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Table 1 Familiarity, energy density (ED) and portion size of the healthy and unhealthy foods served in the buffet

From: Do hedonic- versus nutrition-based attitudes toward food predict food choices? a cross-sectional study of 6- to 11-year-olds

  Children who had tried the food (%) (pretest: n = 61) ED (kcal/100 g) Portion weight (g) Portion energy (kcal)
Red apple 100 53.2 30 ± 1 16 ± 0.5
Banana 100 93.6 30 ± 1 28 ± 0.9
Kiwi 93 57.7 30 ± 1 17 ± 0.6
Applesauce 100 54.0 40 ± 1 22 ± 0.5
Strawberries 100 28.5 30 ± 1 9 ± 0.3
Donuts 90 400 22 ± 1 88 ± 4.0
Chocolate cake 100 430 15 ± 1 65 ± 4.3
Smarties® 93 464 15 ± 1 70 ± 4.6
Kinder Bueno® 100 572 11 ± 1 63 ± 5.7
Gold Bears® 100 345 21 ± 1 72 ± 3.5
  1. Values are shown as the means ± SD. Energy density was obtained from the French food composition database [42] or from the food packaging when available