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Rivm_nl - 2020 - The diet of the Dutch - Results of the Dutch National Food Consumption Survey 2012-201. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 24/09/20 Consumer perception of food variety in the UK: an exploratory mixed-methods analysis. Participant characteristics Participants included 138 females and 102 males; for 1 participant, their identified gender was not assigned at birth.

BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 24/09/20 Consumer perception of food variety in the UK: an exploratory mixed-methods analysis

Gender was unknown for 2 participants. See the supplementary materials (‘Additional file 1’) for details of location, ethnicity, and occupation. Mean scores on subscales of the TFEQ-R18 were comparable to the literature, falling just below the midpoint of each subscale [24, 33]. Most participants seemed to be unaware of the study aims; when reporting their beliefs about the aim of the study, five participants made a general reference to food variety, and one participant referred to an interest in defining variety. Main results Directed content analysis showed that participants referred to six predefined categories of variety identified in the literature when presented with food photographs; dietary variety, brand variety, across-meal variety, variety between courses, variety within a single course, and variety within a single food. Food Quality and Preference Volume 82, June 2020, Consumer preference for nutrition and health claims: A multi-methodological approach.

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Food Quality and Preference Volume 82, June 2020, Consumer preference for nutrition and health claims: A multi-methodological approach

Introduction. NUTRIENTS 12/07/19 Consumer Understanding and Culinary Use of Legumes in Australia. While health benefits of legume consumption are well documented, intake is well below recommendations in many Western cultures, and little is known regarding culinary use and consumer understanding of these foods.

NUTRIENTS 12/07/19 Consumer Understanding and Culinary Use of Legumes in Australia

This study aimed to investigate consumption, knowledge, attitudes, and culinary use of legumes in a convenience sample of Australians. An online computer-based survey was used to gather data and demographic characteristics. Respondents (505 individuals answered in full or in part) were regular consumers of legumes (177/376 consumed legumes 2–4 times weekly).

Chickpeas, green peas, and kidney beans were most often consumed, and were made into most commonly Mexican, then Indian and Middle Eastern meals. Consumers correctly identified protein and dietary fibre (37%) as key nutritional attributes. WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY - AVRIL 2018 - Thèse en ligne : Consumer choices of perishable food products when applying dynamic pricing. ECONSTOR_EU - 2018 - The moderating effect on purchasing intention in the health food industry. EFSA 23/11/18 The EFSA‐funded collection of dietary and related data in the general population aged 10‐74 years in Greece. Food Policy Available online 20 November 2018 Leveraging agriculture for nutrition in South Asia: What do we know, and what have we learned? 1.

Food Policy Available online 20 November 2018 Leveraging agriculture for nutrition in South Asia: What do we know, and what have we learned?

Background In South Asia, the proportion of people living below the international poverty line ($1.90 per day) has declined significantly in recent decades, from a little over 44 percent in 1990 (500 million people) to about 15 percent in 2013 (257 million people). India (21%), Bangladesh (15%), and Nepal (15%) drive these rates; with less than 10 percent of people living in poverty in Bhutan, Maldives, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka (World Bank, 2018a). Inequality in the region remains high. The Gini index of income distribution (ranging from 0 for perfect equality to 100 for perfect inequality) hovers between 31 in Pakistan to 39 in Sri Lanka (World Bank, 2018b).

OBESITY 14/11/17 Trends in Beverage Consumption Among Children and Adults, 2003‐2014. Introduction Sugar‐sweetened beverages (SSBs) are a leading source of added sugar to the diet for adults and children in the United States 1.

OBESITY 14/11/17 Trends in Beverage Consumption Among Children and Adults, 2003‐2014

The consumption of SSBs is strongly linked to obesity 2-5, though some studies have found null results 6-8. On a given day, about half of adults and two‐thirds of children consume at least one SSB 1. In recent years, SSB consumption has begun to decline 9; however, rates of SSB consumption have remained persistently higher for racial and ethnic minorities 1, who are also at higher risk for obesity 10. Reducing SSB consumption is the focus of many public health efforts in the United States. Also critical is understanding how beverage intake has changed overall in order to identify key future areas to target, as SSBs represent only one source of beverage calories.

Methods. EFSA 01/08/18 Belgian national food consumption survey in children. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 12/01/18 Socio-demographic and lifestyle determinants of dietary patterns in French-speaking Switzerland, 2009–2012. This is one of the few studies to characterize empirically-derived dietary patterns in the French-speaking Swiss population.

