Estimated Per Capita Water Ingestion and
Body Weight in the United States-An Update
Based on Data Collected by the United States Department of
  Agriculture's 1994-1996 and 1998 Continuing Survey of
              Food Intakes by Individuals
            U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
                    Office of Water
              Office of Science and Technology
                 Washington, DC 20460

                 ww\v. epa.gov/safewater/
                   EPA-822-R-00-001
                    October, 2004

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     Estimated Per Capita Water
  Ingestion and Body Weight in the
      United States-An Update
Based on Data Collected by the United States Department of
  Agriculture's 1994-1996 and 1998 Continuing Survey of
            Food Intakes by Individuals

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                        ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
   The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Science and Technology (OST), Office
of Water, developed and produced this report. Science Application International Corporation (SA1C)
provided statistical and technical support under EPA contract Nos. 68-C-99-233 and 68-C-02-009,
WA-1-46.

Dr. Henry D. Kahn, of the Statistical and Analytical Support Branch, Engineering and Analysis Division,
OST, and Dr. Julie Du, Senior Toxicologist, of the Health and Ecological Effects Division, OST, served
as the EPA Work Assignment Managers. Dr. Du and Dr. Kahn provided overall direction and
coordination of the report. Drs. Rita Schoeny and Amal Mahfouz of the Health and Ecological Effects
Division, OST reviewed drafts of the report and provided technical assistance.

Kathleen Stralka was the S AIC Work Assignment Manager and a principal author.  Dung Bich Phan and
Jan Coutson of SAIC provided computer programming and graphic support. Kristen Knight performed
technical editing.

In addition, the authors are indebted to Annetta Cook, Food Technologist, the U.  S. Department of
Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, for her time, advice and encouragement.

The authors are especially grateful to Helen Jacobs who, before her retirement in 2002, provided
exceptional leadership in the use of the CSF1I data to develop previous reports on the consumption of
water and fish and who contributed significantly to the early work on this report.  Without the tireless
efforts of Ms. Jacobs, this report would not have been possible.

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                                      PREFACE
    The United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) generated the estimates in this report
in response to legislative mandates in the Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996. These
mandates require up-to-date information on water ingestion to identify subpopulations at elevated risk of
health effects from exposure to contaminants in drinking water. The estimates also support
characterization of health risks to sensitive populations from contaminants in drinking water. The
estimates in this document characterize the empirical distributions of 2-day average per capita ingestion
of water for specific subpopulations. Subpopulation estimates apply to demographic categories, but do
not distinguish individuals with a history of serious illness or with lifestyles that effect water ingestion.

    Specifically, this report  presents current estimates of per capita water ingestion generated from dietary
and demographic data collected in a survey conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture
(USDA) in 1994 through 1996 and 1998. In this survey, known as the Continuing Survey of Food
Intakes by Individuals (CSFII), 2 nonconsecutive days of food ingestion data were collected from a
sample of more than 20,000 individuals in the 50 states and the District of Columbia.  Respondent
information, in conjunction with food code, recipe, and nutrient data from USDA, provide the means to
estimate per capita ingestion of plain drinking water (direct water) and water ingested  indirectly.
"Indirect water" is defined as water used in the final preparation of foods and beverages at home or by
food service establishments  such as school cafeterias and restaurants. For this report, quantities of
ingested water reported in the CSFII  1994-1996 and 1998 were averaged by participant to generate a 2-
day average. These daily average ingestion amounts comprise the empirical distributions from which
mean and upper percentile per capita ingestion estimates were produced.  Previously, a report based on
the  1994-1996 data was released in April 2000 (see httD://www.eDa.gov/ost/drinking/percapita//).
Subsequently, additional data collected in 1998—comprised of responses for approximately 5,000
children aged 9  and younger—were made available. The availability of the additional data and the ability
to produce additional analyses not included in the previous report provided the impetus for the work
documented in this report.

    The CSFII survey, and consequently estimates reported in this document, extrapolate to the
population of the United States.  The population per capita ingestion estimates are augmented with
estimates of per capita ingestion for various population subsets. These population subsets include (1)
gender and age categories and (2) pregnant, lactating, and childbearing-age women. Subpopulation
ingestion estimates support assessments of "at risk" populations.

    Water ingestion rates for the overall population and for subpopulations have several important
applications within EPA.  Information on water ingestion is used in risk assessment and regulations that
involve the use of default values (i.e., generally assumed amounts) for water ingestion and in the
estimation of risks to highly exposed and/or sensitive populations.

    It is important to emphasize that risk is a function of both exposure and sensitivity. Sensitivity is
determined by genetics, developmental stage (old as well as young), lifestyle, and preexisting disease
conditions. With the exception of age, these other determinants of sensitivity are not addressed in this
report.

    Water ingestion estimates in this document support the evaluation and possible revision of the

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standard water ingestion quantities (default values) of 2 liters for a 70 kilogram average adult and 1 L for
a 10 kg child. These standard quantities are used by mamy agencies, including EPA and the World Health
Organization (WHO).  The 2 L standard is supported by a 1989 National Cancer Institute report on tap
water consumption (Ershow and Cantor, 1989).  Estimates of water ingested in this report differ from the
estimates reported by Ershow and Cantor for several reasons. Ershow and Cantor's estimates are based
on data from the 1977-78 USDA National Food Consumption Survey (NFCS) while the estimates
reported here are based on 1994-96 and 1998 data. Also, the 1989 report presents estimates of tap water
ingestion. Ershow and Cantor define tap water as "water from the household tap." In this report, water
coming from the tap is distinguished by source.  Sources of water coming from the tap may include:
community water, household well or cistern, a household or public spring, and other.  Thus, estimates in
this report are expected to differ from those reported in 1989 because the estimates in this report
incorporate more recent ingestion data and thus reflect changes in ingestion behavior.  Estimates also will
differ between the 1989 report and this report because the sources of water ingested are more definitive in
{his report. A third way that the estimates in this report differ from those in the 1989 report is that the
1994-96 and 1998 data include water ingestion by pregnant and lactating women. Those women were
excluded from the 1989 report.  To further address changes in water ingestion patterns, this report
provides separate estimates for community water, bottled water, and water from other sources.

    This report consists of the following chapters:

       Executive Summary, summarizes the most pertinent information contained in this report,
       including the main features of the CSFII data collection and results from the analysis.

    •   Chapter 1, Definitions, identifies water-related terms used in the report. Definitions distinguish
       indirect water  from direct water, and identify waiter sources.

       Chapter 2, Sources of Data, describes the USDA surveys, summarizes the method of data
       collection, and identifies the respondent data files and concomitant information files used to
       establish the estimates. (Appendix D provides the details of the sample design.)

    •   Chapter 3, Methods, presents the means of determining source and amount of direct water
       ingested by survey respondents. Conventions for identifying and determining the amount of
       water ingested indirectly through food preparations also are presented.  Data convention
       descriptions are followed by a summary of the statistical methods used for generating mean and
       empirical percentile estimates and the size of the  subpopulation to which the estimates are
       applicable. (Appendix D records statistical estimation formulae.)

       Chapter 4, Estimated Per Capita Water Ingestion by Broad Age Categories, provides an
       overview of key daily water ingestion estimates for the following age categories: infants and
       babies younger than 1 year of age, children between  the ages of 1 and 10 years, adolescents aged
        11 to 19 years, and adults aged 20 years and older. This chapter also records per capita water
       ingestion estimates across all age categories. Results are augmented with graphical presentations
       and numerous  tables of the empirical distribution of estimated average daily per capita ingestion
       of water.

       Chapter 5, Estimates of Water Ingestion: Additional Results for Fine Age Categories,
       presents estimates and provides a narrative characterizing key daily water ingestion estimates for
       age categories that are smaller in range than those reported in Chapter 4. Estimates for infants and
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       babies are reported in two age categories: those younger than 6 months of age and those between
       the ages of 6 months and 1 year. Ingestion estimates for children are presented for four age
       categories: those younger than 2 years of age, children between the ages of 1  and 3 years,
       children between the ages of 4 to 6, and children aged 7 to 10 years. Adolescent daily water
       ingestion statistics are recorded for individuals aged 11 to 14 years and aged 15 to 19 years.
       Finally, adult ingestion estimates are recorded for individuals between the ages of 20 to 24 years,
       25 to 54 years, 55 to 64 years and aged 65 and older.

    •   Chapter 6, Additional Results: Women of Child Bearing Age, presents estimates of mean and
       upper percentile daily average water ingestion for women between the ages of 15 and 44.
       Ingestion estimates are provided for nonpregnant and nonlactating women in that age category.
       Specific estimates also are provided for pregnant women and lactating women.  Tabulated
       estimates from the 1994-96  and 1998 CSFII are juxtaposed to estimates for this cohort reported
       by Burmaster in a 1998 issue of Risk Analysis. The chapter includes a comparison of CSFII
       estimates to the results based on the 1978 National Food Consumption Survey reported by
       Burmaster.

       Chapter 7, Estimated Mean and Percentiles of Body Weight by Age and Gender, provides
       current estimates from the distributions of body weights by age and gender. These body weight
       estimates were generated from the 1994-96 and 1998 CSFII data, the same source of data used to
       produce the water ingestion estimates included in this report. The use of the same survey data for
       both the water ingestion estimates and body weight estimates establishes consistency between
       results and comparability of estimates.

    •   Chapter 8, Discussion, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the CSFII for estimating
       per capita water ingestion in the United States. Sources of error, bias, and uncertainty are
       defined, and conclusions are presented.

    Material included in the appendices augment the data convention descriptions and methods described
in Chapters 2 and 3.  Appendix E presents tabulated estimates of per capita water ingestion by water
source and subpopulation for all respondents and for "consumers only."

    • Appendix A, CSFII Survey Questions Pertaining to Water Ingestion, lists the household level
     questions that are used to determine water source, individual-level questions that identify the
     number of fluid ounces and source of directly ingested water, and food item questions for
     determining foods with water added at home  or by  a food service facility.

   •  Appendix B, Examples of Procedures Used in the Estimation of Indirect Water Ingestion,
     provides three sets of examples.  For food codes that were prepared at home or by food service
     establishments, Appendix BI identifies how the proportion of indirect water in  100 grams of each
     food was estimated and provides examples. Appendix B2 provides examples, supplied by USDA,
     of how to estimate preparation water absorbed in foods such as cooked pasta, rice, cereal grains,
     beans, and legumes.  USDA guidance and examples for calculating the percent and amount of
     moisture in 100 grams of food  follow in Appendix  B3.

   •  Appendix C, 1994-96, and 1998 CSFII Food Codes, lists CSFII food codes at the three-digit
     level and the assignments of percentage of indirect water and commercial water in Appendices Cl
     and C2, respectively.  Commercially added waters are not included in the ingestion estimates


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presented in this report. Appendices C3 and C4 lis,t food codes arid their corresponding proportions
of water in 100 grams of food.

Appendix D, Statistical Methods and Sample Design, provides the statistical formulae for
generating point and interval estimates about the mean and upper percentiles of the distribution of
2-day average per capita water ingestion. This appendix also provides the details of the sample
design.

Appendix E, Per Capita Water Ingestion Estimates, includes tabulated presentations of per
capita water ingestion estimates. All estimates are1 from empirical distributions of 2-day average
amounts of water ingested. This appendix presents tables for the entire population and for
individuals in specific subpopulations  in four part}. Parts I and IJ record estimates of direct,
indirect, and both direct and indirect water ingestion for all individuals.  Parts III and IV contain
water ingestion estimates  for "consumers only." These estimates include only individuals who
reported ingestion of the water under consideration. Therefore, these estimates do not include
individuals who reported zero amounts of water ingested from the water source under consideration.
Biological and commercially added waters are not included in the amounts of indirect water
ingested.

Five sets of estimates comprise each part of this appendix. The five sets differ by the source of
water ingested.  These sources are community water, bottled water, water from other sources,
missing source, and all sources.  Each  part contains three tables of estimates for each water source.
The tables report water ingestion estimates by gender and broad age category;  fine age category;
and pregnant, lactating, and childbearing-age women. For each water source, ingestion estimates
contained in Parts I and Parts III are reported in units of milliliters per person per day.  Units for
Parts II and IV are in milliliters per kilogram of body weight per day.

Appendix F, Final SAB Report and EPA Response, includes the results of a review of the July
1999 version of this report by the Drinking Water Intake Subcommittee (DW1S), a special
subcommittee of the EPA Science Advisory Board (SAB). EPA's response to this report also is
included. The 1999 draft  report reviewed by the SAB contained methods and data from the 1994
through 1996 CSFI1.  EPA published the report iri April 2000. Per capita estimates reported in the
current document augment the 1994 through 1996 estimates with data from the 1998 CSFII. The
methods and data conventions applied to generate the estimates in this December 2002 report are
identical to those reviewed by the SAB.

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                        EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
   The Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments of 1996 requires the U.S. EPA to conduct studies
characterizing health risk to sensitive populations and to identify subpopulations at elevated risk of health
effects from exposure to contaminants in drinking water.  The process of establishing human risk requires
up-to-date information on water ingestion, and this report responds to that need. The objective of this
report is to provide current estimates of water ingestion for the population of the United States and
selected subpopulations. The subpopulations include gender and age categories, pregnant women,
lactating women and women of childbearing age. These ingestion estimates may be used in estimating
risk to human health from the ingestion of water that may be contaminated. Knowledge of water ingestion
is very important to the mission of the Office of Water, and credible national estimates of drinking water
ingestion are of great utility to many other EPA programs as well.

   The reported estimates were calculated using data from the combined 1994,1995,1996, and  1998
Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals (CSFII), conducted by the United States Department of
Agriculture (USDA). The CSFII is a complex, multistage area probability sample of the entire United
States, and is conducted to  survey the food and beverage intake of the U.S. population. The CSFII
collected 2 nonconsecutive days of food ingestion data from  a sample of more than 20,000 individuals.
These daily average ingestion amounts comprise the empirical distributions from which mean and upper
percentile per capita ingestion estimates are produced. A previous report, based on the 1994—1996 data
was issued in April 2000 (see httD^/www.epa.gov/os^drinking/percapita/A. The USDA released
additional data collected in 1998 for approximately  5,000 children aged 9 and younger following
completion of the April 2000 report.  Subequently, additional analyses that include the 1998 data were
performed and are documented in this report.

   This report, like EPA's 2000 edition, provides ingestion estimates of direct water, "indirect water" and
both direct and indirect water combined .' Estimated amounts of water ingested by water source also are
provided.  Sources  include: community water, bottled water, other sources, and all of the above-
mentioned sources  combined (total water).2  "Other sources" include water from private household wells
and rain cisterns, and household and public springs. Additionally, the report provides estimates of water
ingestion for "all individuals and for "consumers only."  The estimates for all individuals are based on all
survey respondents in the population (or subpopulation) under consideration, including those who
reported no consumption of the water from the source under consideration during the 2 survey days.
Because there are some people who did not ingest water during the 2-day survey (referred to as "zero"
consumers), especially the very young children, a separate group called "consumers only" was created.
The estimates for "consumers only" are based on only those respondents in the population (or
subpopulation) of interest who reported ingestion of the water from the source under consideration during
the 2 survey days, and excludes the "zero" consumers. All estimates are provided in units of milliliters
per person per day  (mL/person/day) and milliliters per kilogram of body weight per day (mL/kg/day).
        'For the purpose of this report, indirect water docs not include water found naturally in foods (biological water) and
water added by commercial food and beverage manufacturers (commercial water).

        References in this report to the ingeslion of community water, bottled water, and other water refer to the ingestion of
the combined amount of direct and indirect community, bottled, or other water, respectively.

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   By incorporating the 1998 CSFII data, the sample for children younger than 11 years of age increased
from 4,339 to 9,643 children. In particular, the sample Size for children younger than 1 year of age
increased from 359 to 1,486, while the sample size for children between the ages of I through 10 years of
age increased from 3,980 to 8,157 children.  These increased sample sizes supported the generation of
ingestion estimates for smaller (finer) age range categories.  Chapter 5 in this report presents daily
average per capita ingestion estimates by fine age categories. In particular, this chapter now provides
water ingestion estimates for infants younger than 6 mofiths of age and for children between the ages of 6
months to 1 year.

   In addition to updating the daily average per capita water ingestion estimates listed in the April 2000
report, three new chapters of estimates have been added ito this report. Chapter 5 presents estimates by
fine age categories. Chapter 6  provides estimates of water ingestion for women of childbearing age, from
15 to 44. Mean and upper percentile estimates of water ingestion are provided for nonpregnant and
nonlactating women in the age category, as well as for pregnant women and lactating women. Chapter 6
also compares the current water ingestion estimates generated from CSFII 1994-96 and 1998 data with
estimates published by Ershow et al. (1991). Finally, Chapter 7 presents estimates of body weight
distributions for the U.S. population and for selected subpopulations. The body weight estimates were
generated from the same CSFII data  from which water pngestion estimates were produced. That is,
participants in the CSFII survey reported their body weight in addition to their food and beverage intake.
The results presented in this report may be used in risk'assessment analyses where exposures that occur
through ingestion of water are of concern.  The ingestion estimates presented provide the basis for
evaluation of the proportion of the population that may be affected under various exposure scenarios.

   On average, the estimated daily per capita ingestion of community water is 926 mL/person/day.
Considering water from all sources, the mean per capita daily average total water ingestion is 1.233 L.
The estimated 90lh percentiles  of the distributions of daily average per capita water ingestion by the U.S.
population are 2.014 L of community water and 2.341 L of water from all sources.

      Two liters per person per day has been used as the default value for water ingestion by EPA, other
Federal agencies, and the WHO.  Chapter 4 of this report shows that the estimated 90th percentile of
community water ingestion for the general population (males and females of all ages) is 2 L per day (2.1
L for males, and 1.9 L per day for females), and that the estimated 90th percentile of total water ingestion
is 2.3 L per day (2.5 L per day for males and 2.2 L per day for females)

   Chapter 4 of this report also shows that the estimated 85lh percentile of community water ingestion for
males twenty years and older is 2 L per day. For male$ twenty and older, the estimated 76th percentile of
ingestion of water from all sources (total water) is 2 L per day.  For women aged twenty and older, the
estimated 88lh percentile of community water ingestion is 2 L per day while the estimated 82nd percentile
of total water for women twenty and older is 2 L per day.

   Estimates of per capita water ingestion based on "consumers only" are higher than those based on all
individuals, because respondents reporting zero community water ingestion during the 2 survey days were
excluded from the analysis.  For "consumers only," the estimated mean per capita ingestion of community
water is 1.0 L/person/day and the 90th percentile ingestion estimate is 2.069 L. For "consumers only" the
estimated mean ingestion is 1.242 L/person/day of total water and the estimated 90th percentile of total
water ingestion is 2.345 L per day.

   When viewed across genders and all age categories, the mean per capita total water ingestion is  1,233
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mL/person/day; 75 percent from community water, 13 percent from bottled water, 10 percent from other
sources (well, spring and cistern, etc.), and 2 percent from nonidentified sources.

   The mean community and total water ingestion for males is statistically significantly higher than by
females in all age groups except for individuals younger than  1 year of age. The highest mean per capita
ingestion by males occurs in the 20 years and older group.

   Lactating women have the highest community water ingestion of any subpopulation identified in the
sample. Lactating women have an estimated mean 2-day average ingestion of 1.379 L and estimated
90th percentile  of 2.872 L/day of community water (see Table 4.1.E). For lactating women, 2 L per day
corresponds to the estimated 67"1 percentile of community water ingestion and the estimated 62nd
percentile ingestion of water from all sources.

   Children younger than 1 year of age  have an estimated mean ingestion of 327 mL of community
water per day and an estimated 90th percentile of 872 mL of community water per day. The estimated 95"1
percentile of community water ingestion for children younger than 1  is 1.031 L per day. For total water,
children younger than 1 year of age have an estimated mean ingestion of 488 mL/person/day. "Consumers
only" children younger than 1 year old have an estimated mean ingestion of 502 mL of community
water/person/day. The estimated 90th percentile of community water ingestion for "consumers only"
children younger than 1 year of age is 976 mL/person/day. Thus, the standard 1 L ingestion rate used in
risk assessments for children weighing 10 kg is approximately equal  to the 90* percentile of the
empirical distribution of community water ingestion  for children younger than 1 year.

   When considering water ingestion rates based on units of milliliters per kilogram of body weight per
day, the estimated rate for children younger than 6 months of age is  the highest of any of the rates
estimated for the fine age  categories. Estimated mean ingestion rates for babies younger than 6 months of
age are three to four times higher than the estimated mean ingestion rates of community and total water
for the "all individuals" adult (20 years or older) population. For "consumers only," the mean community
water ingestion estimate per kilogram of body weight for children younger than 6 months of age—95
mL/kg/day—is six times higher than that for "consumers only" adults (16 mL/kg/day). The estimated
mean ingestion rate of water from all sources (total water) for "consumers only" children younger than 6
months of age is five times higher than that for "consumers only" adults (see Table 5.2.A2).

   The CSFI1 surveys have advantages and limitations for estimating per capita water ingestion. The
primary advantage of the CSFI1 surveys  is that they were designed and conducted by the USDA to
support unbiased estimation of food consumption across the population in the United States.  One
limitation of the CSFII surveys is that individual food consumption data were collected for only 2
days—a brief period that does not necessarily depict  "usual intake."  Usual dietary intake is defined as
"the long-run average of daily intakes by an individual."  Upper percentile estimates may differ for short-
term and long-term data because short-term food consumption data tend to be inherently more variable. It
is important to note, however, that variability due to duration of the survey does not result in bias of
estimates of overall mean consumption levels.  A second limitation is that the multistage survey design
does not support interval estimates for many of the subpopulations reported in this document because of
sparse representation in the sample. Therefore, only  mean and percentile estimates are reported for all
subpopulations considered here. The survey does support interval estimates for the U.S. population and
some large subpopulations that are presented in Chapter 4.  A third limitation is that the survey design
does not support generating water consumption estimates for certain subpopulations of interest, including
Native Americans with traditional lifestyles, people who live in hot climates, people who consume large
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amounts of water because of physical activity, and people with medical conditions necessitating increased
water intake. While these individuals were participants jn the survey, they are not present in sufficient
numbers to support separate water ingestion estimates.

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                      TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section                                                                        Page

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS	 i

PREFACE  	 i

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 	 v

TABLE OF CONTENTS	  xii

LIST OF FIGURES	 xiv

LIST OF KEY TABLES 	  xvii

1.  DEFINITIONS 	 1-1

2.  USDA's CSFII SURVEY DESCRIPTION AND FILES  	 2-1
   2.1   Survey Description 	 2-1
   2.2   Dietary Records	 2-2
   2.3   Data Files	2-2
   2.4   Survey Weights	2-2

3.  METHODS	 3-1
   3.1   Data Conventions Applied to the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII Data  	 3-1
   3.2   Statistical Methods 	 3^
   3.3   Rounding Procedures  	 3-6
   3.4   Units of Measure Including Conversion Factors	 3-6
   3,5   Asterisked Estimates	 3-6

4.  ESTIMATED PER CAPITA WATER INGESTION BY BROAD AGE CATEGORIES	4-1
   4.1   Estimated Per Capita Ingestion of Community Water  	4-2
   4.2   Estimates of Per Capita Community Water Ingestion By Gender 	4-4
   4.3   Per Capita Estimates of Community Water Ingestion By Children Younger Than One
        Year of Age  	 4-4
   4.4   Per Capita Ingestion of Community Water For Women in Childbearing Years	4-5
   4.5   fngestion of Bottled Water and Water From Other Sources  	 4-6
   4.6   Estimated Per Capita Total Water Consumption  	 4-8
   4.7   Estimates of the Percentage of Select "Consumers Only" Subpopul aliens Who Ingest
        Two Liters or Less Per Day	 4-9

5.  ESTIMATES OF WATER INGESTION: ADDITIONAL RESULTS FOR FINE AGE
   CATEGORIES 	 5-1
   5.1   Estimated Per Capita Ingestion of Community Water By Age Categories	 5-1
   5.2   Ingestion of Total Water (From All Sources) 	5-4
   5.3   Water Ingestion Across Fine Age Groups	5-8
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   5.4  Gender Comparison of Community Water Inge|stion For Fine Age Categories 	  5-9
   5.5  Gender Comparison of Total Water (From all Sources) Ingestion For Fine Age
        Categories 	,	5-11

6. ADDITIONAL RESULTS FOR WOMEN OF CHILDBEARING AGE	   6-1
   6.1  Water Ingestion 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII For Women Aged 15-44	  6-1
   6.2  Comparison of 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII Per Capita Total Water Consumption
        Estimates to Published Estimates  	6-12

7. DISTRIBUTION  OF BODY WEIGHTS BY AGE AND GENDER	   7-1
   7.1  Mean and Upper Percentile Point and Interval (Estimates By Age Category and Gender  ...  7-1
   7.2  Percentile Estimates From the Empirical Distributions of Body Weight  	  7-2
   7.3  Body Weight Estimates From the National Center For Health Statistics  	  7-3
   7.4  Conclusions	  7-10

8. DISCUSSION	   8-1
   8.1  Survey Strengths and Limitations  	 8-1
   8.2  Sources of Error, Bias, and Uncertainty  	  8-3
   8.3  Conclusion	  8^1
   8.4  References	  8-6

APPENDIX A: CSFII Survey Questions Pertaining to Water Ingestion 	   A-l
APPENDIX B: Examples of Procedures Used in the Estimation of Indirect Water Ingestion  	   B-l
APPENDIX C: 1994-1996,  1998 CSFII Food Codes  	   C-l
APPENDIX D: Statistical Methods and Sample Design  	   D-l
APPENDIX E: Per Capita Water Ingestion Estimates  	   E-l
APPENDIX E: SAB Report and EPA Response  	F-l
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                             LIST  OF FIGURES

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Chapter 3
3.1. Water Source Assignment for Direct Water Ingestion	3-7
3.2. Data Conventions for Direct Water Ingestion  	3-8
3.3. Water Source Assignment for Indirect Water Ingestion	3-9
3.4. Data Conventions for Indirect Water Ingestion  	3-10

Chapter 4
4.1. AH Individuals
    4.1.A.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Water Ingestion By Source (mL/person/day)  	 4-32
    4.1 .B1.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Age Categories (mL/person/day)  	 4-33
    4.1 ,B2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (tnL/kg/day)  	 4-34
    4.1 .CI.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories (mL/person/day)	4-35
    4.1 .C2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day)  	4-36
    4.1 .DI.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Age Categories (mL/person/day)  	4-37
    4.1.02.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Age Categories (mL/kg/day)	4-38
    4.1.D3.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories (mL/person/day) 	4-39
    4.1.D4.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories (mL/kg/day)	 4-40
    4.1 .E.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age
            Women Categories (mL/person/day)  	 4-41
    4.1 .F1.  Cumulative Distribution of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Community Water
            Ingestion (mL/person/day)	 4-42
    4.1 .F2.  Cumulative Distribution of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Total Water
            Ingestion (mL/person/day) 	 4-^43
    4.1.G 1.  Histogram of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion
            (mL/pcrson/day)	4-44
    4.1 .G2.  Histogram of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Total Water Ingestion
            (mL/person/day)	4-45

4.2. Consumers Only
    4.2.A.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Total Water Ingestion By Source (mL/person/day)	4-46
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    4.2.B1. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Age Categories (mL/person/day)	 4-47
    4.2.B2. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day)  	4-48
    4.2.C1. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories (mL/person/day)	A-49
    4.2.C2. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water ingestion By Gender and Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day)  	4-50
    4.2.D1. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Age Categories (mL/person/day)  	4-51
    4.2.D2. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Age Categories (mL/kg/day)	4-52
    4.2.D3  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories (mL/person/day)  	4-53
    4.2.D4. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories (mL/kg/day)	4-54
    4.2.E1.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age
            Women Categories (mL/person/day) 	 4-55
    4.2.E2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and Indirect
            Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age
            Women Categories (mL/person/day) 	 4-56
    4.2.F.   Cumulative Distribution of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Total and Community Water
            Ingestion (mL/person/day)	 4-57
    4.2.G 1. I listogram of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion
            (mL/person/day)	4-58
    4.2.G2. Histogram of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Total Water Ingestion
            (mL/person/day)	4-59
    4.3.A.  Cumulative Distribution of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion
            (L/person/day)	4-60
    4.3.B.  Cumulative Distribution of Per Capita Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion
            (L/person/day)	 4-61

Chapter 5
5.1. All Individuals
    5.1 .A 1. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories (mL/person/day)  .. 5-38
    5.1 .A2. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day)  	 5-39
    5.1 .B1. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories  (mL/person/day) 	 5-40
    5.1.82. Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories  (mL/kg/day)	 5-41

5.2. Consumers Only
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    5.2.A1.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories (mL/person/day) ..  5-42
    5.2.A2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day)  	  5-43
    5.2.B1.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories (mL/person/day)  	5-44
    5.2.B2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and
            Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories (mL/kg/day)	5-45

Chapter 6
6.1. All Women in Childbearing Years
    6.1 .A 1.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age Women
            Categories (mL/person/day)	6-18
    6.1 .A2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age Women
            Categories (mL/kg/day) 	6-19
    6.1.81.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Totai Direct and Indirect
            Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age Women Categories
            (mL/person/day)	6-20
    6.1 .B2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and Indirect
            Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age Women Categories
            (mL/kg/day)  	6-21

6.2. Consumer Only  Women in Childbearing Years
    6.2.A1.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingeslion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age Women
            Categories (mL/person/day)	  6-22
    6.2.A2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Direct and Indirect
            Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age Women
            Categories (mL/kg/day) 	  6-23
    6.2.B1.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and Indirect
            Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age Women Categories
            (mL/person/day)	6-24
    6.2.B2.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around the Mean Total Direct and Indirect
            Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating and Childbearing Age Women Categories
            (mL/kg/day)  	6-25
    6.2.C1.  Cumulative Distributions of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion
            (mL/person/day)
            a. Pregnant Women	6-26
            b. Lactating Women	6-27
            c. Nonpregnant and Nonlactating Women	6-28
    6.2.C2.  Cumulative Distributions of Per Capita Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion (mL/kg/day)
            a. Pregnant Women	6-29
            b. Lactating Women 	6-30
            c. Nonpregnant and Nonlactating Women	  6-31
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Chapter 7
7.1. All Individuals
       7.1.  Estimated Mean and 90% Confidence Intervals Around Mean Body Weight (kg) By
            Gender, Fine Age, and Pregnant, Lactating, and Childbearing Age Women
            Categories  	
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                         LIST  OF KEY TABLES

Table                                                                                 Page

Chapter 2
    2.1.     CSFII Response Rates  	2-2

Chapter4
4.1. All Individuals
    4.1.A.   Estimated Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Source (mL/person/day)	4-11
    4.1. B1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/person/day)	4-12
    4.1.82.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day) 	4-13
    4.1 .C1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Gender and
            Age Categories (mL/person/day) 	4-14
    4.1 .C2.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Gender and
            Age Categories (mL/kg/day)  	4-15
    4.1 .D1.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/person/day)	  4-16
    4.1 .D2.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day) 	  4-17
    4.1 .D3.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories
            (mL/person/day)	  4-18
    4.1 .D4.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day) 	4-19
    4.1 .E.   Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant,
            Lactating and Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/person/day)	4-20

4.2. Consumers Only
    4.2.A.   Estimated Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Source (mL/person/day)	4-21
    4.2.B1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/person/day)	4-22
    4.2.B2.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day) 	4-23
    4.1 .C 1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Gender and
            Age Categories (mL/person/day) 	  4-24
    4.1 .C2.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Gender and
            Age Categories (mL/kg/day)  	  4-25
    4.2.D1.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/person/day)	  4-26
    4.2.D2.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day) 	  4-27
    4.2.D3.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories
            (mL/person/day)	4-28
    4.2.D4.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Age Categories
            (mL/kg/day) 	  4-29
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     4.2.E1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Communityi Water Ingestion By Pregnant,
             Lactating and Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/person/day)	4-30
     4.2.E2.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Pregnant,
             Lactating and Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/person/day)	 4-31

       4.3.  Estimated Percentage of Individuals From Selected Subpopulations Who Ingest a Mean
             Daily Average of 2 Liters or Less of Direct and Indirect Water 	4-10

Chanter 5
5.1.  AH Individuals
     5.1 .A 1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age
             Categories (mL/person/day)	 5-14
     5.1.A2.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community, Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age
             Categories (mL/kg/day)  	 5-17
     5.1 .B1.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories
             (mL/person/day)	 5-20
     5.1.B2.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories
             (mL/kg/day)  	 5-23

5.2.  Consumers Only
     5.2.A1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age
             Categories (mL/person/day)	5-26
     5.2.A2.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age
             Categories (mL/kg/day)  	 5-29
     5.2.B 1.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Wateir Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories
             (mL/person/day)	 5-32
     5.2.B2.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Gender and Fine Age Categories
             (mL/kg/day)  	 5-35

Chapter 6
6.1.  All Individuals
     6.1 .A 1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating, and
             Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/person/day)  	6-4
     6.1.A2.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating, and
             Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/kg/day)	6-5
     6.1.B1.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating, and
             Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/person/day)  	6-6
     6.1.82.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating, and
             Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/kg/day)	6-7

6.2.  Consumers Only
     6.2.A1.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Communiljy Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating, and
             Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/person/day)  	  6-8
     6.2.A2.  Estimated Direct and Indirect Community Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating, and
             Childbearing Age Women Categories (inL/kg/day)	  6-9
     6.2.B1.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating, and
             Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/person/day)  	 6-10
     6.2. B2.  Estimated Total Direct and Indirect Water Ingestion By Pregnant, Lactating, and
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            Childbearing Age Women Categories (mL/kg/day)	 6-11

    6.3.A1.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Nonpregnant and Nonlactating Women
            (mL/person/day)	 6-15
    6.3.A2.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Nonpregnant and Nonlactating Women
            (mL/kg/day) 	 6-15
    6.3.B1.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Pregnant Women (mL/person/day)	 6-16
    6.3.B2.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Pregnant Women (mL/kg/day)	 6-16
    6.3.C1.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Lactating Women (mL/person/day)	 6-17
    6.3.C2.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Lactating Women (mL/kg/day)  	 6-17

Chapter?
7.1. All Individuals
    7.1.     Estimated Body Weight
            By Gender and Fine Age Categories (kg)	7-4
    7.2.     Estimated Distribution of Body Weight
            By Gender and Fine Age Categories (kg)	7-7
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                               1.  DEFINITIONS
Biological Water is water found naturally in foods. This water source is not included in the estimates
presented in this document.

Bottled Water is purchased plain water.

Broad Age Categories cover babies (less than 1 year old), children (1 to 10 years old), adolescents (11 to
19 years old), adults (20 years and older).

Commercial Water is water added by the manufacturer prior to merchandising. This water is not
included in the estimates presented in this document. An example of commercial water is water added to
bottled iced tea by the manufacturer.

Community Water is tap water from the community water supply.

Consumers are individuals who reported ingestion of the water source under consideration. Individuals
with reported ingestions of zero are not considered consumers.

CSFI1 is the acronym for the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Continuing Survey of
Food Intakes by Individuals.

Direct Water is plain water ingested directly as a beverage.

Fine Age Categories include 11 age groupings.  These groupings are less than six months (<0.5 years),
between six months and one year (0.5 to 0.9 years), 1 to  3 years, 4 to 6 years, 7 to 10 years, 11 to 14
years, 15 to 19 years, 20 to 24 years, 25 to 54 years, 55 to 64 years, and 65 and older.

Food Code is an 8-digit number assigned to each unique food in the USDA  Food Coding Database.

Food Coding Database is a database in the USDA CSF1I 1994-1996 and 1998 Technical Support Files
that contains information used to code foods and amounts,  including descriptions of the food code.

Indirect Water is water added to foods and beverages during final preparation at home, or by food
service establishments such as school cafeterias  and restaurants.  An example of indirect water is water
added to dry cake mix.

Missing Water Source indicates that a survey participant responded "don't know" or "not ascertained" to
the survey question regarding the source of water.

Nutrient Database is a database in the USDA 1994-1996  and 1998 CSFI1 Technical Support Files that
contains nutrient composition information (including grams of water per 100 grams of food) used to
calculate the nutrient value of foods ingested in the CSFII.

Other Water is water obtained from one of the  following sources: a well or rain cistern (household's),
spring (household's or public), or other source.

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Preparation Water is water used to prepare foods.  Preparation water includes the water used to prepare
foods at home and by local food service establishments (^direct water)., as well as, water added by
commercial food manufacturers.

Recipe Database is a database in the USDA 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII Technical Support Files that
provides, for each food code, a standard recipe including the gram weight of every ingredient.

Technical Support Files consist of four USDA technical databases used to code food data collected in
the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII.  They are the Food Coding Database, the Nutrient Database, the Recipe
Database, and the Pyramid Servings Database.

