Nutrition Standards for Food Service Guidelines for Foods Served or Sold in Municipal Government Buildings or Worksites, United States, 2014
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 13 — December 22, 2016
Figure 1. Foods and nutrients addressed in municipal nutrition standards among United States municipalities that reported having them in 2014 (n = 63). National Survey of Community-Based Policy and Environmental Supports for Healthy Eating and Active Living.
|Food Type or Nutrient||Yes||No||Confidence Interval||Don’t Know|
|% of Municipalities Responding|
|Fruits and vegetables||79.4||11.1||69–89||9.5|
|Free drinking water||71.4||17.5||61–83||11.1|
Figure 2. Reported populations served by facilities in US municipalities that reported having written nutrition standards in 2014 (n = 63).National Survey of Community-Based Policy and Environmental Supports for Healthy Eating and Active Living.
|Population Served||Yes||No||Confidence Interval||Don’t Know|
|% of Municipalities Reporting|
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