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Table 4 Adjusted proportions of organic food intake out of total food intake, by food group, among consumers of organic foods

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

   Categories of consideration of future consequences Relative difference between Q4-Q1 (%) P a
  n Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Food groups   meanb SE meanb SE meanb SE meanb SE
All 25,828 20.39 0.26 22.40 0.25 23.89 0.25 27.12 0.25 33 < .0001
Fruits and vegetables
 (including juices and soups)
22,921 37.57 0.40 39.56 0.37 41.09 0.37 44.64 0.37 19 < .0001
Seafood 13,491 31.92 0.46 31.94 0.41 31.79 0.41 33.41 0.42 5 0.13
Meat, poultry, and processed meat 19,464 29.34 0.38 30.52 0.35 30.48 0.35 33.16 0.36 13 < .0001
Eggs 20,307 69.32 0.44 69.83 0.41 71.06 0.40 74.22 0.41 7 < .0001
Dairy products 18,936 36.50 0.47 38.16 0.43 40.24 0.43 43.59 0.43 19 < .0001
Starchy refined foods 21,385 34.05 0.42 35.86 0.39 37.47 0.38 41.41 0.38 22 < .0001
Whole-grain products 16,089 53.28 0.54 53.67 0.48 55.56 0.46 59.96 0.46 13 < .0001
Legumes 13,646 56.23 0.57 57.04 0.51 58.38 0.49 62.47 0.47 11 < .0001
Fats
 (oil, butter, and margarine)
19,635 47.52 0.49 48.40 0.45 51.31 0.44 55.35 0.44 16 < .0001
Fatty sweets
 (including cake, chocolate, ice cream, and pancakes)
19,000 29.06 0.41 30.56 0.37 31.88 0.36 34.72 0.36 19 < .0001
Non-fatty sweets
 (including honey, jelly, sugar, and candy)
18,336 52.19 0.49 53.12 0.45 55.05 0.44 58.63 0.44 12 < .0001
Fast food 14,224 32.28 0.49 33.67 0.44 34.09 0.42 37.94 0.42 18 < .0001
Snacks
 (including chips and salted biscuits)
12,183 41.84 0.57 41.64 0.50 43.74 0.49 47.81 0.47 14 < .0001
Dressings and sauces 15,099 38.79 0.54 40.06 0.49 41.64 0.48 46.18 0.47 19 < .0001
Dairy products and meat substitutes
 (including soya-based products)
9758 77.45 0.66 77.87 0.60 79.00 0.56 82.39 0.53 6 < .0001
Non-alcoholic beverages 18,487 17.74 0.29 19.21 0.26 19.53 0.26 21.40 0.25 21 < .0001
Alcoholic beverages 14,908 28.41 0.42 28.54 0.38 28.80 0.37 31.20 0.37 10 < .0001
  1. SE standard error
  2. aadjusted p-value for trend (correction for multiple testing with a Hochberg procedure)
  3. badjusted for 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