Total Water is the sum of direct and  indirect water from all sources. Water sources include community
water, bottled water, other water and missing sources.
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    2.   USDA's CSFII SURVEY DESCRIPTION AND
                                        FILES
   The chapter presents a brief description of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
1994,1995, 1996, and 1998 series of the Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals (CSFII).
Section 2.1 provides a description of the surveys, and Section 2.2 describes the process used to collect the
dietary recall information.  Files from which data were drawn to produce the estimates in this report are
listed in Section 2.3.  Section 2.4 presents a brief discussion about survey weights and their use.  The
details of the sample design and resulting survey weights are provided in Appendix D.
2.1
Survey Description
    The CSFII, conducted by the USDA, collects dietary intake information from nationally
representative samples of noninstitutionalized people residing in United States households.  Households
in these national surveys are sampled from the 50 states and Washington, D.C. Each survey collects daily
consumption records for approximately 10,000 food codes across nine food groups. The food groups are:
milk and milk products; meat, poultry, and fish; eggs; dry beans, peas, legumes, nuts, and seeds; grain
products; fruit; vegetables; fats, oils, and  salad dressings; and sweets, sugars, and beverages. Data
provide "up-to-date information on food intakes by Americans for use in policy formation, regulation,
program planning and evaluation, education, and research." The survey is "the cornerstone of the
National Nutritional Monitoring and Related Research Program, a set of related federal activities intended
to provide regular information on the nutritional status of the United States population" (1994-96 CSFII
survey documentation, p. 2-3).

    The 1994-1996 and  1998 series of the CSFII  were conducted according to a stratified, multiarea
probability sample organized using estimates of the 1990 United States population. Stratification
accounted for geographic location, degree of urbanization, and socioeconomics. Each year of the survey
consisted of one sample with oversampling for low-income households. Eligibility for the low-income
sample was limited to households with gross incomes at or below 130 percent of the federal poverty
guidelines (DHHS 1996). The sample design aimed at specified precision levels for estimates of mean 1-
day consumption of saturated fat and iron.

    Two days of dietary  recall data were  provided by 20,607 individuals across the 4 survey years.  This
constitutes an overall 2-day response rate of 77.4 percent. Response rates for each survey year are
provided in Table 2.1. Survey weights were corrected by the USDA for nonresponse.
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Table 2.1. CSFIIR
YEAR
1994
1995
1996
1998
TOTAL ELIGIBLE
INDIVIDUALS SAMPLED
6,973
6,664
6,484
6,491
NtM
2-BA1

esponse Rates
1EH WITH
RESPONSE
5,311
5,072
4,920
5,304
(2-DAY)
RESPONSE RATE
76.2%
76.1%
75.9%
81.7%
2.2
Dietary Records
    Survey participants provided 2 nonconsecutive, 24-hour days of dietary data. For both days, dietary
recall information was collected by an in-home interviewer. Interviewers provided participants with an
instructional booklet and standard measuring cups and spoons to assist them in adequately describing the
type and amount of food ingested.  If the respondent referred to a cup or bowl in their own home, a 2-cup
measuring cup was provided to aid in the calculation ofjthe amount consumed. The sample person could
fill their own bowl or cup with water to represent the amount eaten or drunk, and the interviewer could
then measure the amount consumed by pouring it into the 2-cup measure. The Day 2 interview occurred
3 to 10 days after the Day 1 interview, but not on the safrie day of the week. The interviews allowed
participants "multiple passes" through the daily intake record to maximize recall (CSFII survey
documentation, p. 3-7). Proxy  interviews were conducted for children aged six and younger and sampled
individuals unable to report due to  mental or physical lijmitations.  The average questionnaire
administration time for Day 1 intake was 30 minutes, while Day 2 averaged 27 minutes.
2.3
Data Files
    The USDA recorded 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII participant information in three record types. Data
extracted from these record types provided the information used to determine the amount and source of
commodities ingested by participants.  These data are publicly available on CD-ROM (see Section 5.4
References), and the three CSFII record types used for this report are described here. Record type 15
(RT15) reports household information.  Generally the source of water is determined from these records.
Record type 25 (RT25) records individual information. This is where the amount of direct water ingested
is recorded. Record type 30 (RT30) records food items ingested on each of the 2 survey days by each
individual.  The amount of indirect water ingested can be calculated from these records in conjunction
with the CSFII 1994-96 and 1998 Technical Support Files including the food coding, recipe, and nutrient
databases. Refer to Appendix A for the CSFII questions related to the amount  of water ingested and the
source of the water.  Chapter 3 details how these record types were combined to establish a working
database of individual records with the amount, source, and type of ingestion (direct or indirect).
2.4
Survey Weights
    USDA files provide a survey weight for each individual with 2 days of consumption data in the
1994-1996 and 1998 survey. These weights account for the probability that the individual was selected
and contain adjustments for nonrespondents. The recdrded weights also reflect USDA's calibration to
ensure that the sample is representative of population characteristics during the 3 years of the survey.
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              Survey weights were applied during the generation of ingestion estimates recorded in this report. These
              weights project data from an individual to the population. Appendix D provides a more detailed
              discussion of the development and application of the 3-year, 2-day survey weights.
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                                                3.  METHODS
    This chapter addresses the methods employed to produce the reported daily average per capita water
ingestion estimates by source and type of ingestion.  Section 3.1 defines the data conventions applied to
the CSFII data to establish water ingestion records for each respondent with 2 days of consumption data.
These conventions include identification of the records from CSFII used to determine the source and
amount of directly ingested waters. We also describe CSFII auxiliary files and how they were used to
quantify the amount of indirect water ingested by a survey participant. Section 3.2 summarizes the
statistical methods used to estimate the mean and percentiles of the empirical distributions of daily
average per capita water ingestion.  Appendix D provides the statistical formulae used to calculate these
estimates. Rounding procedures and units of measurement are recorded in Sections 3.3 and 3.4,
respectively. Section 3.5 provides the minimum sample size requirements used to identify potentially
unreliable estimates.

3.1      Data Conventions Applied to the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII Data

    A series of CSFII records were used to define the source and type of water ingested by a survey
respondent. Analysts drew from household records and individual records to define the amount and
source of plain water ingested as a beverage. The source and amount of indirect water ingestion was
determined using the household and individual records in conjunction with the 1994-1996 and 1998
CSFII Technical Support Files including the food coding, recipe and nutrient databases. AH CSFII data
used are publicly available on CD-ROM (see Section 5.4 References). The following paragraphs describe
the protocols followed for assigning the source and quantifying the amount of the daily average water
ingested by each respondent with 2 days of consumption records.

    CSFII record type 15 (RT15) reports household information.  The source of water ingested is
generally assigned from these records. Record type 25 (RT25) records the amount of direct water
ingested. Record type 30 (RT30) reports food items ingested on each of the 2 survey days by every
individual. The amount of indirect water ingested by each participant was calculated from food code
records in conjunction with the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII Technical Support Files. The remainder of
this chapter provides a more detailed description of how information was drawn from these three sets of
records to determine the average daily water ingestion for each survey participant. The data conventions
are described first, followed by a flow chart. As a point of reference, Appendix A contains all CSFII
questions related to the amount of water ingested and the source of the water.

    Water ingestion listed as "direct" is defined as plain water directly ingested by an individual. The
amount of water ingested is recorded in CSFII RT25, variables D1_H20_O and D2_H2O_0. The
number following the letter D in these variables indicates the day of the survey to which the consumption
corresponds. In those two variables, the amount of direct water ingested by participants is recorded in
fluid ounces (fl oz). This amount was converted to milliliters by multiplying the amount in fluid ounces
by the conversion factor of 29.574 mL/fl oz.

    Respondents to the question "How many fluid ounces of plain drinking water did you consume?"
(D1_H2O_O) are directed to the companion  RT25 variables D1_H2O_H and D1_H2O_A. A similar set
of variables records information for D2_H2O_O. The variable with the suffix "H" asks the respondent
how much of this water was ingested at home.  The choice of responses is: "all," "most," "some," "none,"


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"don't know," and "not ascertained." The variable D1_I[120_A asks for the source of plain drinking
water that did not come from the home.  The choice of responses is: "tap/fountain," "bottled," "other,"
"don't know," and "not ascertained." If an individual ariswers with either of the last two responses, the
source of that water is considered "missing."

    Because the amount of plain, noncarbonated water ingested by an individual as recorded in the RT25
files does not completely designate the source of the water, RT15 household records were consulted. The
RT15 variable, H2O_DRNK, records source information for the household. For this variable, the
following conventions were applied to assign source.

If H2O_DRNK is valued  as:

•   1, then the water source was a community water supply
•   2, then the water source was a household well or rain cistern
•   3, then the water source was a household or public spring
•   4, then the water source was considered bottled waiter (purchased)
•   96, it is defined explicitly as "other" and considered to be "other" water sources.

All remaining values of the associated variable, which include 98 for "don't know" and 99 for "not
ascertained," are considered missing water sources.

    To determine source for direct water ingestion (Dl Ji2O_0), if RT25 variable D1_H2O_H is
valued as:

•   1, designating "all," then the source was derived from RT15 variable H20_DRNK.
•   2, designating "most," then 75 percent of the water ingested was allocated according to the RT15
    variable H2O_DRNK  and 25 percent according to the response to RT25 variable D1_H2O_A.
•   3, designating "some," then 25 percent  was allocated according to the RT15 variable H2O_DRNK
    and 75 percent according to the response to RT25 Variable D1_H20_A.
•   4, designating "none," then the source was derived, from RT25 variable D1_H2O_A.
•   8 or 9, designating "don't know" or "not ascertained," respectively, then 50 percent was allocated
    according to the RT15 variable H2O_DRNK and 50 percent according to the response to RT25
    variable D1_H2O_A.

    Indirect water is defined as water added to foods and beverages during final preparation at home or by
local food service establishments, such as school cafeterias and restaurants. Excluded from indirect water
are biological water and water added by the manufacturer during processing; for example, an apple
contains biological water, and canned ready-to-serve soup contains water added by the manufacturer. The
1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII Food Coding Database contains 11,345 food codes. The food code
descriptions contained in USDA's Food Coding Database generally do not indicate where the food was
prepared. Therefore, in order to identify indirect water ingeslion, the food code description,
corresponding recipe, and  in some instances, nutrient composition information associated with each of the
food codes reported as ingested for the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII were reviewed. In order to reflect the
composition of the recipes at the time participants were surveyed, the 1994-1996 CSFII Recipe Database
was used for individuals sampled in 1994, 1995, and 1996, and the  1994-1996, 1998 CSFII Recipe
Database was used for individuals sampled in 1998.  A subset of those food codes that contained
preparation water was created.  A food code was considered to contain preparation water if the  food code
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contained water; brewed coffee or tea; and precooked pasta, rice, cereals, beans, or legumes. The subset
of codes that contained preparation water consisted of 7,560 food codes in the 1994-1996 database and
8,235 food codes in the  1994-1996 and 1998 database. The food codes in this subset were then reviewed
to identify and exclude those which appeared to be commercial products (such as yogurt, frozen milk
desserts, frozen entrees, ready-to-serve soups, ready-to-serve fruitades and drinks, all soft drinks, and
other food codes with descriptions identifying brand names). This resulted in a smaller subset of 2,294
food codes for 1994-96 and 1,476 food codes for 1998 which were assumed to contain indirect water.
Next, the foods that could reasonably be assumed to have been prepared in final form in the home or by a
food service establishment were identified (e.g., foods described as "made from home recipe," orange
juice made from concentrate, infant formula made from concentrate, and canned soup with water added).
It was assumed that the recipe water in such foods was 100 percent indirect. For some foods, both
homemade and commercially prepared varieties were identified under one food code. For these food
codes, a "best guess" estimate was made as to the proportion which would have been home-prepared
versus commercially processed. For example, it was estimated that 50 percent of pre-cooked beans to be
home-prepared and 50 percent to be commercially canned.  These allocations are documented in
Appendix Cl.

    When a respondent supplied specific information about ingredients  that differed from the standard
recipe maintained in the Food Coding Database, this modification was recorded.  This flexibility allowed
the database to capture the specific type of fat, type of milk, and dilution of foods. For example, if the
standard recipe in the Food Coding Database for an infant formula prepared from liquid concentrate calls
for a specified amount of water to be added and a respondent reported making the formula with 3 times
that amount of water, a recipe modification would be created to allow for this deviation from the standard
recipe.

    Appendix Bl  contains examples for estimating the proportion of indirect water in 100 grams of a
food. The ingredient amount as a percent of the prepared product (P%)  was calculated for each ingredient
of each recipe that contains indirect water using the method provided in USDA guidance examples.
Appendix B3 contains these guidance documents. The grams absorbed  moisture per 100 grams cooked
ingredient (G_am) were calculated  for pre-cooked pasta, rice, cereals, beans, and legumes using the total
solids method provided by the  USDA (see Appendix B2).

    Next, the proportion of moisture in  100 grams of food as ingested (P_m) was found in the data.
When available, these values were taken from a file (WTR_FC.TXT) provided by the USDA. The
WTR_FC.TXT file contains the amounts of water in 100 grams of the CSFII 1994-96, and 1998 foods.
These amounts represent both water from survey recipes as well as  from ingredients (referred to as PDS
ingredients) used in the survey recipes.  Adjustments were made by USDA for any moisture and fat
losses/gains associated with the recipe in which the PDS codes with water appear. For those recipe
ingredients not available in WTR_FC.TXT, the values were calculated as follows:

               P_m = (P%)(G_am/100), for pre-cooked pasta, rice, cereals, beans, and legumes
               P_m = P%, for water, brewed coffee and tea, and PDS-coded ingredients

    Then the proportion of indirect preparation water per 100 grams of food (G_i) was calculated for each
ingredient. This was done by multiplying the proportion of moisture  in  100 grams of a food as ingested
(P_m) by the percentage of that ingredient assumed to be prepared at home or by a food service
establishment, and dividing by 100. (See Appendix B1 for examples of these calculations.)
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    For recipes with indirect water, the ratio of the amount of water to the total grams in the recipe was
derived by summing the values of G_i across all ingredients in the recipe.  This water ratio was then
multiplied by the amount of the given food ingested by the respondent to determine the number of grams
of indirect water.  Under the assumption that the density of this water is 1, the number of grams of
indirect water ingested from foods or beverages was converted to mil Hikers.

    To assign the source of indirect water, several variables were consulted. First, if the RT30 variable
FOODSRCE indicated that the source was >1, then the dource was assumed to be tap water. If
FOODSRCE=1, indicating that the food items were obtained from the store, then it was assumed the
recipe was prepared at home. In this case, RT15 variables H2O_COOK or H2O_BEVR were consulted.
If the first three digits of the food code  indicated that the ingested food was a beverage, then the water
source was assigned to the record based on the response to H2O_BEVR. This question asked, "What is
the main source of the water used in your home for preparing beverages such as coffee, tea, juices, and
baby formula?" The same source allocations in the RT15 variable H20_DRNK were applied to these
records. Likewise, if the first three digits of the food code indicated that the food code was not a
beverage, then the source was assigned according to the response to H20_COOK, which asked, "What is
the main source of the water used for cooking in your home?"

    Figures 3.1 through 3.4 present flow charts depicting the data conventions for the assignment of water
source.

    For each of the 20,607 respondents with 2 days of records in the CSFII databases, a daily average
ingestion value was determined for each water source and ingestion type (direct, indirect, and both direct
and indirect). For subpopulation estimates,  if a respondent was a member of the subpopulation but did
not report ingestion of the specified water source and inlgestion type, then that individual's average daily
amount of water ingested entered the estimation algorithms as zero.  These estimates are provided in the
tables of this report identified as "all individuals."

    Ingestion (direct, indirect,  and both direct and indirect) also was estimated for consumers with 2 days
of records in the CSFII databases.  Hence, these estimates do not include individuals who reported zero
amounts of water ingested  from the water source under consideration. These estimates are provided in the
tables of this report identified as "Consumer Only."

    The convention described in the preceding paragraphs produces individual daily averages in
milliliters per person per day.  If estimates are required'on the milliliters per kilogram body weight per
day basis, then the individual's daily average is divided by the individual's body weight in kilograms.
The milliliters/kilogram body weight daily average for pach individual then entered the estimating
algorithm described in Section 3.2 and Appendix D, as did the milliliter daily averages.
    Internal  quality assurance and quality control procedures were used during the calculation of
estimates for this report. Algorithm testing was conducted for data procedures.  Data subsetting
procedures were assessed for quality by intermediate estimates verification. Final tabulated estimates
were reviewed for consistency and validity.  USDA experts were consulted on data assumptions.
3.2
Statistical Methods
    This section summarizes the statistical methods used to generate point and interval estimates of daily
average per capita water ingestion. Point estimates include the mean and 1st, 5th, 10th, 25th, 50th, 75th,
90th, 95th, and 99th percentiles. Mean estimates were generated using ratio estimation techniques. The
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                mean daily average per capita ingestion for a given commodity type was estimated as the ratio of total
                ingestion by the United States population or subpopulation, divided by the estimate of the total number of
                individuals in the population or subpopulation. Empirical percentiles were estimated using nonparametric
                techniques.  All estimates incorporated CSFII survey weights to project a sampled individual's ingestion
                to the population.

                    The majority of the per capita water ingestion estimates in this report are presented for specific
                subpopulations and water source. The design of the CSFII survey did not always support estimation of
                the variance when subpopulations were evaluated.  Without  a variance estimate, confidence intervals
                about the mean or bootstrap intervals about percentilc estimates cannot be produced. Therefore, the
                tabulated presentations in Appendix E include only point estimates. However, the survey did support
                variance, and thus interval estimation, for some subpopulations. These estimates are presented in the key
                figures of Chapter 4 augmenting tabulated estimates for the all individuals.

                    When a variance was estimated for the mean per capita ingestion, we estimated the variance of the
                mean using a Taylor series approximation of the deviation of estimates from their expected values. The
                Taylor series approximations were applied to ultimate clusters, which resulted in an overall estimate of
                the variance instead of estimating variance components due to sample-design  stages. Appendix D
                presents the statistical formulae for generating both the mean estimate and the estimate of the confidence
                interval about the mean. Also provided is the method for generating percentile estimates and estimates of
                90 percent bootstrap intervals about the percentile estimates.

                    All of the CSFII surveys are multistage, stratified-cluster samples. Sample weights, which project the
                data from a sampled individual to the population, are based on the probability of an individual being
                sampled at each stage of the sampling design. As mentioned in Chapter 2  of this report, the sample
                weights associated with each individual reporting 2 days of consumption data were adjusted to correct for
                nonresponse bias.  These adjusted sample weights, which are recorded in the CSFII data in the variable
                SAM_WT, record the number of individuals the sampled person represents in the population.  For
                example, a sample weight valued as 22 projects the data from the individual with that sample weight to 22
                individuals in the population of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia.

                    Because the sample design contains multiple levels, specific information is necessary to partition the
                variance-of-the-mean estimate into components.  That is, specification of the sample size and population
                size within each level of sampling is required. However, this information is not inherent in the CSFII
                data.  Rather, the CSFII reports an adjusted sample weight for each individual who reported 2
                nonconsecutive days of consumption data during the survey. Given that only  the adjusted weight was
                available, and not the specific sample and population size in each phase, it was necessary to estimate the
                mean using ratio estimation techniques and the variance of the mean using the ultimate cluster
                methodology, which does not partition the variance into sample design components (see Appendix D).

                    Interval estimates for percentiles are bootstrap intervals. The reported bootstrap intervals do not
                result from direct estimates of the standard deviation of the point estimate. Rather, the bootstrap estimates
                result from the percentile method, which estimates the lower and upper bounds for the interval estimate
                by the lOOa percentile and lOO(l-cc) percentile estimates from the nonparametric distribution of the
                given point estimate. This distribution of the observed values of the given point estimate is determined
                from repeated resampling of the empirical data (see Appendix D).
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3.3
Rounding Procedures
    Tabulated estimates of per capita ingestion in milliliters were rounded to the nearest whole number.
Conventional rounding procedures were applied such that the whole number remained the same if
decimal estimates were less than 0.5 and increased by one if the decimal estimate was 0.5 or greater.
Whole number presentations do not reflect significant digits as the number of significant digits, is not
available for the CSFII.
3.4
Units of Measure Including Conversion Factors
    Per capita water ingestion estimates are presented in this report in units of mL/person/day or
mL/kg/day. The mL/person/day component reflects that1 estimates are based on an average of 2 days of
ingestion. When the units are mL/kg/day, the average water ingestion over 2 days by an individual is
divided by the individual's body weight. Body weight is recorded in the CSFII in pounds (lb). These
pounds were converted to kilograms by multiplying the reported body weight by a factor of 0.454 kg/lb.

    Survey participants reported the amount of plain water ingested directly as a beverage in fluid ounces.
Reported ingestion amounts were multiplied by 29.574 ^o convert fluid ounces to milliliters.  Water
ingested indirectly from foods with water added at home or locally during the final stage of preparation
was estimated in grams as food consumption, and recipe amounts were reported in the CSFII in grams.
These grams of water were converted into milliliters based on the assumption that the specific gravity of
water is one for the temperature range of ingested foods.

3.5 Asterisked Estimates

    Some estimates recorded in Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7 are marked with an asterisk.  The asterisk indicates
that the reported estimate was calculated using the available data but that the number of respondents in
the age category was "small." Estimates based on a small  number of respondents may be less reliable
statistically than estimates based on larger numbers of respondents.  The "Third Report on Nutrition
Monitoring in the United States" suggests minimal reporting requirements (LSRO 1995). If the number
of respondents in the age category is less than 30*(vari,ance inflation factor), the estimate of the mean
water ingestion may be unreliable and is marked with an asterisk.  If the value of the calculation (number
of respondents in the age category)*(l-percentile) is less than 8*(variance inflation factor), then the
percentile estimate may be unreliable and is marked with an asterisk.  The variance inflation factor (VIF)
is sample design specific. The VIF  is quantified as the ratio of the mean of the squared survey weights to
the square of the mean of the survey weights. For the combined CSFII data, the VIF is 2.50.  This VIF
measures the increase in variance of estimates from the CSFII because of differing sample sizes in the
different strata of the survey design (CSFII  survey documentation, p. 5-4). In accordance with the
LSRO-suggested minimum reporting requirements, mean ingestions estimated for age categories with less
than 75 respondents are marked with an asterisk.  Similarly, percentiles estimated for age categories with
less than  20/(1-percentile) respondents are marked with an asterisk and may be statistically unreliable.
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                        4.  ESTIMATED PER CAPITA WATER

                   INGESTION BY BROAD AGE CATEGORIES


                This chapter presents point and interval estimates of the mean, 90th percentile and 95th percentile of
             per capita daily average water ingestion for select subpopulations. The subpopulalion age categories in
             this chapter are broad as compared to the smaller range of age categories (fine age groups) presented in
             Chapter 5. We augment tabulated estimates in this chapter with graphical presentations of the empirical
             distributions of per capita water ingestion estimates for select subpopulations.

                 Daily average water ingestion estimates were determined from the the combined CSFII1994-1996
             and 1998 data. Compared to our previous report presenting per capita water ingestion estimates from the
             1994-1996 CSFII (see U.S. EPA, 2000), the estimates presented in this update for age groups older than
             10 years are virtually unchanged.  Water ingestion estimates  for  children 10 years of age and younger
             (including children younger than 1) and for children aged 1 to 10 years changed as a result of the
             incorporation of 1998 CSFII data, which increased the sample size of children younger than 10 years of
             age by more than 5,000 participants.

                Because EPA anticipates that per capita ingestion of community water will be of primary interest to
             the readers of this report, we emphasize these results in Sections 4.1 through 4.4. Since children—
             especially those under 1 year of age—and pregnant, lactating, and childbearing-age women are
             considered to be high risk subpopulations, we address estimates for these groups in Sections 4.3 and 4.4,
             respectively.  To reflect changes in consumer behavior since  the 1977-1978 survey, which was the basis
             for Ershow and Cantor's report (1989) on per capita water ingestion estimates, we report per capita
             ingestion of bottled water from the 1994-96 and 1998 CSFII in Section 4.5. Estimates of total water
             ingestion across water sources appear in Section 4.6, while Section 4.7 tabulates the percentage of
             individuals that ingest 2 L of water or less for selected subpopulations.

                Tables and figures of estimates are presented for all individuals and for "consumers only" by source
             and type of ingestion.  Sources of ingested water include community water, bottled water, other sources,
             and total water (all sources combined). Other sources include a household well, household rain cistern,
             household or public spring  and other sources. Types of ingestion are direct for plain water ingested as a
             beverage, indirect for ingestion of the water added to foods and beverages during final preparation at
             home or by food service establishments such as school cafeterias and restaurants, and both direct and
             indirect for combined direct and indirect water ingestion. Water found naturally in foods (biological) and
             water added by manufacturers (commercial) are excluded from these estimates of water ingestion.
             Estimates are provided in both units of milliliters/person/day (mL/person/day) and milliliters/kilogram of
             body weight/day (mL/kg/day).

                Refer to Appendix E for a more comprehensive set of empirical distributions of estimated per capita
             water ingestion. Appendix E provides point estimates of the mean, and 1st, 5th,  10th, 25th, 50th, 75th,
             90th, 95th and 99th percentiles from the empirical distribution of daily average per capita water ingestion.

                It should be noted that the dispersion among sampled individuals for some subpopulations across
             CSFII estimation strata did not always support generation of variance estimates. In these instances there
             were either no or one data point in a variance estimation unit. This precluded the application of the
             statistical estimation method described in Appendix D. Therefore, the following discussions will point out

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differences in mean per capita ingestion between subpopulations, but these differences are a quantitative
statement and do not necessarily imply statistical differences. Without variance estimates about the means
of the subpopulations, we cannot perform formal statistical tests to ascertain whether means for various
subpopulations differ statistically.
4.1.
Estimated Per Capita Ingestion of Community Water
    Daily average per capita ingestion of community water, across age groups, are discussed in Section
4.1.  Subsections "a" and "b" characterize community water ingestion estimates in units of mL/person/day
for the U.S. population and for "consumers only," respectively. Estimated ingestion in units of mL/kg/day
for all individuals and "consumers only" appear in Section 4.I.e. Finally, community water ingestion
estimates for broad age categories are addressed in Section 4.1.d.

4.1.a. Ingestion of Community Water by All Individuals (mL/person/day)

    For the general population, the children added to the CSFII sample by the 1998 data collection have
little effect on the overall estimated mean daily average per capita community water ingestion. The mean
daily average of estimated per capita community water ingestion is 926 mL/person/day. This average
estimate projects to the population of the United States. The estimated 90 percent confidence interval
about the mean is 903-949 mL/person/day. The estimated 90th percentile from the empirical distribution
of daily average per capita community water ingestion is 2.014 L. A 90 percent bootstrap interval about
the 90th percentile intake estimate for all individuals is 1.996 L to 2.048 L. The method for estimating
bootstrap intervals is described in Appendix D. Ninety-five percent of all individuals ingest 2.544 L or
less of community water per day. The 90 percent bootstrap interval about  this estimate is 2.500-2.584 L
(see Table 4.1. A).

    Figure 4.1.F1 depicts the empirical cumulative distribution of daily average per capita community
water ingestion for all individuals based on the complete 1994-1996 and 1998 data. Considering that the
5th percentile estimate from this empirical distribution is, zero and the 95th percentile estimate is 2.544 L
(see Appendix E, Part I, Table A.I), the empirical distribution is skewed.  Observe that the estimated
mean is 926 mL/person/day, while the estimated  medial i is 710 mL/person/day.  This suggests that the
mean estimate and shape of the distribution are influenced by survey respondents ingesting either no or a
very little amount of water or very large volumes of watisr. Figure 4.1.01 displays a histogram of daily
average per capita community water estimates. This his' ogram shows the positively skewed shape of the
data and illustrates that most of the daily average ingesti )n reported  by CSFI1 respondents are less than 2
L. The bar with the midpoint of 1.575 L has an upper value of 1.890 L. This upper value is between the
estimated 80th and 90th percentiles of the empirical distribution.

4.1.b. Ingestion of Community Water by "Consumers Only" (mL/person/day)

    Since 5 percent of all the individuals older than I year of age and 25 percent of the infants younger
than 1 were reported to have zero community water ingestion (see Appendix E, Part 1, Table A.I), it is
important to pay attention to the group "consumers only," comprised of respondents who drank water at
least once during the 2-day survey. "Consumers only" estimates exclude individuals who did not report
drinking water during the 2-day survey period. The mean daily average of estimated per capita ingestion
of community water for "consumers only" is 1.0 L/person/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is  977
mL/person/day to 1.023 L/person/day). The estimated 90th percentile from the empirical distribution of
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             daily average per capita community water ingestion for "consumers only"  is 2.069 L (90 percent
             bootstrap interval is 2.026 to 2.130 L/person/day) (see Table 4.2.A). Figure 4.2.F portrays the empirical
             cumulative distribution of daily average per capita community and total water ingestion for consumers.

                 One point of clarification regarding the histograms (see Figures 4.1.01, 4.1.G2, 4.2.G1, and 4.2.G2)
             is necessary. Amounts printed along the x-axis are midpoint values for all the bars except the first two.
             That is, the width of the third bar and beyond is 630 mL. The first bar for Figures 4.1.01 and 4.1.02
             represents nonconsumers (respondents with zero reported water ingestion or with missing ingestion) and
             respondents with minimal ingestion. In this case, minimal ingestion is more than zero but less than 157.5
             mL/day. The second bar represents ingestion of greater than 157.5 mL/day but less than 630 mL/day.
             Therefore, the first two bars together represent ingestion of 630 mL/day or less.  All other bars are each
             intervals of 630 mL/day.  Bars are defined similarly for Figures 4.2.G1 and 4.2.G2 for consumers except
             that the first bar only represents respondents with minimal ingestion defined as more than zero but less
             than 157.5 mL/day.

             4.I.e.     Ingestion of Community Water (mL/kg/day)

                 The mean ingestion of community water for the United States population, reported in units per
             kilogram of body weight, remains 16 mL/kg/day (90 percent confidence interval is 15  to 16 mL/kg/day)
             (see Table 4.1.82).  For "consumers only," the mean ingestion of community water is  17 mL/kg/day (90
             percent confidence interval is 16 to 17  mL/kg/day)  (see Table 4.2.B2). The 90th percentile from the
             empirical distribution of daily average  per capita ingestion of community water for all individuals is 32
             mL/kg/day (see Table 4.1.B2), and for "consumers  only" it is 33 mL/kg/day (see Table 4.2.B2).

             4.1.d. Ingestion of Community Water by Age (mL/person/day)

                 In the United States population, individuals 20  years and older ingest an average of 1.098 L (the 90
             percent confidence interval is 1.068-1.127 L) of community water per day. This is followed by
             individuals 11 to 19 years old who ingest an average of 684 mL daily (the 90 percent confidence interval
             is 634 to 733 mL), children 1 to 10 years old who ingest an average of 395 mL daily (the 90 percent
             confidence interval is 378 to 412 mL/person/day), and children less than 1  year old who ingest an average
             of 327 mL daily (the 90 percent confidence interval is 307 to 347 mL/person/day) (see Table 4.1 .Bl).

                 Caretakers for more than 25 percent of the children under 1 year of age reported zero community
             water ingestion for that age group (see Appendix E, Part 1, Table A. 1). It is assumed that these zero
             consumers are ingesting mostly biological water (such as is present in milk) or commercial water (present
             in undiluted juice or formula) that are not included  in these estimates.

                 Results for "consumers only" by age category are similar.  Individuals  20 years or older ingest an
             average of 1.176 L of community water per day (the 90 percent confidence interval is  1.148-1.204
             L/person/day). Young adults 11 to 19 years old ingest an average of 736 mL/person/day (the 90 percent
             confidence interval  is 684 to 787 mL/person/day), children 1 to 10 years of age ingest  an average of 431
             mL/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 414 to 449 mL/day), and children under 1 year of age ingest
             an average of 502 mL/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 479 to 524 mL/day). The estimated 90th
             percentile ingestion for children under one year of age is 976 mL/person (see Table 4.2.B1).
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4.2.      Estimates of Per Capita Community Water [Ingestion by Gender

    Maintaining the same broad age categories presented in Section 4.1. this section reports daily average
per capita ingestion estimates of community water by gender.

4.2.a. Ingestion of Community Water by Gender (mL/person/day)

    Similar to our previous report (U.S. EPA, 2000), Ihe mean community water ingested by males is
statistically significantly higher than that ingested by females in all age categories except for children
younger than 1 year and children 1 to 10 years of age (sde Table 4.1 .Cl and Fig.4.1 .Cl). The highest
mean per capita ingestion of community water by males is found in the 20 years and older age group. The
mean for this group is 1.162 L/person/day and the 90th nercentile is 2.337 L/person/day. For females 20
years of age and older, the mean daily average estimated! per capita community  water ingestion is 1.039 L,
while the 90th percentile estimate is 2.126 L. For males and females in all age groups younger than 20
years of age the 90lh percentile estimates are all less than 2 L/person/day.

    Similarly, the above results are confirmed by "consumers only" estimates. The male consumers
ingest more community water on average than female consumers (see Table 4.2.C1 and Figure 4.2.C1).
Male consumers 20 years and older have the highest estimated mean per capita  ingestion (1.242 L).  The
90th percentile estimate of daily average per capita community water ingestion  for male consumers 20
years and older is 2.387 L.  The daily average per capita;community water ingestion for female consumers
20 years and older is 1.116 L, and the 90th percentile estimate is 2.165 L.  The difference in means
between the two genders for individuals 20 years and older is 126 mL or 4.2 fluid ounces.  Ninetieth
percentile estimates are less than 2 L/person/day for male  and female consumers in all age groups
younger than 20 years old.

4.2.b.    Ingestion of Community Water By Age and Gender (mL/kg/day)

    For all individuals, the lowest estimated mean daily average per capita ingestion of community water,
reported per kilogram of body weight, is 12 mL/kg/day for individuals aged 11  to 19 years. The highest
estimated mean daily average per capita ingestion is 46 mL/kg/day for children less than 1 year of age.
Adults 20 years and older have a mean daily average per capita ingestion of 15 mL/kg/day, and children
one to ten years old have a mean daily average per capitla ingestion of 19 mL/kg/day (see Table 4.1.82).
This pattern is similar for "consumers only" (see Table 4.2.B2). Thus, based on per kilogram body
weight, the infants less than 1 year of age ingest approximately three to four times the estimated amount
of community water as the adult 20 years or older.

    Males and females in the  U.S. population have simijlar mean daily average per capita ingestion,
reported per kilogram of body weight, from community'water. Females have the same or higher mean
ingestion than males for all age groups except for individuals 11 to 19 years of age (11 mL/kg/day versus
13 mL/kg/day) (see Table 4.1.C2).  The comparison betiween mean ingestion estimates for male and
female consumers is similar (see  Table 4.2.C2).

4.3.      Per Capita Estimates of Community Water Ingestion By Children Younger Than One
         Year of Age

    While children younger than 1 year of age ingest the lowest amount of community water when
compared to other age groups, the mean ingested amount is the highest for children under 1 year of age
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             when estimates are normalized by body weight. Section 4.3.a presents estimates in units of
             mL/person/day while body weight normalized estimates appear in Section 4.3.b.

              4.3.a. Ingestion of Community Water for Children Younger Than One Year of Age
                 (mL/person/day)

                 The age group with the lowest estimated mean ingestion of direct and indirect community water for
             both genders is children less than 1 year of age. This is also the only age group where the estimated
             mean per capita ingestion by females (347 mL) is higher than that for males (308 mL) (see Table 4.1.C1).
             Similarly, female consumers less than 1 year of age have a higher estimated mean  per capita ingestion of
             community water than male consumers (515 mL/day versus 488 mL/day) (see Table 4.2.C1). However,
             the difference between estimated gender means for children younger than 1 year of age is not considered
             statistically significant because the estimated  90 percent confidence interval for mean water ingested by
             females (486-543 mL/person/day) overlaps that for males (454-522 mL/person/day).

             4.3.b.     Ingestion of Community Water for Children Younger Than One Year of Age
              mL/kg/day)

                 Children younger than 1 year of age have an estimated per capita mean ingestion of community water
             of 46 mL/kg/day, the highest of the age categories. This compares to the mean estimated value of 16
             mL/kg/day of community water ingested by all individuals (see Table 4.1 ,B2). Likewise, consumers less
             than 1 year of age have the highest estimated  mean ingestion, 71 mL/kg/day.  The  estimated mean for all
             consumers (all ages) is 17 mL/kg/day.  Therefore, infants younger than one year of age ingest
             approximately three to four times the estimated amount of community water than do individuals in all age
             groups (see Table 4.2.B2).

             4.4.      Per Capita Ingestion of Community Water for Women in Childbearing Years

                 Women aged  15 through 44 are classified in this report as being in childbearing years. Estimated
             water ingestion for these women are further delineated by pregnant and lactating women and their
             nonpregnant and nonlactating cohorts.  Section 4.4a characterizes  estimated daily average per capita
             ingestion of community water in units of mL/person/day. Units recorded in Section 4.4b are mL/kg/day.

