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Table 4 Number (and percentage) of children in each condition whose fruit consumption increased, remained the same, and decreased, between baseline and follow-up measurements

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

  Changes in Fruit Consumption
Children Increase No Change Decrease
Intervention (N = 86) 40 (46.5%) 38 (44.2%) 8 (9.3%)
Control (N = 90) 17 (18.9%) 57 (63.3%) 16 (17.8%)