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Table 4 Odds ratios for fruit and vegetable consumption by metro status with distance to large supermarket

From: Associations of supermarket accessibility with obesity and fruit and vegetable consumption in the conterminous United States

  Metro (n = 568,584) Nonmetro (n = 267,697)
Age, 18-24 years (ref.)   
   25-34 0.81 [0.77, 0.84]** 0.81 [0.75, 0.88]**
   35-44 0.85 0.81, 0.89]** 0.84 [0.77, 0.91]**
   45-54 0.94 [0.90, 0.98]** 0.95 [0.88, 1.03]
   55-64 1.09 [1.04, 1.15]** 1.18 [1.09, 1.28]**
   65-74 1.41 [1.33, 1.49]** 1.58 [1.45, 1.72]**
   ≥ 75 1.84 [1.71, 1.97]** 1.99 [1.82, 2.18]**
Sex, Female (ref.)   
   Male 0.59 [0.58, 0.61]** 0.59 [0.56, 0.61]**
Race/ethnicity, White (ref.)   
   Black 1.08 [1.04, 1.12]** 0.95 [0.88, 1.03]
   Hispanic 1.17 [1.12, 1.23]** 1.18 [1.05, 1.31]**
   Asian 1.26 [1.16, 1.37]** 1.22 [0.99, 1.51]
   American Indian 1.38 [1.18, 1.62]** 1.36 [1.14, 1.62]**
   Other 1.34 [1.26, 1.43]** 1.24 [1.10, 1.40]**
Education, < High school (ref.)   
   H.S. 1.06 [1.00, 1.11]* 1.09 [1.02, 1.17]**
   Some college 1.30 [1.22, 1.39]** 1.48 [1.38, 1.59]**
   College grad 1.70 [1.61, 1.80]** 1.93 [1.80, 2.08]**
Income, < $15,000 (ref.)   
   $15,000-$24,999 1.06 [1.01, 1.12]* 1.16 [1.09, 1.23]**
   $25,000-$49,999 1.08 [1.01, 1.15]* 1.18 [1.10, 1.26]**
   $50,000-$74,999 1.12 [1.04, 1.19]** 1.29 [1.20, 1.39]**
   ≥ $75,000 1.25 [1.16, 1.35]** 1.43 [1.33, 1.55]**
Region, Northeast (ref)   
   Midwest 0.80 [0.77, 0.83]** 0.83 [0.77, 0.89]**
   South 0.90 [0.86, 0.94]** 0.89 [0.83, 0.95]**
   West 0.98 [0.93, 1.03] 0.96 [0.88, 1.04]
Supermarket distance, log10   
   Large supermarket 0.95 [0.92, 0.99]* 0.99 [0.91, 1.06]
  1. Note: Numbers in brackets are 95% confidence intervals for odds ratios.
  2. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01