             4.4a. Estimated Ingestion of Community Water for Women in Childbearing Years in
             (mL/person/day)

                 On average, lactating women ingest the largest per capita amount of community water. The estimated
             mean daily average ingestion by lactating women is 1.379 L, while the means for pregnant women and the
             nonpregnant and nonlactating women in childbearing years are 819 mL and 916 mL, respectively. The
             75th percentile estimate for lactating women exceeds 2 L (2.263 L) compared to 1.264 L for their
             nonpregnant and nonlactating cohorts of childbearing age. The 90th percentile daily average per capita
             ingestion by lactating women is estimated to be 2.872 L, as compared to the estimated 90th percentile of
             1.953 L ingested by nonpregnant and nonlactating women in childbearing years. The 90lh percentile
             estimate from the empirical distribution of daily average per capita ingestion of community water by
             pregnant women is 1.815 L. The 95* percentile estimates from the empirical distributions of daily
             average per capita ingestion of community water for pregnant women, lactating women, and nonpregnant
             and nonlactating women aged 15 to 44 are 2.503 L, 3.434 L, and 2.575 L, respectively (see Table 4.1.E
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and Appendix E, Part I, Table A.3).

    Similarly, for "consumers only," lactating women i
nonpregnant and nonlactating women of childbearing age
community water for "consumers only" lactating women
and for nonpregnant and nonlactating women
percentile estimate of ingestion for "consumers only"
compared to 1.301 L/day for nonpregnant and nonlactatijig
for pregnant women. The 90th percentile estimate of ing esti
both lactating women and nonpregnant and nonlactating
respectively). The 95th percentile estimates of daily
pregnant consumers, lactating consumers, and nonpregnE|nt
2.589 L, 3.588 L, and 2.614 L, respectively (see Table
        invest more water than do pregnant women or
            The estimated mean daily average ingestion of
          is 1.665 L, for pregnant women it is 872 mL,
of childbes ring age it is 976 mL.  As noted above, the 75th
       lactating women exceeds 2 L/day (2.417 L/day),
            women of childbearing age and 1.424 L/day
          estion for "consumers only" exceeds 2 L/day for
          women of childbearing age (2.959 L and 2.013 L,
      average per capita ingestion of community water for
            and nonlactating consumers aged 15 to 44 are
           .E and Appendix E, Part HI, Table A.3).
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4.4.b.    Estimated Community Water Ingestion in Units of mL/kg/day

    When estimates are reported for all women of childbearing age in units of milliliter per kilogram of
body weight per day, the mean ingestion of community \yater by lactating women also is the highest at 21
mL/kg/day.  Pregnant women have the lowest mean ingejstion of community water with an estimated
mean of 13 mL/kg/day. Nonpregnant and nonlactating \yomen in childbearing years have an estimated
mean ingestion of 14 mL of community water/kg/day.  Tjhe 90th and 95th percentiles from the empirical
distribution of daily average per capita ingestion of conujiunity water per kilogram of body weight for
lactating women both exceed 50 mL/kg/day.  Ninetieth pjercentile estimates for pregnant women and
nonpregnant and nonlactating women in childbearing years are both 31 mL/kg/day, while the 95th
percentile estimates from these two distributions are 43 and 38 mL/kg/day, respectively (see Appendix E,
Part II, Table A.3).

    The estimated mean per capita ingestion of community water is 26 mL/kg/day for lactating
consumers, 14 mL/kg/day for pregnant consumers, and l|5 mL/kg/day for nonpregnant and nonlactating
female consumers aged 15 to 44. The estimated 90th and 95th percentiles of daily average per capita
ingestion per kilogram of body weight for lactating cons
          imers both exceed 50 mL/kg/day. Ninetieth
percentile estimates for pregnant consumers and nonprej nant and nonlactating female consumers aged 15
to 44 are 33 mL/kg/day and 32 mL/kg/day, respectively,
         while the 95th percentile estimates from these two
groups are 43 mL/kg/day and 38 mL/kg/day (see Appendix E, Part IV, Table A.3).

4.5.  Ingestion of Bottled Water and Water from Oth^r Sources

    The 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII asked participants the source of their drinking water. One answer
choice was bottled water. Section 4.5 summarizes daily Average per capita ingestion estimates of bottled
water and water from other noncommunity sources. Within Section 4.5. a. estimates of bottled water and
water from other noncommunity sources are discussed for all individuals, both in units of milliliter per
person per day and in ingestion units normalized for bodly weight. Section 4.5.b characterizes estimated
bottled water and other noncommunity water ingestion fpr "consumers only."

4.5.a. Ingestion of Bottled Water and Water from CHJher Sources (All Individuals)

    Based on the latest analyses, mean per capita ingestipn of bottled water for the United States
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              population is estimated to be 163 mL. The addition to the overall sample of more than 5,000 children
              younger than 10 years of age in the CSFII 1998 survey resulted in very little change in the estimates of
              bottled water and other water ingestion for the general population (all ages). The estimated mean daily
              average per capita ingestion of bottled water from the 1994 through 1996 CSFII data was 161
              mL/pcrson/day. With the addition of the 1998 CSFII data, as stated above, the estimated mean daily
              average per capita ingestion of bottled water is 163 mL/person/day. This represents a 1 percent increase
              that is not considered statistically significant.

                 The 90th and 95th percentile estimates from the empirical distribution of daily average per capita
              ingestion of bottled water for the United States population are 592 mL and 1,059 mL, respectively (see
              Table 4.1,A).  The estimated mean ingestion of water from other sources by the United States population
              is 128 mL/person/day.  Ninetieth and 95th percentile estimates of per capita ingestion of water from other
              sources are 345 mL and 1,008 mL, respectively (see Table 4. LA). Other sources include water from
              wells, rain cisterns, springs, and sources identified by respondents as "other."  Comparing the mean daily
              average per capita ingestion of bottled water and water from other sources to total water ingestion
              regardless of sources (1.233 L) suggests that 13 percent of total water ingestion is attributable to bottled
              water, while 10 percent is attributable to water from other sources.  Community water comprises 75
              percent of the total water ingestion by individuals in the United States population.

                 When estimated across age groups, the mean daily average per capita ingestion of bottled water by
              kilogram of body weight is 3 mL/kg/day. This is true for both genders. The estimated empirical
              pcrcentiles of bottled water ingestion for all individuals (see Appendix E, Parts I and II, Table B.I)
              illustrate that more than 75  percent of respondents do not ingest bottled water, either directly as a
              beverage or indirectly from foods. The estimated mean indirect ingestion of bottled water is higher than
              that ingested directly as a beverage for children younger than 1 year of age (see Appendix E, Parts I and
              II, Table B.I). Across genders, the estimated mean of directly ingested bottled water for children younger
              than one year of age is 23 mL/person/day, while the estimated mean indirect ingestion for this age group
              is 93 mL/person/day. Normalized by body weight, children younger than 1 year of age directly ingest a
              mean daily average of 3  mL bottled water/kg/day, while  the estimated mean indirect ingestion is 14
              mL/kg/day. In that group, bottled water is most probably used to hydrate powered formula. Ingestion
              through this route is considered indirect. For all other age groups, estimates of directly ingested bottled
              water are higher than those estimated for indirect ingestion  from foods and beverages.

                 Table B.3 of Appendix E, Part II shows that pregnant women ingest bottled water at an estimated rate
              of 5 mL/kg/day. For lactating and nonpregnant and nonlactating women in childbearing years, the
              estimated mean ingestion of bottled water is 3 mL/kg/day.  In general, empirical estimates of bottled water
              ingestion for pregnant women are higher than those for their cohorts.

              4.5.b. Estimated Ingestion of Bottled Water and Water from Other Sources ("Consumers Only")

                 Daily average per capita ingestion of bottled water for consumers is estimated to be 736 mL/person.
              The 90th and 95th percenlile estimates of ingestion for consumers of bottled water are 1.567 L/person/day
              and 1.964 L/person/day, respectively (see Table 4.2.A). The daily average per capita ingestion of water
              for consumers from other sources is 963 mL. The 90*  and 95* percentile estimates of daily per capita
              ingestion are 1.970 L and 2.468 L, respectively (see Table 4.2.A). Adult male consumers 20 years of age
              and older ingest an average of 10 mL/kg/day of bottled water while female adult consumers in the same
              age group ingest, on average, 13 mL/kg/day of bottled water.
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    The highest estimated mean ingestion of bottled water by "consumers only," normalized by body
weight, is for children younger than 1 year of age. Again, the mean estimated indirect ingestion of bottled
water for these consumers exceeds that of direct ingestion for this age group. The estimated mean per
capita indirect ingestion of bottled water for consuming children younger than 1 year of age is 85
mL/kg/day while the estimate mean direct ingestion of bottled water by consuming children is 17
mL/kg/day (see Appendix E, Part IV, Table B.I).  Pregnant women who consume water ingest an average
of 12 mL/kg/day of bottled water directly as a beverage. [This compares to directly ingested averages of 6
mL/kg/day and  11 mL/kg/day for lactating and nonpregriant and nonlactating women in childbearing
years, respectively (see Appendix E, Part IV, Table B.3).

4.6.       Estimated Per Capita Total Water Consumption

    This section summarizes per capita total water ingestion estimates across sources of water.  Estimates
include waters ingested directly as beverages and indirectly through food and drink.  Section 4.6.a
characterizes ingestion estimates for all individuals while estimates for "consumers only" are discussed in
Section 4.6.b.

4.6.a.     Ingestion of Total Water by All Individuals

    The mean estimate of total water ingestion (ingestion of water from all sources) for the genera!
population is 1.233 L/person/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 1.200-1.265 L/person/day).  The
estimated 90!h and 95lh percentiles of the empirical distribution of daily average per capita ingestion  are
2.341 L and 2.908 L/person/day, respectively (see Table 4.1.D1). Approximately 85 percent of the U.S.
population ingests 2 L or  less per day of total water (see Figure 4.1 .F2).

    For children younger than 1 year of age, the estimated mean ingestion of total water is 488
mL/person/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 464-512 mL/person/day).  The 90th and 95th
percentiles of total water ingestion are 993 mL/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 960-1,032
mL/person/day) and 1.209 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 1.142-1.303 L/person/day),
respectively. The mean value of the daily total water ingestion for a child 1 to 10 years old is 531
mL/person/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 513-550 mL/person/day).  The 90lh and 95th
percentiles of total water ingestion are 1.022 L/person/dky (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 994-1,037
mL/person/day) and 1.257 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 1.227-1.301 L/person/day),
respectively (see Table 4.1 .Dl). Thus, similar to our previous report (U.S. EPA, 2000), approximately 90
percent of children 10 years of age or younger consume less than or equal to the default value of 1 L per
day.

4.6.b.     Ingestion of Total Water by "Consumers Only"

    The most conservative water ingestion distributions for the 2-day average per capita ingestion of
water from all sources (excluding commercial and biological water) are by "consumers only." The
estimated means and percentile distributions of the 11 to 19 year-old, the adults (age 20 and older) and the
general population (all ages) are similar to our prior report (U.S. EPA, 2000). The estimated mean for the
general population is 1.242 L/person/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 1.210-1.274
L/person/day).

    The 90th and 95lh percentiles are 2.345 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 2.284-2,403
L/person/day) and 2.923 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 2.842-2.997 L/person/day),
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              respectively (see Table 4.2. Dl). Approximately 84 percent of "consumers only" ingest an amount less
              than or equal to the default value of 2 L per day when considering total water (see Figure 4.2.F2). For
              "consumer only" infants younger than 1 year old, the estimated mean ingeslion of total water is 580
              mL/person/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 557-604 mL/person/day).  The 90th and 95th
              percentiles are 1.038 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 1.008-1.071 L/person/day) and
              1.280 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 1.177-1.314 L/person/day), respectively. For
              "consumer only" children I to 10 years of age, the estimated mean ingestion of total water is 536
              mL/person/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 517-555 mL/person/day).  The 90th and 95Ih
              percentiles are 1.024 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 987-1,065 mL/person/day) and
              1,258 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 1.! 84-1.336 L/person/day), respectively (see
              Table 4.2.D1). Therefore, even by the most conservative estimate (i.e., water from all sources and
              excluding the zero consumers), 90 percent of all children 10 years or younger ingest an amount less than
              or equal to the default value of 1 L of water per day.

              4.7.      Estimates of the Percentage of Setect "Consumers Only"  Subpopulations Who Ingest Two
                       Liters or Less Per Day

                 Figures 4.3.A and 4.3.B illustrate empirical cumulative distribution functions for daily average per
              capita ingestion of community water and total water, respectively. Units are mL/person/day. The
              cumulative distribution functions for per capita water ingestion by select subpopulations of "consumers
              only" are overlaid on each graph.  From the empirical distributions of daily average per capita ingestion
              for select subpopulations of adults, we determined the percentage of individuals who ingest 2 L or less of
              water.  Tabulated estimates are provided for both community water and total water for "consumers only"
              and all individuals. For both sources of water, percentages are estimated using combined direct and
              indirect ingestion.

                 When performing risk assessment analyses,  a common practice has been to use 2  L per person per day
              as a default value for water ingestion.  The value of 2 L per person per day corresponds to the
              approximate  85* percentile of the cumulative distribution of per capita direct and indirect total water
              ingestion for all  individuals (see Figure 4.1 .F2) and the approximate 84th percentile of per capita direct
              and indirect total water ingestion for "consumers only" (see Figure 4.2.F2).  Various subpopulations are
              often the focus of risk assessments where water ingestion is a critical variable.  In such cases, the question
              of which percentile the default value corresponds to on the subpopulation cumulative distribution
              invariably arises. Table 4.3 presents estimated percentages of adult males and adult females 20 years of
              age and older who ingest 2 L or less of water per day. Percentage estimates also are presented for women
              in the childbearing years  of 15 to 44.  For this age group, the table records estimated percentages of
              women who ingest 2 L of water or less per day  for the subpopulation of pregnant women, lactating
              women, and their nonpregnant and nonlactating cohort.

                 While an estimated 82 percent of women 20 years of age and older ("consumers only") ingest 2 L or
              less of total water per day, 38.5 percent of lactating women ( 1-(61.5/100)) "consumers only" ingest a
              daily average of more than 2 L of total water. For female "consumers only" aged 20 years and older, an
              estimated 87  percent ingest 2 L of community water or less per day.  This percentage is much higher than
              the 60 percent of lactating women consumers who ingest 2 L or less of community water per day.

                 When viewed as daily average per capita consumption, males aged 20 and older ingest larger amounts
              of water than females in this age group. Therefore, it is expected that a smaller percentage of males 20
              years of age and older will ingest 2 L of water or less per day than females in that age group. Table 4.3

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shows this expectation to be true. For example, approximately 84 percent of male consumers aged 20 and
older ingest 2 L of community water per day or less, while 87 percent of female consumers in the same
age group ingest 2 L of community water or less per day. This relationship holds true for community
water and total water ingestion for both all individuals and "consumers only."

    Approximately 84 percent of adult male "consumers only" ingest 2 L or less of community water per
day, while an estimated 76 percent of adult male "consumers only" ingest 2 L or less of total water per
day. Percentage estimates do  not change appreciably when all individuals are considered.

    Table 43. Estimated Percentage Of Individuals From Selected Subpopulations Who Ingest a
              Mean Daily Average of 2 Liters or Less of Direct and Indirect Water
SUBPOPULATION
Males 20+ years
Females 20+ years
Pregnant Women
Lactating Women
Nonpregnant,
nonlactating women
ages 1 5~44
COMMUNITY WATER
All Individuals
84.69%
87.80%
91.32%
66.55%
90.35%
: Consumers Only
83.64%
86.85%
90.76%
59.64%
89.71%
:. : : •• TOTAL WATESR • ':••.
All Individuals
76.13%
SI. 64%
83.99%
61.51%
85.31%
Consumer* Only
76.01%
81.60%
83.99%
61.51%
85.13%
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                      5. ESTIMATES OF WATER INGESTION:
                      ADDITIONAL RESULTS FOR FINE  AGE
                                             CATEGORIES
                    This chapter reports per capita ingestion of water by children within small age range categories.
             We also augment the water ingestion estimates presented in the previous chapter by recording estimated
             water ingestion by adults, based on age categories that are smaller than those reported in Chapter 4.  The
             motivation for producing estimates by smaller (or finer) age categories, especially for children, is twofold.
             First, the addition by the USDA of the 1998 supplemental CFSII data substantially increased the amount
             of available data on children. By over-sampling children 9 years of age or younger during 1998, the
             reported records for children increased by more than 5,000. The increased number of records allows for
             estimates of ingestion for categories with smaller age ranges, which permits a more detailed
             representation of the patterns of water ingestion especially in the young age groups.  Second, consistent
             with Agency policy on children's health, recent draft EPA supplemental cancer risk assessment guidance
             of 2003 places increased emphasis on early-life exposure to carcinogens. As water ingestion is a route of
             possible exposure to toxins including carcinogens, water ingestion estimates for children are needed for
             risk assessments in early life stages. This chapter presents estimates of per capita ingestion for children
             younger than six months and from six moths to one year of age. Refining the Chapter 4 estimates for
             children in the age group of one to ten, this chapter provides ingestion estimates for children ages younger
             than 1, 1 to 3, 4 to 6, and 7 to 10 years of age.

                    Section 5.1 presents estimates of daily average per capita ingestion of community water. Each
             subsection characterizes ingestion estimates in two units: milliliters per person per day and milliliters per
             kg of body weight per day. Ingestion estimates are presented across all individuals in the specified age
             category and for the set of "consumers only." Section 5.2 records total water (across all sources)
             ingestion estimates.  Section 5.3 presents comments regarding water ingestion estimates across age
             categories. Gender comparisons of community water ingestion estimates are presented in Section 5.4,
             while estimates of total water ingestion are compared by gender in Section 5.5.

             5.1     Estimated Per Capita Ingestion of Community Water By Age Categories

                    Daily average per  capita estimates of water ingestion by children 3 years of age and younger are
             presented in four age categories. Section 5.1 .a records ingestion estimates for children younger than 6
             months of age. Amounts of community water ingested by children aged 6 months to  1 year of age are
             characterized in Section 5.1 .b.  Ingestion estimates for children younger than 2 years and between the
             ages of 1 to 3 years are discussed in Sections 5.1 ,c and 5.1 .d, respectively. Section 5.1 .e summarizes
             ingestion estimates for individuals between the ages of 4 and 20. Estimates are presented in four age
             categories: ages 4 to 6, 7 to 10, 11 to 14, and 15 through 19.

             5.1.a   Children Younger than 6 Months of Age

                    Children younger than 6 months of age, on average, ingest the smallest daily average amount of
             community water when ingestion is reported in units of milliliters per person per day (see Table 5.1.A1).
             Children in this age category ingested an average of 296 mL/person/day of community water. This
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estimate was generated from ingestion data recorded for 772 sampled individuals.  The estimate projects
to a U.S. population of 1,957,390 children younger than 6 months of age.  When average daily per capita
ingestion of community water is estimated using only records for children whose caregivers responded
that the child ingested water at least once during the 2-da|y reporting period, the mean daily average per
capita ingestion for these "consumers only"  is 548 mL/person/day. Of the 772 children less than 6
months of age, the sample of "consumers only" consisted of 435 individuals (see Table 5.2.A1).
Therefore, no community water was ingested either directly or indirectly through foods or beverages by
44 percent of the sampled children younger than 6 months of age.  The 90th percentile estimates of daily
average per capita ingestion of community water are 859 and 985 mL/person/day for all individuals and
"consumers only," respectively, that are younger than 6 months of age.

       When the amount of community water ingested by children younger than 6 months of age is
normalized by kilograms of body weight, the mean ingestion estimate for these infants  is higher than that
for any other age group.  Including all 772 infants younger than 6 months in the estimation procedure
yields an estimated mean daily average per capita ingestjon  of community water is 50 mL/kg/day. The 90
percent ingestion estimate for this age group is 146 mL/kg/day. Daily average ingestion of community
water by "consumers only" in this group is estimated to be 95 mL/kg/day.  The estimated 90 percent is
184 mL/kg/day.

5.1.b   Children Aged 6 Months to 1 Year

       On average, children between the ages of 6 months  to 1 year ingest 360 mL of community water
per day. The estimated 90th percentile of daily average per capita ingestion by children  in this  age
category is 885 mL/person/day (see Table 5.1 .A 1). These estimates are based on a sample of 714
children. If only the 562 children whose caregivers indicated that the child ingested community water at
least once during the 2-day CSFII reporting period are considered,  then "consumers only" children aged 6
months to 1 year ingest an estimated 467 mL/person/day.  The lower estimated mean ingestion for
children in this age category is anticipated when viewing the estimated percentiles from the empirical
distribution of daily average per capita ingestion of all individuals  aged 6 months to 1 year. Table A.2 in
Appendix E, Part 1 illustrates that the 25* percentile is estimated to be 17 mL/person/day.  Caregivers for
152 children aged 6 months to 1 year did not record ingestion of community water. This represents 21
percent of the sample of children in this age category.  Table A.2 of Appendix E, Part I also suggests that
the majority of water ingested  by children in this age category is from indirect sources, most probably
water added to reconstitute formula. For this age category, the mean  estimate of directly ingested
community water is 58 mL/person/day while the estimated mean amount of daily per capita community
water ingested indirectly through foods or added to beverages is 302 mL/person/day.

       Normalizing the daily average per capita ingestion of community water by kilograms of body
weight yields mean ingestion estimates of 41 mL/kg/day for all children aged  6 months to 1 year.
"Consumers only" ingest an estimated mean daily average of 53 mL/kg/day of community water.  An
estimated 50 percent of these "consumers only" children ingest less than 10 mL/kg/day of community
water directly as a beverage while 50 percent ingest more than 40 mL/kg/day of community water
indirectly through water added to foods or beverages (see Appendix E. Part IV, Table A.2).

5.1 .c   Children Younger than 2 Years of Age

       On average, children younger than 2 years of age ingest 298  mL/person/day of community water
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ingestion is indirect through water added to foods or to beverages. The estimated mean amount of water
ingested directly as a beverage is 93 mL/person/day while the estimated mean of indirectly ingested
community water is 205 mL/person/day.

      In the sample of 2,526 children in the CSFII survey that were younger than 2 years of age,
caregivers reported that 1,913 (76 percent) ingested community water at least once during the 2-day
reporting period. The estimated mean ingestion of community water across these 1,913 "consumers only"
aged 2 years and younger is 386 mL/person/day (see Table 5.2.A1). Estimated 90lh percentiles from the
distribution of daily average per capita ingestion of community water are 789 mL/person/day and 856
mL/person/day for all individuals younger than 2 years of age and its subset of "consumers only,"
respectively.

       The estimated  mean community water ingestion normalized by body weight is 34 mL/kg/day
when all children younger than 2 years of age are considered in the estimation process. Twenty-five
mL/kg/day is the average amount of community water ingested indirectly by these children while the
direct ingestion mean estimate is 9 mL/kg/day.  The estimated mean ingestion for "consumers only" is 44
mL/kg/day (see Table 5.2.A2) while the estimated 90* percentile ingestion is 109 mL/kg/day.

S.l.d   Children 1 to  3 Years of Age

       According to these analyses, children between the ages of 1 to 3 years ingest a mean of 311
mL/person/day of community water. On average, children in this age category ingested 181
mL/person/day directly as a beverage. Indirect ingestion of community water added to foods and
beverages is estimated as 129 mL/person/day, The estimated 90th percentile of community water ingested
by these children is 694 mL/person/day. The sample of children aged 1 to 3 years across the four CSFII
survey years is 3,855 (see Table A.2 in Appendix E, Part I).  Caregivers reported ingestion of community
water at least once during the 2-day survey period for 3,422 children. Therefore, 89 percent of the
samples children in this age category are "consumers only."  On average,  349 mL/person/day of
community water is ingested by "consumers" only. An estimated 50 percent of these children ingest more
than 270 mL/person/day of community water. Since the estimated median (50 percent) is lower than the
estimated mean, this suggests that the distribution of per capita daily average community water ingestion
by "consumers only" contains some fairly high ingestion amounts.  Table 5.2. A1 shows the estimated
90th and 95* percentiles from the empirical distribution of daily average per capita community water
ingestion by "consumers only" aged 1 to 3 years to be 723 mL/person/day and 946 mL/person/day,
respectively.

       Per kilogram, children aged one to three years ingest, on average, 23 mL/kg/day of community
water. The estimated 90lh percentile is 51 mL/kg/day.  Table A.2 in Appendix E, Part II reports that the
estimated direct community water ingestion is 13 mL/kg/day while the estimated indirect mean ingestion
of community water is 10 mL/kg/day. "Consumers only" children who ingest community water at least
once during the 2-day survey period, on average, ingest 26 mL/kg/day.

S.l.e   Children Ages 4 to 6 and 7 to 10, and Adolescents Ages 11 to 14 and 15 to  19

        On average, individuals in each of these four age categories ingest less than t  L of community
water per day.  The largest estimated mean ingestion for these four age categories is 761 mL/person/day
for adolescents aged 15 to 19 years. The largest sample of the four age categories is 3,202 for children
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community water.  Individuals aged 7 to 10 and 11 to 14|ingest, on average, 453 mL/person/day and 594
mL/person/day, respectively, of community water. Table 5.1 .Al present 90 percent confidence intervals
about the estimated means for each age category. The 90 percent confidence intervals about the estimated
means for the age categories 7 to 10, 11 to 14, and 15 to N 9 do not overlap. This suggests that the
respective estimates of mean ingestion of 453 mL/person/day, 594 mL/person/day and 761
mL/person/day are statistically different.

        The estimated 90th percentiles from the distributions of daily average per capita community water
ingestion are less than 1 L for children in the age groups,4 to 6 years and 7 to 10 years. These 90lh
percentile ingestion estimates are 917 mL/person/day and 981 mL/person/day,  respectively. The 90lh
percentile ingestion estimates for adolescents in the age categories 11 to 14 years and 15 to  19 years both
exceed 1 L/person/day (see Table 5.1.A1).

        "Consumers only" in the age categories 4 to 6 years and 7 to 10 years ingest an average of
approximately 35 mL/person/day more community wate|r than the average ingested for all individuals in
their respective age groups. For example, "consumers only" children aged 7 to 10 years ingest community
water at an average rate of 487 mL/person/day, while the estimated mean ingestion for all children aged 7
to 10 years is 453 mL/person. "Consumers only" in the ige category 11 to 14 years ingest an average of
47 mL/person/day more community water than the estimated mean for all individuals in their age
category. The estimated mean community water ingestipn for "consumers only" in the age category 15 to
19 years is 56 mL/person/day higher than the mean for the age group.  Table A.2 of Part I in Appendix E
suggests that individuals in these four age categories ingest more water, on average, directly as a beverage
than indirectly through food and drink.

        Normalizing daily average per capita ingestion of community water by  body weight yields an
estimated mean ingestion of 22 mL/kg/day for "consumers only" children aged 4 to 6 years. "Consumer
only" children aged 7 to 10 years ingest, on average, 16 mL/kg/day of community water.  Mean estimates
of community water ingestion normalized by body weight are 13 mL/kg/day and 12 mL/kg/day for
"consumers only" adolescents in the age categories 1110 14 and 15 to 19 years, respectively.
"Consumers only"  in these two age categories record the lowest mean daily average ingestion of
community water. The 90 percent confidence intervals about the estimated means for these two age
groups are lower than the 90 percent confidence interval about the mean community water ingestion
across all age categories of "consumers only" (see Table  5.2.A2).  Estimated mean per capita ingestion of
community water by body weight, when all children in the age category are considered, displays a similar
pattern as "consumers  only." That is, as Table 5.1 .A2 indicates,  children aged 4 to 6 years ingest an
average of 20 mL/kg/day of community water, while the  estimated mean ingestion for children 7 to 10
years is  less, at 15 mL/kg/day. Again, adolescents in the age categories 11 to 14 years and 15 to 19 years
ingest, on average,  the lowest mL/kg/day of community water of any of the age categories.

5.2     Ingestion of Total Water (From Ail Sources)

        The estimated mean total water ingestion (ingestion of water from all sources) for the general
population is 1.233 L/person/day (90 percent confidence  interval is 1.200-1.265 L/person/day). The 90lh
and 95* percentile of the distribution are 2.341 L/person/day and 2.908 L/person/day, respectively (see
Table 5.1.81).  Daily average per capita ingestion normalized by body weight across all individuals, on
average, is 21 mL/kg/day. The estimated mean ingestiolti of water across all sources is 5 mL/kg/day higher
than that of community water. Table B.2 in Part II of Appendix E suggests that  3 mL/kg/day of total
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children, and adolescents are discussed in more detail in Sections 5.2.a through 5.2.e.

5.2.a    Children Younger than 6 Months of Age

        For babies younger than 6 months of age, the estimated mean ingestion of total water is 448
mL/pcrson/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 410-487  mL/person/day). As shown in Table
5.1.B1, the 90th percentile and 95th percentile of ingestion are 957 mL/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap
interval is 946-993 mL/person/day) and  1.154 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is
1.070-1.204 L/person/day), respectively. The majority of daily water is ingested indirectly by children in
this age category. In other words, water is ingested indirectly through water added to foods and
rehydrated beverages.  Table E.2 of Appendix E, Part I lists the estimated mean daily per capita direct
ingestion of water for children younger than 6 months of age as 42 mL/person/day.  The estimated mean
daily average indirect ingestion of water through diluting formula and rehydrated beverages is 407
mL/person/day.

        When estimates are calculated using only the data for children younger than 6 months whose
caregivers indicate that the infant ingested water at least once during the 2-day survey period ("consumers
only"), the estimated mean daily average ingestion of water from all sources is 596  mL/person/day. The
90 percent confidence interval about this estimated mean is 564-629 mL/person/day. Both the  estimated
90* percentile and 95th percentile from the distribution of daily average per capita ingestion of water from
all sources for "consumers  only" younger than 6 months of age exceed 1 L (1.022 L/person/day and 1.208
L/person/day, respectively), as shown in Table 5.2.Bl.

        Table 5.1.B2 illustrates that on average, infants younger than 6 months of age ingest 77
mL/kg/day of water from all sources.  For "consumers only" younger than 6 months of age, the estimated
mean daily ingestion of water normalized by body weight is 104 mL/kg/day (see Table 5.2.B2).  The 90
percent confidence interval about the estimated mean ingestion by children younger than 6 months ranges
from 70 mL/kg/day to 84 mL/kg/day.  When estimates are based on "consumers only," the 90 percent
confidence interval about the estimated mean ingestion ranges from 97 mL/kg/day to 110 mL/kg/day.
Since the confidence intervals do not overlap, the mean ingestion of water from all  sources by the
"consumers only" group of children younger than 6 months of age is statistically higher than that for all
children younger than 6 months of age.

5.2.b    Children Aged Six Months to One Year

        For children aged 6 months to 1  year, the estimated mean ingestion of water from all sources is
530 mL/person/day. Table E.2 in Appendix E, Part I shows that, on average, children between the ages of
6 months and 1 year ingest 100 mL/person/day of water directly as a beverage and 430 mL/person/day
indirectly from water added to foods and beverages.

        Normalizing the amount of water ingested by body weight yields a mean ingestion estimate of
water from all sources of 59 mL/kg/day. The estimated 90* percentile from the distribution of daily
average per capita ingestion of water per kilogram of body weight is 118 mL/kg/day. The 90 percent
bootstrap interval about the percentile estimate ranges from 110 mL/kg/day to 125 mL/kg/day.

        "Consumers only" between the ages of 6 months and 1 year ingest an average of 567
mL/person/day. The 90 percent confidence interval about this mean ingestion estimate ranges from 533
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ingestion of water from all sources by "consumers only'] between the ages of 6 months to 1 year of age is
63 mL/kg/day. The 90th percentile estimate from the distribution of daily average per capita ingestion of
water from all sources is 1.05 L/person/day (see Table 5.2.B1), which averages 120 mL/kg/day (see Table
5.2.B2).

5.2.C   Children Younger than 2 Years of Age

       The mean value of the daily total water ingestion for a child less than 2 years of age is 420
mL/person/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 406-434 mL/person/day). The estimated 90th
percentile and 95th percentile of total water ingestion are 900 mL/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap
interval is 878-925 mL/person/day) and 1.079 L/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is
1.047-1.120  L/person/day), respectively for children younger than 2 (see Table 5.1.81). An estimated
mean of 140 mL/person/day of water from all sources is ingested directly as a beverage by children
younger than 2 years of age (see Table E.2 of Appendix E, Part I).

       When normalized by body weight, children younger than 2 years of age ingest an average of 49
mL/kg/day of water. The 90 percent confidence interval about the mean ingestion estimate ranges from
47-50 ml/kg/day. The 90'11 percentile from the  distribution of body weight normalized daily average  per
capita ingestion of water is 117 mL/person/day, while the 95th percentile estimate is 150 mL/person/day
(seeTable5.1.B2).

       Caregivers for 2,283 children younger than 2 years of age reported that the child ingested water at
least once during the 2-day CSFII period. The  average ingestion of water from all sources for these
"consumers only" is 460 mL/person/day. The 90 percen: confidence interval about the mean ingestion of
water by "consumers only" children younger than 2 years of age ranges from 445-475 mL/person/day
(see Table 5.2.B1). This estimated interval is higher than that for all children younger than two (see
Table 5.1 .B1). Since the 90 percent confidence intervals about the means for all children younger than 2
and for "consumers only" younger than 2 do not overlap, this indicates that the "consumers only" ingest
more water on average per day.  The 90th percentile estimate of daily average per capita ingestion of water
by children younger than 2 years of age is 936 mL/person/day for "consumers only."  The estimated mean
daily water ingestion normalized by body weight is 53 ml/kg/day for "consumers only" younger than 2
years of age. The estimated 90th percentile is 120 mL/person/day.

5.2.d  Children 1 to 3 Years of Age

       Children aged 1 to 3 years ingest an average of 424 mL/person/day of water from all sources.
This estimate is based on ingestion data reported by caregivers for 3,855 children. Since the majority
(3,811 or 99 percent) of these children ingested water at least once during the 2-day survey period, the
estimated mean ingestion of 428 mL/person/day for "consumers only" between the ages of 1 and 3 is not
statistically different from the 424 mL/person/day mean ingestion estimate for all children  in the age
category.  Similarly, the 90th percentile estimate from the distribution of daily average per capita ingestion
of water from all sources is 823 mL/person/day for all children between the ages of 1  and 3 years and 826
mL/person/day for "consumers only" in the age category.

       Children between the ages of 1 and 3 years ingest more water, on average, directly as  a beverage
than indirectly through water added to foods and drinks. For this age group, the estimated  mean direct
ingestion of water from all sources is 266 mL/person/day, while the mean estimate of water ingested
indirectly from foods and beverages is 157 mL/person/day. Table E.2 of Part I in Appendix E  suggests
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that this age category is the first where the mean daily average of direct ingestion is higher than that of
indirect ingestion.

        On a per kilogram of body weight basis, children between the ages of 1 and 3 years ingest an
average of 31 mL/kg/day, and the 90th percentile estimate is 60 mL/kg/day for all individuals or
"consumers only" (see Table 5.1.02 and Table 5.2.B2). The 90 percent bootstrap interval about the 90*
percentile estimate ranges from 57-62 mL/kg/day for "consumers only" between the ages of 1 and 3 years
(see Table 5.2.B2). When all children of this age group are included, the 90 percent bootstrap interval
about the 90th percentile estimate ranges from 59-61 mL/kg/day (see Table 5.1.B2).

5.2.e    Children Ages 4 to 6 and 7 to 10, and Adolescents Ages  11 to 14 and 15 to 19

        The estimated 90th percentiles for daily average per capita ingestion of water from all sources
exceed 1 L for children in each of the following age categories: 4 to 6, 7 to 10,11 to  14,  and 15 to 19
years of age.  For children  in the youngest of these four age categories, the estimated 90lh percentile
ingestion is 1,053 mL/person/day.  The 90lh percentile daily average ingestion of water from all sources
for adolescents aged 15 to  19 years  is 1,894 mL/person/day. Since the 90 percent bootstrap intervals
about the 90lh percentile estimates do not overlap, the 90th percentile estimates are considered to be
statistically different and increasing as the age categories increase (see Table 5.1.B1).

        The estimated mean daily average ingestion of water from all sources for each of these four age
categories is less than  1 L/person/day. Children aged 4 to 6 years ingest an average of 545 mL
water/person/day. The 90 percent confidence interval about the mean ingestion estimate ranges from
523-567 mL/person/day.  The mean daily  water ingestion estimate for children aged 7 to 10 is 607
mL/person/day, while  the mean ingestion for children aged 11  to 14 is significantly greater at 811
mL/person/day (see Table 5.1.B1).  Adolescents aged 15 to 19 years ingest, on average, 991
mL/person/day. Children between the ages of 4 to 6 years of age ingest approximately 2.3 times more
water directly as a beverage than indirectly from water added to foods and drinks.  Children in the age
categories 7 to 10 years and 11 to 14 years ingest water directly as  a beverage at 2.5 times the rate that
they ingest water indirectly through foods  and beverages.

