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Consumer response to nutrition information available in catering outlets
Project Code: X05001
Research was conducted with respondents recruited to represent a ’broad middle ground’ in terms of attitudes to diet/health, with all eating out in a range of different types of outlet including ’casual dining’, ’quick serve’ restaurants, coffee shops and ’pub dining’ two to three times a month or more.
The main sample (C150 people) was recruited to 24 group discussions arranged by age, life-stage, and SEG, and in addition 40 individual interviews were conducted, 32 in ’quali halls’ and 8 pre-recruited with Black Minority Ethnic (BME) respondents. There was a consistency of views across Socio-Economic Groups (SEG) and Black and Minority Groups (BME) respondents.
Fieldwork was conducted throughout the UK.
As Nutrition research was transferred from the Food Standards Agency to the Department of Health from September 2010, the report from this survey can be found at: http://food.gov.uk/healthiereating/healthycatering/cateringbusiness/consumerresponse150109 but this page has been archived by the National Archives.
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