Food Choice Considerations Among American Indians Living in Rural Oklahoma: The THRIVE Study
Reports the findings of a modified Food Choices Values (FCV) Questionnaire administered to 83 American Indian (Chickasaw Nation and Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma) customers who shop at tribally owned convenience stores at least 3 times a week. Questionnaire requested information related to buying and eating food, including sensory appeal, safety, accessibility, weight control, convenience, and organic and comfort food. Research findings were used to design and implement a healthy retail intervention within two tribally owned and managed convenience stores.
Marianna S. Wetherill, Mary B. Williams, Micah L. Hartwell, et al.
Appetite, 128, 14-20
American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians · Food security and nutrition · Statistics and data · Oklahoma