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./Journal of Nutritional Science

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

DOI