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Table 6. Percent of Participants Who Show Positive, Negative, and No Change from Baseline to Follow-up in Food Served in Their Child Care Program
      Percent of Participants Who Show
    Area of Food Served Positive Negative Change Change
    No Change
       Item 21. 100% fruit juice is offered (n=389) 24.9% 16.2% 58.9%
       Item 22. Chicken nuggets, fish sticks, hot dogs, 26.8% 17.3% 55.9% corn dogs, bologna, or other lunch meat, sausage,
or bacon are offered (n=365)
       Item 23. Whole grain bread, oatmeal, whole grain 34.6% 13.5% 51.9% cereal, brown rice, whole wheat tortillas, corn
tortillas, or other whole grains are offered (n=416)
       Item 24. Vegetables including fresh, frozen, or 32.9% 16.0% 51.1% canned are served (n=407)
       Item 25. Fruit including fresh, canned in water or 36.0% 11.4% 52.3% own juice, frozen, or dried, is served (n=367)
       Item 26. Unflavored milk or non-dairy alternative 21.6% 16.5% 61.9% served to children age 2 and older (n=436)
       Item 27. Flavored or sweetened milk is served 62.3% 18.0% 19.7% (n=61)
     Physical Activity
What is the general picture of physical activity in these child care environments and does coaching make a difference? Does it differ by care type?
Questions 28-34 asked participants to select whether they were “Already Doing,” “Making Progress,” “Planning to Do,” or “Not Planning to Do” a given practice at their care site. Participants were also given the option of “Does Not Apply to My Site.” Participants who answered an item with “Already Doing” and “Making Progress” represent the “Doing” category in Figure 3. Those who selected “Planning to Do” and “Not Planning to Do” represent the “Not Doing” category, and those who answered “Does Not Apply to My Site” are reported as is.
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