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Fig. 2 | International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity

Fig. 2

From: A low-cost Behavioural Nudge and choice architecture intervention targeting school lunches increases children’s consumption of fruit: a cluster randomised trial

Fig. 2

Boxplots showing children’s daily consumption of fiber, vitamin C, and sugar at lunchtime. Medians, interquartile ranges, and distributions of children’s consumption in grams for fruit, fiber and sugar, and milligrams for vitamin C are shown at baseline (striped bars) and follow-up (solid bars) for the intervention and control condition. Key statistics for pairwise within- and between-condition tests are presented to aid interpretation of the data

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