BMC PUBLIC HEALTH 12/01/18 Socio-demographic and lifestyle determinants of dietary patterns in French-speaking Switzerland, 2009–2012

Three patterns were identified, and several socio-demographic and lifestyle factors were found to be associated with them. Factors associated with dietary patterns Women had higher PRRs and scores for the “Fruits & Vegetables” pattern and lower PRRs and scores for the “Meat & fries” and the “Fatty & sugary” patterns, a finding in agreement with the literature [7, 33]. These findings confirm the higher importance of diet for women compared to men, a finding also reported when assessing compliance to dietary recommendations [11]. Elderly subjects had higher PRRs and scores for the “Fruits & Vegetables” pattern and lower PRRs and scores for the “Meat & fries” pattern, a finding in agreement with the literature [33]. Being born in Portugal or Spain was positively associated with both the “Meat & fries” and the “Fruits & Vegetables” patterns.

Appetite Volume 120, 1 January 2018, A short food literacy questionnaire (SFLQ) for adults: Findings from a Swiss validation study. <div class="alert-message-container" role="alert"><div class="alert-message-body" aria-hidden="true"><span class="Icon IconAlert" style="display:inline-block"><svg fill="currentColor" style="width:100%;height:100%" tabindex="-1" focusable="false" height="24" width="24"><path d="M11.84 4.63c-.77.05-1.42.6-1.74 1.27-1.95 3.38-3.9 6.75-5.85 10.13-.48.83-.24 1.99.53 2.56.7.6 1.66.36 2.5.41 3.63 0 7.27.01 10.9-.01 1.13-.07 2.04-1.28 1.76-2.39-.1-.58-.56-1.02-.81-1.55-1.85-3.21-3.69-6.43-5.55-9.64-.42-.52-1.06-.83-1.74-.79z" fill="#f80"></path><path d="M11 8h2v5h-2zM11 14h2v2h-2z"></path></svg></span>JavaScript is disabled on your browser.

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Please enable JavaScript to use all the features on this page. Public Health Genomics. 2017;20(4):218-228. Providing Personalised Nutrition: Consumers' Trust and Preferences Regarding Sources of Information, Service Providers and Regulators, and Communication Channels. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 25/12/17 Menu-engineering in restaurants - adapting portion sizes on plates to enhance vegetable consumption: a real-life experiment. Context and design The study was conducted within the public-private partnership “Meer groente & fruit voor iedereen” (More vegetables and fruit for everyone), which was sponsored by the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs and the Fresh Produce Centre.

International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 25/12/17 Menu-engineering in restaurants - adapting portion sizes on plates to enhance vegetable consumption: a real-life experiment

PLOS 30/03/17 Dietary changes needed to reach nutritional adequacy without increasing diet cost according to income: An analysis among French adults. Abstract Objective To explore the dietary changes needed to achieve nutritional adequacy across income levels at constant energy and diet cost.

PLOS 30/03/17 Dietary changes needed to reach nutritional adequacy without increasing diet cost according to income: An analysis among French adults

Materials and methods Individual diet modelling was used to design iso-caloric, nutritionally adequate optimised diets for each observed diet in a sample of adult normo-reporters aged ≥20 years (n = 1,719) from the Individual and National Dietary Survey (INCA2), 2006–2007. Diet cost was estimated from mean national food prices (2006–2007). ANNALS OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE - 2014 - Energy and nutritional value of the meals in kindergartens in Niš (Serbia). ANNALS OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF HYGIENE - 2015 - Compliance of menus with nutritional standards in state and private kindergartens in Croatia. MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF FAMILY MEDICINE VOLUME13 ISSUE 1 JANUARY 2015 The Reasons for Consuming a Vegetarian Diet in Lebanon and the Survey of its Health Impacts.

PLOS 03/11/16 Effectiveness of Pricing Strategies on French Fries and Fruit Purchases among University Students: Results from an On-Campus Restaurant Experiment. Abstract Objectives This study examined the effect of a 10 and 20% meal price increase when choosing French fries and a 10 and 20% meal price reduction when choosing fruit for dessert on university students’ purchasing behaviour in an on-campus restaurant.

PLOS 03/11/16 Effectiveness of Pricing Strategies on French Fries and Fruit Purchases among University Students: Results from an On-Campus Restaurant Experiment

The moderating effect of gender was also investigated. Secondly, this study aimed at gaining further insight into reasons why these price manipulations did or did not change students’ purchasing behaviour. Br J Nutr. 2016 Apr;115(8):1498-507. Trends in food consumption and nutrient intake in Germany between 2006 and 2012: results of the German National Nutrition Monitoring (NEMONIT).