        While daily average per capita water ingestion estimates increase as the ages of the four subject
age categories increase, body weight normalized ingestion estimates decrease. Table 5.1.B2 shows that
children between the ages of 4 and 6 years ingest an average of 27 mL/kg/day of water. The mean water
ingestion estimate for children between the ages of 7 and 10 is 20 mL/kg/day while the mean estimate  for
adolescents between the ages of 11  and 14 years of age is 16 mL/kg/day.  The estimated mean water
ingestion of 15 mL/kg/day for adolescents between the ages of 15 and 19 years of age is the lowest
estimated mean ingestion rate of all age categories.

        "Consumers only" between the ages of 15 to 19 years of age ingest an average of 1.007
L/person/day of water from all sources. The 90lh percentile daily average water ingestion estimate for
"consumers only" in the 15 to 19 years of age category is 1.898 L/person/day (90 percent bootstrap
interval is between 1.817-2.026 L/person/day) (see Table 5.2.B1). The average ingestion rate of water
from all sources on a body weight basis is  15 mL/kg/day for "consumers only" between the ages of 15
and 19 years of age (see Table 5.2.B2).

        "Consumers only" between the ages of 4 to 6 years ingest a daily average mean of 28 mL of
water per kilogram of body weight (see Table 5.2.B2). On a per capita basis, "consumers only" aged 4 to
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6 years ingest 549 mL/person/day of water from all sources. The estimated 90* percentiles from the
distribution of daily average per capita water ingestion ard less than 2 L for "consumers only" in the age
categories 4 to 6, 7 to 10, 11 to 14, and 15 to 19 years of age (see Table 5.2.Bl).

5.3     Water Ingestion Across Fine Age Groups

        When viewing the estimates of all fine age categories (see Table 5.1 .A 1 and Table 5.2.AI), it is
clear that the  water ingestion estimates across all individuals are influenced substantially by individuals
20 years of age and older.  For categories of children thatiare younger than ten years of age, the
empirically estimated 90th percentiles of daily average community water ingestion are all less than 1  L per
child per day, regardless of whether all individuals or only the consumers are included (see Table 5.1 ,A1
and Table 5.2.A1). For individuals 20 and older the estimated 90Ih percentile estimate of community water
ingestion is 2.2 L  per person per day.

        Parts  I and HI of Appendix E present empirical distribution percentile estimates for daily average
per capita ingestion of community water ingested directly or indirectly. Table A.2 shows ingestion
estimates of community water for fine age groups. The estimated mean daily averages of community
water ingested directly by infants younger than 6 months' and by those 6 months to 1 year of age are  lower
than the estimated means of indirectly ingested community water. The estimated mean of directly
ingested water for children younger than 2 years of age ip also less than that for indirectly ingested water.
This is intuitive as the infants and children younger than 1 year of age are consuming water which has
been added to reconstitute formula and juices. After these age groups, the mean directly ingested
community water is higher than the mean indirectly  ingested for all other age groups with the exception of
the 55 to 64 age group.

       The histograms presented in Figure 5.1 .Al suggest a "stair step" like increase in mean per capita
ingestion estimates for the three consecutive fine age categories from 7 to!9 years of age.  Table 5.1.A1
shows that the estimated mean ingestion of community water from children in the 7 to  10 age category is
453 mL/person/day. The estimated mean for the next age category (11 to 14 year of age) increases by
roughly 150 mL/person/day and the 15 to 19 year category ingests an estimated mean daily average
amount of community water that  is also close to 150 mL higher than that of the 11 to!4 year olds. The
same pattern is displayed in Figure 5.2.A1 and Table 5.2.A1 for "consumers only."

       The estimated mean daily average per capita ingestion for children from 6 months to I year of age
is 360 mL/person/day. This estimated mean ingestion is 64 mL/person/day higher than that for infants
younger than  6 months of age (296mL/person/day).  The 90 percent confidence intervals about the
estimated mean daily average per capita ingestion for each of those two age groups do not overlap. This
suggests that  the estimated means are statistically different. For  "consumers only," the estimated mean
ingestion by children 6 months to 1 year of age (467 mL/person/day)  is lower than that for children
younger than  6 months of age (548 mL/person/day) by 31 mL/person/day. Again, the 90 percent
confidence intervals about the mean estimates do not overlap and the  mean ingestion estimates are
considered statistically different (see Table 5.2.A1).  When viewing the estimated percentiles of the
empirical distribution of "consumers only" aged 6 months to 1 year, all estimated percentiles except  the
95* and 99lh are lower for "consumers only" in the 6 months to 1 year of age cohort than the estimated
percentiles for consumers younger than 6 months (see Appendix E-Part III, Table A.2). The appendix
table illustrates that the percentiles of the distribution of indirect water ingestion is higher in the children
younger than  6 months whereas the direct ingestion is higher for the children 6 months to 1 year.
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       When all individuals are included, the mean ingestion of community water across all age
categories is 926 mL/person/day and the 90 percent confidence interval about the mean is 903-949
mL/person/day. The estimated 90th percentile of the daily water ingestion is 2.014 L. A 90 percent
bootstrap interval about the 90th percentiie intake estimate is 1.996-2.048 L (see Table 5.1.A1).  Mean
estimates of daily average per capita ingestion of both community water and total water are statistically
higher (cc=0.10) for males than for females (see Tables 5.1 .A 1 and 5.1 .B1).  Gender means are not
statistically different for body weight normalized water ingestion estimates.

       For "consumers only," the mean ingestion of community water across all age categories is 1
L/person/day, and the 90 percent confidence interval about the mean is 0.977-1.023 L. The estimated 90lh
percentiie of daily community water ingestion is 2.069 L and a 90 percent bootstrap interval about the 90*
percentiie intake estimate is 2.026-2.130 L (see Table 5.2.A1).

       Normalizing daily average per capita ingestion by body weight reverses the ranking of per capita
ingestion. When all individuals are included in the estimates, the lowest group mean and upper percenlile
estimates of daily average per capita ingestion from community water (reported per kilogram of body
weight) is for individuals aged 15 to 19 years old (see Table 5.1 .A2 and Table A.2 in Part II of Appendix
E), and the highest  is for individuals younger than 6 months (see Table 5.1 .A2 and Figure 5.1 .A2).

       Adults 20 years and older have a mean daily average per capita ingestion of 15 mL/kg/day, and
children less than 2 years of age have a mean daily average per capita ingestion of 34 mL/kg/day (see
Table 5.1 .A2). This pattern is similar for "consumers only" (see Table 5.2.A2).  Thus, based on per
kilogram body weight, children younger than 2 years of age ingest approximately two to three times the
estimated amount of community water as an average adult 20 years or older.

5.4    Gender Comparison of Community Water Ingestion For Fine Age Categories

       Mean daily average per capita ingestion of community water is statistically higher for females
(394 mL/person/day) between 6 months and 1 year of age than for males (325mL/person/day) in that age
category. This relationship is true for both per capita daily ingestion and body weight normalized
ingestion. Females younger than 2 years of age ingest more community water (314 mL/person/day), on
average, than their  male cohorts (282 mL/person/day). The mean daily average ingestion of community
water by males in the age categories 11 to 14 years and 15 to 19 is statistically higher than the mean
ingestion by females in their age cohorts. When mean ingestion estimates are normalized by body
weight, the amount of community water ingested per day no longer is statistically different for individuals
between the ages of 15 to 19 years.  Estimates of mean daily average per capita ingestion of community
water do not differ  statistically between genders at the oc=0.10 level for  the following age categories:
infants younger than 6 months of age, children between the ages of 1 and 3 years and 4 to 6 years.

5.4.a  Children Younger than 6 Months of Age by Gender

          Females younger than  6 months of age ingest an average of 301 mL/person/day of community
water while the males in the age  same cohort ingest an average of 291 mL/person/day. However, Table
5.1.A1 shows that the 90 percent confidence intervals about the estimated means by gender overlap. This
overlapping of confidence intervals  about the estimated gender means suggests that mean daily average
ingestion of community water is not statistically different between genders for infants that are younger
than 6 months of age. When "consumers only" younger than 6 months of age are considered, the
estimated mean ingestion of community water by females (539 mL/person/day) is lower than that by

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males (558 mL/person/day), but the means are not signifjcantly different (see Table 5.2.A1).

       Table 5.1.A1 lists the estimated 90th percentile frpm the distribution of community water
ingestion by females as 851 mL/person/day with a 90 percent bootstrap interval estimate about the 90th
percentile ranging from 815 mL to 891 mL/person day. Fjor males younger than 6 months of age, the
estimated 90th percentile from the distribution of daily average  per capita community water ingestion is
875 mL/person/day (the 90 percent bootstrap interval is 856-891  mL/person/day). The estimated 90th
percentile from the distribution of community water ingestion by "consumers only" females younger than
6 months of age is 961 mL/person/day, while the estimated 90lh percentile for the male "consumers only"
age cohort is 992 mL/person/day (see Table 5.2.A1).

       When daily average per capita ingestion of community water is normalized by body weight,
females younger than 6 months of age ingest an average of 54 mL/kg/day while males ingest an average
of 47 mL/kg/day.  The  average daily per capita ingestion of community water across gender for infants
younger than six months of age is 50 mL/kg/day (see Table 5.1. A2). The estimated 90'" percentile of
community water ingestion by females younger than 6 months  of age is 156 mL/kg/day while that for
males is 139 mL/kg/day. If "consumers only" younger than 6 months are considered, the estimated 90th
percentile is  191 mL/kg/day for females and 170 mL/kg/day for males (see Table 5.2.A2). Estimated
gender means for "consumers only" infants younger than 6 months are 98 mL/kg/day and 91 mL/kg/day
for females and males,  respectively.

5.4.b  Children Aged 6 Months to 1 Year by Gender

        Females between the ages of 6 months and 1 year of age (394 mL/person/day) ingest, on average,
more community water than their male cohorts (325 mL/person/day). The gender means for this age
category are statistically different at the ce=0.10 level.  "Consumers only" females in the age group ingest
statistically higher amounts of community water per day, on average, than their male cohort (see Table
5.2.A1).  The estimated 90lh percentile from the distribution of daily average per capita community water
ingestion is 979 mL/person/day by "consumers only" females and 959 mL/person/day for "consumers
only" males.

       Body weight normalized amounts of community water ingested per day produce statistically
higher means (47 mL/kg/day) for females than for males (J35 mL/kg/day).  Mean estimates of body weight
normalized ingestion of community water are statistically higher for "consumers only" females (59
mL/kg/day) than for "consumers only" males in the same age cohort (47 mL/kg/day).

5.4.c  Children Younger than 2 Years of Age by Gender

       Females younger than 2 years of age ingest a higher average amount of community water per day
than males in the same age group.  This is true using estimates  using all the individuals of the given
gender in the age category and using estimates produced losing "consumers  only." The estimated mean
community water ingestion by all females younger than 2 years of age is 314 mL/person/day, while males
ingest an average of 282 mL/person/day. The estimated 90* percentiles from the distribution of average
daily per capita ingestion of community water are 797 mL/person/day and 783 mL/person/day for females
and males, respectively. The body weight normalized mean ingestion estimate for females younger than 2
years of age  is 38 mL/kg/day, while the estimated ingestion by the male cohort is 31 mL/kg/day. For
"consumers only" females younger than 2 years of age, the estimated mean community water ingestion  is
397 mL/person/day or 47 mL/kg/day. The 90lh percentile ingestion estimates for female "consumers
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only" younger than 2 years of age are 852 mL/person/day and 114 mL/kg/day. For male "consumers
only" younger than 2 years of age, the estimated mean ingestion of community water is 375
mL/person/day or 41 mL/kg/day, while the estimated 90* percentile ingestion amount is 858
mL/person/day or 101 mL/kg/day.

5.4.d  Children Aged One to Three Years by Gender

       Mean community water ingestion estimates do not differ statistically by gender for children
between 1 to 3 years of age.  This is true whether mean estimates are evaluated by gender for all
individuals within the age category (see Table 5.1.A1) or for just "consumers only" (see Table 5.2.A1).
Body weight normalized mean community water ingestion by females between the ages of 1 and 3 years
is 24 mL/kg/day with a 90 percent confidence interval about this mean estimate ranging from 23
mL/kg/day to 25 mL/kg/day. For males between the ages of 1 to 3 years, the estimated mean ingestion of
community water is 21 mL/kg/day (the 90 percent confidence interval is 20-23 mL/kg/day). For
"consumers only" in this age category, body weight normalized community water ingestion is 27
mL/kg/day for females and 24 mL/kg/day for males. The 90 percent confidence intervals about the weight
normalized means for the genders overlap indicating that there is insufficient evidence at the a=0.10 level
to declare these means to be different.

5.4.e  Children Ages 4 to 6 and 7 to 10, and Adolescents Ages 11 to  14 and 15 to 19 by Gender

       Mean ingestion of community water does not differ by gender for children in the age categories
of 4 to 6 years or 7  to 10 years of age. However, mean daily per capita ingestion of community water is
statistically higher for males than for females in the age groups  11 to 14 years of age and 15 to 19 years of
age (see Table 5.1 .Al and Figure 5.1 .Al).  Mean ingestion estimates do not differ statistically by gender
for any of the four age categories when estimates are  normalized by body weight (see Table 5.1 .A2).

       Mean community water ingestion by male "consumers only" is statistically higher than that by
female "consumers only" in the age categories of 11 to 14 years and 15 to 19 years. The estimated mean
ingestion by male "consumers only" between the ages of 15 and 19 years is 928 mL/person/day while the
estimated mean for female "consumers only" aged 15 to 19 is 699 mL/person/day (see Table 5.2.A1 and
Figure 5.2. A1).  The body weight normalized mean community water ingestion estimate for female
"consumers only" aged 15 to 19 years does not differ statistically from that of male "consumers only" in
the age cohort.

5.5     Gender Comparison of Total  Water ( From all Sources) Ingestion For Fine Age Categories

       Daily averages per capita of total water ingestion for males 11 to 14 and 15 to 19 years of age are
statistically higher, on average, than those for females of their respective age cohorts. The difference is
observed at the a=0.10 level for both "all individuals" and "consumers  only" estimates. There is no
statistical difference in means between genders when daily average per capita ingestion is normalized by
body weight.  No other statistically significant differences were observed between genders for mean total
water ingestion estimates within the fine age categories of children and adolescents.

5.5.a Children Younger than Six Months of Age by Gender

       Mean daily average ingestion of total water does not differ statistically between females and
males when all individuals younger than 6 months of age are considered (see Table 5.1.B1). This is also


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true for mean ingestion estimates normalized by body weight (see Table 5.1.B2). When "consumers
only" younger than 6 months of age are considered, meaps of total water ingestion and body weight
normalized ingestion means do not differ statistically between genders at the a=0.10 level.

5.5.b  Children Aged Six Months to One Year by Gender
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       No statistically significant differences in mean estimates of total water ingestion by children aged
6 months to 1 year were observed between gender. Females ingest, on average, 538 mL/person/day of
water from all sources, while their male cohorts ingest an mean of 521 mL/person/day of water from all
sources (see Table 5.1.81). Notice that gender mean estimates of community water ingestion were
statistically different between genders for children in this age category (see Section 5.4.b).  The estimated
mean community water ingestion by females between 6 months to 1 year of age is 394 mL/person/day.
Mean daily community water ingestion for males in the age cohort is 325 mL/person/day (see Table
5.1.A1). Table B.2 in Appendix E Part I lists the mean daily average ingestion of bottled water as 110
mL/person/day and 130 mL/person/day for females and males, respectively. Mean ingestion estimates of
water from other sources such as wells and cisterns are 32 mL/person/day and 59 mL/person/day for
females and males, respectively in the age category (see Appendix E, Part I, Table C.2). This data suggest
that males between 6 months and 1 year of age ingest more water per day from noncommunity sources
than do their female cohorts.

5.5.c   Children Younger than 2 Years of Age by Gender

       Estimated means of daily average per capita ingestion of water from all sources do not differ
statistically at the a=0.10 level by gender for children yqunger than 2 years of age. No statistical
difference was detected between genders for both the "all individuals" and "consumers only" ingestion
mean estimates. When daily average per capita ingestion of water from all sources is normalized by body
weight, the estimated means by gender for  all individuals younger than 2 years of age are marginally
nonsignificant. The 90 percent confidence interval aboutthe mean estimate of ingestion by females ranges
from 49 to 53 mL/kg/day while the 90 percent confidence interval  about the estimated daily average
ingestion by males younger than 2 years of age is 43 to 49 (see Table 5.1.132). Body weight normalized
mean ingestion estimates do not differ statistically by gender for "consumers only" younger than 2 years
of age.

S.S.d  Children Aged One to Three Years by Gender

       Mean ingestion of water from all sources do not differ statistically for children between the ages
of 1 and 3  years. This is true when the 90 percent confidence interval about the female mean ingestion
estimate is compared to the 90 percent confidence  interval about the male ingestion mean estimate for "all
individuals," "consumers only," and body-weight normalized "consumers only" between 1 and 3 years of
age. The difference between body weight normalized ingestion means by gender are marginally
nonsignificant when all individuals between the ages of 1 and 3 years are used in the estimation
procedure. This pattern is similar to that described for children younger than 2 years of age (see Section
5.5.c).

S.S.e  Children Ages 4 to 6 and 7 to 10, and Adolescents Ages 11 to 14 and 15 to 19 by Gender

       Daily average per capita ingestion of water from all sources (total water) is higher, on average,
for males than for females in the age categories of 11 to 14 years and 15 to 19 years. This is true for
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estimates from "all individual" and "consumers only." Mean daily average total water ingestion estimates
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children 4 to 6 or 7 to 10 years of age (see Tables 5.1.81 and 5.2.B1). If normalized by body weight, the
means are not statistically different by gender (see Tables 5.1 .B2 and 5.2.B2). However, for children
aged 11 to 14 years, the nonsignificance between gender means is marginal. The 90 percent confidence
interval about the mean daily average total water ingestion by males in this age category ranges  from
16-20 mL/kg/day, while the range for the confidence interval about the female mean ingestion estimate is
14-16 mL/kg/day. This marginal nonsignificance is true  for both "all individual" and "consumers only"
estimates. Ninety percent confidence intervals about estimated body weight normalized water ingestion
gender means overlap to a larger extent for children between the ages of 4 to 6, 7 to 10, and 15 to 19.
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     6.  ADDITIONAL RESULTS FOR WOMEN OF

                         CHILDBEARING AGE

       Women in the childbearing age between 15 to 44 years old and pregnant and lactating women in
that age cohort are considered a sensitive subpopulation when assessing risk to human health from
ingestion of waterborne pollutants. This subpopulation is deemed sensitive for two primary reasons: (1)
ingested pollutants may cause risk not only to the mother but to the fetus or infant and (2) pregnant and
lactating women, as a group, ingest larger amounts of water than other subpopulations. Section 6.1 of this
chapter presents daily average per capita water ingestion estimates defined for the entire age group of
women in childbearing years, as well as daily average per capita ingestion estimates for three subgroups:
pregnant, lactating, and nonpregnant and nonlactating women. Section 6.2 compares the per capita water
ingestion estimates for women in child bearing years generated from the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII
with results published by Ershow, Brown, and Cantor (1991). On average, the Ershow et. al. (1991)
estimates, which are based on the Nationwide Food Consumption Survey (NFCS) conducted in 1978,
document  higher levels of daily per capita water ingestion by pregnant and lactating women than for their
nonpregnant and nonlactating cohorts. As Ershow et al. (1991) point out, the higher levels are expected
because pregnant and lactating women have a theoretically greater physical requirement for water.  Later,
the Ershow et al. (1991) estimates were used by  Burmaster (1998) to create lognormal distributions of
water ingestion by pregnant and lactating women which he recommended for use in human health risk
assessments.  Comparisons between these lognormal distributions and the empirical distributions derived
from the CSFII are also included in Section 6.2.2.

6.1 Water Ingestion 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII for Women Aged 15-44

       Table 6.1 .A 1 shows estimates of daily average per capita ingestion of community water.
Pregnant women,  on average, ingest 819 mL/person/day while lactating women ingest an average of
1.379 L of community per person per day. The 90 percent confidence interval about mean community
water ingestion by pregnant women ranges from 669-969 mL/person/day. For lactating women, the 90
percent confidence interval about the estimated mean community water ingestion is 1.021-1.737
L/person/day. Nonpregnant and nonlactating women ingest a mean of 916 mL of community water per
person per day. The 90 percent confidence interval about the mean estimate for nonpregnant and
nonlactating women ranges from 882-951 mL/person/day.

       Estimates of daily average water ingested from aH sources are higher than those for community
water. Pregnant women ingested an average of 1.318 L of water per day from all sources while their
mean ingestion of community water is 819 mL per day. Nonpregnant and nonlactating women in child
bearing years ingest, on average, 1.243 L of water per day from all sources (see Table 6.1.Bl) while the
same women ingest a daily average of 916 mL of community water (see Table 6.1 .A 1). Estimates of 90th
percentile ingestion  values for the three subpopulations of women in child bearing years exceed 2 L
when all water sources are considered (see Table 6.1.B1) while only the 90"1 percentile from the
distribution of daily average water ingestion of community water by lactating women exceeds 2 L,

       When normalized by body weight, the mean community water ingested by pregnant women is 13
mL/kg/day while that for lactating women is  21 mL/kg/day.  The 90lh percentile estimate from lactating
women is 53 mL/kg/day while the 90lh percentile estimate for nonpregnant and nonlactating women is 31
mL/kg/day (see Table 6.1.A2). When all sources of water are included in the estimates, nonpregnant and
nonlactating women ingest an average of 19 mL/kg/day. Mean estimates of total water (across sources)

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ingestion by pregnant and lactating women are 21 mL/kfe/pcrson and 28 mL/kg/person, respectively. The
sample sizes of lactating and pregnant women are smalllespecially when compared to that of nonpregnant
and nonlactating women, and as a consequence, the precision of the estimates from these small samples is
relatively low.

       Table 6.2.A1 presents estimates of the mean, 90r percentile and 95lh percentile from the empirical
distribution of daily average per capita community water ingestion for women in the age group of 15 to
44 years who ingested water at least once during the 2-day CSFI1 survey period. These "consumers only"
estimates include both water consumed directly as a beverage and water consumed indirectly through
foods and drink.  The estimated mean daily average per fcapita ingestion of community water for
"consumers only" women aged 15 to 44 years that are not pregnant or not  lactating is 976
mL/person/day. The 90 percent confidence interval about the mean ingestion estimate ranges from
937-1,014 mL/person/day. Table 6.2.A1 also shows thaj the 90* percentile estimate of per capita daily
community water ingestion for "consumers only" pregnint women is 1.844 L. while the 90th percentile
estimate of community water ingestion by "consumers ohly" lactating women is 2.959 L/person/day.

       The mean daily average per capita total water ingested from all sources by nonpregnant and
nonlactating "consumers only" is 1.252 L/person /day (the 90 percent confidence interval about the mean
estimate is 1.202-1.303 L/person/day) (see Table 6.2.B li).  As expected, the ingestion rates for the
pregnant and lactating "consumers only" are higher. The mean daily average per capita total water
ingested from all sources by "consumers only" pregnant women is 1.318 L/person/day (the 90 percent
confidence interval is 1.199-1.436 L/person/day), whileithe mean estimated daily average per capita total
water ingestion by "consumers only" lactating women isl 1.806 L/person/day (90 percent confidence
interval is 1.311-2.301 L/person/day). These results provide evidence for a statistically significant
difference between the lactating and nonpregnant and nonlactating women "consumers only" because the
confidence intervals for the means do not overlap. That,is, the lower confidence limit on the lactating
"consumers only" mean is greater than the upper confidence limit on the nonpregnant, nonlactating mean
(1.311 L/person/day versus 1.303 L/person/day).  The results do not show a statistically significant
difference between: (1) the nonpregnant and nonlactating "consumers only" mean and the pregnant
"consumers only" mean and (2) the pregnant "consumers only" mean and the lactating "consumers only"
mean. This is indicated by the fact that the confidence intervals about the means overlap.

       Although the estimated daily average per capita water ingestion mean for "consumers only"
pregnant women is not statistically different from the estimated mean ingestion by "consumers only"
lactating women, the two estimated means differ by approximately 0.5 L. That is, lactating women
("consumers only") ingest, on average, 1.806 L/person/day while the average ingestion by pregnant
women ("consumers only") is 1.318 L/person/day. Ershow et al. (1991) also found that lactating women
ingest more water per day,  on average, than do pregnant women. The lack of statistically significant
differences between the estimated mean water ingestion for "consumers only" lactating women and that
for pregnant women, as estimated from the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSF11, most likely is due to the small
sample size of the two groups. Similarly, the lack of statistically significant difference between the
nonpregnant, nonlactating women and the pregnant women also is due to the small sample of pregnant
women in comparison to the nonpregnant and  nonlactating women although the difference is smaller. In
fact, the CSFII sample size of 70 pregnant women and 41  lactating women do not meet reporting
requirements (see Section 3.5 for a description of reporting requirements).  Although the sample sizes are
small, the data do support valid national estimates for the pregnant and lactating subgroups.  Figure
6.2.B1 illustrates the mean daily average per capita total water consumption for the subgroups of
"consumers only" women in child bearing years.


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                     The estimated 90lh percentile of the distribution of daily average per capita water ingestion from
             alt sources by "consumers only" lactating women exceeds is 3.021L/person/day (see Table 6.2.B1). The
             estimated 90th percentile of daily average per capita total water ingestion for "consumers only" pregnant
             women and women aged 15 to 44 who are not pregnant or not lactating is 2.336 L/person/day and 2.338
             L/person/day, respectively.

                     A similar pattern is present when estimates for women in the age group of 15 to 44 years are
             normalized per kilogram of body weight. Table 6.2.B2 records these "consumer only" estimates. The
             mean daily average per capita total water ingestion across all sources of water by "consumers only"
             pregnant women (21 mL/kg/day) and lactating women (28 mL/kg/day) are statistically different from the
             mean for nonpregnant and nonlactating women.  The estimated mean for the nonpregnant and
             nonlactating "consumers only" cohort is 19 mL/kg/day. The 90 percent confidence interval estimate
             about the  mean daily average per capita total water ingestion for "consumers only" nonpregnant and
             nonlactating women is 19-20 mL/kg/day. The mean daily average per capita total water ingestion for
             "consumers only" pregnant and lactating women are outside of this interval.

                     Appendix E presents mean and percentile estimates from the empirical distribution of daily
             average per capita total water consumption for women in the age group of 15 through 44 years. Table E.3
             of Part 1 records estimates for pregnant, lactating, and nonpregnant and nonlactating women when all
             women in the age group are considered. Table E.3 of Part III reports estimates of "consumers only" or
             women in the age group that report water consumption at least once during the 2-day survey period.
             Comparing Tables E.3 in Parts I and III of Appendix E shows that all 70 pregnant women and 41
             lactating women in the survey consumed water at least once during the 2-day survey period.  Therefore,
             estimates  are the same for "all individuals" and "consumers only". Eighteen women in the sample (out of
             a total of 2,221) that were not pregnant and not lactating report no water consumption during the 2-day
             survey period. Therefore estimates differ slightly between Part I and Part III. However, the means are not
             statistically different.
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    6.2 Comparison of 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII Per Capita Total Water Consumption Estimates to
    Published Estimates
    
           la this section we compare the estimates derived from the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII to
    estimates published by Ershow, Brown, and Cantor (1991). Section 6.2.1 of this chapter  provides a
    background for the Ershow et al. (1991) total water ingeition estimates for women in childbearing years,
    which are based on empirical distribution percentiles of the 1978 NFCS data.  We compared results
    generated by  Ershow et al. (1991) to the empirical distributions estimated from the 1994-1996 and 1998
    CSFII data. We present Ershow et aL's 1991 estimates along with estimates based on the more recent data
    to provide a point of reference for potential users of the results and discuss differences in the survey data
    used to generate the estimates.
    
    6.2.1 Survey Backgrounds
    
         Daily average per capita ingestion estimates recorded in this report were produced from daily, self
    reported ingestion data from two nonconsecutive days collected in the USDA's 1994-1996 and  1998
    CSFII. The CSFII is a multistage probability sample of [individuals within U.S. households. When
    generating  estimates for this report, we used probability based survey techniques to estimate empirical
    distribution percentiles and project the sample data to the Nation. During the execution of this statistical
    procedure, no assumptions were made regarding the parametric form of the distribution of daily average
    per capita total water ingestion . The EPA has used the cohort of women aged 15 to 44 to represent
    women in childbearing years. There are 2,332 women in the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII who met this
    age criterion.  Of those women, 70 were pregnant and 41 were lactating at the time of the survey.
    Estimates from these sampled 2,332 women project to aiU.S. population of 58,970,270 women in the age
    group.
    
            The basis for Ershow et al.'s 1991  estimates was self-reported water ingestion data from the
    USDA's  1978 NFCS. Participants in that survey self-reported ingestion for 3 consecutive days.  Ershow
    et al. (1991) reported arithmetic estimates of mean, standard deviation, and empirical distribution
    percentile estimates. Estimates were generated from a sample of 6,466 women aged 15 to 49 years. Of
    these women, 188 reported that they were pregnant at the time of the survey and 77 reported that they
    were lactating. While the Ershow et al. (1991) article indicates that survey weights were applied to
    project the sample to the population, the size of that population is not reported.  Burmaster (1998) used
    summary statistics, i.e., the estimated standard deviation, mean and median estimates reported by Ershow,
    et al. (1991) to create lognormal distributions models ftf total water and tap water per capita ingestion
    
    6.2.2 Comparisons of Daily Average Per Capita Ingestion Estimates
    
             For ease of comparison, we present mean, median and upper percentile estimates of daily
    average per capita water ingestion estimates from the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII and the 1991 Ershow et
    al. estimates using 1978 NFCS data in six tables (see Tables 6.2.1 A to 6.2.3B).  These tables report
    estimates for nonpregnant and nonlactating women in childbearing years, pregnant women, and lactating
    women, respectively. Ershow et. al (1991)  report their estimates in units of gram per person per day. It is
    assumed that the density of water is  1 so that the units of g/person/day are considered equivalent to the
    units of mL/person/day reported for the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII.
    
           Tabulated ingestion estimates from the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII are those for "consumers
    only" since it is assumed that no zero ingestion values \Vere used from the 1978 NFCS. Ershow et al.'s
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    (1991) "total water" is defined as total water consumed directly as a beverage and indirectly through
    foods plus biological water contained in food and commercial water. These estimates are shown under
    the column heading "Total Water 1978 NFCS." Estimates of water ingested from all sources based on the
    CSFII data are reported in the column titled "Total Water 1994-1996, 1998 CSFII".  Total water
    estimates from the CSFII do not include biological or commercial water. Although conceptually similar,
    there are fairly substantial differences between the "Total Water 1978 NFCS" and "Total Water
    1994-1996, 1998 CSFII" estimates. Possible reasons for these differences are discussed below, although
    the main difference probably is due to the fact that "Total Water 1978 NFCS" includes more sources of
    water than "Total Water 1994-1996, 1998 CSFII." Since the inclusion of intrinsic and commercial water
    in the "Total Water 1978 NFCS" estimates appears to account for most of the difference between those
    and the "Total Water 1994-1996, 1998 CSFII" estimates, it may be more appropriate to compare the "Tap
    Water" estimates from the 1978 survey with the "Total Water" estimates from the 1994-1996 and  1998
    CSFII. Ershow et al.'s (1991)  "Tap Water" ingestion estimates are presented in the tables for comparison
    with the CSFII based "total water" and "community water" estimates.
    
           As shown in the summary tables, the  means and  the median values of the "tap water" ingestion by
    nonpregnant and nonlactating women in the 1978 NFCS  are fairly close to the "total water" estimates for
    nonpregnant and nonlactating women based on the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII. However, estimated "tap
    water" ingestion by pregnant and lactating women based on the 1978 survey is much lower than estimated
    "total water" ingestion by pregnant and lactating women based on the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII. Most
    of this difference is presumably due to a higher bottled water consumption by the pregnant and lactating
    women in the later survey.
    
           Additional insight into the differences between the estimates reported by Ershow et al. (1991) and
    the estimates based on the CSFII can be gained by examining the four empirical cumulative distribution
    plots shown in Figures 6.2.C1 A-6.2.C2C.  Two of the empirical cumulative distributions on each figure
    present the lognormal distributions fit by Burmaster to Ershow et al.'s (1991) estimates of water
    ingestion based on the 1978 NFCS data.  The lognormal  cumulative distribution of per capita tap water
    ingestion is labeled "1978 NFCS Tap Water," while the cumulative distribution of per capita total water
    ingestion is labeled "1978 NFCS Total Water."  The remaining  two empirical distributions present per
    capita community and total water ingestion as estimated  from the 1994-96 and  1998 CSFII. As can be
    seen in the plots, the Burmaster lognormal estimates of "Total Water" are consistently higher than
    empirical distributions of "Total Water" derived from the 1994-1996 and 1998  CSFII data. These
    differences may be attributed to several factors. While both sets of data report total water ingestion—that
    is, water consumed directly as  a beverage and indirectly through water added to food and beverages
    during preparation—the methods for determining indirect water consumption are different, and Ershow et
    al. (1991) include more sources of water.  The EPA method of determining indirect water is very detailed
    and based on recipes,  as reported in Chapter 3 of this report.  Methods used by Ershow et al. (1991) to
    determine indirect water were described in general terms. The method they used for allocating the
    amount of indirect water consumed in foods may have differed and therefore could have introduced bias
    into the estimates. Ershow ct al. (1991) also included additional sources of intrinsic and commercial
    water such as milk, carbonated and noncarbonaled soft drinks; beer, wine, spirits, and mixed drinks.
    Also,  the Ershow et al. (1991)  estimates and,  in turn, the  Burmaster estimates, are based on a 1978
    consumer survey, while the data used by EPA were collected in 1994-1996 and 1998. Changes in
    consumer behavior may have  contributed to the difference in estimates. This is suggested by the shape of
    the lower end of the empirical  cumulative distributions, where the more recent data shows much lower per
    capita daily ingestion at the lower percentile levels.  Also, the assumption that daily average per capita
    ingestion follows a lognormal distribution will tend to result in higher estimates for upper percentiles. The
    
    
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    use of the lognormal distribution to model ingestion for all three populations suggests that a higher
    percentage of consumers ingest more than 2 L of water daily than the empirical survey-based estimates.
    This is due to the "heavy tailed" characteristic of the lognormal.  The percentage of bias induced by these
    factors is not estimable with the available data. Users of the total water ingestion estimates for women in
    childbearing years should be aware that the previously reported estimates based on the 1978  data and the
    lognormal models are higher than those based on the empirical distribution techniques applied to the
    1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII data. While the differences  may be due more to differences in what water
    sources are included in the definition of "Total Water,"  ^ny risk assessment that uses estimates of water
    ingestion by women of childbearing age should include  an analysis of the sensitivity of the risk estimates
    to a range of ingestion values based on the estimates presented here.
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                     Table 6.3.A1.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Nonpregnant and Nonlactating Women
                                                     (mL/person/day)
    Estimate
    Sample Size
    Mean
    50(h %
    90th %
    95th %
    Total Water
    1978 NFCS
    (Ershow ft, al.
    1991)
    6,20 1«
    1,940
    1,835
    2,831
    3,186
    Tap Water
    1978 NFCS
    (Ershow et al.
    1991)
    6,201-
    1,157
    1,065
    1,983
    2,310
    Total Water
    1994-96, 98
    CSFO
    2,203#
    1,252
    1,057
    2,338
    2,941
    Community Water
    1994-96, 98 CSFtt
    2,077#
    976
    752
    2,013
    2,614
                 • Women aged 15 to 49 years; # Women aged 15 to 44 years.
                      Table 6.3.A2.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Nonpregnant or Nonlactating Women
                                                       (mL/kg/day)
    Estimate
    
    
    
    Sample Size
    Mean
    50'" %
    90"1 %
    95'" %
    Total Water
    1978 NFCS
    : (Ershow et. al.
    1991)
    6,20 !•
    32.3
    30.5
    48.4
    65.4
    Tap Water
    1978 NFCS
    (Ershow et. al. 1991)
    
    6,20 [•
    19.1
    17.3
    33.1
    39.1
    Total Water
    1994-96, 9*
    CSFII
    
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    19
    16
    35
    46
    Community
    Water 1994-96,
    98 CSFII
    
    2,028#
    15
    12
    32
    38
                 1 Women aged 15 to 49 years; # Women aged 15 to 44 years.
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           Table 6.3.B1.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Pregnant Women (mL/person/day)
    Estimate
    Sample Size
    Mean
    SO1" %
    90" %
    95"1 %
    Total Water
    1978 NPCS
    (Ershow et. al
    1991)
    188-
    2,076
    1,928
    3,028
    3,475
    TapWatei
    1978 NFCS
    (Ersbow et
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    »l.
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    1,189
    1,063
    2,191
    2,424 :
    Total Water
    1994-96,98
    CSFII
    70#
    1,318*
    1,225*
    2,336*
    2,674*
    Community Water
    1994-96, 98 CSFII
    65#
    872*
    554*
    1844*
    2589*
    • Women aged 15 to 49 years; # Women aged 15 to 44 years.
    
