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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Analysis of egg consumption in palu and sigi district communities

Author: KETUT SUARAYASA, JULIUS SUGIHARTO, SAIRAMA SARAGIH, VITA ARISTYANITA, BERTIN AYU WANDIRA
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine awareness, knowledge, attitudes, beliefs and practices among pregnant mother, lactating women and parents or caregivers of children under 5 for egg consumption. The quantitative research method has been selected as the most viable method to gain an in-depth understanding of the target audience, their knowledge, attitudes, beliefs perceptions and practices around eggs. There is no difference in the level of knowledge based on the characteristics of the household and village location, but there is a difference in the level of knowledge based on the level of education. There is no difference in attitude based on the characteristics of the household and education level. There are differences in the average egg consumption in pregnant woman, lactating mothers, and children under five. Most respondents have the confidence to consume eggs because they are beneficial to health or get better (> 60% of respondents). The proportion of food expenditure compared to the total expenditure of respondents per month <50% while the total expenditure for egg consumption at the household level is around 6.4% - 9.6% of the total food expenditure per month. Most respondents agreed that access to eggs was easy (93.2%). There is a positive correlation between an increase in household expenditure and an increase in the availability of eggs in the household.
Keyword: knowledge, awareness, attitudes, actions, beliefs, food purchasing power, decision making, eggs consumption
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/202 1.13.01.100
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