quality in Massachusetts Middle and High Schools.
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  • Gorski, Mary T
  • Cohen, Juliana F W
  • Hoffman, Jessica A
  • Rosenfeld, Lindsay
  • Chaffee, Ruth
  • Smith, Lauren
  • Rimm, Eric B
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  • Beverages–Standards
  • Food–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Food Quality–Standards
  • Food Services–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • Humans–Standards
  • Massachusetts–Legislation & Jurisprudence
  • Nutrition Policy–Standards
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  • Schools–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • United States–Statistics & Numerical Data
  • United States Department of Agriculture–Statistics & Numerical Data
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description: OBJECTIVESTo examine changes in competitive foods (items sold in à la carte lines, vending machines, and school stores that "compete" with school meals) in Massachusetts middle and high schools before and after implementation of a statewide nutrition law in 2012. METHODSWe photographed n = 10 782 competitive foods and beverages in 36 Massachusetts school districts and 7 control state districts to determine availability and compliance with the law at baseline (2012), 1 year (2013), and 2 years (2014) after the policy (overall enrollment: 71 202 students). We examined availability and compliance trends over time. RESULTSBy 2014, 60% of competitive foods and 79% of competitive beverages were compliant. Multilevel models showed an absolute 46.2% increase for foods (95% confidence interval = 36.2, 56.3) and 46.8% increase for beverages (95% confidence interval = 39.2, 54.4) in schools' alignment with updated standards from 2012 to 2014. CONCLUSIONSThe law's implementation resulted in major improvements...
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abstractOBJECTIVESTo examine changes in competitive foods (items sold in à la carte lines, vending machines, and school stores that "compete" with school meals) in Massachusetts middle and high schools before and after implementation of a statewide nutrition law in 2012. METHODSWe photographed n = 10 782 competitive foods and beverages in 36 Massachusetts school districts and 7 control state districts to determine availability and compliance with the law at baseline (2012), 1 year (2013), and 2 years (2014) after the policy (overall enrollment: 71 202 students). We examined availability and compliance trends over time. RESULTSBy 2014, 60% of competitive foods and 79% of competitive beverages were compliant. Multilevel models showed an absolute 46.2% increase for foods (95% confidence interval = 36.2, 56.3) and 46.8% increase for beverages (95% confidence interval = 39.2, 54.4) in schools' alignment with updated standards from 2012 to 2014. CONCLUSIONSThe law's implementation resulted in major improvements...
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