    
    
    
            Table 6.3.B2.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Pregnant Women (mL/kg/day)
    Estimate
    Sample Size
    Mean
    SO'" %
    90'* %
    95th %
    Total Water •
    1978 MFCS
    (ErshowetaL :
    1991) : :
    188«
    32.1
    30.5
    48.9
    53.5
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    188-
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    16.4
    34.5
    39.6
    T^tal Water
    1994-96,98
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    69#
    21*
    19*
    39*
    44*
    Community Water
    1994-96, 98 CSFII
    65#
    14*
    9*
    33*
    43*
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                        Table 6.3.C1.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Lactating Women (mL/person/day)
     I
    Estimate
    Sample Size
    Mean
    50" %
    90" %
    95" %
    Total Water
    1978 NFCS
    (Ershow et, al
    (1991))
    77«
    2,242
    2,164
    3,169
    3,353
    Tap Water
    1978 NFCS
    (Ershow et aL
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    77-
    1,310
    1,330
    1,945
    2,191
    Total Water
    1994-96, 98 CSFII
    41#
    1,806*
    1,498*
    3,021*
    3,767*
    Community Water
    1994-96, 98 CSFH
    34#
    1665*
    1646*
    2959*
    3588*
                  1 Women aged 15 to 49 years; # Women aged 15 to 44 years.
    
                           Table 6.3.C2.  Per Capita Water Consumption—Lactating Women (mL/kg/day)
    Estimate
    Sample Size
    Mean
    50"1 %
    90th %
    95th %
    Total Water
    1978 NFCS
    (Ershow et. at
    1991)
    77-
    37.0
    35.1
    53.7
    59.2
    Tap Water
    1978 NFCS
    (Ershow et aL
    1991)
    77-
    21.4
    20.5
    35.1
    37.4
    Total Water
    1994-96, 98 CSFH
    40#
    28*
    25*
    53*
    57*
    Community Water
    1994-96, 98 CSFH
    33#
    26*
    20*
    54*
    55*
                  • Women aged 15 to 49 years; # Women aged 15 to 44 years.
                  * The sample size does not meet minimum reporting requirements as described in the "Third Report on Nutrition
                  Monitoring in the United States".
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                   7.  DISTRIBUTION OF  BODY WEIGHTS BY AGE
                                                  AND GENDER
                         The default body weights  used in many risk assessments are 70 kg for the general population and
                  10 kg for children 2 years of age and younger. These average body  weights are used by many agencies
                  including EPA and the WHO. Using body weight data from the USDA's 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFH, it
                  is possible to estimate means and upper percent! les from the distributions of body weights for the overall
                  U.S. population and for selected subpopulations by age and gender.  Specifically, this document presents
                  estimates by smaller age range categories, or "fine" categories. Fine age categories included in this report
                  are: less than 6 months, 6 months to 1 year, 1 to 3 years, 4 to 6 years, 7 to 10 years, 11 to 14 years, 15 to
                  19 years, 20 to 24 years, 25 to 54 years, 55 to 64 years, and 65 years and older. Additional age range
                  categories include: children younger than 2 years old, and children younger than 6 years; individuals
                  between the ages of 2 and 15 years; individuals aged 6 to 15 years, and older than 15 years; and  adults
                  older than 20, and all ages. Using body weight estimates for finer age range categories has a two-fold
                  benefit. Finer age group estimates allow analysts and policymakers to focus risk assessments on specific
                  subpopulations with enhanced knowledge of a variable that plays a key role in the risk assessment
                  process. And, body weight estimates for these subpopulations extrapolate to the U.S. population and are
                  linked to the EPA's per capita water consumption estimates because they come from the same survey
                  sample participants.
    
                         This chapter reports estimates from empirical distributions of body weights, based on data from
                  the USDA's 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII. The weights recorded in the survey, and consequently the
                  estimates reported in this chapter, are self-reported by the participants. The unit of measure for reported
                  estimates is  kilograms. Multiply kilogram estimates by 2.2 to obtain an estimate in pounds. Tabulated
                  results present point and interval estimates of the mean, 90th and 95th percentiles from the distributions
                  of reported body weights, in kilograms.
    
                         When viewed across genders and all age categories, the average self-reported body weight for
                  individuals in the United States during the 1994-1996 and 1998 period  is  65 kg, or 143 Ib. The  estimated
                  median body weight for all individuals is 67 kg (147 Ib). The average weight of children less than 2 years
                  of age is 10  kg (22 Ib), while the estimated 95th percentile of the distribution of body weights for children
                  younger that 2 years of age is 14 kg (31 Ib). Section 7.1 presents mean and 90* percentile interval
                  estimates about the mean body weights for fine age categories by gender and across gender.  Percentile
                  estimates from the empirical distributions of self reported body weights appear in Section 7.2.
                  Comparison of body weights by available age groups from selected other sources of data are provided in
                  Section 7.3, while Section 7.4 presents conclusions.
    
                  7.1     Mean and Upper Percentile Point and Interval Estimates by Age Category and Gender
    
                         Table 7.1 presents estimates of the mean, 90th percentile and 95th percentile from the empirical
                  distribution of self-reported body weights from the USDA's 1994-1996 and 1998 combined CSFII.
                  Estimates for age categories are first presented by gender and then across genders. Estimated mean body
                  weights between gender do not differ by more than 1 kg until the age category of 15 to 19 years. This
                  feature also  is visible in Figure 7.1. The estimated mean body weight for pregnant or lactating women in
                  the childbearing years of 15 to 44 is the same—66 kg (145 Ib)—as it is for nonpregnant or nonlactating
                  women in the same age group. However, the 90 percent intervals about the estimated mean body weight
    
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    of women in the childbearing years subgroups differ in v
    weight estimate is for lactating women (61-70 kg). This
    women in this category are more variable, Additionally,
    idth. The widest interval about the mean body
    suggests that self-reported body weights for
    actating women are the smallest sample in the
    CSFH survey with 40 lactating women reporting their weights.
    
            Self-reported data from the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFI1 suggest that the average weight of
    females, across all age groups, is 59 kg (130 Ib) while the average weight of males across all age groups is
    70 kg (154 Ib). When considering adults aged 20 or more, the average female weight is 68 kg (150 Ib)
    while the average adult male weights 84 kg (185 Ib). The estimated mean body weight for females is 16
    kg (35 Ib) less than the mean body weight for males for tjhe age groups of 20 to 24, 25 to 54, and 20 years
    of age and older. This 16 kg difference in estimated meaps between genders is the highest observed
    difference across the age categories.
    
    7.2     Percentile Estimates from the Empirical Distributions of Body Weight
    
            While the estimated mean body weight for children younger than 2 years of age is 10 kg (22 Ib),
    the estimated 90th percentile and 95th percentile from the distribution of body weights for these children
    are 13 kg (29 Ib) and 14 kg (31 Ib), respectively. For the! fine age groups of children less than 6 years of
    age, the estimated mean body weight for the age groups ^re within 1 kg of the estimated median weight
    for the age group. This suggests that body weights follovi' an  approximately normal distribution. In
    keeping with this observation, upper percentile estimates from the empirical distributions of body  weights
    for each gender are within 1 kg of each other for the fine age groups of children younger than 6 years of
    age.
    
            However, with increasing age, estimated means become higher than estimated medians. While
    this observation is true for both genders, it is particularly evident for males. For example, the estimated
    mean body weight for teenage males aged 15 to 19 years, is 73 kg while the estimated median is 68 kg.
    This suggests that body weights are skewed with more observed higher body weights. Upper percentiles
    of body weight for males exceed those of females in the same age group when the individuals are older
    than 6 years of age. For example, the estimated 90th percentile from the distribution of body weights for
    women 20 years of age and older is 88 kg (194 Ib) while the 90th percentile estimate for males in the
    same age category is 104 kg (229 Ib). The estimated 95th percentile from the distribution of body weights
    for women 20 years and older is 97 kg (213 Ib) while the 95th percentile estimate for males in the  same
    age category is 110 kg (242 Ib).
    
            As a quick reference, Table 7.3 presents estimates of mean and median body weights by gender
    and across gender for 10 age categories.  For the fine age categories reported in the summary table, the
    mean and median estimated body weights are the same for children in categories less than 2 years  of age.
    This suggests that body weights follow an approximately normal distribution. After the age of 2 years,
    estimated mean body weights are higher than estimated median body weights as age categories increase.
    This suggests that the distributions of body weights are skewed to the right. When viewed across ages,
    the estimated median body weight is higher than the estimated mean body weight. This suggests that the
    body weight distribution across the entire survey weighted sample is slightly skewed to the left.
    
            Although the estimated mean weight of 66 kg for pregnant or lactating women is the same as that
    for nonpregnant  and nonlactating women in childbearing years (15  to 44 years of age), the estimated
    median body weight for pregnant women (63 kg)  is 1 kg higher than the 62 kg estimated median weight
    for their nonpregnant and nonlactating cohorts in the same age category. The estimated median weight
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    for lactating women (61 kg) is one kilogram less than the 62 kg estimated median body weight for their
    nonpregnant and nonlactating age group cohorts. As the asterisks on Table 7.2 indicate, the sample sizes
    for pregnant and lactating women are very smalt.
    
    7.3     Body Weight Estimates from the National Center for Health Statistics
    
           As a point of reference, growth charts for the United States (as presented by the Centers for
    Disease Control and Prevention National Center for Health Statistics) were consulted. These charts,
    published on  http://www.cdc.gov/growthcharts, were initially released May 30, 2000. These charts were
    produced using the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III (NHANES III). There are nine
    growth curves for each gender. Each growth curve depicts a given percentile.  Age is on the X axis while
    body weight is on the Y axis.
    
           The weight of 10 kg for females on the growth curves represents: the 97th percentile at 8 months
    of age; the 95th  percentile at 8.5 months; the 90th percentile at 9.5 months; the 75th percentile at 11.25
    months; and the median for 13.5 months. For males, 10 kg is the 97th percentile at 6.25 months of age;
    the 95th percentile at 6.75 months; the 90th percentile at 7.5 months; the 75th percentile at 9 months; and
    the median at  11 months of age.
    
           Estimates of mean body weights for children 6 months to 1 year of age from NHANES III data
    matched those of the CSF1I for the same age category.  Body weights in NHANES III are measured by
    survey staff as opposed to self-reported.  These data are from a national probability sample of the United
    States population during 1988 through 1994. These mean estimates were produced under EPA contract
    68-C-99-24.
    
           For women in the childbearing years of 15 to 44, NHANES III estimates of median and mean
    body weights  are 63.2 kg and 67.3 kg, respectively, during 1988 through 1994. From the 1994-1996
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                                                   8.  DISCUSSION
           All surveys have strengths and limitations when assessed against the specific objective being
    addressed.  Section 8.1 discusses the strengths and limitations of the USDA's 1994-96, and 1998 CSFII
    data for supporting the estimates reported in this document. Section 8.2 identifies and discusses sources
    of possible bias and error in the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSF11 with respect to water ingestion estimates.
    Section 8.3 presents the report conclusions, and Section 8.4 provides a listing of references used in this
    report.
    
    8.1             Survey Strengths and Limitations
    
           The strengths of the USDA's 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII survey for supporting estimates of per
    capita water ingestion are twofold. First, the survey design is structured to obtain a statistically valid
    sample of the United States population.  Second, the survey is designed to record daily intakes of foods
    and nutrients and support estimation of food consumption. These features are in direct alignment with the
    objective of producing current, per capita water ingestion estimates for the United States population and
    for population subsets sensitive to potential contaminants in drinking water.
    
           The 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII survey design allows the combination of the data collected in
    the different years through a weighting scheme.  This combination of the data collected over the four year
    period provides a National sample of more than 20,000 respondents.  Additionally, the 1998 survey
    sampled more than 5,000 children younger than 9 years of age. With increased sample sizes, the
    precision and accuracy of estimates are improved and the support for subpopulation estimates is
    enhanced. This design structure, in conjunction with the implementation of a sampling protocol,
    increases the sample's representation of the United States population and minimizes possible seasonal
    and/or regional bias from respondents. Low-income individuals and children younger than 9 years of age
    are oversampled to ensure their representation in the sample and improve the precision of the estimates
    for these groups. Finally, the survey weight associated with each respondent's information to project the
    response to the population has been adjusted  for nonresponse bias.  These adjustments were based on
    sociodemographic factors.  Nonresponse adjustments were also improved significantly, i.e. reduced, for
    these CSFII data.  The response rate for participants with multiple days of food intake information is 77.4
    percent for the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII, as opposed to approximately 45 percent for the 1989-1991
    CSFII.
    
           The method employed to collect dietary intake data also strengthened the CSFII design for
    supporting per capita ingestion estimates. For example, the USDA's 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII survey
    was administered by an interviewer on both days of data collection. This administration provided
    multiple passes through the day's intake to facilitate more complete responses. Previous surveys have
    relied on interviewer administration for the first day and self-administration on subsequent days.  This
    change in administration method insures consistency with respect to the recording of responses across
    interview days.
    
            Previous CSFII surveys have collected dietary intake information on consecutive days. This
    collection method raises issues about the contribution of within-individual variance and between day
    correlation to overall estimates.  The 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII collected data on 2 nonconsecutive
    days so that the within-individual variance component and between day correlation is likely to be
    
    
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    diminished. The third change in data collection methods
    this report is that previous surveys included all members
    and 1998 survey includes a subsample of household mer ibers with sampling rates varying to achieve
    more responses from children and the elderly.          !
             that facilitates completion of the objective of
             of a household in the survey.  The 1994-1996
            Another important feature of the 1994-1996 anc
    of water ingestion is the questionnaire design.
    drinking water and water used for the preparation
    indicate if water was ingested at home or away from horfie
    assignment of water source for both direct and i
    Support Files supported the estimation of the amount
    estimation of indirect water ingestion and partitions it
             1998 CSFO that supports per capita estimation
    The questionnaire collects data on a household's source of
       of fooils and beverages. It also allows a respondent to
                This information directly supports the
    indirect \jater intake. The 1994-1996 CSFII Technical
          of water ingested through food. This enhances the
           from water directly ingested as a beverage.
           The limitations of the CSFII survey for supporting
    length of time data were collected, the influence of extreme values
    information to support variance estimation. The CSFII
    Because daily averages are estimated from each respond
    individual's daily average consumption is diminished.
    collection does not produce usual intake estimates.  Usual
    daily intakes of a dietary component by an individual" [i
    presented in this  report characterize the empirical distribution of daily average
    Because the data from the CSFII are not usual intakes
    amounts of indirect water i
    distribution of daily average per capita ingestion can be
    • ingestion, while other consumers report over 2
               per capita ingestion estimates involve the
                      on estimates, and the availability of
            purvey collects two nonconsecutive days of data.
             :nt from only 2 days, the precision of an
             .Iso, the limited time period of dietary intake
              intakes are defined as "the long run average of
             ee Nusser et al. (1996)]. Rather, the estimates
                                per capita ingestion.
           arjd some consumers report no direct and minimal
                            L of ingestion, the empirical
             skewed.
           Another limitation of the 1994-1996 CSFII is a jfunction of the way that survey data are reported.
    Data from two variance estimation units are required to generate an estimate of the variance within a
    variance estimation stratum (see Appendix D for a discussion of the CSFII sample design).  These
    variances are then summed across strata to generate a variance estimate for the subpopulation.  For many
    of the subpopulations evaluated in this report, numerous] strata did not have information for two variance
    estimation units. Because there is insufficient information in the naming convention, combining data
    across like strata was not possible. Therefore, the survey did not support variance estimation for many of
    the smaller reported subpopulations. Because of this, di fferences between means for these
    subpopulations cannot be formally tested and interval estimates about the mean and upper percentiles
    cannot be supplied.  Interval estimates for the mean and upper percentiles can be calculated for the larger
    subpopulations.   Also, certain variables, such as region are at a summary level.  USDA has named the
    States within a region. Estimates by State, however, are not trackable because USDA data do not contain
    a variable identifying States.  For this reason, water ingestion estimates by State are not possible.
    
           Statistically significant differences can be founc^ by comparing the confidence intervals between
    two independent groups. If the confidence intervals for pie two groups do not overlap, then the estimates
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    subpopulations with different lifestyles, occupations, or activities.  Examples of such subpopulations
    include:
    
            •       People with traditional life styles (such as Native Americans and recent immigrants).
            »       People who live in hot climate areas.
            •       People who consume large amounts of water because of physical activity.
            •       People with health conditions that affect water ingestion, such as diabetes, kidney
                   disease, conditions requiring rapid rehydration needs (GI upsets,  food poisoning), and
                   disorders of water and sodium metabolism.
    
            While individuals from these specific subpopulations are included in the survey and U.S.
    population estimates, they were not targeted during survey design and thus do not occur in high enough
    frequencies to support estimate generation.
    
    8.2            Sources of Error, Bias, and Uncertainty
    
            AH survey data contain errors despite the diligence of the design statistician, data collectors and
    respondents.  These errors may ultimately lead to bias and uncertainty in the estimates calculated from
    the data. Some errors are quantifiable, while others are not.  Random error occurs in all measurement
    processes. To quantify error and bias, we must know the true population values.  In reality, these are not
    known. In general, the estimation process assumes that the true population value is known and the error
    is random or may be partitioned to assess components of the variance. In complex surveys, these
    assumptions may be violated.
    
            In general, there are three sources of error in a survey. Two of these sources involve the survey
    design and data collection. The third source of error is introduced during the use of the data. The
    following paragraphs discuss these sources of error specific to the 1994-1996 and 1998 USDA's CSFII
    survey and its use to generate the estimates presented in this report.
    
            The first source of error is attributed to the survey design.  AH designs are constructed to
    minimize the coefficient of variation with respect to a given parameter. For the 1994-1996 and 1998
    CSFII, the goal was to minimize the variance of the mean Day 1  saturated fat and iron intakes. In this
    report, we address water ingestion. Thus, the design has not been specifically structured to minimize the
    coefficient of variation with respect to water ingestion.  Another design error is attributed to nonresponse
    and  how well the sample frame represents the population to be studied.  The CSFI1 adjusts for these
    through its sample weights. The method USDA used to derive survey sample weights is discussed in
    Chapter 2 of this report. For the combined 4-ycar sample, the USDA estimates the variance inflation
    factor (VIF) for 2-day respondents to be 2.50. The VIF is the anticipated proportional increase in the
    variance of survey estimates resulting from the variation in weights and indicates that the VIF measures
    "the broadly calculated average design effect" (CSFII survey documentation, p. 5-3 through 5-6).
    
            The second source of error is measurement error. For the CSFII, this error presents itself in the
    records of foods and beverages ingested by the participant. Measurement error in this case is comprised
    of the amount of a food or beverage consumption reported and the  completeness of the reported
    consumption record. It is generally anticipated that food and beverage intakes are under-reported (Swan,
    1983).
    
            The third source of error is introduced when data are used. The first incidence of this occurring is
    
    
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    in the data coding and database building by the USDA. < )ther sources occur during applications of data
    conventions, such as the recipe fields. As indicated in Cliapter 3 of this report, assumptions were made
    about sources of water and about which foods were prepared at home or by a food service establishment.
    8.3
                   Conclusion
           The purpose of this study is to provide current es
    United States.  Results are presented for the general U.S.
    (gender and age categories, pregnant and lactating women
    from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's 1994-1996
    percentiles from empirical distributions for both direct
    water (water added to food and beverages during preparation)
    and beverages are not included in the analysis.
                                                    i and
             timates of per capita water ingestion in the
             population and for certain subpopulations
             .). The data on water ingestion were obtained
               1998 CSFII. The estimates report mean and
             ain water ingested as a beverage) and indirect
                   Commercial and natural water in the food
           Two liters per person per day has been used as tl
    other Federal agencies, and the WHO. This value is sup| >orted by the National Cancer Institute's report
    (Ershow and Cantor, 1989) based on 1977-1978 survey
                                                       e default value for water ingestion by EPA,
                                                       lata.  The 2 L included the sum of direct and
    indirect tap water ingestion and was the 88th percentile f ar the United States "consumers only"
    population when excluding pregnant and lactating wome|n and breastfed children.
    
           This analysis, based on 1994-1996 and 1998 CSJFI1 data, found that, for "consumers only," an
    estimated 90 percent of the "consumers only" population; of the United States ingests 2 L/day or less of
    community water. This analysis also found that approximately 84 percent of the "consumers only"
    population ingests 2 L/day or less of total water (water fitom all sources) (see Figure 4.2.F).
    
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    estimated 90 percent (but less than 95 percent) ingested
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    be three to four times higher than the mean rates for the
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           Our results show that pregnant women do not differ significantly in their water intake compared
    with nonpregnant and nonlactating women of childbearing age (age 15-44). However, lactating women
    ingest significantly more water than pregnant women an 1 nonpregnant and nonlactating women of
    childbearing age. These conclusions are a result of com] laring the confidence intervals among the three
    groups of women.
    
           The mean community water ingested by males is significantly higher than that ingested by
    females in all age categories except for those children yc unger than 11 years old—both "consumers only"
    and all individuals. This is also true for total water ingei ted by all individuals and "consumers only" aged
    11 and younger.  The highest mean per capita ingestion is found in males in the 20 years and older age
    group.
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            A comparison of ingestion by various sources, indicates that community water comprises 75
    percent of the total water ingested by individuals in the U.S. population, followed by bottled water which
    constitutes 13 percent of total water ingested while 12 percent is attributable to water from other sources.
    
           The default body weights used in many risk assessments are 70 kg for the general population and
    10 kg for children 2 years of age and younger. Section 7 of this report records the mean body weight
    estimate from the 1994-1996 and 1998 CSF1I as 65 kg.  This mean body weight for the U.S. population is
    lower than the default value by 7 percent. The average weight for females is 59 kg, while males, on
    average, weigh 70 kg. The estimated mean body weight for children younger than 2 years of age is 10 kg,
    which is in keeping with the default value.
    
    The results presented may be used in risk assessment analyses where exposures that occur through
    ingestion of water are of concern.  The ingestion estimates presented provide the basis for evaluation of
    the proportion of the population that may be affected under various exposure scenarios.
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    8.4
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              APPENDICES TABLE OF CONTENTS
    
    Appendix                                                                   Page
    
    APPENDIX A: CSFII Survey Questions Pertaining to Water Ingestion 	A-l
    
    APPENDIX B: Examples of Procedures Used in the Estimation of Indirect Water Ingestion	B-l
          APPENDIX Bl: Examples for Estimating the Proportion of Indirect Water in 100 Grams
                       of a Food	B-3
          APPENDIX B2: Examples for Estimating Preparation Water	B-7
          APPENDIX B3: USD A Guidance and Examples for the Calculation of P% and GUi  	B-9
    
    APPENDIX C: 1994-1996, 1998 CSFII Food Codes  	C-l
          APPENDIX C1: Assumptions for the Assignment of Water Type for 3-digit Food Code
                       Series in the USDA 1994-1996, 1998 CSFII Recipe Database	C-3
          APPENDIX C2: Listing of All 3-digit Food Codes in the USDA 1994-1996, 1998 CSFII Recipe
                       Database	C-5
          APPENDIX C3: Proportion of Indirect Water per 100 Grams of USDA 1994-1996
                       CSFII Foods 	C-13
          APPENDIX C4: Proportion of Indirect Water per 100 Grams of Ingested USDA 1998 CSFII
                       Foods	C-44
    
    APPENDIX D: Statistical Methods and Sample Design	  D-l
    
    APPENDIX E: Per Capita Water Ingestion Estimates	E-l
    
    APPENDIX F: SAB Report and EPA Response 	F-l
          APPENDIX Fl: SAB Report
          APPENDIX F2: EPA Response
    

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                                              Appendix A
                           CSFII Survey Questions Pertaining to Water Ingestion
    
           Chapter 3 of this report defines the data conventions applied to assign source and amount of water
    ingested by the respondent. These conventions are predicated on participant responses to survey
    questions. This appendix lists the questions used to assign source classifications, record the amount of
    water ingested by a participant, and identify food sources. These questions were extracted from the
    USDA's  1994-96 and 1998 CSFII survey instrument, "WHAT WE EAT IN AMERICA."
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                                           APPENDIX A
                         CSFII Survey Questions Pertaining to Water Ingestion
    Record Type IS: Households.
    Name
    Position   W  T
    HHID       3-7       5   N  Household identification number.
                                 Applies to all records.
                                 10001 -5 2999 = HHID
    H2O_COOK  103-104   2  N  HIS. What is the main source of the water
                                 used for cooking in your home?
    
                                 Applies to all records.
    
                                  1 = Community water supply
                                  2 = Well or rain cistern (household's)
                                  3 = Spring (household's or public)
                                  4 = Bottled water (purchased)
                                 96 = Other
                                 98 = Don't know
                                 99 = Not ascertained
    H2O_BEVR  105-106  2   N  H19. What is the main source of the water
                                 used in your home for preparing beverages
                                 such as coffee, tea, juices, and baby
                                 formula?
    
                                 Applies to all records.
    
                                  1 = Community water supply
                                  2 = Well or rain cistern (household's)
                                  3 = Spring (household's or public)
                                  4 = Bottled water (purchased)
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                                 96 = Other
                                 98 = Don't know
                                 99 = Not ascertained
    H20_DRNK  107-108  2   N   H20. What is the mairt source of plain
                                  drinking water in your home?
    
                                  Applies to all records.
    
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                                   3 = Spring (household's or public)
                                   4 = Bottled water (purchased)
                                  96 = Other
                                  98 = Don't know
                                  99 = ]s|ot ascertained
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     SPNUM    8-9
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                   Now I'd like you to think about all of the plain drinking water that
                   (you/NAME) had yesterday, regardless of where (you/he/she) drank it. By
                   plain drinking water I mean tap water or any bottled water that is not
                   carbonated, with nothing added to it, not even lemon.
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    D1_H20_O  136-138   3  N   DA 15. How many fluid ounces of plain drinking water did you drink
                                yesterday - day 1 ?
    
                                Applies to all records.
    
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                                  999 =  Not ascertained
    
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    Dl_H20_H  139      1   N  DA16. How much of this plain drinking water
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                                 9 = Not ascertained
    
                                * Skip D1_H2O_A
    
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                                home? Was it tap water, water from a
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                                something else - day 1?
    
                                Applies if; D1_H20_H > 1
    
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                                    2 = Bottled water
                                    6 = Other
                                    8 = Don't know
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                                    9 = Not ascertained
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                              Now I'd like you to think about all of the plain drinking water that
                              (you/NAME) had yesterday, regardless of where (you/he/she) drank it. By
                              plain drinking water I mean tap water or any bottled water that is not
                              carbonated, with nothing added to it, not even lemon.
    
    D2_H2O_O  159-161   3   N  DB13. How many fluid ounces of plain
                                drinking water did you drink yesterday - day 2?
    
                                Applies if: COMP_D2 = 1
    
                                *    0 = None
                                1 - 995 = Fluid ounces
                                   998 = Don't know
                                   999 = Not ascertained
                                 Blank = Not applicable
    
                                * Skip D2_H20_H - p2_H20_A
    D2  H2O H  162
    1   N  DB14.  How much of Chis plain drinking water
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           most some, or none - day 2?
    
           Applies if: D2_H2O_O > 0
    
           *   1 = All
               2 = Most
               3 = Some
               4 = None
               8 = Don't know
               9 = Not ascertained
           Blank = Not applicable
    
           * Skip D2_H2O_A
    D2 H20 A  163
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                                drinking water that did not come from your
                                home? Was it tap water, water from a
                                drinking fountain, bottled water, or
                                something else - day 2?
    
                                Applies if: D2_H20_H > 1
    
                                    1 - Tap water / drinking fountain
                                    2 = Bottled water
                                    6 = Other
                                    8 = Don't know
                                    9 = Not ascertained
                                Blank = Not applicable
    Record Type 30: Food Items.
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    3-7
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                                 Applies to all records.
                                 10001 -52999 = HHID
    SPNUM      8-9      2  N   Sample person (SP) number.
                                 Applies to all records.
                                 1 - 23 = SP number
    DAYCODE    64      1   N  Day 1 / day 2 indicator.
    
                                 Applies to all records.
    
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                                 2 = Day 2
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    FOODCODE 67-74    8  N
    MODCODE  75-80
           Food code. See File 4, "Food Codes and
           Abbreviated Descriptipns" (Chapter 11 on the
           CD-ROM). Complete [documentation of the Food
           Coding Data Base, nutrient Data Base, and
           other supporting files wsed in processing
           the CSFII 1994 is available in a directory
           on the CD-ROM [CD-ROM drive]:\TSF1994. For
           more information see the README.TXT file in
           the root directory of the CD-ROM.
    
           Applies to all records.
    
           *         11000000 f= Human milk
           11100000 - 99999999 = Food code
    
           * Skip FOODAMT.
    6   N  Recipe modification code. Indicates
           predefined survey recipe was modified to
           capture some specific information provided
           by the respondent. Sep Section 2.3, "Data
           Processing."  Modified recipes are found in
           a directory on the CD-ROM [CD-ROM drive]:\
           TSF1994. For more information see the
           README.TXT file in the root directoiy of
           this CD-ROM.
    
           Applies to all records.
    
                        0 = No modification
           100000 - 999999 = Modification code
    FOODAMT  81-88     8  N2 Amount of food in grams.
                                Note: there is a non-zero amount for all
                                foods except human milk (FOODCODE
                                11000000).
    
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                                                       Blank = Not applicable
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                                                  1 = Store
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                                                     pantry
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                                                 11 = Other community food program
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                                                     someone you know
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                                                 15 — Common coffee pot or snack tray
                                                 16 - Residential dining facility
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                                                 71 = Fish or seafood  caught by you or
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                                                     river
                                                 72 = Fish or seafood  caught by you or
                                                     someone you know and coming
                                                     from: ocean
                                                 73 = Fish or seafood  caught by you or
                                                     someone you know and coming
                                                     from: bay, sound, or estuary
                                                 74 = Fish or seafood  caught by you or
                                                     someone you know and coming
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                        This appendix is comprised of three subsections. Appendix Bl provides examples of estimating
                 the proportion of indirect water in 100 grams of a food code. USDA-supplied examples for estimating the
                 amount of preparation water in foods appear in Appendix B2. Finally, Appendix B3 presents USDA
                 guidance and examples for calculation of p% and GUi.
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    Examples for Estimating Preparation Water
           Examples illustrating how preparation water can be estimated per 100 grams of cooked pasta, rice, legumes (dried beans and peas), and
           cereal grains such as bulgur, oatmeal, farina.
           Estimates based on the total solids approach:
    
           Total solids = 100-moisture
           Source for moisture value:
                   CSFII1994-96 Survey Nutrient Database, Nutrient code 255
           Basic algorithms:
                   [TS/lOOg cooked x 100] / TS/lOOg dry - gm dry ingr/lOOg ckd
                   lOOg cooked - gm dry ing/lOOg ckd = gm prep water/lOOg ckd
           Example /.: Cooked rice, white, long-grain, regular
                                   PDS code               Moisture
                   cooked rice      20045                  68.44
                   dry rice         20044                   11.62
                                       Total Solids
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                   [ 3l.56x 100 ]/88.38 = 35.709 gm dry ingred/lOOg cooked
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                           Since 100 grams cooked rice has 35.709 grams dry rice, the remainder is assumed to be water absorbed during
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                   dry noodle       20109
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                    [ 31.30 x 100 J/90.33  = 34.651 gm dry ingred /lOOg cooked
                       100 - 34,651     = 65.349 gm prep water /lOOg cooked
           Notes:
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                                                            Appendix C
                                                1994-1996 and 1998 CSFH Food Codes
    
                         Appendix Cl lists percent allocations of food codes to indirect (implying that water was added
                  during final preparation at home or by food service establishments such as school cafeterias and
                  restaurants) and commercial water.  Note that three-digit food codes for groups of foods which are
                  assumed to be commercial (e.g. 281, "frozen or shelf stable meals") are not included in this list. Also
                  note that 8-digit food codes for commercial ready-to-serve products which are included under a 3-digit
                  food code groups were assumed to have no indirect water (e.g., food code 26100250 "Fish stick, patty, or
                  fillet, NS as to type, battered, fried," was assumed to be 100% commercial.)
    
