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International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 26/11/18 Influence of food preparation behaviors on 5-year weight change and obesity risk in a French prospective cohort. Rhythm-of-food - Google news lab and truth & beauty explore the rythm of food.

International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 25/08/17 The impact of financial incentives on participants’ food purchasing patterns in a supermarket-based randomized controlled trial. Supermarkets represent an important environment in which to intervene to improve population-level dietary behaviors. RCTs provide high quality data in support of causal inference, however even RCTs have limitations, particularly in the context of complex, real-world, population-level nutrition interventions [15, 16]. In the SHELf RCT, individuals in the price reduction group were approximately twice as likely to report having increased proportionate purchasing of FV in study supermarkets from baseline to post-intervention, relative to all other groups.

Qualitative comments from a prior process evaluation substantiated these findings, and suggested that these differential changes in FV purchasing were related to the financial incentive provided by the 20% price reductions [12]. SHELf is the first study, to our knowledge, to formally assess the patterning of proportionate food purchasing within the context of a supermarket-based RCT, albeit on the basis of self-reported data.

Implications. PLOS 15/08/17 Meat consumption reduction in Italian regions: Health co-benefits and decreases in GHG emissions. Abstract Introduction Animal agriculture has exponentially grown in recent decades in response to the rise in global demand for meat, even in countries like Italy that traditionally eat a Mediterranean, plant-based diet. Globalization related dietary changes are contributing to the epidemic of non-communicable diseases and to the global climate crisis, and are associated with huge carbon and water footprints. The objective of the study is to assess inequalities in health impacts and in attributable greenhouse gases-GHG emissions in Italy by hypothesizing different scenarios of reduction in red and processed meat consumption towards healthier consumption patterns more compliant with the recommendations of the Mediterranean food pyramid.

Methods We used demographic and food consumption patterns from national surveys and risk relationships between meat intake and cardiovascular and colorectal cancer mortality from IARC and other meta-analyses. Results Conclusions Copyright: © 2017 Farchi et al. PLOS 07/04/17 GPS or travel diary: Comparing spatial and temporal characteristics of visits to fast food restaurants and supermarkets. Abstract To assess differences between GPS and self-reported measures of location, we examined visits to fast food restaurants and supermarkets using a spatiotemporal framework.

Data came from 446 participants who responded to a survey, filled out travel diaries of places visited, and wore a GPS receiver for seven consecutive days. Provided by Public Health Seattle King County, addresses from food permit data were matched to King County tax assessor parcels in a GIS. Citation: Scully JY, Vernez Moudon A, Hurvitz PM, Aggarwal A, Drewnowski A (2017) GPS or travel diary: Comparing spatial and temporal characteristics of visits to fast food restaurants and supermarkets.

PLoS ONE 12(4): e0174859. Editor: Qing Song, Morehouse School of Medicine, UNITED STATES Received: October 13, 2016; Accepted: March 16, 2017; Published: April 7, 2017 Copyright: © 2017 Scully et al. Competing interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. THINKWITHGOOGLE - AVRIL 2016 - Food trends 2016. PLOS 01/03/17 The prospective impact of food pricing on improving dietary consumption: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Abstract Background While food pricing is a promising strategy to improve diet, the prospective impact of food pricing on diet has not been systematically quantified. Objective To quantify the prospective effect of changes in food prices on dietary consumption. Design We systematically searched online databases for interventional or prospective observational studies of price change and diet; we also searched for studies evaluating adiposity as a secondary outcome. Studies were excluded if price data were collected before 1990. Results From 3,163 identified abstracts, 23 interventional studies and 7 prospective cohorts with 37 intervention arms met inclusion criteria. Conclusions These prospective results, largely from interventional studies, support efficacy of subsidies to increase consumption of healthful foods; and taxation to reduce intake of unhealthful beverages and foods. Editor: Jean Adams, University of Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM Copyright: © 2017 Afshin et al.

Introduction Methods. LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE - 2013 - Do economic crises lead to health and nutrition behavior responses?: analysis using longitudinal data from Russia. Nikoloski, Zlatko and Ajwad, Mohamed Ihsan (2013) Do economic crises lead to health and nutrition behavior responses? : analysis using longitudinal data from Russia. Policy Research working paper, 6538. The World Bank, Washington, DC, USA. LSE expert's profile Using longitudinal data on more than 2,000 Russian families spanning the period between 2007 and 2010, this paper estimates the impact of the 2009 global financial crisis on food expenditures, health care expenditures, and doctor visits in Russia. The primary estimation strategy adopted is the semi-parametric difference-in-difference with propensity score matching technique. The analysis finds that household health and nutritional behavior indicators do not vary statistically between households that were crisis-affected and households that were not affected by the crisis.

VOX-CDN - JUILLET 2014 - Cartographie - Annual income spend on food. WORLD ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY - 2011 - Identifying and prioritizing factors affecting consumer behavior based on product value. Identifying and Prioritizing Factors Affecting Consumer Behavior Based on Product Value References: [1] D. I. Havkins, R.J. Best, and K. A. PLOS 21/10/14 Psychological Determinants of Consumer Acceptance of Personalised Nutrition in 9 European Countries. Abstract Objective To develop a model of the psychological factors which predict people’s intention to adopt personalised nutrition.

