Data

Year of publication

2020

Type

Mixed-Method

Design

Cross-sectional

Classification

Other (adaption of NOVA)

Country studied

Brazil

Data

Primary

Data Collected

Other (advertisment)

Study setting

Retail

Age group of participant

N/A

Participant sex

N/A

Target population

General

Sample size

n=281 (establishments)

Food availability and advertising within food outlets around primary healthcare services in Brazil

Goal

Examine availability and advertising of food items within food outlets.

Results

Of the food outlets analyzed, 60% were F&V markets, 21.4% were large-chain supermarkets, 19.2% were local grocery stores, convenioence stores, or bakeries. 80% contained at least 8 types of F&Vs, 60% contained UPF. 59.8% had no food advertisements, 19.6% advertised only F&Vs, and 17.4% advertised only UPF. Specialised F&V markets and large-chain grocery stores had higher F&V availability than local grocery stores, convenience stores or bakeries. Specialised F&V markets had more F&V advertising and large-chain supermarkets and loval grocery stores, convenience stores or bakeries contained had more UPF advertising

Authors

Horta PM, Souza Jde PM, Freitas PP, Lopes ACS.

Journal

Journal of Nutritional Science

DOI