Development of menu board media for information on sugar, salt and fat related health messages at a senior high school cafeteria in Depok City, Indonesia
Rita Ramayulis, Anhari Achadi
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to produce informative menu board media to show sugar, salt and fat (SSF) related health messages in a Senior High School canteen.
Design/methodology/approach – The research model included stages of needs analysis, design, product development and product evaluation. The data were collected from material experts, media experts and 186 high school students. Data were analyzed by descriptive qualitative and statistical analysis.
Findings – The C and D menu boards were selected for their content information and health messages that received higher scores.
Originality/value – There are four stages required in the development of menu board media: needs analysis, menu board design, product development and product evaluation. Further research would be needed to develop the menu boards into a simpler model.
Indonesia; Menu board media; Nutrition surveys; Health message