Peanut Paste/ Butter Consumption Frequency in the Republic of Uganda: Count Data Model Approach
AbstractPeanut paste/butter consumption frequency in the Republic of Uganda is analyzed using a household survey data. Estimation results from Zero-inflated Binomial regression conclude that education, household location, color of peanut paste, etc. are important. The ordinal logistic results conclude that peanut paste/butter consumption with vegetables is the most preferred option.
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Peanut-paste/butter; consumption frequency; Republic of Uganda; Zero-inflated Negative Binomial; Socioeconomic; Vitamin A fortification; household survey; Agricultural and Food Policy; Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety; International Development; Public Economics; Research Methods/ Statistical Methods; Q12; Q13;
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