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Table 1 Kindergarten staff’s perceived usefulness of the given intervention materials in the BRA-study (n = 48)

From: Exploring intervention components in association with changes in preschool children’s vegetable intake: the BRA-study

  Not at all To a small degree To some degree To a large degree
Posters
 A large poster (70 × 100 cm) with photos of vegetables 1 (2%) 7 (15%) 17 (35%) 23 (48%)
 Two small posters (A4) on amounts of vegetables 2 (4%) 10 (21%) 20 (42%) 16 (33%)
 Four small posters (A4) with ideas of “what to do” for each of the four determinantsa 4 (8%) 13 (27%) 19 (40%) 12 (25%)
Supplementary material
 Four child-aprons 5 (10%) 11 (23%) 13 (27%) 19 (40%)
 One fruit and vegetable memory game 2 (4%) 12 (25%) 18 (38%) 16 (33%)
 One hand blender 5 (10%) 11 (23%) 16 (33%) 16 (33%)
1-day inspirational course
 Practical training in the kitchen 2 (4%) 7 (15%) 24 (50%) 15 (31%)
 A theoretical session 4 (8%) 8 (17%) 25 (52%) 11 (23%)
 Make action plans 4 (8%) 8 (17%) 27 (56%) 9 (19%)
  1. Kindergarten departments
  2. aAvailability, accessibility, role model and encouragement