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Consumer attitudes survey 2004 UK report (fifth report)
Project Code: XA0305
The Food Standards Agency’s fifth Consumer Attitudes to Food survey shows an increase in people’s concerns about their diet and health.
Salt levels are the top food concern, with fat and sugar also appearing in the list of top five. More people than ever before are checking food labels to find out how much salt, fat and sugar is in the food. Over the past five years, among people who check labels, the number of people who say they look for nutritional details has risen to 75% in 2004, from just over half in 2000. The level of concern about BSE has fallen by almost a quarter since 2000.
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