                         All three-digit food codes from the CSFII appear in Appendix C2.  Appendix C3  contains the
                  proportion of indirect water per 100 grams of 1994-1996 CSFII food codes, and Appendix C3 lists the
                  proportion of indirect water per 100 grams of ingested 1998 CSFII food codes.
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                               Assumptions for the Assignment of Water Type for 3-digit Food Code Series
                                         in the USDA 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFI1 Recipe Database
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                                                                  Indirect      Commercial
    
    111 Milk, fluid (regular, filled, buttermilk, and dry reconstituted)      100              0
    112 Milk, fluid, evaporated and condensed                          100              0
    115 Flavored milk and milk drinks, fluid                           100              0
    116 Milk-based meal replacements, fluid                           100              0
    117 Infant formulas, fluid, reconstituted concentrate, reconstituted     100              0
        dry, and ready-to-feed
    132 Puddings, custards, and other milk desserts                     100              0
    147 Cheese soups                                                90             10
    232 Veal                                                100              0
    241 Chicken                                                    100              0
    243 Duck                                               100              0
    261 Finfish                                             100              0
    263 Shellfish                                                   100              0
    271 Meat, poultry, fish in gravy or sauce or creamed                 100              0
    272 Meat, poultry, fish with starch item (include white potatoes)       100              0
    273 Meat, poultry, fish with starch item and vegetables               100              0
    274 Meat, poultry, fish with vegetables (excluding white potatoes)     90             10
    283 Soups, broths, extracts from meat, poultry, fish base              90             10
    284 Gelatin and gelatin-based meal supplements                    100              0
    285 Gravies from meat, poultry, fish base                           90             10
    321 Egg dishes                                                 100              0
    323 Egg soups                                                  90             10
    331 Egg substitute, from powdered mixture                         100              0
    332 Egg substitute, from frozen mixture                            100              0
    333 Egg substitute, from liquid mixture                            100              0
    411 Dried beans                                                 50             50
    412 Dried beans mixtures                                         50             50
    413 Dried peas, lentils, and mixtures                                50             50
    416 Soups with legumes as major ingredient                         90             10
    418 Meat substitutes, mainly vegetable protein                       50             50
    521 Biscuits                                                    100              0
    522 Cornbread, corn muffins, tortillas                               50             50
    523 Other muffins, popovers                                       50             50
    524 Other quick breads                                           50             50
    531 Cakes                                                      90             10
    532 Cookies                                                     90             10
    533 Pies                                                90             10
    534 Cobblers, eclairs, turnovers, other pastries                       90             10
    535 Danish, breakfast pastries, doughnuts, granola bars                90             10
    536 Coffee cake, not  yeast                                         90             10
    551 Pancakes                                                   100              0
    553 French toast                                                100              0
    555 Flour-water patties                                          100              0
    557 Rice flour cakes                                             100              0
    561 Pastas                                                     100              0
    562 Cooked cereals, rice                                         100              0
    581 Grain mixtures                                              100              0
    584 Soups with grain product as major ingredient                     90             10
    612 Citrus fruit juices                                           100              0
    634 Mixtures of fruits and nonfruit items                           100              0
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    641 Fruit juices, excluding citrus                                   100
    715 White potatoes, mashed, stuffed, puffs                          100
    717 Potato recipes                                               100
    718 Potato soups                                '                  90
    719 Puerto Rican  starchy vegetables                               100
    722 Dark-green nonleafy vegetables                               100
    723 Dark-green vegetable soups                  '                  90
    732 Pumpkin                                                    100
    735 Deep-yellow  vegetable soups                                   90
    744 Tomato sauces                                               100
    745 Tomato mixtures                                             100
    746 Tomato soups                                                90
    753 Other vegetables mixtures, cooked                             100
    754 Other cooked vegetables, cooked with sauces, batters,             90
        casseroles
    756 Vegetable soups                                             100
    771 White potato  with meat, poultry, fish (mixtures)                  100
    772 Puerto Rican  starchy vegetable (viandas) mixtures               100
    773 Other vegetable mixtures                                     100
    775 Puerto Rican  stews or soups with starchy vegetables (viandas)     100
    813 Other fats                                                   100
    913 Syrups, honey, molasses, sweet toppings                        100
    915 Gelatin  desserts or salads                                     100
    921 Coffee                                              100
    922 Coffee substitutes                                            100
    923 Tea                                                        100
    926 Beverages, nonfruit                                          100
    927 Beverages, noncarbonated, without vitamin C, made from         100
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                            Listing of All 3-digit Food Codes in the USDA 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII Recipe Database
    11 MILKS AND MILK DRINKS
    
         110 Milk, human
         111 Milk, fluid (regular, filled, buttermilk, and dry
             reconstituted)
         112 Milk, fluid, evaporated and condensed
         113 Milk, fluid, imitation
         114 Yogurt
         115 Flavored milk and milk drinks, fluid
         116 Milk-based meal replacements, fluid
         117 Infant formulas, fluid, reconstituted concentrate,
             reconstituted dry, and ready-to-feed
         118 Milk, dry, and powdered mixtures with dry milk,
             not reconstituted
         119 Infant formulas, dry, not reconstituted
    
    12 CREAMS AND CREAM SUBSTITUTES
    
         121 Sweet dairy cream
         122 Cream substitutes
         123 Sour cream
    
    13 MILK DESSERTS, SAUCES, GRAVIES
    
         131 M i Ik desserts, frozen
         132 Puddings, custards, and other milk desserts
         133 Milk desserts baby food
         134 White sauces and milk gravies
    
    14 CHEESES
    
         140 Cheese, NS as to type
         141 Natural cheeses
         142 Cottage cheeses
         143 Cream cheeses
         144 Processed cheeses and cheese spreads
         145 Imitation cheeses
         146 Cheese mixtures
         147 Cheese soups
    
    20 MEAT, NS AS TO TYPE
    
         200 Meat,  NS as to type
    
    21 BEEF
    
         210 Beef, NFS
         211 Beefsteak
         213 Beef oxtails, neckbones, short ribs
         214 Beef roasts, stew meat, corned beef, beef brisket,  sandwich steaks
         215 Ground beef, beef patties, beef meatballs
         216 Other  beef items (beef bacon, dried  beef, pastrami)
         217 Beef baby  food
    
    22 PORK
    
    
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         220 Pork, NFS; ground, dehydrated
         221 Pork chops
         222 Pork steaks, cutlets
         223 Ham
         224 Pork roasts
         225 Canadian bacon
         226 Bacon, salt pork
         227 Other pork items (spareribs, cracklings, skin,
             miscellaneous parts)
         228 Pork baby food
    
    23 LAMB, VEAL, GAME, OTHER CARCASS MEAT
    
         230 Lamb, NFS
         231 Lamb and goat
         232 Veal
         233 Game
         234 Lamb or veal baby food
    
    24 POULTRY
    
         241 Chicken
         242 Turkey
         243 Duck
         244 Other poultry
         247 Poultry baby food
    
    25 ORGAN MEATS, SAUSAGES AND LUNCHMEATS, AND MEAT SPREADS
    
         251 Organ meats and mixtures
         252 Frankfurters, sausages, lunchraeats, meat spreads
    
    26 FISH AND SHELLFISH
    
         261 Finfish
         262 Other seafood
         263 Shellfish
    
    27 MEAT, POULTRY, FISH WITH NONMEAT ITEMS
    
         271 Meat, poultry, fish in gravy or sauce or creamed
         272 Meat, poultry, fish with starch item (include
             white potatoes)
         273 Meat, poultry, fish with starch item and
             vegetables
         274 Meat, poultry, fish with vegetables (excluding white
             potatoes)
         275 Sandwiches with meat, poultry, fish
         276 Meat, poultry, fish with nonmeat items baby food
    
    28 FROZEN PLATE MEALS, SOUPS, AND GRAVIES WITfH MEAT, POULTRY,
         FISH BASE; GELATIN AND GELATIN-BASED DRINKS
    
         281 Frozen plate meals with meat, poultry, fish as major
             ingredient
         283 Soups, broths, extracts from meat, poultry, fish base
         284 Gelatin and gelatin-based meal supplements
         285 Gravies from meat, poultry, fish base
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    31 EGGS
    
         311 Chicken eggs
         312 Other poultry eggs
    
    32 EGG MIXTURES
    
         321 Egg dishes
         322 Egg sandwiches
         323 Egg soups
         324 Meringues
    
    33 EGG SUBSTITUTES
    
         330 Egg substitute, NS as to form
         331 Egg substitute, from powdered mixture
         332 Egg substitute, from frozen mixture
         333 Egg substitute, from liquid mixture
    
    34 EGGS BABY FOOD
    
         341 Eggs baby food
    
    35 FROZEN PLATE MEALS WITH EGG AS MAJOR INGREDIENT
    
         350 Frozen plate meals with egg as major ingredient
    
    41 LEGUMES
    
         411 Dried beans
         412 Dried beans mixtures
         413 Dried peas, lentils, and mixtures
         414 Soybean derived products (excluding milks)
         415 Frozen plate meals with legumes as major ingredient
         4f 6 Soups with legumes as major ingredient
         417 Legumes baby food
         418 Meat  substitutes, mainly vegetable protein
         419 Meat  substitute sandwiches
    
    42 NUTS, NUT BUTTERS, AND NUT MIXTURES
    
         421 Nuts
         422 Nut butters
         423 Nut butter sandwiches
         424 Coconut beverages
         425 Nut mixtures
    
    43 SEEDS AND SEED MIXTURES
    
         431 Seeds
    
    44 CAROB PRODUCTS
    
         441 Carob powder, flour
         442 Carob chips, syrup
    
    50 FLOUR AND DRY MIXES
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         500 Flour and dry mixes
    
    51 YEAST BREADS, ROLLS
    
         510 Breads, rolls, NFS
         511 White breads, rolls
         512 Whole wheat breads, rolls
         513 Wheat, cracked wheat breads, rolls
         514 Rye breads, rolls
         515 Oat breads
         516 Multigrain breads, rolls
         517 Cottonseed breads
         518 Other breads
    
    52 QUICK BREADS
    
         521 Biscuits
         522 Cornbread, com muffins, tortillas
         523 Other muffins, popovers
         524 Other quick breads
    
    53 CAKES, COOKIES, PIES, PASTRIES
    
         531 Cakes
         532 Cookies
         533 Pies
         534 Cobblers, eclairs, turnovers, other pastries
         535 Danish, breakfast pastries, doughnuts, granola bars
         536 Coffee cake, not yeast
    
    54 CRACKERS AND SALTY SNACKS FROM GRAIN PRODUCTS
    
         541 Sweet crackers
         542 Low sodium crackers
         543 Nonsweet crackers
         544 Salty snacks from grain products
    
    55 PANCAKES, WAFFLES, FRENCH TOAST, OTHER GRlAIN PRODUCTS
    
         551 Pancakes
         552 Waffles
         553 French toast
         554 Crepes
         555 Flour-water patties
         556 Flour-milk patties
         557 Rice flour cakes
         55 8 Funnel cakes
    
    56 PASTAS, COOKED CEREALS, RICE
    
         561 Pastas
         562 Cooked cereals, rice
    
    57 CEREALS, NOT COOKED OR NS AS TO COOKED
    
         570 Cereal, not specified as to cooked
         571-574  Ready-to-eat cereals
         576 Cereal grains, not cooked
         578 Cereals baby food
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    58 GRAIN MIXTURES, FROZEN PLATE MEALS, SOUPS
    
         581  Grain mixtures
         583  Frozen plate meals with grain mixture as major
             ingredient
         584  Soups with grain product as major ingredient
         585  Grain mixtures baby food
    
    61 CITRUS FRUITS, JUICES
    
         611  Citrus fruits
         612  Citrus fruit juices
    
    62 DRIED FRUITS
    
         621  Dried fruits
    
    63 OTHER FRUITS
    
         631  Fruits, excluding berries
         632  Berries
         633  Mixtures of two or more fruits
         634  Mixtures of fruits and nonfruit items
    
    64 FRUIT JUICES AND NECTARS EXCLUDING CITRUS
    
         641  Fruit juices, excluding citrus
         642  Nectars
         644  Vinegar
    
    67 FRUITS AND JUICES BABY FOOD
    
         671  Fruits and fruit mixtures baby food
         672  Fruit juice baby food
         673  Fruits with cereal baby food
         674  Fruit desserts and fruit-flavored puddings and yogurt baby food
    
    71 WHITE POTATOES AND PUERTO RICAN STARCHY VEGETABLES
    
         710  White potatoes, NFS
         711  White potatoes, baked and boiled
         712  White potatoes, chips and sticks
         713  White potatoes, creamed, scalloped, au gratin
         714  White potatoes, fried
         715  White potatoes, mashed, stuffed, puffs
         716  Potato salad
         717  Potato recipes
         718  Potato soups
         719  Puerto Rican starchy vegetables
    
    72 DARK-GREEN VEGETABLES
    
         721  Dark-green leafy vegetables
         722  Dark-green nonleafy vegetables
         723  Dark-green vegetable soups
    
    73 DEEP-YELLOW VEGETABLES
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         731 Carrots
         732 Pumpkin
         733 Squash, winter
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         735 Deep-yellow vegetable soups
    
    74 TOMATOES AND TOMATO MIXTURES
    
         741 Tomatoes, raw
         742 Tomatoes, cooked
         743 Tomato juices
         744 Tomato sauces
         745 Tomato mixtures
         746 Tomato soups
         747 Tomato sandwiches
    
    75 OTHER VEGETABLES
    
         751 Other vegetables, raw
         752 Other vegetables, cooked
         753 Other vegetables mixtures, cooked
         754 Other cooked vegetables, cooked with sauces, batters,
             casseroles
         755 Olives, pickles, relishes (excluding tomatoes)
         756 Vegetable soups
         761 Dark-green vegetables baby food
         762 Deep-yellow vegetables baby food
         764 Vegetables other than dark-green, deep-yellow, and
             tomato baby food
         766 Vegetables with meat baby food
         767 Vegetables with liver baby food
    
    77 VEGETABLES WITH MEAT, POULTRY, FISH
    
         771 White potato with meat, poultry, fish (mixtures)
         772 Puerto Rican starchy vegetable (viandas) mixtures
         773 Other vegetable mixtures
         775 Puerto Rican stews or soups with starchy vegetables
             (viandas)
    
    81 FATS
    
         811 Table fats
         812 Cooking fats
         813 Other fats
    
    82 OILS
    
         821 Vegetable oils
    
    83 SALAD DRESSINGS
    
         831 Regular salad dressings
         832 Low-calorie salad dressings
    
    91 SUGARS AND SWEETS
    
         911 Sugars
         912 Sugar replacements or substitute
    
    
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         913 Syrups, honey, molasses, sweet toppings
         914 Jellies, jams, preserves
         915 Gelatin desserts or salads
         916 Ices or popsicles
         917 Candies
         918 Chewing gums
    
    92 NONALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
    
         921 Coffee
         922 Coffee substitutes
         923 Tea
         924 Soft drinks
         925 Fruitades and drinks
         926 Beverages, nonfruit
         927 Beverages, noncarbonated, without vitamin C, made
             from powdered mixes
         928 Nonalcoholic beers, wines, cocktails
         929 Beverage concentrates, dry, not reconstituted
    
    93 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
    
         931 Beers and ales
         932 Cordials and liqueurs
         933 Cocktails
         934 Wines
         935 Distilled liquors
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                                     Proportion of Indirect Water per 100 grams of
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    .4887
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    .4887
    .8732
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                                                      C-13
    

    -------
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    11740603
    13210150
    13210160
    13210180
    13210190
    13210300
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    13210410
    13210410
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    13210410
    13210410
    13210410
    13210410
    13210500
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    13210500
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    14610250
    14650160
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    22210310
    23220020
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    25160130
    25221710
    26100150
    26107150
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    26107150
    26107150
    26109150
    26109150
    26109150
    26109180
    26115150
    26115150
    26117150
    26117150
    261251SO
    26127150
    26127150
    26127150
    26129150
    26131150
    26133150
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    26137150
    26145150
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    200045
    201627
    201916
    202337
    202532
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    201036
    202246
    202515
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    0
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    0
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    201803
    0
    0
    0
    0
    201662
    202685
    203695
    0
    101070
    203652
    0
    0
    201594
    0
    201691
    0
    0
    100862
    202977
    0
    0
    0
    101117
    0
    0
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    01/01/94
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    0018
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    5940
    06S9
    0658
    13 99
    1387
    1512
    1350
    1399
    1413
    1394
    14 33
    1364
    1433
    1337
    1397
    0071
    0071
    0070
    0071
    0033
    0033
    0033
    0083
    0033
    0041
    0731
    04 DO
    0424
    1271
    3874
    2610
    2544
    2434
    8068
    22DO
    0125
    0533
    0111
    2033
    2033
    3377
    0726
    2064
    0694
    0725
    0725
    3166
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    1264
    1474
    1474
    1474
    1474
    1310
    1310
    1310
    7150
    1256
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    1334
    1254
    1330
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    1330
    1255
    1217
    1526
    1526
    1243
    1533
                                                           t
    C-14
    

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    Food code
    261S115Q
    26151150
    26157150
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    26157150
    26304150
    26311150
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    27111000
    27111000
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111100
    27111300
    27111300
    27111300
    27111310
    27111310
    27112000
    27112010
    27112010
    27112010
    27112100
    27113300
    27113300
    27113300
    27115000
    27115000
    27116300
    27116350
    27118130
    27118140
    27118180
    27120020
    27120060
    27120130
    27120150
    27130040
    27130050
    27130100
    27135020
    27135030
    27141030
    27141050
    27141050
    27142100
    27146100
    27146350
    27150140
    27150140
    27150160
    27150190
    27151070
    27160100
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162500
    27211100
    27211110
    27211110
    27211150
    27211150
    27211200
    27211250
    27211S50
    27212000
    27212000
    Modcode
    0
    202740
    0
    100778
    203463
    0
    0
    0
    100297
    200853
    203703
    0
    100766
    100885
    100986
    200854
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    200925
    201010
    201056
    202053
    202297
    202965
    203655
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    0
    100794
    203223
    0
    100552
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    0
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    202838
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    0
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    203529
    0
    100322
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    a
    0
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    0
    203594
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    0
    100425
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100647
    100648
    202285
    202430
    202757
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    0
    0
    201614
    0
    201699
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100398
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                                                             C-15
    

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    Food code
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    27212050
    27212100
    27212100
    27212100
    27212100
    27212120
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    27212150
    27212230
    27212330
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    27212350
    27212350
    27212350
    27212350
    27212400
    27213000
    27213000
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    27213100
    27213100
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    27213120
    27213150
    27213200
    27213300
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    27213420
    27213420
    27213420
    272135CO
    27214300
    27218110
    27218210
    27218310
    27220020
    27220030
    27220050
    27220110
    27220120
    27220150
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    27220170
    27220190
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    27220310
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    27220510
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    27242250
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    27242300
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    27242300
    27242310
    27242350
    Mod code
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    202607
    0
    100452
    200689
    201369
    202710
    202712
    202917
    202328
    203016
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    200857
    201557
    203466
    0
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    0
    100331
    202399
    0
    0
    0
    100922
    202851
    203035
    203057
    203328
    0
    0
    202307
    203476
    0
    100812
    0
    100170
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    0
    0
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    0
    203055
    0
    100726
    100727
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    101169
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100231
    100543
    201569
    202971
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    0
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    100384
    202117
    C
    c
    0
    101104
    202554
    202806
    0
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    1266
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    2972
    2869
    1756
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    2410
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    2425
    2414
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    4529
    4619
    4529
    1754
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    2134
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    2507
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    2140
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    0676
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    Food code
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    27242400
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    27243000
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    27243000
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    27243SOO
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    27246100
    27246100
    27246100
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    27250060
    27250110
    27250130
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    27250520
    27250610
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    27250610
    27250610
    27250610
    27250630
    27250630
    27250630
    27250630
    27250630
    27250630
    27250630
    27250710
    27250810
    272SOS20
    27250830
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    27251010
    27260500
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    27311310
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    27313110
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    27313220
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    27315270
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    27315310
    27315320
    27315510
    27315520
    27315520
    27317010
    27320020
    27320030
    27320070
    27320080
    27320090
    27320140
    27320150
    Mod code
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    200456
    202541
    203638
    0
    202616
    202782
    203479
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
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    0
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    0.1689
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    0.1926
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    0.1814
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    0.1801
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    0.1794
    0.1788
    0.3523
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    0. 0968
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    0.2961
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    0.3221
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    0.3743
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    0.2737
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    0.2217
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    0.0988
    0.2055
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    27320340
    27320350
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    27330C60
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    27341320
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    27343010
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    27343020
    27343410
    27343420
    27343470
    27343480
    27343510
    27343520
    27343910
    27343910
    27343950
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    27343970
    27343980
    27345010
    27345020
    27345210
    27345220
    27345310
    27345320
    27345410
    27345420
    27345440
    27345450
    27345450
    27345510
    27345520
    27347100
    27347100
    27347210
    273S0020
    27350030
    27350040
    27350050
    27350060
    27350070
    27350080
    27350080
    27350090
    27350100
    27350200
    27350310
    27350310
    27350410
    27350410
    27350410
    27351030
    27360000
    27360010
    27360050
    27360080
    27360090
    27360120
    27361010
    27362000
    27363000
    27363100
    27363100
    27363100
    27363100
    27411100
    27411120
    274151SO
    Modcode
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
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    100206
    100696
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    0
    0
    100388
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100142
    0
    200066
    203442
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    0
    0
    0
    0
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    0
    100483
    100715
    203056
    0
    0
    0
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    0.3223
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    0.2615
    0.2850
    0.3448
    0 .3540
    0.2591
    0.2532
    0.2672
    0.2669
    0.2695
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    0.4270
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    0.1919
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                                                           t
    C-18
    

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    I
    Food code
    27415200
    27415200
    27416100
    27416150
    27416150
    27416150
    27416150
    27416400
    27416450
    27416500
    27418210
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    27420390
    27420390
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    27420510
    27430500
    27430510
    27442110
    27442120
    27443110
    27443110
    2744311C
    27443120
    27443150
    27443150
    27445110
    27445110
    27445110
    27445110
    27445110
    27445110
    27445110
    27445120
    27445150
    27445250
    27445250
    27446100
    27446100
    27450040
    27450410
    27450410
    27450410
    27450410
    27450420
    27450600
    27450610
    27451010
    27460010
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    28310150
    28310160
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    28310210
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    28310420
    28311Q10
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    28315130
    28315140
    28315150
    28315150
    28315150
    28320110
    28320110
    28320120
    28320130
    28320140
    28320150
    28320300
    28321130
    28330110
    28331110
    28340110
    28340120
    28340130
    Modcode
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    201673
    0
    0
    201515
    202456
    202798
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    202995
    0
    0
    101044
    202101
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    2027S3
    203512
    0
    0
    100515
    0
    100305
    100475
    200379
    202131
    202476
    203473
    0
    0
    0
    100500
    0
    201686
    0
    0
    100694
    100865
    203621
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100414
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100209
    203577
    0
    100172
    0
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    0
    0
    0
    0
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    .1138
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    .3346
    .2928
    .2500
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    .0973
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    .2870
    .2884
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    .2295
    .2411
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    .0873
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    .0930
    .0909
    .0741
    .0748
    .0768
    .0625
    .0848
    .3401
    .3402
    .8412
    .8475
    .9590
    .6188
    .1328
    .5319
    .4583
    .4447
    .4583
    .6466
    .1130
    .0440
    .6138
    .5864
    . 5838
    . 5787
    .6503
    .6503
    . 5894
    .5711
    .4377
    . 0782
    .6083
    .3203
    .7045
    .4215
    .8628
    .9145
    .7701
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    Food code
    28340150
    28340210
    28340220
    28340310
    28340530
    28340530
    28340S5C
    2834058C
    28340S9C
    28340620
    28340660
    28340660
    28340660
    2834067C
    28340700
    28340750
    28340750
    28340800
    28345010
    28345030
    28345110
    28345130
    28345130
    28345130
    28345170
    28350040
    28350050
    283500SO
    28350120
    28350210
    28350220
    28351160
    28351170
    28355130
    28355210
    2835S210
    28355260
    28355350
    28355410
    28355430
    28355440
    28355450
    28355450
    28355460
    28355470
    28355480
    28360210
    28430000
    28430200
    28401010
    28401200
    28500100
    28500150
    28510020
    28510030
    28520000
    28S20100
    28522000
    32101500
    32104100
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32135010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    3210S010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105030
    32105030
    32105030
    32105040
    3210SOSO
    Modcode
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100843
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100205
    100245
    0
    0
    0
    202236
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    0
    0
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    0
    100883
    100982
    0
    0
    0
    203441
    0
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    0
    0
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    0
    202154
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    101018
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100342
    100479
    201026
    201077
    201087
    201300
    201377
    202084
    202144
    202308
    202370
    202379
    202465
    202640
    202770
    202834
    203054
    203093
    203327
    203437
    100179
    100643
    202907
    202212
    101094
    Start dale
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    G i
    3 . 5226
    3.4834
    3.5071
    3 . 7332
    3.8327
    3.9163
    3.5923
    3.6490
    3.1843
    3.6324
    3.3706
    3.3689
    3.3656
    3.4762
    3. 64 38
    3.5645
    3.5656
    3.4433
    3.2410
    3.4857
    3.2410
    3.4857
    0.6538
    3.3207
    0.4560
    3.9617
    3.1465
    3.1454
    3.3069
    3.1670
    0.2330
    3.5379
    0.5438
    3.4446
    3.1229
    3.1229
    3 . 0834
    3.20:4
    3.3746
    3.9030
    0.0792
    0.4418
    0.4402
    3.4812
    3.4425
    3.4458
    3.27B1
    3.9764
    1.0030
    0.9230
    3.9435
    0.8257
    3. 9280
    0.7240
    3.6893
    3.7641
    3.7247
    0.5058
    0.2302
    0.6668
    0.2155
    0.2159
    0.2155
    0.2160
    0.2154
    0.2222
    0.2159
    0.2155
    0.2156
    3.2156
    0.2155
    0.2159
    3.2220
    0.2161
    3.2158
    3.2226
    3.2221
    3.2164
    3.2165
    3.2225
    0.1851
    3.1930
    0.1851
    0.2127
    0.2130
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    t
    Food code
    3210SOSO
    32105050
    32105050
    32105050
    32105050
    32105060
    32105060
    32105060
    32105060
    32105060
    32105070
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105100
    32105100
    32105100
    32105110
    32105120
    32105121
    3210S121
    32105121
    32105122
    32105122
    32105130
    32105130
    32105130
    32105150
    32105160
    32105160
    32120100
    32300100
    32301100
    33102010
    33102010
    33201010
    33201010
    33201010
    33201010
    33201010
    33201500
    33301010
    33301010
    41101000
    41101010
    41101010
    41101010
    41101010
    41101020
    41101100
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101120
    41102000
    41102010
    41102010
    41102010
    41102010
    41102010
    41102010
    41102020
    41102200
    41102210
    41102210
    41102220
    41103000
    41103010
    41103010
    41103010
    41103010
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    201720
    201839
    201934
    202955
    100221
    100250
    100422
    202591
    203602
    202668
    100325
    100353
    100363
    201197
    201264
    201633
    202237
    202650
    202671
    2032S6
    203736
    101100
    201733
    201898
    101047
    203688
    101145
    202659
    203459
    100876
    203219
    201090
    202343
    203465
    100992
    100186
    203704
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    0
    0
    0
    201085
    100728
    202167
    202410
    203207
    203499
    202680
    202478
    203044
    0
    0
    101150
    202020
    202535
    0
    0
    0
    100099
    100504
    200155
    200187
    200804
    201291
    202299
    202672
    0
    0
    0
    100139
    10D162
    200502
    201473
    202265
    0
    0
    0
    202958
    0
    0
    0
    200622
    200691
    201459
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    .1842
    .1842
    .1844
    .1892
    .1890
    .1843
    .1832
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    .1843
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    1482
    1483
    1483
    2182
    2148
    2053
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    1862
    .1859
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    .1301
    .1216
    .1921
    .2190
    .2258
    .1206
    .7765
    .6606
    .6604
    .6601
    .2377
    2300
    .2257
    .2299
    .2299
    .2176
    .2257
    .2330
    .2856
    .2851
    .2898
    .2898
    .2898
    .3102
    .2672
    .2672
    .2715
    .2715
    .2715
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    .2715
    .2715
    .2715
    .2715
    .2901
    .3021
    .3030
    .3079
    .3079
    .3079
    .3079
    .3079
    .3292
    .3111
    .3111
    .3161
    .3381
    .3038
    .3038
    .3087
    .3087
    .3087
                                                             C-21
    

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    food code
    41103010
    411C3010
    41103010
    41103010
    41103010
    411C3020
    411C3050
    41103060
    411=3070
    411C3Q7C
    411C3070
    411C3070
    411:4030
    411C4010
    411:4010
    41104010
    411C4010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104020
    41106000
    41106010
    41106010
    41106010
    41106010
    41106010
    41106010
    41106010
    41106010
    41106020
    41107000
    41108000
    41108010
    4110801C
    41108020
    41201010
    41203020
    41203020
    41203020
    41203020
    41203020
    41203020
    41204020
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205050
    41205100
    41207030
    41207030
    41208100
    41208100
    41209000
    41209000
    41210000
    41210090
    41210100
    41210100
    41210110
    41210120
    41210150
    41210150
    41210160
    41210170
    41210180
    41210190
    41210200
    413Q1000
    41301010
    Mod code
    201625
    201719
    201795
    202637
    202696
    0
    0
    0
    0
    201313
    201819
    203096
    0
    0
    100416
    100471
    100850
    101097
    200165
    200227
    200246
    200347
    200350
    200613
    200693
    200724
    200961
    201593
    202226
    202549
    203588
    0
    0
    0
    100477
    201294
    201611
    202260
    202261
    202809
    203484
    0
    0
    0
    0
    202471
    0
    0
    0
    100328
    101108
    200744
    202004
    202008
    0
    0
    200060
    201326
    201510
    201638
    202005
    203432
    0
    0
    0
    100247
    0
    100351
    0
    201792
    0
    0
    0
    100811
    0
    0
    0
    201880
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Start date
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
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    12/31/96
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    0.3087
    :).3087
    :3.30£7
    3.3087
    0.301:7
    0.32S-9
    •3.26C3
    3.2829
    D.26C3
    D.2645
    3.2645
    3.2645
    5.3055
    5.3055
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.31CI4
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3 .3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    3.3104
    0 .3104
    0.3319
    0.2862
    0.2862
    3.29D9
    3.2939
    0.2939
    3.2939
    3.2939
    3.2939
    3.2939
    3.3138
    0.29J5
    0.3357
    0 .3282
    0.3285
    0.3282
    0.2436
    0 . 1885
    0. 0964
    0. 1879
    0. 1918
    0.1878
    0.2196
    0.2406
    0.2179
    0.2167
    0.2167
    0.2167
    0.2181
    0.2177
    0.2167
    0.2650
    0.3075
    0.2178
    0.0988
    0.2624
    0.2702
    0.1435
    0.1435
    0.1075
    0.3012
    0.2097
    0.2093
    0.3519
    0.3197
    0.3452
    0.3512
    0.19.97
    0.1998
    0.1997
    0 . 1980
    0.2908
    0.3017
    0.3017
                                                             t
    C-22
    

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    Food code
    41301010
    41301010
    41301010
    41301010
    41301010
    41301020
    41302000
    41302010
    41302010
    41302010
    41302010
    41302020
    41303000
    41303010
    41303010
    41303010
    41303020
    41303500
    41303550
    41304030
    41304130
    41304980
    41304990
    41304990
    41304990
    41304990
    41304990
    41305000
    41306000
    41310100
    41310150
    41310160
    41310200
    41310210
    41310220
    41310310
    41421020
    41601010
    41601020
    41601020
    41601030
    41601040
    41601050
    41601060
    41601070
    41601070
    41601080
    41601090
    41601100
    41601130
    41601130
    41601130
    41601140
    41601140
    41601140
    41601170
    41601180
    41602020
    41602040
    41602050
    41602060
    41603010
    41603010
    41603010
    41603010
    41603010
    41610100
    41811950
    41812400
    41812450
    41812800
    41812900
    42204050
    42204100
    51134000
    51165060
    51182010
    51182010
    51182010
    51182010
    51182010
    51182010
    51201060
    51220030
    51220040
    Modcode
    100534
    200985
    200996
    202460
    202519
    0
    0
    0
    101172
    201458
    202959
    0
    0
    0
    100253
    203626
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100223
    100485
    100950
    202969
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100996
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    203549
    0
    0
    0
    0
    201247
    202700
    0
    100243
    100263
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    101157
    201651
    203557
    203716
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100524
    200427
    200492
    202256
    203007
    0
    0
    0
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
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    .2337
    .2499
    .3261
    .3192
    .3187
    .3184
    .3192
    .2801
    .1981
    .3000
    .2211
    .3196
    .3196
    .3198
    .3198
    ,3199
    .3198
    .3271
    .2514
    .2396
    .3666
    .2503
    .1953
    .2070
    .1917
    .2787
    .0126
    .6979
    .4691
    .3064
    .6279
    .6421
    .3852
    .7251
    ,5964
    .6003
    .6490
    .5360
    .5645
    .0159
    .0159
    .0193
    .6948
    .5155
    ,5356
    .5384
    .3644
    .6444
    ,7777
    .4874
    .4313
    .6408
    .6575
    .6349
    .6396
    6396
    .5625
    .1084
    .1159
    .1074
    3339
    1682
    2387
    7247
    1123
    0397
    6231
    6287
    6236
    6231
    6278
    6289
    1885
    .2343
    .1913
    C-23
    

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    Food code
    51330140
    51300150
    51300180
    51301040
    51301C50
    51301540
    51301550
    51320C40
    52101C40
    52101C50
    52207C10
    52207C10
    52208010
    52208020
    52208750
    52208760
    52209010
    S2211C10
    52220110
    52306500
    52308010
    52404060
    53100050
    53100070
    53101000
    53101100
    53101200
    53101250
    53101300
    53102500
    53102700
    53103500
    53103550
    53103600
    53104400
    53104900
    53104920
    53104950
    53105000
    53105100
    53105200
    53105300
    53105600
    53105700
    53105750
    53105900
    53106000
    53106C50
    53106100
    53107100
    53107200
    53108000
    53108100
    53109000
    53109100
    53109300
    53111000
    53113950
    53114COO
    53114100
    S3115COO
    53115100
    53115200
    5311S300
    53115310
    53115320
    53116COO
    53116500
    53116550
    53116560
    53117000
    53117100
    53117200
    53118410
    53118600
    53118700
    53118800
    53120000
    53120100
    53120200
    53120300
    53120330
    53120350
    53121000
    53121100
    Mod code
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    203253
    0
    0
    a
    0
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
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    0
    0
    0
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    0.0501
    0.0268
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    0.1315
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    0.1129
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    0.1546
    0.2315
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    0.0608
    0.1341
    0.1147
    0.1464
    0.1679
    0.1627
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    0.0824
    0.0760
    0.1929
    0.2398
    0.1328
    0.1998
    0.1328
    0.1279
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    Food code
    53121200
    53121280
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    53121330
    53202000
    53204000
    53204000
    53204500
    53206550
    53215500
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    53228000
    S3231000
    53236100
    53246000
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    53302000
    53302070
    53302080
    53303000
    53303070
    S3303SOO
    53303510
    53303570
    53304050
    53304070
    53305010
    53305070
    53305700
    53305720
    53305750
    53306000
    53306070
    53307000
    53307050
    53307070
    53307080
    53307500
    53307570
    53308000
    53308070
    S3308300
    53308500
    53309000
    53309070
    53310000
    53310050
    53311000
    53311050
    53311070
    53312000
    53313000
    53314000
    53340000
    53340500
    53341000
    53341070
    53341500
    53341750
    53342000
    53342000
    53342070
    53343070
    53344070
    53345000
    53345070
    53346000
    53346500
    53347070
    53347100
    53347500
    53347600
    53348000
    53348070
    53360000
    53365000
    53370000
    53371000
    53371100
    53373000
    53381070
    53385070
    53385500
    Modcode
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100462
    0
    0
    0
    0
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    0
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    01/01/94
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    12/31/96
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    .1279
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    .1327
    .1320
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    . 0021
    . 0028
    . 0028
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    .0156
    . 0019
    .0028
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    .0273
    .0686
    .0248
    .0553
    .0301
    .0335
    .2391
    .0872
    .3017
    .2769
    .0242
    .0460
    .0147
    .1165
    .1067
    .1349
    .1313
    .0392
    .0332
    .3844
    .3280
    .0721
    .1591
    .0820
    .0725
    .0840
    .0311
    .0635
    .0401
    .0220
    .0126
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    .0299
    .0176
    .0322
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    .0354
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    . 0298
    .0319
    .0173
    . 0240
    . 0166
    .1436
    .0275
    . 0194
    .0354
    .0203
    .3692
    .1745
    .0180
    .0315
    .1074
    .1766
    .0939
    .0339
    .3141
    .0432
    .0190
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    Food code
    53386000
    53387COO
    53390000
    53400200
    53400200
    53410100
    53410860
    53415100
    53420000
    53420100
    53420200
    53420300
    53420310
    53420400
    53420410
    53430250
    53430700
    53430750
    53441210
    53450300
    53450500
    53450800
    53451000
    53451500
    53451750
    53452100
    S3452150
    53452450
    53453150
    53453170
    53520200
    53521300
    53521400
    53610000
    53610100
    53610200
    55105100
    55105300
    55310100
    55501000
    55502000
    55701000
    55702000
    55703000
    56101000
    56101010
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56102000
    56102010
    56102020
    56103000
    56103010
    56103020
    56104000
    56104010
    56104020
    56104020
    56104020
    56112000
    56112010
    56112030
    56112030
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    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56113000
    Modcode
    0
    0
    0
    0
    202289
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    100587
    100687
    100848
    200303
    200582
    200676
    200710
    201261
    201700
    203004
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    0
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    0
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    203201
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    0
    0
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    100795
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    200078
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    200201
    200319
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    202044
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    01/01/94
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    .5963
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    .6310
    .6319
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    C-26
    

