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Table 3 Comparison of food insecurity status between baseline and one-year follow-up, using Food Sufficiency Indicator (FSI) (N = 64)

From: Impact of fruits and vegetables vouchers on food insecurity in disadvantaged families from a Paris suburb

  Baseline One year follow-up p value*
n % n %
All (n = 64)
 Food sufficiency 14 21.9 22 34.4 0.10
 Food insufficiency 50 78.1 42 65.6
Intervention group (N = 34)      
 Food sufficiency 5 14.7 13 38.2 0.03
 Food insufficiency 29 85.3 21 61.8
Control group (N = 30)
 Food sufficiency 9 30 9 30 1.00
 Food insufficiency 21 70 21 70
Participation in workshops (N = 42)
 Food sufficiency 7 16.7 13 30.9 0.11
 Food insufficiency 35 83.3 29 69.1
No participation (N = 22)
 Food sufficiency 7 31.8 9 40.9 0.44
 Food insufficiency 15 68.2 13 52.1
  1. *Proportion of families with food insufficiency between inclusion and follow-up were compared within each group using McNemar tests
  2. † Comparison of FSI between intervention and control groups at inclusion (Fisher exact test): p value = 0.23
  3. Difference-in-difference test p value = 0.12