Potential determinants of adoption included perceived risk and benefit, perceived self-efficacy, internal locus of control and health commitment. Methods A questionnaire, developed from exploratory study data and the existing theoretical literature, and including validated psychological scales was administered to N = 9381 participants from 9 European countries (Germany, Greece, Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, the UK, and Norway). Results Structural equation modelling indicated that the greater participants’ perceived benefits to be associated with personalised nutrition, the more positive their attitudes were towards personalised nutrition, and the greater their intention to adopt it.

Conclusion Editor: Fabio Lucidi, University of Rome, Italy Received: June 17, 2014; Accepted: September 15, 2014; Published: October 21, 2014 Introduction Methods. ANNALS OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE - 2016 - Au sommaire: The nutritional awareness of functional food among university students in Poland. DANISH CENTRE FOR FOOD AND AGRICULTURE 10/02/15 UNVEILING THE SECRETS OF OUR FOOD HABITS. 2015.02.10 | Janne Hansen Prize-winning chefs create artful food that appeals to several senses. This salad was inspired by a Kandinsky painting. Photo: Crossmodal Research Laboratory New winds are blowing in the grocery store in that consumers’ perceptions of quality are changing. This is the message from Professor Klaus G. . - The consumer’s perception of quality of a food product is no longer solely based on taste, convenience and healthiness of the product.

If the product carries a story with it that exudes a feeling of truthfulness, honesty and sincerity it seems authentic. . - An example of this is related to some consumers’ perceptions of organic products. Food emotions Encouraging consumers to try out new products is a challenge, since familiarity has a strong influence on whether a product is appreciated or not. . - Our ultimate goal is to promote health and well-being of course. . - In one such experiment we produced new types of honey by adding various ingredients. Professor Derek V. BMC 30/07/15 Australian parents’ perceptions of factors that influence their children’s pork consumption: an exploratory qualitative study.

Fifty-one individuals expressed interest in participating in the focus groups. Six focus groups with 31 participants in total were completed. The reasons for interested individuals not participating in the groups included other time commitments and an inability to speak conversational English. Most participants were female and were the main food purchaser and the person responsible for food preparation in their household (Table 1). When considering only children in the target age range of 2–16 years, the median age of participants’ children was 7 years (range: 2–16 years); however due to some participants also having children who were younger or older than the target range, the median age of all participants’ children was also seven, although ages ranged from 1 to 26 years old.

Table 1. Characteristics of focus group participants A summary of the key themes and sub-themes which emerged during the focus groups are shown in Table 2 and discussed in detail below. Table 2. EAAE 2014 Congress ‘Agri-Food and Rural Innovations for Healthier Societies’ - AOUT 2014 - Impacts from Region-of-Origin Labeling on Consumer Product Perception and Purchasing Intention – Causal Relationships in a TPB based Model. J Hunger Environ Nutr. 2014; 9(4): 523–534. Where Are the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables?: A Systematic Exploration of Access to Food Stores Offering Fresh Fruits and Vegetables as Told by Midwestern African American Women.

FRESH PLAZA 07/04/15 Worldwide Consumption patterns - Chinese consume most fruit and vegetables. Worldwide Consumption patterns Chinese consume most fruit and vegetables There are clear differences in consumption patterns between countries and regions, and over the years the patterns within each country can vary wildly.

An overview over the years shows clear shifts and changes. We will look at consumer habits with twenty-year intervals, namely 1961, 1981 and 2001, followed by data from 2011. bron: ChinaThe Chinese are without a doubt the largest consumers of fresh produce. Bron: BrazilIn 1961, Brazilians ate 515 grams of fruit and vegetables, accounting for 39 percent of the daily intake. United StatesOver the years, the proportion of fruit and vegetables in the American diet remained fairly stable between 25 and 30 percent.

IndiaIn 1961, the average citizen of India consumed 199 grams of fruit and vegetables. Bron: RussiaIn the early 60s, Russia is part of the Soviet Union. Publication date: 4/7/2015. EUFIC 24/03/15 The CLYMBOL project: how health-related claims and symbols impact consumer behaviour. 24th March 2015 A cutting-edge research project comprising research institutes and communication experts across Europe has set out to study the role of health-related claims and symbols in consumer behaviour.

One of the goals of CLYMBOL is to understand how claims and symbols appear on food and drink products, in their context, and how this information can help guide consumer behaviour. In addition, a toolbox will be produced to support guidance in measuring the impact of claims and symbols on understanding, purchase and consumption behaviour. Findings will be used to design better communication activities and draw implications for policy makers and the European food industry. There are 14 partners working on the CLYMBOL project, which is more than half way through its planned four years.

It is split into six main work areas and receives partial funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration. Appetite Volume 89, 1 June 2015, What information do consumers consider, and how do they look for it, when shopping for groceries online? Open Access Highlights Using eye tracking and interviews, we study consumers' behaviour online. We further examine what consumers consider when purchasing groceries online. Consumers preferred to browse products' categories rather than use search terms.