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    Food code
    56113010
    56113990
    56114000
    56114020
    56114020
    56114020
    56116990
    56117000
    56117010
    56117010
    56117090
    56117100
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    56132000
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    56201990
    56202000
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    0
    0
    201735
    201736
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    0
    101115
    0
    0
    0
    203714
    203715
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    0
    0
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    201828
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    0
    0
    0
    0
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    01/01/94
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    Food code
    56202100
    56202500
    56202960
    56202970
    56202980
    56203000
    56203010
    56203020
    5S203030
    56203040
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    56203050
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    56203080
    56203090
    56203100
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    56203110
    56203120
    56203140
    56203200
    56203540
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    56203620
    56204980
    56204990
    56205000
    56205010
    56205020
    56205030
    56205040
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    56205070
    56205080
    56205090
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    56205120
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    56205170
    56205190
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    56205240
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    56205310
    56205320
    56205320
    56205330
    56205340
    56205350
    S6205400
    56205400
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    56205400
    56205400
    56205410
    56205420
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    56205420
    56205420
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    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    200205
    200546
    202566
    202866
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    100692
    201878
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    100065
    200798
    200826
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    0
    101133
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    100098
    200334
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    202789
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    0
    100525
    200056
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    200263
    200333
    200371
    200424
    200575
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    201116
    201193
    201246
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    201329
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    01/01/94
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    Food code
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205430
    56205430
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    56205510
    56205510
    56205510
    56205510
    56205530
    56205540
    56205550
    56206970
    56206980
    56206990
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    56207030
    56207050
    56207060
    56207060
    56207070
    56207080
    56207100
    56207110
    56207120
    56207130
    56207140
    56207150
    56207160
    56207180
    56207180
    56207180
    56207190
    56207200
    56207210
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    56207220
    56207220
    56207220
    56207230
    56207230
    56207290
    56207300
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    56207330
    56207340
    56207360
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    56208020
    56208500
    56208510
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    56208600
    56209000
    56210000
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    202219
    202524
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    202629
    0
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    201200
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    201979
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    100296
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    201931
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    100484
    100725
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    200373
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    200581
    200836
    201205
    202170
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    0
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    0
    203174
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    0
    0
    10C633
    203150
    0
    0
    0
    202982
    0
    20049S
    202361
    0
    201794
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    0
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    0
    0
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100624
    Start date
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    58125120
    58125120
    58125120
    58125180
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    58126140
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    0
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    0
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    100226
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    0
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    0
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    0
    0
    0
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    202857
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    0.1076
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    0.0893
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    0.0893
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    0.1310
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    0.1343
    0. 1618
    0.1578
    0.1377
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    0.1447
    0.2539
    0.2559
    0.3761
    0.3874
    0.3612
    0.3612
    0.3610
    0.4310
    0.0873
    0.0612
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    0.0946
    0.0650
    0.2065
    0.0643
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    0. 1577
    0.3076
    0.4952
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    0.3453
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    0.3408
    0.3274
    0.1756
    0.1930
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    0.0214
    3.0217
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    0 .1810
    3.0710
    3.0466
    3.0457
    3.1264
    3.0546
    3.0637
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    58128210
    58128220
    58128250
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    S8130010
    58130010
    58130010
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    58130010
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    58130020
    58130150
    58130310
    S8130310
    58130320
    58130320
    58130320
    58130610
    58130810
    58131100
    58131110
    58131310
    58131310
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    58131320
    58131320
    58131510
    58131510
    S8131S20
    58131530
    58131600
    58132110
    58132310
    58132310
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    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132350
    58132360
    58132710
    58132800
    58132810
    58132820
    58132820
    58132910
    58133110
    58133120
    58133120
    58133130
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    58133140
    58134110
    58134120
    58134120
    58134130
    58134160
    58134210
    58134310
    58134610
    58134620
    58134640
    58134650
    58134660
    58134710
    58134720
    Mod code
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    0
    0
    0
    203763
    0
    100225
    100323
    100456
    100468
    100600
    100631
    100681
    200987
    201239
    201716
    201991
    202083
    202087
    202145
    202580
    202687
    202998
    203295
    203398
    203672
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    0
    0
    200077
    0
    100909
    202985
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    202452
    203158
    0
    201272
    202035
    0
    201301
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100548
    100742
    101011
    200434
    200855
    201455
    202057
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    101043
    0
    0
    0
    101079
    0
    202209
    0
    0
    0
    100340
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
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    Food code
    58134810
    58135110
    58135110
    58136110
    58136110
    58136110
    58136110
    58136110
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    58136130
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    5814S110
    58145110
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    S8145110
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    58145110
    58145110
    S8145110
    S814S110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    S8145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    5814S114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
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    Modcode
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    0
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    0
    100830
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    202455
    203157
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    0
    0
    0
    0
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    100074
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    100111
    100298
    100374
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    101168
    200082
    200304
    200518
    200648
    200700
    200712
    200718
    200741
    200776
    200784
    200998
    201004
    201270
    201287
    201514
    201556
    201602
    201667
    201884
    201909
    201943
    202062
    202143
    202175
    202234
    202506
    202522
    202617
    202705
    202856
    202862
    202899
    202927
    202967
    203052
    203124
    203126
    203131
    203141
    203155
    203186
    203200
    203265
    203446
    203576
    203666
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    100042
    100079
    100090
    100092
    100094
    100106
    100126
    100158
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    G i
    1 . 11 12
    5.0713
    3.0711
    3.1464
    3. 1463
    3. 1464
    3.1463
    3.14B4
    3.2821
    3.1289
    3.2838
    3.2641
    3. 2527
    3 .26119
    3.2525
    0.2526
    0.2526
    0.2471
    0.2523
    0.2641
    0.2525
    0.2535
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    0.2640
    0.2525
    0.2647
    0.2636
    0.2528
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    3.2526
    0.2642
    0.2524
    0.2529
    0.2527
    0.2644
    0.2S20
    0.2S21
    0.2528
    0.2533
    0.2522
    0.2639
    0.2529
    0.2530
    0.2524
    0 .2640
    0.2633
    0.2635
    0.2532
    0.2633
    0.2522
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    0.2522
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    0.2532
    0.2530
    0.2531
    0.2632
    0.2637
    0.2638
    0.2629
    0.2522
    0.2532
    0.2637
    0.2523
    0.2524
    0.2658
    0.2529
    0.2530
    0.2649
    0.2527
    0 .2522
    0.2518
    0.2540
    0.4547
    0.4547
    0 .4547
    0.4544
    0.4545
    0.5014
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    0.6110
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    Food code
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    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    5814S114
    58145114
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    58145114
    58145114
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    58145114
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    58145115
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145130
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    58145140
    58145150
    58145150
    58145160
    58145160
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    58145170
    58145170
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    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
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    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58146100
    58146120
    58146120
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    58146120
    58146130
    58146150
    58146150
    58146150
    5S146150
    581463DO
    58146310
    58147100
    58147110
    58147310
    58147310
    58147310
    Modcode
    100232
    100268
    100294
    100380
    100583
    101077
    200445
    200473
    200503
    200541
    200808
    201100
    201129
    201179
    201232
    201519
    201584
    201592
    201666
    201972
    201973
    202001
    202050
    202355
    202639
    202765
    203339
    203438
    203477
    203547
    0
    0
    100521
    200545
    201431
    203026
    0
    202681
    0
    0
    100993
    0
    200679
    0
    100204
    100218
    100413
    100469
    100487
    100652
    100709
    100881
    100967
    100988
    201233
    20143C
    201771
    201821
    201925
    202126
    202155
    202543
    202746
    202785
    202792
    202864
    202922
    203457
    0
    0
    100541
    100744
    202202
    0
    0
    100169
    201033
    202459
    Q
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100089
    1C0315
    Start dale
    01/01/94
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    .5011
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    .4562
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    .2540
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    .2550
    2441
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    .2443
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    2443
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    4405
    3437
    .3769
    .4150
    1537
    3040
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    Food code
    58147310
    58147310
    S8147310
    58147310
    58147310
    58147310
    58147310
    58147330
    58147330
    58147330
    58147330
    58147350
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148120
    58148120
    58148120
    58148120
    58148120
    58148120
    58148130
    58148130
    58148130
    58148140
    58148140
    58148140
    58148140
    58148140
    58148150
    58148150
    58148160
    58148160
    58148170
    58148170
    58148170
    58148170
    58148170
    58148180
    58148180
    58148180
    58148180
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148550
    58148550
    5814855C
    58148550
    58148550
    58148550
    581485SO
    58148550
    58148550
    58148550
    58148550
    58148600
    58149110
    58150110
    58150110
    58150110
    58150110
    58150110
    58150110
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    Modcode
    100420
    100861
    200615
    200861
    200878
    203041
    203303
    0
    101093
    201847
    203187
    C
    0
    100320
    100558
    200748
    200749
    2C2756
    202859
    203088
    2034SO
    0
    100730
    100B15
    200326
    201672
    202619
    0
    202070
    202491
    0
    100659
    200570
    201317
    203037
    0
    100831
    0
    201511
    0
    100460
    100461
    100921
    203444
    0
    100446
    200459
    202350
    0
    100215
    100561
    200916
    202199
    202293
    202464
    202538
    202652
    203139
    203163
    203166
    0
    100301
    100359
    100383
    100961
    101031
    101089
    200900
    202947
    203165
    203271
    0
    0
    0
    101037
    101111
    201383
    202499
    203232
    0
    100227
    100457
    100533
    100629
    100839
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    0.3035
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    0 .3046
    0.3039
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    0.3039
    0.3035
    0.4667
    0.46K7
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    0.2326
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    0.3677
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    0 .3637
    0.3637
    0.2876
    0.2902
    0.2881
    0.2840
    0.2876
    0.2881
    0.3116
    0.3139
    0.3120
    0.3175
    0.3183
    0.3148
    0.3199
    0.3203
    0.3197
    0.3221
    0.2394
    0.2412
    0.2196
    0.2212
    0.2198
    0.2197
    0.2162
    0.2513
    0.2499
    0.2486
    0.2499
    0.3173
    0 .3212
    0.3182
    0.3217
    0.31T3
    0.3173
    G.3208
    0.3162
    0.3139
    0.3173
    0. 3150
    0.3126
    0.3017
    0.3030
    0 .3036
    0.3017
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    0.2989
    0.3014
    3.3041
    D.3051
    3.3016
    3.3027
    0.7035
    0.4146
    0.3836
    3.4168
    3.3893
    3.3836
    3.3836
    3.3836
    3.3930
    3.3931
    3.3928
    3.39S9
    3 .3853
    3.3929
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    Food code
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    S8150510
    58151100
    58151110
    58151120
    58151130
    58151130
    58151140
    58151160
    58155110
    58155210
    58155310
    58155320
    58155410
    58155510
    5815561D
    58155810
    58155910
    58156110
    58156210
    58156310
    58156410
    58156510
    58156610
    58156610
    58156710
    58157110
    58157210
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    56160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160120
    58160120
    58160120
    58160120
    58160120
    58160120
    58160120
    58160130
    58160130
    58160130
    58160140
    58160140
    58160150
    58160150
    58160150
    58160150
    58160150
    58160150
    58160150
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161310
    58161310
    58161310
    58161510
    58161710
    58162110
    58162110
    58162110
    58162110
    58162110
    58162110
    58162120
    Modcode
    201013
    201798
    202426
    Q
    0
    a
    0
    0
    100733
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100252
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100109
    100495
    100707
    100756
    100782
    101016
    101153
    202579
    202636
    202795
    202937
    203028
    203062
    203184
    203294
    203487
    0
    100705
    100736
    100870
    202564
    202581
    203349
    0
    203680
    203689
    0
    203766
    0
    201187
    202203
    202717
    202814
    203010
    203198
    0
    100214
    200211
    201024
    201263
    201635
    201663
    C
    203490
    203773
    0
    0
    0
    100814
    201757
    202071
    203103
    203578
    0
    Start dale
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    End date
    12/31/96
    12/31/96
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    12/31/96
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    0
    0
    0
    0.
    0
    0
    0.
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    0
    0.
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    0.
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    0
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    0
    0
    0
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    0.
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    0.
    0.
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
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    0
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    0
    0
    0
    0
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    0
    G i
    .3931
    .3937
    .3930
    .3956
    .3523
    .4771
    .3453
    .3054
    .3046
    .4725
    .2136
    .2150
    .1644
    .0919
    .1307
    .5247
    .4073
    .0156
    .3919
    .1648
    .1263
    .2554
    .2422
    ,2099
    .4271
    .4435
    .4435
    .4112
    .6419
    .0135
    .5751
    .2891
    .3057
    .2743
    .2883
    .2643
    .5763
    .2706
    .5765
    .3241
    .3047
    .6071
    .3084
    .3056
    .2923
    .5751
    .2749
    .4303
    .2148
    .2152
    .2156
    .2170
    .2152
    .2170
    ,3710
    .4139
    .2088
    .4862
    .4736
    .2145
    .2158
    .2158
    .2158
    .2158
    .2212
    .2158
    .4149
    .4203
    .4151
    .4151
    .4154
    .4151
    .4154
    .4842
    .4897
    .4844
    .1610
    .3636
    .1120
    .1121
    .1132
    .1124
    .1130
    .1124
    .1715
                                                            C-35
    

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    Food code
    58162130
    58162140
    58162310
    58162310
    58162310
    58162310
    58162310
    58162310
    58163110
    58163130
    58163130
    58163130
    58163130
    S8163210
    58163310
    58163310
    58163310
    58163310
    58163310
    58163330
    58163330
    58163350
    581633SO
    58163350
    58163350
    58163360
    58163360
    58163360
    58163360
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163400
    SB163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163450
    58163510
    58163510
    58163610
    58163610
    58163610
    58163610
    58163610
    58164110
    58164210
    58175110
    58400000
    58400100
    58400200
    58401200
    58402010
    58402010
    S8402020
    58402030
    58402100
    58403010
    58403010
    58403010
    58403010
    58403310
    58403010
    58403310
    58403010
    58403040
    58403100
    S8404010
    58404010
    58404010
    58404010
    58404030
    58404040
    Modcodc
    0
    0
    0
    100991
    200250
    202300
    202704
    203379
    0
    0
    203618
    203683
    203755
    0
    0
    201500
    202911
    203023
    203045
    0
    201015
    a
    100786
    201427
    202689
    0
    100356
    202875
    203149
    0
    100105
    201491
    202152
    202160
    202594
    202867
    203039
    0
    0
    100085
    100182
    100192
    200460
    201421
    201485
    201842
    203302
    203507
    203674
    0
    0
    100651
    0
    101005
    101076
    202136
    203276
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100776
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100046
    100165
    100609
    100737
    100877
    100936
    101065
    0
    0
    0
    100101
    100578
    100617
    0
    0
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/941
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    12/31/96
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    0.1372
    0.2061
    0.5615
    0.5841
    0.5613
    5.5620
    3.5618
    5.5616
    5.4659
    3.5482
    3.5479
    3 . 5482
    3.5546
    0.4569
    0.6929
    0.6933
    0.6927
    0.7178
    0.6930
    0.7954
    0.7953
    0.7458
    0.7606
    0.7457
    0.7462
    0.7219
    0.7218
    0.7436
    0 .7226
    0.7238
    0.7237
    0.7290
    0.7293
    0.7298
    0.7299
    0.7539
    0.7305
    0.7312
    0.2159
    0.2159
    0.2159
    0.2160
    0.2159
    0.2159
    0.2184
    0.2159
    0.2162
    0.2160
    0.2160
    0.1313
    0.6C56
    0.6055
    0.5090
    0.5094
    0.5092
    0.5092
    0 . 5089
    0.5703
    0.211C
    0.3002
    0.662C
    0.7494
    0.8423
    0.6971
    0.4857
    0.3207
    0.5104
    0. 0839
    0.4914
    0.4915
    0.3258
    0 . 5471
    0.6590
    0.4202
    0.3918
    0.1946
    0.1620
    0.5032
    0.4740
    0.4915
    0.6170
    0.3258
    0.6590
    0.6339
    0.4500
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                                                           t
    C-36
    

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     t
    t
    Food code
    58404100
    58404500
    58404510
    58404520
    58406010
    58406020
    58407010
    58407020
    58407030
    58407030
    58407030
    58407030
    58407040
    58407050
    58408010
    58408010
    58408010
    58408500
    5S408500
    58409000
    58410100
    58421000
    58421010
    58421020
    58421020
    58421060
    58421080
    58450300
    61201620
    61201630
    61210000
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210630
    61210820
    61210820
    61216620
    61222600
    61225600
    61225600
    61225600
    61225600
    62125110
    63411010
    63415000
    63415100
    64104010
    64104010
    64104010
    64104010
    64104050
    64104050
    64104050
    64104050
    64104450
    64104500
    64104500
    64116010
    64116030
    64116100
    64116100
    64116150
    64124060
    64124200
    64125000
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    Modcode
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100550
    100575
    203653
    0
    0
    0
    100177
    100858
    0
    100417
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    203031
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100058
    100592
    100593
    100636
    100653
    100718
    100747
    100825
    100838
    203539
    0
    0
    101163
    0
    0
    0
    101004
    101128
    203063
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100010
    100107
    100128
    100828
    100284
    100285
    100717
    101171
    100639
    100278
    101143
    100454
    100135
    100488
    101099
    101110
    101167
    100638
    100312
    0
    100887
    200091
    200154
    200400
    200588
    200728
    200880
    201066
    201328
    201337
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
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    .5984
    .5987
    .5981
    .5984
    .5981
                                                             C-37
    

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    71501040
    71501040
    715CK40
    71501C40
    715CK40
    71S01C40
    71501C4Q
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    71S01040
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    71501C90
    71501200
    71501300
    7170304Q
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    71704000
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    71801100
    71801100
    71802010
    71803010
    71803010
    71901110
    71901110
    71901110
    7190S210
    71931010
    72202010
    72202020
    72202020
    72202020
    72202020
    72302000
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    73501000
    73501010
    74402110
    74402200
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    74501010
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    74602010
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    74602050
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    74603010
    74604010
    74604500
    74604600
    74605010
    74606010
    74606020
    75302030
    75302070
    Modcode
    201365
    201376
    201380
    201449
    201S44
    201756
    201782
    201856
    202031
    202301
    202321
    202324
    202567
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    201194
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    101009
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    0
    200360
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    2C3164
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    101148
    0
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    0
    100649
    0
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    100088
    100683
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    G i
    5979
    5980
    5984
    5987
    5987
    5981
    5987
    5998
    5974
    5987
    6010
    5980
    5981
    5987
    5998
    5987
    5984
    6327
    6327
    6327
    6312
    6327
    7536
    5262
    1750
    2413
    2414
    2419
    2413
    2520
    2410
    4857
    9200
    1038
    1039
    1037
    1038
    1116
    2008
    2006
    1972
    1972
    1972
    0363
    0823
    3013
    1859
    1860
    1707
    1859
    6191
    7985
    6466
    8140
    8134
    0028
    0149
    6048
    .6053
    6048
    6254
    2976
    1707
    .1712
    2204
    0943
    3279
    .2467
    4857
    3863
    5862
    6538
    2394
    .3207
    .8037
    .4553
    .5998
    5998
    4743
    0823
    4320
    7167
    5466
    1284
    1299
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    C-38
    

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    t
    Food code
    75340160
    75412010
    75412010
    75412010
    75412010
    75412060
    75412060
    75412060
    75418030
    75439500
    75440100
    75440110
    75440170
    75440200
    75440400
    75460700
    75460710
    75460800
    75460810
    75601000
    75601020
    75601200
    7S601210
    75601210
    75603000
    75603020
    75604020
    75607000
    75607020
    75607020
    75607040
    75607060
    75607090
    75607130
    75607140
    75607140
    75608100
    75608200
    75609000
    75609020
    75609050
    75646010
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    75649010
    75649010
    75649030
    75649050
    75649100
    75649110
    75649110
    75649110
    75649150
    75651000
    75651000
    75651000
    75651010
    75651020
    75651020
    75651020
    75651030
    7S6S1040
    75651040
    75651050
    75651050
    75651070
    75651080
    75651110
    75651120
    75651140
    75652010
    75652040
    75652050
    75654010
    75654010
    75656010
    75657000
    77141010
    77272010
    77316010
    77316010
    77316510
    77513010
    77563010
    Modcode
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    0
    200522
    200773
    203569
    0
    202021
    203584
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    100326
    100724
    101131
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    0
    0
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    203553
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    0
    100002
    100061
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    100117
    0
    100236
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    201336
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    0
    0
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                                                             C-39
    

    -------
    Food code
    77563010
    81302010
    81302020
    81302030
    83101SOO
    83105100
    83111000
    91301100
    91301200
    91304050
    91361010
    91361030
    91361040
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    914071SO
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    91501020
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    91501020
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    91501030
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    91501040
    91501040
    91501050
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    91501090
    91501100
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    91511050
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    91S11070
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    91520100
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    921COCOO
    92100500
    92101000
    92101500
    92101600
    92101640
    92101650
    92101660
    92101670
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    92101900
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    92104000
    92105000
    92105010
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    92121030
    92121040
    92130000
    92130010
    92130020
    92150000
    92151000
    92151100
    921S2000
    Mod code
    202963
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100027
    100358
    100610
    202715
    203421
    203486
    0
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    0.1786
    0.1523
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    0.2434
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    0.6747
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    3. 5378
    3.6957
    3.696.2
    3.1247
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    3.8393
    3.54S4
    3.2139
    0.5518
    0.5320
    3.5859
    0.5392
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    0.7785
    0.7785
    0.5021
    0.4866
    0.7780
    0.6536
    0.1792
    0.1792
    0.5169
    0.6879
    0.4866
    0.4866
    0.4759
    0.4638
    0.4950
    0.9735
    0.9213
    0.8462
    0.7736
    0.1737
    0.5411
    0.5627
    0.8091
    0.5728
    0.5104
    0.4736
    0.1384
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    1.0000
    1.0000
    0.9044
    1.0000
    0.9289
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    0.9289
    l.OCOO
    0.9289
    0.3567
    0.3558
    0.3567
    0.9909
    1.0000
    0.8000
    0.9702
    0 . 9909
    0.9909
    1. 0000
    0.9909
    0.9328
    0.9546
    0.9392
    0.9684
    0. 9328
    0.9332
    0. 9678
    0. 9546
    0. 9909
    0. 9909
    0.9909
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    Food code
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    92153100
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    92161000
    92201010
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    92203000
    92203110
    92204000
    92301000
    92301100
    92301130
    92301190
    92302000
    92302200
    92302300
    92302400
    92302500
    92302600
    92302700
    92302800
    92304000
    92304700
    92305000
    92305010
    92305040
    92305050
    92305090
    92305110
    92305180
    92305800
    92306000
    92306050
    92306700
    92510170
    92510170
    92510610
    92511010
    92511010
    92511010
    92511010
    92511020
    92511110
    92511250
    92511250
    92511260
    92511350
    32512050
    92530510
    92530520
    92530520
    92530610
    92530610
    92530910
    92530910
    92530910
    92530910
    92531020
    92531020
    92541010
    92541010
    92541010
    92541010
    92541020
    92541020
    92541040
    92541100
    92541100
    92542000
    92542000
    92542000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    92544000
    Modcode
    0
    0
    0
    202295
    0
    0
    0
    0
    c
    0
    0
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    0
    0
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    100213
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    100385
    0
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    100913
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    100797
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    101073
    100166
    101152
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    100796
    0
    100424
    100655
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    0
    100998
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    101001
    101126
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    100860
    0
    0
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    0
    100878
    101019
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    100915
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    101164
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    Start date
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    .7094
    .7163
    .7710
    .6935
    .4474
    . 5428
    .1935
    .1935
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    .3243
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    .7645
    .7851
    .8503
    .7128
    .7433
    . 9081
    . 9772
    . 9518
    . 9674
    . 9046
    . 9499
    . 9938
    . 9081
    .8316
    .8716
    .9532
    .9314
    .9024
    .8740
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    .9204
    .9475
    .9244
    .8240
    .7581
    .9636
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    .9718
    .8726
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      Food code Modcode
    92544COO  202341
    92553000
    92610010
    92611010
    92611100
    92611S10
    92612010
    92613010
    92613510
    92731POO
    92741000
    92751000
    93301120
    933C11SO
    93301180
    933C1400
    93302COO
    93302100
    93404600
    93504100
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    0.9833
    0.7858
    0.8874
    0.4223
    0.8932
    0.7430
    0.4132
    0 .3876
    0.9031
    0.9350
    0.9079
    0.0758
    0.6379
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    0.6618
    0.5911
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    0.3613
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              APPENDIX C4
    Proportion of Indirect Water per 100 grams of
        Ingested USDA 1998 CSF1I Foods
    s
    Food code
    11120000
    11121103
    11121213
    11121303
    11210003
    11210203
    11211003
    11211200
    11212000
    11220200
    11514100
    11514300
    11541000
    115S2200
    11553000
    11561010
    11561010
    11710102
    11710103
    11710103
    11710112
    11710202
    11710203
    11710402
    11710403
    11710403
    11710403
    11710403
    11710403
    11710403
    11710403
    11710503
    11710602
    11710602
    11710602
    11710602
    11710602
    11710602
    11710602
    11710603
    11710603
    11710603
    11710603
    11710603
    11710603
    11710603
    11710712
    11710713
    11710902
    11710903
    11710903
    11710903
    11710952
    11710953
    11710953
    11720052
    11720302
    11720303
    11720303
    11720402
    11720403
    11720403
    11720403
    11720403
    11720452
    117205C2
    1172D5C3
    11720602
    11720602
    11720602
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    Modcode
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    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    c
    c
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204009
    0
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    204147
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204043
    204423
    204472
    204838
    204925
    204952
    0
    0
    203882
    203969
    203977
    203980
    204027
    204730
    0
    101078
    101215
    101216
    204246
    204788
    204817
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204041
    204735
    0
    0
    204633
    0
    0
    0
    204288
    0
    0
    204060
    204094
    204926
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204075
    204317
    0
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    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    
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    ao7i
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    4847
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    4847
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    9221
    0633
    2732
    1481
    4606
    4636
    4887
    3771
    9146
    4887
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    3720
    4887
    3720
    3108
    8563
    8502
    7730
    9533
    9008
    8758
    4887
    3893
    3233
    5602
    5891
    6144
    6565
    8771
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    8426
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    9554
    8955
    9146
    4927
    8771
    4887
    8720
    9316
    7730
    4887
    8631
    9265
    4927
    4887
    8732
    9955
    4887
    8720
    8195
    9316
    9533
    4887
    4887
    8732
    4887
    5891
    3233
    8732
                   C-44
    

    -------
    s
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    Food code
    11740302
    11740303
    13210300
    13210350
    13210350
    13210410
    13210410
    13210410
    13210410
    13210410
    13210520
    13210520
    13210520
    13252200
    14650160
    22210310
    23220020
    23220030
    26100150
    26107150
    26107150
    26109150
    26109150
    26115150
    26115150
    26117150
    26127150
    26127150
    26151150
    27111000
    27111000
    27111000
    27111000
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    27111050
    271110SO
    27111050
    27111050
    27111100
    27112000
    27112010
    27112010
    27113300
    27115000
    27116350
    27120060
    27120130
    27130100
    27141030
    27141030
    27143000
    27144000
    27146100
    27146350
    27160100
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27162050
    27211100
    27211110
    27211110
    27211150
    27211200
    27211550
    27212000
    27212000
    27212000
    27212000
    27212050
    Mod code
    0
    0
    0
    0
    202769
    0
    100370
    20011H
    201036
    202246
    0
    200727
    204518
    0
    0
    0
    101247
    0
    0
    0
    201662
    0
    101070
    201594
    204298
    0
    0
    204693
    202740
    0
    100297
    200853
    203703
    0
    200854
    200866
    201056
    202053
    203655
    204023
    0
    0
    0
    202333
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    203960
    204035
    204929
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100648
    202285
    203445
    203S79
    204007
    204324
    204614
    204743
    204748
    0
    0
    204961
    201699
    0
    0
    0
    202607
    204564
    204723
    0
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/95
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End date
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    
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    .8606
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    1403
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    0082
    1271
    8068
    0125
    .0503
    0111
    1264
    1474
    1474
    .1310
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    .1304
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    .1262
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    .1418
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    5501
    .0755
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    1147
    1165
    1140
    1140
    11S8
    1145
    1130
    1140
    1131
    1147
    1351
    1273
    1285
    1028
    2468
    1311
    3462
    3517
    3597
    3465
    3803
                                                       C-45
    

    -------
    Food code
    27212050
    27212050
    27212050
    27212050
    272120SD
    27212100
    27212100
    27212103
    27212103
    27212120
    27212150
    27212150
    27212150
    27212200
    27212300
    27212300
    27212352
    27212350
    27212350
    27212350
    27212350
    27213000
    27213000
    27213000
    27213000
    27213100
    27213100
    27213100
    27213120
    27213400
    27213500
    27220050
    27220120
    27220210
    27220310
    27220310
    27220310
    27220510
    27236000
    27241010
    272420CQ
    27242000
    27242200
    27242300
    27242300
    27242310
    27242350
    27242400
    27242400
    27242400
    27242400
    27243000
    27243000
    27243000
    27243000
    27243000
    27243303
    27243300
    27243300
    27243500
    27243600
    27246100
    27250520
    272S0610
    27250630
    27250633
    27250630
    27250630
    27250630
    27311313
    27311310
    27311323
    27311413
    27311420
    27313010
    27313150
    27313160
    27313210
    27313220
    Modcode
    200689
    201369
    202710
    202928
    203993
    0
    200857
    201557
    203466
    0
    0
    100331
    204093
    0
    0
    204477
    0
    202851
    203035
    203912
    204867
    0
    203476
    2037B9
    204890
    0
    100812
    204136
    0
    204149
    0
    0
    0
    204684
    0
    204143
    204649
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100384
    0
    0
    204039
    0
    0
    0
    202541
    203947
    204552
    0
    203479
    204103
    204536
    204846
    0
    203881
    203931
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    201273
    202216
    202723
    203942
    0
    204976
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Start dkte
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/9.4
    01/01/44
    01/01/f 4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/9,4
    01/01/44
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    01/01/44
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    01/01/94
    01/01/9,4
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/9,4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    11/30/98
    11/30/9S
    11/30/98
    11/30/9(1
    11/30/98
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    11/30/9S
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    11/30/915
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    11/30/913
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    3792
    H798
    11799
    H800
    H794
    1724
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    2889
    2972
    2933
    1756
    1313
    j.391
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    2420
    2465
    2425
    1169
    4529
    4529
    4218
    4221
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    1749
    1752
    2129
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    2530
    2092
    2955
    4114
    3955
    4023
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    2464
    1191
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    5680
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    2967
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    2476
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    4251
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    4031
    3956
    2229
    2229
    2229
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    1286
    2841
    1689
    1823
    1814
    1814
    2883
    1814
    1816
    1481
    1472
    3221
    3511
    3743
    2261
    3392
    3484
    2737
    2677
                                                           s
    
    C-46
    

    -------
    t
    I
    Food code
    27313310
    27313410
    27313410
    27313420
    27315010
    27315220
    27315250
    27315270
    27315310
    27315320
    27315510
    27315520
    27317010
    27320030
    27320030
    27330060
    27336310
    27341310
    27343010
    27343410
    27343420
    27343470
    27343480
    27343510
    27343520
    27343910
    27343910
    27343950
    27343960
    27345010
    27345210
    27345220
    2734S310
    27345320
    27345410
    27345420
    27345440
    27345450
    27345450
    27345510
    27345520
    27347100
    27347100
    27347100
    27350060
    27350080
    27350080
    27350410
    27350410
    27350410
    27360000
    27360050
    27360080
    27363100
    27411100
    27411120
    27415200
    27416150
    274161SO
    27416450
    27420170
    27420500
    27420510
    27430510
    27443110
    27445110
    2744S110
    2744S110
    27445110
    27445120
    27446100
    27450410
    27450410
    27450410
    27450410
    27464000
    28310160
    28310170
    28310210
    Modcode
    0
    0
    101249
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204607
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204979
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204070
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204982
    0
    0
    0
    204133
    204612
    0
    0
    100388
    0
    204105
    204591
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204521
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204578
    204821
    204837
    0
    0
    0
    100865
    203988
    204020
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Start dale
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    End dale
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    0.2345
    0.1236
    0.1227
    0.1223
    0.2208
    0.2S20
    0.0730
    0.0713
    0.1883
    0.1890
    0.1688
    0.1835
    0.3236
    0.0939
    0.0939
    0.1589
    0.3540
    0.2581
    0.2672
    0.4426
    0.4270
    0.1892
    0.1892
    0.3395
    0.3395
    0.2221
    0.2311
    0.1421
    0.1486
    0.2387
    0.1919
    0.2029
    0.4203
    0.4204
    0.1855
    0.1841
    0.1260
    0.1680
    0.1680
    0.2110
    0.2027
    0.1133
    0.1177
    0.1170
    0.1993
    0.1609
    0.1609
    0.1700
    0.2629
    0.1701
    0.3048
    0.3342
    0.0580
    0.2003
    0.2927
    0.1310
    0.1190
    0.1133
    0.1132
    0.3346
    0. 0947
    0.1075
    0.1190
    0.0707
    0.0555
    0.0966
    0.0999
    0.0999
    0.0999
    0.0945
    0.2294
    0.0873
    0. 0873
    0.0909
    0.0911
    0.3401
    0.8475
    0.9590
    0.6188
                                                             C-47
    

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    Food code
    2831C230
    2831C320
    28311010
    28315130
    28315140
    28315150
    23315150
    28315150
    28315150
    28320110
    28320120
    28320130
    28320150
    28320300
    28321130
    28340110
    28340120
    28340130
    28340150
    28340310
    28340530
    28340530
    28340580
    28340660
    28340660
    28340670
    28340800
    28345030
    28345110
    28345130
    28350050
    283S021C
    2B3S022C
    28355430
    28355450
    283S5450
    28355460
    28355470
    28355480
    28500100
    28522000
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105010
    32105030
    32105030
    32105030
    32105030
    32105050
    32105060
    32105080
    32105080
    32105080
    32105100
    3210S100
    32105100
    32105110
    32105121
    32105121
    32105122
    32105130
    32105160
    32105160
    32300100
    33102010
    33201010
    33201010
    33201110
    33301010
    41101000
    Modcode Start dale
    0 01/01/94
    0 01/01/94
    0 01/01/94
    0 01/01/94
    0
    0
    100209
    204077
    204101
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100843
    0
    0
    100245
    0
    0
    203992
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    101018
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100342
    201026
    201087
    201300
    202308
    202379
    203054
    203894
    204012
    204141
    204597
    204719
    100643
    202907
    204936
    204950
    201934
    204108
    100325
    100353
    201197
    101100
    201733
    201898
    204162
    101242
    204834
    204315
    201090
    100186
    203704
    0
    0
    100728
    203207
    203899
    203044
    0
    01/01/J4
    01/01/94
    01/01/ 14
    01/01/ 14
    01/01/ »4
    01/01/ )4
    01/01/J4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/M
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    01/01/N
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    01/01/|94
    01/01/94
    01/01/194
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/194
    01/01/J94
    01/01/J94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    Q1/01/J94
    01/01/^94
    Ol/01/.St
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End date
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/913
    11/30/93
    11/30/9.3
    11/30/93
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    11/30/38
    11/30/S8
    11/30/58
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    11/30/58
    11/30/58
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    11/30/58
    11/30/58
    11/30/98
    11/30/58
    11/30/58
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    11/30/98
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    0
    0
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    0
    0
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    5319
    4583
    £466
    0440
    6138
    5864
    5838
    €432
    6404
    6503
    5894
    5711
    D782
    5083
    3204
    3628
    9145
    7701
    5226
    7332
    8327
    9163
    6490
    3706
    3656
    4762
    4433
    3207
    2410
    4857
    1465
    1670
    2300
    9000
    4418
    4402
    4812
    4425
    4458
    8257
    5058
    2155
    2155
    2154
    2222
    2156
    2159
    2221
    2159
    2153
    2150
    2155
    2164
    1900
    1851
    1864
    1851
    2129
    1891
    1842
    1842
    1892
    1482
    1483
    1483
    2250
    1941
    1944
    1936
    1215
    2190
    2258
    7765
    6604
    2377
    2299
    2109
    2330
    2856
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    -------
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    Food code
    41101010
    41101010
    41101020
    41101100
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101110
    41101120
    41102000
    41102010
    41102010
    41102010
    41102010
    41102010
    41102010
    41102020
    41103010
    41103010
    41103010
    41103020
    41103060
    41103070
    41103Q70
    41104000
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104010
    41104020
    41106000
    41106010
    41106010
    41106010
    41106010
    41106020
    4110700C
    41108010
    41108010
    41108010
    41201010
    41203020
    41204020
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205010
    41205050
    41205100
    41207030
    41207030
    41301010
    41301010
    41301010
    41301010
    41301010
    41302000
    41302010
    41302010
    41302020
    41303000
    41303010
    41303020
    41304130
    41304980
    41304990
    41304990
    41305000
    Modcode
    202535
    204761
    0
    0
    0
    100504
    200187
    202299
    0
    0
    0
    100139
    201473
    202265
    204051
    204942
    0
    0
    200622
    204017
    0
    0
    0
    201313
    0
    0
    100416
    100471
    200165
    200227
    200246
    200350
    200613
    200724
    200961
    201593
    202549
    0
    0
    0
    100477
    201294
    201611
    C
    0
    203965
    203984
    204230
    0
    204438
    0
    0
    200060
    201326
    201510
    201638
    204270
    204503
    0
    0
    0
    100247
    0
    100S34
    200985
    200996
    204010
    0
    101172
    204986
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100223
    202969
    0
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    Cl/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/C1/94
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    01/C1/94
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End date
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
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    0.2898
    0.2898
    0.3102
    0.2672
    0.2672
    0.2715
    0.2715
    0.2715
    0.2901
    0.3021
    0.303D
    0.3079
    0.3079
    0.3079
    0.3079
    0.3079
    0.3292
    0.3038
    0.3087
    0-3087
    0.3299
    0.2829
    0.2603
    0.2645
    0.3055
    0.3055
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3104
    0.3319
    0.2862
    0.2862
    0.2909
    0.2909
    0.2909
    0.3108
    0.2935
    0.3281
    0.3285
    0.3288
    0.2406
    0.1901
    0.2406
    0.2179
    0.2167
    0.2167
    0.2167
    0.2181
    0.2163
    0.2161
    0.2650
    0.3075
    0.2178
    0.0988
    0.3017
    0.306S
    0.3065
    0.3065
    0.3065
    0.2301
    0.2337
    0.2300
    0.2499
    0.3261
    0.3192
    0.3192
    0.2211
    0.3196
    0.3198
    0.3198
    0.3271
                                                            C-49
    

    -------
    Food code
    41310100
    41310310
    41601010
    41601020
    41601040
    41601070
    41601070
    41601080
    41601090
    41601100
    41601130
    41601140
    41601140
    41601140
    41601140
    41601170
    41601180
    41602040
    41602050
    41603010
    41603010
    41603010
    41610100
    41812800
    42204050
    51165060
    51182010
    51182010
    512C1060
    513C0140
    513C3152
    513C018D
    5130104D
    51301540
    51301550
    51320040
    521C10SO
    52208750
    52208760
    52209010
    52306SOO
    52404060
    53100050
    53101100
    53101250
    53102700
    53104400
    53105100
    53105200
    5310S300
    53105600
    53106050
    53107100
    53107200
    53108000
    53108100
    53109000
    531Q9100
    53111000
    53113950
    53114100
    53115100
    531152CO
    53115310
    531160CO
    531165CO
    53116550
    53117000
    53117100
    53117200
    53120100
    53120200
    53120330
    53120350
    53121000
    53121100
    53121200
    53121300
    53121330
    Modcode
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    203549
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100243
    204767
    204886
    0
    0
    C
    0
    0
    201651
    204832
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    200492
    0
    0
    0
    101244
    0
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    0
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    0
    0
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    0
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    0
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    C
    C
    0
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    0
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    0
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/31/94
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    01/31/SJ4
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/64
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/194
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/194
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End dale
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/3D/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/96
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9E
    11/30/9S
    11/30/9E
    11/30/9E
    11/30/95
    11/33/96
    11/30/96
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/33/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9H
    11/30/9H
    11/30/9H
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9S
    11/30/9H
    11/30/98
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/9.3
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/99
    11/30/98
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/S8
    11/30/58
    11/30/58
    11/30/98
    11/30/58
    11/30/S8
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    
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    0
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    G_i
    .2396
    .2787
    ,6979
    .4691
    .6421
    ,5964
    .6003
    .6490
    .5360
    5645
    5806
    6948
    5155
    5290
    E152
    5384
    .3644
    .7777
    .4874
    .£.408
    . 6349
    .6639
    . 5625
    .5339
    .2387
    . 3397
    . K231
    .6231
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    .2668
    .2668
    .2761
    .2656
    .2653
    .2046
    .2357
    .4550
    .2176
    .1919
    .1857
    .3268
    .3299
    .1064
    .2992
    .1388
    .0270
    . 0282
    .1940
    .1181
    .1377
    .1831
    .1387
    .0049
    .0022
    .1076
    .1778
    .1120
    .1911
    .2507
    .1979
    .1184
    .1690
    .1129
    .1546
    . 0006
    .0608
    .1341
    .1464
    .1679
    .1627
    .1929
    .1199
    .1998
    .1328
    .1279
    .2123
    .1279
    .1917
    .1275
                                                            t
    C-50
    

