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Table 4 School lunch satisfaction during baseline and intervention period amongst pupils in grades 5 and 8

From: Sustainable and acceptable school meals through optimization analysis: an intervention study

 All schoolsp*School 1p*School 2p*School 3p*
(n = 324a)(n = 143a)(n = 117a)(n = 64a)
BaselineInterventionBaselineInterventionBaselineInterventionBaselineIntervention
(n = 272b)(n = 270b)(n = 123b)(n = 122b)(n = 99b)(n = 85b)(n = 50b)(n = 63b)
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Oveall rating  0.856  0.518  0.922  0.689
 Very good/good3634 3730 3530 3642 
 Less good3435 3438 3338 3831 
 Bad3031 2932 3232 2627 
Food tastes good  0.768  0.653  0.596  0.472
 Always/almost always2927 2724 3328 2634 
 Rarely/never7173 7376 6772 7466 
Frequency of eating  0.929 0.9   0.439  0.829
  ≤ 3 times/week4546 5048 4047 4541 
 4–5 times/week5554 5052 6053 5559 
Satiety after lunch  0.929  0.855  0.315  0.560
 Always/almost always4443 3941 5142 4047 
 Rarely/never5657 6159 4958 6053 
Frequency of leaving plate waste  0.312  1.000  0.177  0.582
 Always/almost always3439 3333 3647 3239 
 Rarely/never6661 6767 6453 6861 
  1. aNumber of pupils in grades 5 and 8
  2. bNumber of pupils in grades 5 and 8 that answered the online questionnaire
  3. *Tested by means of Pearson’s chi-squared test