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Predicting percentage of individuals consuming foods from percentage of households purchasing foods to improve the use of household budget surveys in estimating food chemical intakes
Public Health Nutrition
Objective: To examine the hypothesis that there is sufficient agreement between percentage of households purchasing selected foods using household budget surveys and percentage of individuals consuming these foods as determined in individualbased surveys to allow the former to act as a surrogate for the latter when estimating food chemical intakes using household budget data. Design: Database study. Setting: Databases from Sweden, The Netherlands, Ireland and the UK. Subjects: 319 foods (Swedendoi:10.1079/phn19980040 pmid:10933424 fatcat:ttr3mw7bgrhxte3isrnr7srotm