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Table 6 Predicted Probabilities for Differences in Beverage and Food Consumption among Adults in NYC after Menu Labeling Legislation† (n = 435)

From: Consumer purchasing patterns in response to calorie labeling legislation in New York City

  Ordered a Caloric Beverage Ordered a Salad Ordered Regular Salad Dressing
Did Not See Calorie Information (Reference Group) (n = 195) 0.22 0.06 0.24
Saw Calorie Information But Did Not Use Information (95% CI) (n = 178) 0.13** 0.04** 0.39
Saw Calorie Information and Used Information (95% CI) (n = 62) 0.13 0.15** 0.57*
  1. *p≤0.10; **p < 0.05; ***p < 0.01;
  2. † Logistic Regression analysis and generated predicted probabilities controlling for age, race, gender, and restaurant type. Standard errors were clustered based on restaurant.