    -------
    t
    Food code
    53202000
    53204000
    53204500
    53206550
    53215500
    53231000
    53236100
    53300170
    53301070
    533015CO
    53303500
    53305010
    53305070
    53305700
    53307000
    53312000
    53314000
    53341750
    53342000
    53342070
    53346000
    53360000
    53370000
    53387000
    53390000
    53400200
    53410100
    53415100
    S3420QOO
    53420200
    53420300
    53420400
    53450300
    53450500
    53520200
    53610000
    53610100
    536102QO
    55105300
    55501000
    55502000
    55702000
    55703000
    56101000
    56101010
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56101030
    56102010
    56103010
    56103020
    56104000
    56104010
    56112000
    56112010
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56112030
    56113010
    56114000
    56117000
    56117090
    56117100
    56117110
    56130000
    56130010
    Modcode
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    200303
    200582
    200676
    200710
    201700
    203004
    204430
    204648
    204891
    0
    0
    204146
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100795
    200030
    200103
    200201
    200319
    202024
    202090
    203069
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204111
    0
    0
    Start dale
    01/01/94
    01/C1/94
    01/C1/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    Cl/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End dale
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9B
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    G_i
    0.0016
    0.1327
    0.0819
    0.0021
    D.0028
    0.0156
    0.0019
    0.1200
    0.1289
    0.1377
    0.0824
    0.0248
    0.0553
    0.0301
    0.2769
    0.0311
    0. 0401
    0.0322
    0.0353
    0. 0416
    0.0166
    0.0180
    0.1074
    0.0134
    0.1190
    0.0747
    0.0959
    0.0468
    0.1570
    0.1570
    0.2262
    0.2437
    0. 0492
    0. 0434
    0.1885
    0.1964
    0.1964
    0.1627
    0.4498
    0.432S
    0.7799
    0.3202
    0.5753
    0.6161
    0.6161
    0.5965
    0.5972
    0.5974
    0.5964
    0. 5972
    0.5972
    0.5963
    0. 5977
    0.5994
    0.5972
    0.6416
    0.6300
    0.6081
    0.6537
    0.6537
    0.6489
    0.6489
    0.6313
    0.6328
    0.6312
    0.6320
    0.6319
    0.6329
    0.6319
    0.6319
    0.6312
    0.6416
    0.6726
    0.7600
    0.7063
    0.7063
    0.6861
    0.6174
    0.6174
                                                             C-51
    

    -------
    Food code
    56131000
    56131000
    56131000
    56131000
    56131000
    56131000
    56131000
    56131000
    5613100C
    56131000
    56133000
    56139990
    56140000
    56200300
    56200390
    56200500
    562C0990
    56201COO
    56201010
    56201020
    56201020
    56201030
    56201070
    S62C1071
    56201090
    56201091
    56201092
    56201110
    56201120
    56201120
    56201120
    56201210
    56201220
    56201220
    56201220
    562C1230
    562C1240
    56201250
    56201260
    56201510
    56201520
    56202500
    56202960
    56202970
    56202980
    56203000
    56203010
    56203020
    56203030
    56203050
    56203050
    56203050
    56203060
    56203060
    S6203060
    56203070
    56203070
    56203080
    56203090
    56203100
    56203100
    5620310C
    56203100
    56203540
    56204980
    56204990
    56205000
    56205010
    56205020
    56205030
    56205040
    56205050
    56205080
    56205090
    5620B110
    56205120
    56205130
    56205150
    56205170
    Modcode
    0
    100075
    100104
    200049
    200239
    200797
    201426
    202235
    204021
    204159
    C
    0
    C
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    200206
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204138
    0
    0
    200697
    202470
    0
    0
    101118
    200611
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204608
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    200205
    202566
    0
    100692
    201878
    0
    200148
    0
    0
    0
    201498
    204241
    204917
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    101250
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    Start dajte
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/9(1
    01/01/9*
    01/01/9tt
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/914
    01/01/9|4
    01/31/94
    01/31/94
    01/31/94
    01/31/94
    01/31/94
    01/31/94
    01/01/s|4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/96
    01/01/96
    01/01/96
    01/01/44
    01/01/94
    01/01/^4
    01/01/94
    01/01/96
    01/01/96
    01/01/96
    01/01/96
    01/01/96
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/^4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/84
    01/01/^4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/B4
    01/01/B4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/&4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End date
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/33/98
    11/33/98
    11/30/96
    11/30/98
    11/30/96
    11/30/98
    11/30/9S
    11/30/9F
    11/30/9?
    ll/30/9f
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9B
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9H
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/9.3
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/S8
    11/30/SS
    11/30/58
    11/30/58
    C i
    0.5378
    0.5984
    0.5984
    0.5984
    0.5986
    0.5984
    0.5977
    0.5975
    0.5996
    0. 5975
    0.6416
    0.6460
    0.6490
    0.8369
    0.6499
    0.7312
    0.8758
    0.8787
    0.8758
    0.8409
    0.8407
    O.S7B7
    0.6352
    0.£352
    0.6777
    0.6777
    0.6429
    0.8401
    0.8007
    0.9004
    0.3020
    0.8375
    0.7853
    0.7845
    0.7850
    0.8375
    0.8095
    0.7607
    0.8095
    0.7577
    0.6433
    0.7292
    0.8369
    0.8369
    0.8369
    0.3369
    0.3369
    0. 3369
    0.7381
    0.8067
    0.8065
    0.8071
    0.3067
    0.8071
    0.8065
    0.6925
    0.6922
    0.7381
    0.6695
    0.6200
    0.6198
    0.6188
    0.6194
    0.4016
    0.6879
    0.6369
    0.6369
    0.6369
    0.6958
    0.6958
    0.6879
    0.8583
    0.3974
    0.9618
    0.6944
    0.6944
    0.7112
    0.7290
    0.7112
                                                            s
    C-52
    

    -------
    t
    Food code
    56205170
    5620S170
    5620S210
    56205300
    56205320
    56205340
    56205400
    56205400
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205420
    56205430
    56205430
    56205430
    56205430
    56205430
    56205430
    56205440
    56205440
    56205440
    56205510
    56205510
    56205510
    56205510
    56205510
    56205540
    56205550
    56206970
    56206990
    56207010
    56207020
    56207030
    56207050
    56207060
    56207060
    56207070
    56207120
    56207150
    56207160
    56207180
    56207180
    56207180
    5620721C
    562G722C
    56207220
    56207230
    56207230
    56207300
    56207330
    56207340
    56207360
    56207370
    56208520
    56210000
    58100300
    58100330
    58101820
    58101830
    58101830
    58101910
    58101910
    58101910
    58103110
    58103110
    58103110
    S8103110
    58103310
    58125100
    Modcode
    200798
    203S69
    0
    0
    204544
    204500
    0
    200334
    0
    200056
    200124
    200263
    200333
    200371
    200575
    201116
    201193
    201246
    201329
    201888
    202219
    204045
    0
    100022
    101254
    200369
    203850
    204201
    0
    100900
    200204
    0
    100484
    200470
    200836
    203861
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    203174
    0
    204688
    0
    0
    203150
    203973
    204700
    203966
    0
    202361
    0
    201794
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204175
    0
    201254
    204707
    0
    100743
    200132
    204157
    101032
    0
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/C1/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    End dale
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    GJ
    0.7113
    0.7113
    0.7109
    0.7291
    0.7122
    0.7104
    0.6014
    0.6025
    0.6014
    0.6012
    0.6043
    0.6028
    0.6025
    0.6025
    0.6025
    0.6025
    0.6009
    0.6045
    0.6045
    0.6012
    0.6043
    0.6045
    0.6586
    0.6584
    0.9426
    0.6581
    0.9397
    0.9373
    0.6531
    0.6542
    0.6529
    0.6627
    0.6637
    0.6625
    0.6640
    0.6637
    0.6944
    0.6625
    0.8774
    0.8774
    0.8806
    0.8774
    0.8445
    0.3977
    0.8042
    0.8039
    0.8445
    0.7043
    0.6967
    0.6967
    0.6591
    0.6S88
    0.6607
    0.8294
    0.8454
    0.8452
    0.8425
    0.8423
    0.8055
    0.7680
    0.80S5
    0.8438
    0.8438
    0.8624
    0.7878
    0.1563
    0.0207
    0.0415
    0.0466
    0.0453
    0.0393
    0.0393
    0.0393
    0.2891
    0.2891
    0.2891
    0.3294
    0.4666
    0.4348
                                                             C-53
    

    -------
    Food code
    5810511C
    S810621C
    5810631C
    5810632C
    581D651C
    5810S52C
    581CS52C
    581C652C
    53106520
    58106710
    58106720
    58106720
    58106740
    5810675Q
    58106750
    58106760
    58107050
    58107210
    58107220
    58110110
    58110120
    58110130
    58110130
    58110170
    58111200
    58112510
    58112510
    58112510
    58113110
    58121410
    58121410
    S8125110
    58125110
    58125120
    5B12S120
    S8125120
    58126110
    58126140
    58126270
    58128120
    58128220
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130010
    58130020
    581301SO
    58130310
    58130310
    58130310
    58130310
    58130320
    58130320
    58131100
    58131110
    58131310
    58131320
    58131510
    58131520
    58131530
    58131530
    58131530
    Modcode
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100184
    204752
    204776
    0
    0
    100362
    0
    0
    204179
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204112
    0
    0
    0
    100999
    204167
    0
    0
    205028
    0
    101210
    0
    101235
    101251
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100456
    100468
    100600
    200987
    201239
    201716
    202087
    202145
    202998
    203295
    203672
    204066
    204577
    204654
    204804
    204818
    204928
    204999
    205023
    205025
    0
    0
    0
    200077
    204920
    204921
    0
    202985
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    203897
    203898
    Start daft
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/9J4
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    oi/ai/94
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    01/01/^4
    01/01/5(4
    01/01/9J4
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/$4
    01/01/J4
    01/01/44
    01/01/i 4
    01/01/1 4
    01/01/i 4
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/J4
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    End date
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/33/98
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    11/30/9?
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    11/30/93
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    G i
    0.3962
    0.1215
    0.1009
    0.1009
    0.1039
    0.1039
    O.C905
    0.1074
    0.107C
    0. 0893
    0.0893
    0.0796
    0.0907
    0.0907
    0.0808
    0.1310
    0.1578
    0.1377
    0.1377
    0.3761
    0.3874
    0.3612
    0.3633
    0.4310
    O.C873
    0. C946
    0. C946
    0.1273
    O.C650
    0.4696
    0.4689
    O.C291
    O.C293
    O.C214
    0.0216
    0.0214
    0.0710
    0.1264
    0.0637
    0.0705
    0.1286
    0.2351
    0.2332
    0.2353
    0.2340
    0.2351
    0.2356
    0.2355
    0.2353
    0.2346
    0.2352
    0.2358
    0.2329
    0.2337
    0.2342
    0.2343
    0.2359
    0.2342
    0.2345
    0.2334
    0.2346
    0.2337
    0.2171
    0.2170
    0.2630
    0.2636
    0.2613
    0.2610
    0.2406
    0.2412
    0.0280
    0.0891
    0.0260
    0.0854
    0.0294
    0.0914
    0.0846
    0.1013
    0.1016
                                                            s
    C-54
    

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    t
    Food code
    58131600
    58132110
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132310
    58132710
    58132820
    58132910
    58132910
    58132910
    58133110
    58133130
    58133140
    58134120
    58134130
    58134130
    58134160
    58134610
    58134620
    S81346SO
    58134720
    58135110
    58136110
    58136110
    58136110
    58136110
    58136120
    58136130
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    Modcode
    0
    0
    0
    100548
    100742
    200434
    200855
    202057
    204263
    204563
    204833
    2049C9
    0
    0
    0
    101255
    204540
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204796
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100830
    202455
    203157
    0
    0
    0
    100035
    100038
    100067
    100074
    100100
    100111
    100958
    10116B
    200082
    200648
    200700
    200712
    200718
    200776
    200998
    201287
    201556
    201667
    201909
    201943
    202062
    202506
    202617
    202856
    202927
    203131
    203265
    203862
    204026
    204074
    204087
    204122
    204124
    204211
    204253
    204254
    204524
    204530
    204560
    204573
    204644
    204683
    204774
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/34
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    Cl/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    End date
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    G_i
    0.0196
    0.2625
    0.1603
    0.1602
    0.1603
    0.1603
    0.1603
    0.1602
    0.1602
    0.1602
    0.1602
    0.1601
    0.2132
    0.4172
    0.2131
    0.2131
    0.2131
    0.0370
    0.0888
    0.0949
    0.1030
    0.0960
    0.0955
    0.0520
    0.3901
    0.0920
    0. 0261
    0. 0306
    0. 0713
    0.1464
    0.1463
    0.1463
    0.1464
    0.2821
    0.1289
    0.2527
    0.2639
    0.2525
    0.2526
    0.2526
    0.2523
    0.2641
    0.2640
    0.2636
    0.2528
    0.2642
    0.2524
    0.2529
    0.2527
    0.2520
    0.2528
    0.2639
    0.2530
    0.2640
    0.2635
    0.2532
    0.2633
    0.2524
    0.2523
    0.2530
    0.2637
    0.2637
    0,2530
    0.2527
    0.2539
    0.2533
    0,2645
    0.2538
    0.2531
    0.2539
    0.3737
    0.3727
    0.2534
    0.2528
    0.2537
    0.2536
    0.2531
    0.2529
    0.2537
                                                              C-55
    

    -------
    Food code
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145110
    58145114
    53145114
    S8145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    5S145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145114
    58145115
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145120
    58145130
    58145130
    58145130
    58145140
    58145150
    58145150
    58145150
    5814S1SO
    58145150
    58145160
    58145160
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145170
    58145173
    Modcode
    204778
    204845
    204874
    205008
    0
    100040
    100042
    100079
    100090
    100092
    100106
    100126
    100232
    100268
    100294
    100380
    101077
    200445
    200473
    200503
    200541
    200808
    201129
    201179
    201232
    201584
    201592
    201972
    202001
    202050
    202355
    203477
    203832
    203860
    203959
    203963
    203989
    204018
    204117
    204135
    204327
    204333
    204516
    204557
    204729
    204808
    204937
    0
    0
    100521
    200545
    201431
    203026
    204559
    204847
    205001
    0
    101237
    202681
    0
    0
    100993
    101238
    203852
    203928
    203877
    204941
    0
    100218
    100413
    100469
    100487
    100881
    201430
    201821
    201925
    202126
    202746
    203927
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/S4
    01/01/5 4
    01/01/9,4
    01/01/9.4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/J4
    01/01/44
    01/01/:I4
    01/01/ 14
    01/01/S4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/B4
    01/01/94
    01/01/P4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/B4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/34
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/194
    01/01/J94
    01/01/34
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/J94
    01/01/I94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End date
    11/30/9B
    11/30/9H
    11/30/9H
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9S
    11/30/9H
    11/30/91!
    11/30/91)
    11/30/91)
    11/30/913
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9:3
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/9.3
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/99
    11/30/98
    11/30/99
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/58
    11/30/58
    11/30/J8
    11/30/S8
    11/30/58
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    G_i
    0.2637
    0.2538
    0.2652
    0.3999
    0.4547
    0.4547
    0.4547
    0.4544
    0.4545
    0.5014
    0. 5014
    0.6110
    0.5014
    0.5014
    0.5541
    0.5537
    0.4543
    0.4541
    0.4545
    0.4547
    0.4545
    0.4545
    0.4545
    0.5011
    0.4546
    0.4541
    0.4543
    0.4545
    0.4541
    0.4539
    0.4541
    0.4545
    0.4571
    0.4569
    0.4554
    0.4571
    0.4543
    0.4549
    0.4554
    0.4543
    0.4552
    0.4554
    0.4550
    0. 5547
    0.4555
    0.5C24
    0.4575
    0.5345
    0.2214
    0.2214
    0.2214
    0.2215
    0.2214
    0.2186
    0.2216
    0.2222
    0.1785
    0.1792
    0.1785
    0.3546
    0.2193
    0.2193
    0.2184
    0.2199
    0.2194
    0.2040
    0.2038
    0.2443
    0.2546
    0.2544
    0.2542
    0.2444
    0.2437
    0.2540
    0.2436
    0.2550
    0.2441
    0.2443
    0.2443
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    C-56
    

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    9
    Food code
    58145170
    58146100
    58146120
    58146120
    58146150
    58146150
    58147100
    58147310
    58147310
    58147310
    58147310
    58147310
    58147330
    58147330
    58148110
    5814B110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148110
    58148120
    58148120
    58148130
    58148130
    58148130
    58148140
    58148150
    58148160
    58148160
    58148170
    58148180
    58148500
    58148500
    58148500
    58148550
    58148550
    58148550
    58148550
    58148550
    58150110
    58150110
    58150110
    58150110
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    58150310
    58150510
    58155110
    58156210
    58156410
    58156610
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160110
    58160120
    58160120
    58160120
    58160120
    58160130
    58160140
    58160140
    58160150
    58160150
    58160150
    58160150
    58160150
    Modcode
    204353
    0
    0
    203994
    0
    204374
    0
    0
    100089
    100861
    200861
    204877
    0
    101093
    0
    100320
    100558
    202859
    203088
    204059
    0
    100730
    0
    101228
    202070
    0
    100831
    0
    201511
    204168
    Q
    0
    200916
    203139
    0
    100383
    100961
    203271
    204758
    0
    101037
    201383
    202499
    0
    100227
    100457
    101233
    204056
    204610
    204749
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100252
    0
    100109
    100495
    100756
    101153
    202795
    202997
    203184
    203814
    204262
    204880
    204943
    0
    100705
    203936
    204278
    0
    0
    204975
    0
    201187
    202717
    203010
    204520
    Start date
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/C1/94
    01/C1/94
    01/C1/94
    01/C1/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/31/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End date
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    G i
    0.2548
    0.4528
    0.0786
    0.1065
    0.4403
    0.4272
    0.4150
    0.3040
    0.3039
    0.3071
    0.3039
    0.3205
    0.4667
    0.4667
    0.3669
    0.3701
    0.3669
    0.3625
    0.3637
    0.3687
    0.2876
    0.2902
    0.3116
    0.3099
    0.3139
    0.3175
    0.3221
    0.2394
    0.2412
    0.2196
    0.2513
    0.3173
    0.3217
    0.3173
    0.3017
    0.3017
    0.3017
    0.3027
    0.3050
    0.3896
    0.4168
    0.3896
    0.3896
    0.3930
    0.3931
    0.3928
    0.4121
    0.4116
    0.3947
    0.4118
    0.3956
    0.2150
    0.2554
    0.2099
    0.4435
    0.5751
    0.2891
    0.3057
    0.2883
    0.2706
    0.3047
    0.6071
    0.2923
    0.264B
    0.3056
    0.5763
    0.2898
    0.4303
    0.2148
    0.4309
    0.2237
    0.3710
    0.4862
    0.4S91
    0.2145
    0.2158
    0.2158
    0.2212
    0.2145
                                                              C-57
    

    -------
    Food code
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    58161300
    581613DO
    581S1310
    58161310
    58162110
    58162110
    58162310
    58162310
    58162310
    58162310
    58162310
    58163130
    58163210
    58163310
    58163310
    58163310
    58163310
    58163310
    58163330
    58163330
    58163330
    58163330
    58163350
    58163350
    58163360
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163380
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    58163410
    581634BO
    58163510
    58163610
    58163610
    58175110
    58400003
    584C0100
    58400203
    58402010
    58402020
    58402030
    58402100
    58403010
    58403010
    58403010
    58403010
    58403010
    S84C3010
    58403043
    584C4013
    5B4C4030
    58404500
    58404520
    58406010
    584C6020
    584C7010
    584C7030
    584C7030
    584C7030
    Modcode
    0
    100214
    101234
    200211
    201024
    201635
    203925
    203945
    204174
    204801
    0
    204658
    100814
    203103
    0
    100991
    200250
    202704
    203379
    0
    0
    0
    201500
    202911
    203023
    203045
    0
    201015
    204363
    204859
    0
    201427
    0
    0
    100105
    101219
    202152
    202867
    203853
    203917
    204417
    0
    100085
    200460
    201421
    201485
    203302
    203674
    203819
    204855
    0
    0
    0
    202136
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100046
    100165
    100609
    100737
    100936
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100575
    101197
    Start dale
    01/01/44
    01/01/'I4
    01/01/1)4
    01/01/J4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/54
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/!I4
    01/01/114
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/44
    01/01/?4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
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    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/^4
    01/01/$4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/^4
    01/01/J4
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/9.4
    01/01/44
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    01/01/94
    End date
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9B
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/93
    11/30/9:?
    11/30/98
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/9;?
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/9)3
    11/30/9.5
    11/30/9,3
    11/30/93
    11/30/9.3
    11/30/9.3
    11/30/98
    11/30/93
    11/30/93
    11/30/913
    11/30/98
    11/30/93
    11/30/98
    11/30/9:3
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
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    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/9B
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    11/30/98
    G_i
    0.4149
    0.4203
    0.4152
    0.4151
    0.4151
    0.4151
    0.4151
    0.4150
    0.4154
    0.4154
    0.4842
    0.4842
    0.1121
    0.1130
    0.561S
    0.5841
    0.5613
    C.5618
    0.5616
    0.5432
    0.4569
    0.6929
    0.6933
    0.6927
    0.7178
    0.6930
    0.7954
    0.7953
    0.7953
    0.8123
    0.7458
    0.7457
    0.7219
    0.7288
    0.7287
    0.7299
    0. 72 33
    0.7539
    0.7290
    0.7287
    0.7232
    0.2159
    0.2159
    0.2159
    0.2159
    0.2184
    0.2162
    0.2160
    0.2160
    0.2159
    0.1313
    0.6056
    0. 5090
    0. 5092
    0.3002
    0.6620
    0.7494
    0.8423
    0.4857
    0.5104
    0.0839
    0.4914
    0.4915
    0.3258
    0.5471
    0.6590
    0.4202
    0.1946
    0. 5032
    0.4915
    0.6339
    0.7650
    0.4424
    0.4371
    0.4922
    0.9457
    0.8478
    0.7358
    0.8744
                                                            t
    C-58
    

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    f
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    Food code
    58407030
    58407050
    58408010
    S8408500
    58421010
    58421010
    58421020
    58421020
    58421020
    58421020
    58421060
    58421060
    58421060
    58421080
    58450300
    61201620
    61201630
    61210000
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210620
    61210E20
    61210620
    61210630
    61210820
    61210820
    61225600
    61226000
    62125110
    64104010
    64104010
    64104010
    64104010
    64104050
    64104050
    64104050
    64104050
    64104450
    64116010
    64116020
    64116050
    64116100
    64116100
    64116100
    64116100
    64116150
    64124060
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501040
    71501090
    71501090
    71501090
    71501090
    71501090
    71501090
    71501200
    71501300
    71704000
    71704000
    71704000
    718010QO
    71801020
    Modcode
    203653
    0
    0
    0
    0
    204753
    0
    203031
    204790
    204854
    0
    204785
    204814
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    0
    100058
    100593
    100653
    100718
    203539
    203855
    0
    0
    204792
    0
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    0
    0
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    204008
    204015
    204034
    204044
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    .9002
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    .8614
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    .6998
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    .9730
    .7783
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    .9312
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    . 8423
    .9133
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    ,8814
    . 8234
    .9250
    . 9035
    . 9819
    .8822
    .9281
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                                                             C-61
    

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     Food code
    92552000
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                                                            Appendix D
                                                Statistical Methods and Sample Design
    
                         This appendix describes the statistical methods used to generate point and interval estimates of
                  daily average per capita water ingestion. Point estimates include the mean, 1 st, 5th, 1 Oth, 25th, 50th,
                  75th, 90th, 95th, and 99th percentiles. Mean estimates were generated using ratio estimation techniques.
                  Empirical percentiles were estimated using nonparametric techniques. All estimates incorporated CSFII
                  survey weights to project a sampled individual's consumption to the population.
    
                         The majority of the per capita water ingestion estimates in this report are presented for specific
                  subpopulations and water source.  The design of the CSFII survey did not always support estimation of
                  the variance when subpopulations were evaluated. Without a variance estimate, confidence intervals
                  about the mean or bootstrap intervals about percentile estimates cannot be produced. Therefore, the
                  tabulated presentations in Appendix E include only point estimates. However, the survey did support
                  variance, and thus interval estimation, for some subpopulations. These estimates are presented in the key
                  figures of Chapter 4 augmenting tabulated estimates for all individuals.
    
                         When a variance was estimated for the mean per capita ingestion, we estimated the variance of
                  the mean using a Taylor series approximation of the deviation of estimates from their expected values.
                  The Taylor series approximations were applied to ultimate clusters, which resulted in an overall estimate
                  of the variance instead of estimating variance components due to sample-design stages. We include the
                  statistical formulae for generating both the mean estimate and the estimate of the confidence interval
                  about the mean. We also provide the method for generating percentile estimates and estimates of 90
                  percent bootstrap intervals about the percentile estimates.
    
                         The primary sampling stage of the 1994-1996 CSFII divided the 50 United States and the District
                  of Columbia into 1,404 primary sampling units (PSUs). A Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), a
                  fraction of an MSA, counties, or groups of counties comprised a PSU. The federal Office of Management
                  and Budget defines an MSA as "a geographic area consisting of a large population nucleus together with
                  adjacent communities that have a high degree of economic and social integration with the nucleus"
                  (1994-96 CSFII survey documentation, p.
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                         In general, an MSA constituted a single PSU for the 1 994-1996 CSFII. There were three
                  exceptions: New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. The New York MSA was divided into three PSUs
                  while the other two exceptions each comprised two PSUs. From the 1,404 PSUs constituting the United
                  States, the primary stage CSFII sample selected 62 PSUs. The 24 largest of the 1,404 PSUs were
                  included in the CSFII with certainty. The remaining 1,380 PSUs were assigned to one of 38 strata based
                  on their 1990 population, percentage of black and Hispanic  populations, and per capita income. One PSU
                  was then selected from each of the 38 strata with selection probability proportional to the 1990
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    population. Of the 62 PSUs resulting from the first stage, 50 were MS As and 12 were non-MSAs.
    
           Then, each of the 62 sampled PSUs was divided] into 36 area segments consisting of blocks or
    groups of blocks. Twelve area segments were sampled each year of the survey with three segments
    sampled during each quarter of the given year. From a sampled area segment, households were drawn
    from dwelling unit listings, and individuals were then selected from the sampled household.  Individual
    selection occurred to ensure specified estimation criteria) for given sex-age categories based on screening
    questionnaire results.
    
           To facilitate variance estimation, PSUs were assigned to variance estimation strata (VES).  Two
    PSUs, referred to in the CSFII documentation as variance estimation units (VEU), were assigned to a
    variance estimation stratum. The 38 PSUs sampled were paired with adjacent PSUs to form 19 VES. The
    24 PSUs  that were sampled with certainty formed 24 VES.  Each PSU that was sampled with certainty
    had one half of its area segments assigned to a VEU within  the VES. The remaining area segments from
    the PSU were assigned to the second VEU within the area segment. Therefore, the 1994-1996 CSFII is
    comprised of 43 VES.  Variance estimation was not supported for several subpopulations evaluated in this
    report because data must be available from each VEU to generate a variance for a VES. When samples at
    the subpopulation level are small, this is not the case.
    
           The 1998 CSFII augments the 1994 through 19^6 survey. The USDA conducted the survey in
    response to the 1996 Food Quality Protection Act of 1996 which requires that consumption patterns
    include information from a statistically valid sample of infants and children. The 1998 CSFII includes a
    nationally representative sample of non-institutionalized children aged 9 and younger.  The same primary
    and secondary stage sampling units were used for the 1^98  CSFII as for the 1994-1996 CSFII. The same
    24 area segments used in the last 2 years of the 1994-1996  CSFII were selected from each of the 62 PSUs
    because they contained the most current listing information.
    
           For this report, an ultimate cluster is considered the aggregate of the sampled individuals within a
    VEU. The ultimate cluster method is supported by the survey design. It  is also necessary for estimating
    the variance of the mean estimate. Because the sample design contains multiple levels, such as VES and
    VEU, specific information is necessary to partition the variance-of-the-mean estimate into components.
    That is, specification of the sample size and population Isize within each level of sampling is required.
    However, this information is not inherent in the CSFII (Jala. Rather, the CSFII reports an adjusted sample
    weight for each individual who reported 2 nonconsecutive days of consumption data during the survey.
    Given that only the adjusted weight was available, and not the specific sample and population size in each
    phase, it was necessary to estimate the mean using ratio estimation techniques and the variance of the
    mean using the ultimate cluster methodology, which doles not partition the variance into sample design
    components.
    
           All estimates presented in this report incorporate 4-year, 2-day survey weights. The 1998 CSFII
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                  data was weighted using the same approach used for the 1994, 1995, and 1996 data. First, an annual set
                  of survey weights for 2-day respondents was built using the sampling fraction for the year.  This sampling
                  fraction is the product of the probability of selecting the PSU, the area segment within the PSU, the
                  household within the segment, and then selecting an eligible individual within the household. These
                  weights were adjusted for nonresponse and recalibrated to the corresponding year's March Current
                  Population Survey (CPS) population within 16 sociodemographic cells using the "raking ratio weighling"
                  process. This was done so that the weights would be consistent with the previously computed CSFII
                  1994-1996 (3-year) weights. Next, the CSFII 1998 sample was combined with the CSFII 1994-1996
                  sample using a "composite estimation approach," in which the combined estimator is a linear combination
                  of the corresponding recalibrated 1994-1996 and 1998 CSFII 2-day weights. The results were then
                  recalibrated a final time using the same raking procedure (CSFII survey documentation, pp. 5-8 through
                  5-18).  These adjusted sample weights, which are recorded in the CSFII data in the variable WT4_2DAY,
                  record the number of individuals the sampled person represents in the population.  For example, a sample
                  weight valued as 22 projects the data from the individual with that sample weight to 22 individuals in the
                  population of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia.
    
                          The mean, daily average per capita ingestion for a given commodity type was estimated as the
                  ratio of total consumption ingested by the United States population or subpopulation, divided by the
                  estimate of the total number of individuals in the population or subpopulation.
    
                          Let R, designate the mean, daily average per capita ingestion for the tth water source and
                  subpopulation category. R t is then estimated as
                         To estimate the numerator,
    t
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                                          h=variance estimation stratum (VES)
                                          i=variance estimation units (VEU)
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            h=1...43
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    j=l,2,3J...,nh,
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                  from the ilh variance estimation unit in the h"" variance estimation stratum. The survey weight for the jlh
                  individual in the ith VEU from the h * VES is designated w hjj.
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           To estimate
    the total number of individuals in the population or subpopulation, the variable x hjj is valued as 1 if the j *
    person is in the ith VEU in the hth VES. Otherwise, x hlj, is valued as zero.
    Then
                                               *-i 1-1 yti
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    as
    Thus, the value
    is ihe weighted difference between the daily average consumption for the jth individual and the estimated
    mean, daily average per capita ingestion for the population.
    
           Then, as the first component of the cluster, the values of
    
                                                   iu,
    are summed across the n thi sampled individuals in the i fh VEU from the hth VES. That is,
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    This calculation was performed for each of the two VEUs comprising a given VES. The mean of the
    VEU weighted deviations for each VES was then determined as
    The ultimate cluster variance of the mean was calculated as
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    A 90-percent confidence interval about the estimated mean, daily average per capita ingestion was
    estimated as
                                              A
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           To demonstrate that the variance of the mean was estimated using a Taylor Series approximation
    applied to ultimate clusters, define the function g(X,Y) as Y/X, where Y is the estimated total of the daily
    average consumption by the population in the 50 States and Washington, D.C., and X is the estimated
    population in the 50 States and Washington, D.C.  Notice that the function g(X,Y) is the estimator for the
    mean, daily average per capita ingestion, as defined above.  Let (i y and |J. x, respectively, be the expected
    values of the variables Y and X. Then, the function F(X,Y) can be expanded in a Taylor series about
    these expected values such that
               F(XJ) = /JXnx.nJ+3Fx(ji,r,|iJ(Jf-|ir)+a/ryGij.lOCr-lO  +  *fe*er order terms.
    5Fx(p.x,[Jiv) is the first order partial derivative of F with respect to X evaluated at the expected value of X,
    and dFjXji^y) is the first order partial derivative of F with respect to Y evaluated at the expected value of
    Y. If F(X,Y) is defined as E(g(X,Y)), then
    since ECX-ji^O and E(Y-|J,y)=0.  Therefore, if the higher order terms of the series are considered
    negligible, the mean estimator is unbiased.
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            Define the variance of the estimated mean as V(F(X,Y)). If F(X,Y) is defined as E(g(X,Y)), then
    Thus, the variance of the mean can be calculated as
    which is equivalent to
           Based on a method suggested by Woodruff (Woodruff 1971), which creates a synthetic variable
    from the variable portion of the Taylor series variance estimate, the Taylor series variance estimate can be
    approximated as
    where the synthetic variable is
                                      Z,
           If F(X,Y) is defined as E(g(X,Y)), which in this case is
                                               k-i 1-1 j-\
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                  Since X hij is 1 if the jth individual is in the sample, and 0 otherwise, the estimator for Z lhij can be
                  expressed as
                                                        "1*0
                          Notice that this expression of
                  is the weighted difference between the daily average consumption for the j th individual and the estimated
                  mean, daily average per capita ingestion for the population, as defined earlier.
    
                          Estimates presented in this report were generated by coding the estimation formulae in SAS *, the
                  statistical computing language. The linear approximation lo the Taylor series estimate of the variance
                  was the method of choice because estimates were verified using SUDAAN, a commercially available
                  software package based on the same approach (Shah 1996).
    
                          Using the same synthetic variable Z, the procedure invoked by SUDAAN, when there is sampling
                  with replacement at the first stage of the sample design (DESIGN = WR), estimates the variance as
                                                         Var(Z)
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    and
            Notice that if the value 2 — for (he two VEUs sampled from each VES with replacement — is
    substituted for n h in the previous four equations, which are listed as written in the April 1996 technical
    manual for SUDAAN version 7.0, then the estimator becomes the ultimate cluster estimator listed in
    Section 3.1.1 (Shah 1996).
    
    To generate percentile estimates, denote the p lh percentile of the distribution F as 6 p.  Define 6 p as
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                                             ep=inf{F(Y)ap}.
    
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                                                   M
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                                                  M
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    Thus, the plh percentile is estimated as
           Computationally, y hij is arranged in ascending order across all values of the indices.  The survey
    weights associated with the arranged y hij are summed until the first instance when the value of p is
    exceeded.
    
           In addition to percentiles from the empirical distributions of daily average water intake, tables in
    Chapter 4 reports 90-percent interval estimates for the 90th, 95th, and 99th percentiles. Reported interval
    estimates are nonparametric estimates resulting from bootstrapping techniques reported by Efron (Efron
    
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           The reported bootstrap intervals do not result from direct estimates of the standard deviation of
    the point estimate. Rather, the bootstrap estimates result from the percentile method, which estimates the
    lower and upper bounds for the interval estimate by the 100s tne lower bound for the 90-percent bootstrap interval
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    estimate.  Likewise, the value of the 95th percentile from the distribution of bootstrap estimates (p *,5%) is
    the upper bound estimate for the 90-percent interval estimate.  The central point of the estimated
    90-percent interval is not necessarily the reported value|of the pth percentile estimate; this is due to the
    asymmetry of the distribution of the percentile estimates.
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                                                              Appendix E
                                                  Per Capita Water Ingestion Estimates
    
                          Tabulated estimates of per capita water ingestion are presented in four parts. Each part includes
                   estimates of the mean and empirical percentiles from the empirical distribution of daily average per capita
                   ingestion and contains five sets of tables that differ by water source. These sources are community water,
                   bottled water, water from other sources, missing source, and total water.  Units are milliliters per person
                   per day for Parts I and 111, and milliliters per kilogram of body weight per day for Parts II and IV.
    
                          For a given source of water, tables of estimates are presented by type of ingestion. Direct
                   ingestion estimates are reported first.  Direct ingestion is defined as plain water ingested as a beverage.
                   Estimates of indirect ingestion—water ingested through foods with water added at the final phase of
                   preparation, at home or locally—follow the estimates of directly ingested water. The third set of
                   estimates is total ingestion, which is direct and indirect water ingested  from that given source.
    
                          All water source and type of ingestion estimates are presented  for three sociodemographic
                   subsets.  These sociodemographic subsets are as follows:
    
                          Gender and broad age categories
    
                   •       Fine age categories
    
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