UK Data Service data catalogue record for:
|Title:||Food and You Survey, 2010|
|Alternative title:||Food and You Survey: Wave 1|
|Series:||Food and You Surveys, 2010-|
Food Standards Agency
Food Standards Agency
|Other acknowledgements:||The Policy Studies Institute and the University of Westminster were additional research consortium members.|
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|The Food and You Survey was commissioned by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to collect robust information on the UK public's reported behaviour, attitudes and knowledge towards food issues (such as food safety and healthy eating). A consortium comprising TNS BMRB, the Policy Studies Institute (PSI) and the University of Westminster carried out Waves 1 and 2 of the survey in 2010 and 2012 respectively. Wave 3 was conducted in 2014 by TNS BMRB.
Further information may be found on the FSA's Food and You Survey webpage.
|The main aim of the Food and You Survey, 2010 was to collect quantitative information about the UK public's attitudes, beliefs and values towards food issues (such as food safety and healthy eating), as well as their food-related behaviour, in order to ensure a sound social science evidence base to support policy making at the FSA and across relevant government departments. The survey also collected supporting information on lifestyle, such as eating habits, shopping and eating outside the home, all of which may influence food behaviours. More specifically, the objectives were to collect quantitative information to enable the Agency to:
The 2010 questionnaire covered the following topics:
|Dates of fieldwork:||March 2010 - August 2010|
Government Office Regions
Adults aged 16 years and over, resident in the UK.
Repeated cross-sectional study
Multi-stage stratified random sample
|Method of data collection:||
|Weighting:||Weighting used. See documentation for details.|
|DEBILITATIVE ILLNESS||DIET AND NUTRITION||ECONOMIC ACTIVITY|
|EDIBLE FATS||EMPLOYMENT HISTORY||EMPLOYMENT|
|FARMS||FISH (AS FOOD)||FOOD CONTAMINATION|
|FOOD CONTROL||FOOD HAZARDS||FOOD POISONING|
|FOOD PREPARATION||FOOD STORAGE||FOOD|
|HEALTH BEHAVIOUR||HEALTH FOODS||HEALTH|
|HEIGHT (PHYSIOLOGY)||HOBBIES||HOURS OF WORK|
|HOUSEHOLD BUDGETS||HOUSEHOLD INCOME||HOUSEHOLD PETS|
|HOUSEHOLDS||HOUSING TENURE||INTERNET ACCESS|
|KNOWLEDGE (AWARENESS)||LARGE SHOPS||LEGUMES|
|MOTOR VEHICLES||NUTRIENTS||OCCUPATIONAL STATUS|
|ONLINE SHOPPING||PRESERVED FOODS||PRICES|
|SMALL SHOPS||STREET MARKETS||SUGAR|
|SUPERVISORY STATUS||TAKE-AWAY MEALS||TELEVISION|
|UNITED KINGDOM||VEGETABLES||WEIGHT (PHYSIOLOGY)|
|Date of release:|
|First edition:||30 March 2011|
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|Study information and citation||UKDA_Study_6739_Information.htm||18|
By principal investigator(s):
Prior, G. et al. (2011) Exploring food attitudes and behaviours in the UK: findings from the Food and You Survey 2010, London: Food Standards Agency. Retrieved March 28, 2010 from http://www.foodbase.org.uk//admintools/reportdocuments/641-1-1079_Food_and_You_Report_Main_Report_FINAL.pdf.
Prior, G. et al. (2013) Exploring food attitudes and behaviours in the UK: findings from the Food and You Survey 2012, London: Food Standards Agency. Retrieved May 16, 2013 from http://www.foodbase.org.uk//admintools/reportdocuments/805-1-1460_Wave_2_Main_Report.pdf.
Prior, G. and Taylor, L. (2013) Food and You Wave 2: questionnaire testing report, London: Food Standards Agency. Retrieved May 16, 2013 from http://www.foodbase.org.uk//admintools/reportdocuments/805-1-1458_Food_and_You_W2_Question_testing_report_01_10_2012_FINAL.pdf
Resulting from secondary analysis: