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screen shot of evaluation tool

This evaluation tool is a food-frequency questionnaire consisting of questions focusing on different categories of food consumed. Results are self-reported.

Listed in the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework Interpretive Guide.

Used to measure Indicator R3: Whole Grains

Brown University.
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Evaluation Framework Indicators
SNAP-Ed Connection Comments

Think about the way you usually eat. For each food topic, put a check mark in column A, B, or C. • Grains: 1 Serving = 1 slice bread or tortilla; ½ bagel, roll, English muffin, or pita; 1 cup cooked rice or pasta; 1 cup cereal Responses: Usually eat: less than 4 servings of grain products a day; 4–5 servings of grain products a day; 6 or more servings of grain products a day [R3b1,2] •Whole Grains Responses: Usually eat: White breads, white rice, low fiber cereals like corn flakes, Rice Krispies, etc.; Whole grain breads, brown rice, whole grain cereals like oatmeal, bran cereals, Wheaties, etc. [R3b1,2]

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