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Operation Nutribooth. 2. A follow-up study of San Juan clients

Philippine Journal of Nutrition 34(2): 93-98

Operation Nutribooth. 2. A follow-up study of San Juan clients

2. A "nutribooth" is a booth offering nutrition information to the public. A sample of 150 persons out of 950 registered clients of a nutribooth in San Juan, Philippines, was studied by interview, using a questionnaire. Use of the booth ranged from one visit to a weekly visit. The booth was considered to be a credible source of information.

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