Food and You -

Food and You is our flagship consumer survey which provides evidence of public food safety attitudes, reported behaviour, food safety knowledge and food issues in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Research projects related to the programme

Research from wave four of the biennial Food and You consumer survey.
The Food and You consumer survey collects information about the public's reported behaviours, attitudes and knowledge relating to food safety and food issues.
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Approach and insights from wave three of the biennial Food and You consumer survey.
Food and You is a biennial survey exploring the public’s attitudes, reported knowledge and behaviour relating to food safety and other food-related issues. Wave 3 of the survey was carried out in 2014.
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Food and You is a biennial survey exploring the public’s attitudes, reported knowledge and behaviour relating to food safety and production.
Wave 2 of the survey was carried out in 2012. The UK report was published in March 2013. The Northern Ireland and Scotland reports, which include more detailed analysis and findings on healthy eating, were published in June 2013.
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Information about the first Food and You survey in 2010, background, key findings and research reports.
TNS-BMRB, the Policy Studies Institute (PSI) and the University of Westminster carried out the first wave of Food and You on our behalf.
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Secondary analysis research using the data from the first four waves of the Food and You survey.
We commissioned a series of secondary analysis papers using data from the Food and You survey, undertaken by NatCen Social Research. Food and You is our flagship consumer survey.
Food and You is our flagship consumer survey, find out about our secondary analysis projects based on data from Waves 1-3, conducted from 2010-2014.
Back to top Background This paper involves an exercise to segment the population according to possible underlying patterns of food-safety-related behaviour.
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Secondary analysis of Food and You waves 1-2. Find out more about how the research led to the revision of our analytical tool - the Index of Recommended Practice (IRP).
BackgroundThis project involved a quantitative and qualitative peer review of the re-developed Index of Recommended Practice (IRP) - our
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