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Table 2 Model estimates for the mixed effects analysis of the marginal means for the intervention conditions’ consumption dependent variables

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

Dependent Variable T1 mean T2 mean Mean difference
(std. error)
p 95% CI
Fruit 7.88 12.35 −9.47 (2.28) <.001 −14.00 to −4.93
Vegetables 28.72 26.84 1.88 (2.62) .473 −3.31 to 7.09
Vitamin C 6.60 9.58 −2.99 (0.89) <.01 −4.74 to −1.23
Fibre 2.55 3.21 −0.66 (0.14) <.001 −0.94 to − 0.39
Sugar 12.58 15.22 −2.63 (1.40) .064 −5.42 to 0.16
  1. Note: 95% CI = 95% confidence intervals for lower and upper bound from the pairwise comparison for baseline to follow-up