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Table S1. Trends in per capita purchases and % household purchasing foods and beverages by sweetener type, Homescan 2000–2010*.

Table S2. Trends in prevalence and per capita intake of beverages and foods by sweetener type, NHANES 2003–2010*.

Table S3. Change in percent volume (mL d−1) purchased from each type of beverage using estimated average marginal effects from random-effects longitudinal regression models, among U.S. households from the Nielsen Homescan Longitudinal dataset, 2000–2010.

Table S4. Change in percent volume (g d−1) purchased from each type of food using estimated average marginal effects from random-effects longitudinal regression models, among U.S. households from the Nielsen Homescan Longitudinal dataset, 2000–2010.

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