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Public attitudes to food issues - report
Project Code: XA0310
The Public Attitudes to Food Issues survey is part of a package of work the Agency is conducting to further understand what people think about food issues, particularly food shopping, healthy eating, food safety at home and when eating out.
Other areas covered by the survey include food prices, additives, pesticides, veterinary medicines and allergy information. The report also showed that three in ten people would use the Internet to find out information about food, and one in five had heard of or visited one of the Agency’s websites.
This stand-alone survey was conducted by GfK NOP, with over 3,000 face to face interviews with the UK public between 9 October and 5 November 2008.
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