Once on the product pages, participants paid most attention to pictures of products. We propose strategies to alert consumers to health-related information online. Abstract Previous research investigating what information shoppers seek when purchasing groceries has used either lab-experiments or observed shoppers in supermarkets. Keywords Front-of package labelling; Online grocery shopping; Label viewing; Pre-purchase information seeking behaviour Introduction Online grocery shopping is a relatively new environment that is rapidly growing in popularity.

Finding products Online grocery retailers offer consumers at least three main ways of finding products. Navigation is typically viewed as having a number of limitations. Deciding between products. EUFIC 29/05/13 The positive influence of family meals on children’s food choice. In a recent study, Dr Skafida from the Centre for Population Health Sciences and the Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (University of Edinburgh) explored why family meals lead to better food choices among children. Eating the same food as their parents was most strongly associated with healthier diets in children. Food choice issues seem to play a more important role than type and place of meal. Using a representative sample of 2,332 five-year-old children from Scotland, face-to-face interviews were conducted with the mothers of these children. The quality of a child’s diet was measured by asking mothers about their children’s consumption frequency of various food categories.

The relationship between the quality of children’s diets and meal occurrence, meal habits and meal enjoyment, was investigated. Results showed that almost all children (99%) ate one main meal. Data obtained in this study has some limitations. For further information: Rev. Econ. Sociol. Rural vol.51 no.1 Brasília Jan./Mar. 2013 Consumer behaviour towards organic food in porto alegre: an applica. Consumer behaviour towards organic food in porto alegre: an application of the theory of planned behaviour1 Alexia HoppeI; Luciana Marques VieiraII; Marcia Dutra de BarcellosIII IPhD candidate, Unisinos (Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos). E-mail: IIProfessor, Unisinos (Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos). E-mail: IVProfessor, Business School (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul). O estudo investiga o processo de tomada de decisão dos consumidores, suas atitudes e valores em relação ao alimento orgânico pelo uso da Teoria do Comportamento Planejado, adaptando a metodologia de um estudo da União Europeia.

Palavras-chaves: Alimentos orgânicos, comportamento do consumidor, survey. Key-words: Organic food, consumer behaviour, survey. 1. Organic food is defined as the product, both fresh and processed, obtained or made according to the standards of organic agriculture. The paper is organized as follows. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponses à questionsE-004905-13 Surveys of vegetarians and vegetarian products. OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS (UK) - 2010 - présentation : Living Costs and Food Survey. BLS_GOV (USA) 10/02/12 Comparing global questions and answers to results from detailed specific questions: Data on food expendit. SHINAWATRA UNIVERSITY (Thaïlande) - SEPT 2013 - CONSUMERS’ PERCEPTION TOWARD FOOD MARKET IN NONTHABURI. 13th ASEAN FOOD CONFERENCE - SEPT 2013 - The survey of consumer behaviors and needs for crispy dried-seasoned roller squid produ.

CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 13/09/13 Consumers and Food Price Inflation. BLOG WORLDWATCH 11/01/12 Citywatch: Revolting Food Trends of 2011-12. 0inShare Share By Wayne Roberts Citywatch: Whether it’s action or traction in the food world, cities are stepping up to the plate. The world is fast going urban, as are challenges of social, economic and environmental well-being. Citywatch is crucial to Worldwatch. Wayne Roberts, retired manager of the world-renowned Toronto Food Policy Council, has his eye out for the future of food in the city. Click here to read more from Wayne. Four uprisings of global significance surprised the world in 2011, and the spirit of all four will surprise those who manage the food system in 2012—which leads to my choice of year-end and year-beginning indicators that pick up the colors of these uprisings in emerging habits related to eating.

North American sales of local food topped $7 billion in 2011 thanks to the establishment of numerous urban gardens. Historically speaking, the hot link between food or farm issues and social unrest is almost axiomatic. They are all youthful and youth-led movements. International Food and Agribusiness Management - Volume 14, Issue 4, 2011 - Back to the Future? Understanding Change in Food Hab. J Food Process Technol 2012, 3:2 Potential Impacts of Food and it’s Processing on Global Sustainable Health. OCDE 17/03/11 Présentation : WEST AFRICAN FUTURES Settlement, market and food security.

CSPI - 2013 - Présentation : Do Canadians Meet Canada’s Food Guide’s Recommendations for Fruits and Vegetables? Agriculture & Food Security 2012, 1:13 Eating patterns and food systems: critical knowledge requirements for policy design and i. FSA 17/07/13 Public attitudes tracker results published. Ciênc. saúde coletiva [online]. 2013, vol.18, n.9, The influence of mourning on feeding habits and its implications for nutritio.

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BMC Public Health 2011, 11:311 Television viewing, food preferences, and food habits among children: A prospective epidemiologic. THE CRIMSON WHITE 17/01/12 A look at food, diet trends past, present and future. ALICE ROBINSON 30/03/11 15 food trends of the future…and how to experience them now (Part 1) FOOD POLICY 31/10/11 Food Prices and Trends to 2050: Implications for Human Nutrition. PHIL. TRANS. R. SOC. - 2010 - Food consumption trends and drivers.