- •Food consumption was assessed in children from the five Brazilian regions.
- •Sweetened beverages characterize children's eating patterns.
- •The consumption of ultra-processed foods was higher in specific regions.
- •Consumption of these products increased in all regions between 2015 and 2019.
- •Children in the Northeast were strongly impacted by the consumption of these products.
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