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Table 3 Logistic regression models between CFC and the likelihood to consume organic foods

From: Association between time perspective and organic food consumption in a large sample of adults

   Quartiles of consideration of future consequencesa  
   Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 P b
Food groups n Ref. OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)  
All 27,634 1 1.24 (1.09, 1.40) 1.51 (1.32, 1.74) 1.88 (1.62, 2.20) .0043
Fruits and vegetables (including juices and soups) 27,618 1 1.22 (1.12, 1.33) 1.46 (1.33, 1.60) 1.74 (1.58, 1.92) < .0001
Seafood 26,579 1 1.20 (1.12, 1.29) 1.26 (1.18, 1.36) 1.30 (1.21, 1.39) .32
Meat, poultry, and processed meat 26,550 1 1.15 (1.07, 1.24) 1.31 (1.21, 1.42) 1.34 (1.23, 1.46) .08
Eggs 26,494 1 1.18 (1.09, 1.27) 1.34 (1.23, 1.46) 1.53 (1.40, 1.67) .0008
Dairy products 27,177 1 1.20 (1.11, 1.29) 1.36 (1.26, 1.47) 1.55 (1.43, 1.68) .0003
Starchy refined foods 27,603 1 1.22 (1.13, 1.32) 1.49 (1.38, 1.62) 1.78 (1.63, 1.94) < .0001
Whole-grain products 22,527 1 1.25 (1.15, 1.36) 1.49 (1.37, 1.62) 1.66 (1.52, 1.82) .0002
Legumes 24,811 1 1.18 (1.09, 1.27) 1.35 (1.25, 1.46) 1.55 (1.44, 1.68) < .0001
Fats (oil, butter, and margarine) 27,537 1 1.22 (1.13, 1.31) 1.38 (1.28, 1.49) 1.67 (1.54, 1.81) < .0001
Fatty sweets (including cake, chocolate, ice cream, and pancakes) 27,501 1 1.23 (1.15, 1.33) 1.48 (1.37, 1.60) 1.67 (1.55, 1.81) < .0001
Non-fatty sweets (including honey, jelly, sugar, and candy) 26,296 1 1.22 (1.13, 1.31) 1.42 (1.32, 1.54) 1.62 (1.49, 1.75) < .0001
Fast food 26,838 1 1.24 (1.16, 1.33) 1.44 (1.34, 1.55) 1.57 (1.46, 1.69) .0002
Snacks (including chips and salted biscuits) 25,902 1 1.26 (1.17, 1.36) 1.42 (1.32, 1.53) 1.63 (1.51, 1.76) < .0001
Dressings and sauces 27,126 1 1.23 (1.15, 1.32) 1.40 (1.30, 1.50) 1.58 (1.47, 1.70) < .0001
Dairy products and meat substitutes (including soya-based products) 11,382 1 1.19 (1.02, 1.38) 1.36 (1.17, 1.59) 1.51 (1.28, 1.77) .30
Non-alcoholic beverages 27,552 1 1.20 (1.12, 1.29) 1.44 (1.33, 1.55) 1.72 (1.59, 1.85) < .0001
Alcoholic beverages 25,417 1 1.21 (1.13, 1.30) 1.40 (1.30, 1.51) 1.59 (1.48, 1.72) < .0001
  1. aModel 2: model adjusted on age, gender, education level, occupational status, monthly income per household unit, place of residence, BMI, energy intake, mPNNS-GS (modified Programme National Nutrition Santé Guideline Score), and total food intake of the food group considered in the model
  2. badjusted p-value for trend (correction for multiple testing with a Hochberg procedure)