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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics of the participants (n = 10)

From: Needs and perceptions regarding healthy eating among people at risk of food insecurity: a qualitative analysis

 Age category in yearsSexEducational levelHousehold incomeEmployment statusMarital statusMigration backgroundFood Bank useBMI1 categoryDiet quality scoreFood security status
Participant number
 145–50MaleISCED 2Below basic needs budgetCurrently paid jobTwo parent householdMoroccanNoOverweight36/ 60Food insecure
 240–45FemaleISCED 2Below basic needs budgetCurrently no paid jobSingle parent householdColombianNoOverweight31/ 60Food insecure
 345–50FemaleISCED 2Below basic needs budgetCurrently no paid jobSingle parent householdSurinameseNoObese Class I (moderately obese)29/ 60Food insecure
 440–45FemaleISCED 5Below basic needs budgetCurrently paid jobSingle parent householdSurinameseNoOverweight33/ 60Food secure
 540–45FemaleISCED 2Below basic needs budgetCurrently paid jobSingle parent householdCuracaoNoObese Class I (moderately obese)41/ 60Food insecure
 640–45MaleISCED 1Below basic needs budgetCurrently no paid jobTwo parent householdMoroccanYesObese Class I (moderately obese)35/ 60Food insecure
 735–40FemaleISCED 4Below basic needs budgetCurrently no paid jobTwo parent householdPolishNoObese Class I (moderately obese)31/ 60Food secure
 850–55FemaleISCED 1Below basic needs budgetCurrently no paid jobSingle parent householdMoroccanNoObese Class III (Very severely obese)46/ 60Food insecure
 945–50FemaleISCED 7Above basic needs budgetCurrently paid jobTwo parent householdSurinameseNoOverweight32/ 60Food secure
 1035–40FemaleISCED 3Above basic needs budgetCurrently paid jobSingle parent householdSurinameseNoOverweight43/ 60Food insecure
  1. 1BMI Body Mass Index