Social Determinants of Health–Related Needs During COVID-19 Among Low-Income Households With Children
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 17 — October 1, 2020
Figure. COVID-19-related changes in food insecurity, eating out, and food shopping behavior among low-income households with children (N = 1,048), Brighter Bites. All changes were significant at P < .001, except for shopping at a farmers market/food co-op/farm stand ≥1 time per week (P = .31).
|Factor||Fall 2019, %||April 2020, %||Pvalue|
|Have food insecurity||71.5||93.5||<.001|
|Never ate food from a restaurant in previous 7 days||12.7||61.6||<.001|
|Shop at a large chain grocery store ≥1 time per week||62.4||49.1||<.001|
|Shop at a small store or corner store ≥1 time per week||15.1||19.8||<.001|
|Shop at a farmers market/food co-op/farm stand ≥1 time per week||3.5||4.6||.31|
|Shop at a food bank/food pantry or other food distributions ≥1 time per week||3.2||13.4||<.001|
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