Table 2

Changes in availability after implementation of school food and beverage guidelines, British Columbia, Canada (2007/08ā€“2011/12)
Elementary Schools Middle/High Schools
Unadjusted models Adjusted models1 Unadjusted models Adjusted models1
N OR (95% CI) N OR (95% CI) N OR (95% CI) N OR (95% CI)
Sugar-sweetened Beverages - - 238 0.52 (0.31-0.87) 236 0.51 (0.30-0.88)
French Fries - - 241 0.26(0.09-0.76) 238 0.30 (0.11-0.80)
Chocolate and Candy - - 240 0.07 (0.01-0.40) 238 0.06 (0.01-0.36)
Regular Salty Snacks - - 239 0.10 (0.04-0.24) 237 0.11 (0.05-0.25)
Regular Baked Goods - - 240 0.26 (0.14-0.49) 238 0.28 (0.15-0.52)
Low-fat Salty Snacks - - 239 0.87 (0.41-1.88) 237 1.03 (0.53-2.01)
Low-fat Baked Goods 715 1.51 (0.79-2.89) 707 1.54 (0.81-2.91) 240 1.51 (0.79-2.89) 237 1.48 (0.79-2.79)
Pizza, Hotdogs, Hamburgers 712 1.70 (0.96-2.89) 704 1.65 (0.95-2.88) 239 1.46(0.76-2.8) 236 1.47 (0.80-2.71)
Fruit 715 1.98 (1.25-3.15) 707 2.13 (1.36-3.35) 239 1.71 (0.75-3.91) 237 1.67 (0.79-3.53)
100% Fruit Juice 718 0.40 (0.25-0.65) 710 0.40 (0.25-0.65) 241 0.58 (0.10-3.44) 238 0.64 (0.12-3.34)
Vegetables 716 2.84 (1.49-5.42) 708 2.87 (1.51-5.44) 240 0.96 (0.41-2.25) 238 1.02 (0.48-2.18)

1Mixed effects logistic regression models were adjusted for neighborhood-level median household income, percent with post-sec education, school size, and school location.

OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval.

Bolded odds ratios are statistically significant at pā€‰<ā€‰0.05.

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