PLOS 05/10/16 Association of Overweight with Food Portion Size among Adults of São Paulo – Brazil. Abstract Background Although studies show that portion size affects energy intake, few have demonstrated a link between portion size and weight status, especially in free-living populations. The objective of the present study was to assess the relationship between food portion sizes and overweight in a representative population of adults of São Paulo, Brazil.

Methods Cross-sectional population-based study with 1005 adults from São Paulo, Brazil. Results. WIKIPEDIA - Tabou alimentaire. Justification et relativité des tabous alimentaires[modifier | modifier le code] Des tabous alimentaires existent, à des degrés divers, dans toutes les cultures. ENDOTEXT 08/06/15 Lifestyle Changes: Effect of Diet, Exercise, Functional Food, and Obesity Treatment, on Lipids and Lipoproteins. Nutrition Journal 2010, 9:36 Relative validation of a food frequency questionnaire for national health and nutrition monitoring. The DEGS-FFQ showed a reasonable to good agreement in ranking of participants towards their intake for most food groups compared to two 24-hour dietary recalls. The spearman's correlation coefficients for intakes measured by the FFQ and the 24-hour dietary recalls ranged between 0.15 and 0.80 with most values of 0.30 and higher.

The observed correlation coefficients were in a similar range as observed in other validation studies [15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20]. For example, a validation of the FFQ used in the German EPIC cohort showed Spearman rank correlation coefficients between the FFQ and twelve 24-hour dietary recalls between 0.14 and 0.90 [17]. Although a direct comparison is difficult because of differences in food classification, similar correlations were seen for coffee and tea, bread, salty snacks, spreads, fruits, legumes, potatoes, soft drinks, milk, cheese and processed meat. The validation study was performed in the ongoing survey NEMONIT which offered many advantages. J Am Diet Assoc. Author manuscript; available in PMC Dec 12, 2013. Competitive foods in schools: Availability and purchasing in predominately rural small and large high schools.

BMJ Open. 2013; 3(12): e004277. Do healthier foods and diet patterns cost more than less healthy options? A systematic review and meta-analysis. J Nutr Educ Behav. Author manuscript; available in PMC Mar 1, 2014. Perceptions of Healthy Eating and Influences on the Food Choices of Appalachian Youth. NIH 18/12/13 Nutritional quality of foods and beverages on child-care centre menus in Mexico. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 03/12/13 Thèse en ligne : Chefs’ perceptions of convenience food products in university food service operations.

Appetite Volume 92, 1 September 2015 The effects of nutrition knowledge on food label use. A review of the literature. ASIAN JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES - 2012 - Consumers’ Perceptions, Attitudes and Purchase Intention towards Private Label Food Products in Malaysia. PLOS 30/06/16 Beyond Wishful Thinking: Integrating Consumer Preferences in the Assessment of Dietary Recommendations. Abstract Convenience, taste, and prices are the main determinants of food choices. Complying with dietary recommendations therefore imposes a “taste cost” on consumers, potentially hindering adoption of those recommendations. The study presents and applies a new methodology, based on economic theory, to quantify this taste cost and assess the health and welfare effects of different dietary recommendations. Then, by comparison of those effects, we identify socially desirable recommendations that are most compatible with consumer preferences (i.e., that best balance health benefits against”taste cost”) and should be prioritized for promotion.

Citation: Irz X, Leroy P, Réquillart V, Soler L-G (2016) Beyond Wishful Thinking: Integrating Consumer Preferences in the Assessment of Dietary Recommendations. Editor: Pratibha V. Received: November 18, 2015; Accepted: June 16, 2016; Published: June 30, 2016 Copyright: © 2016 Irz et al. Introduction. Can J Public Health. 2016 Jun 9;107(0):5344. Retail food environments research in Canada: A scoping review. PLOS 26/05/16 Associations between Restrained Eating and the Size and Frequency of Overall Intake, Meal, Snack and Drink Occasions in the UK Adult National Diet and Nutrition Survey.

Abstract Obesity is a global public health priority. Restrained eating is related to obesity and total energy intake but associations with the eating patterns are unclear. PLOS 01/02/16 Assessing Projection Bias in Consumers’ Food Preferences. Abstract The aim of this study is to test whether projection bias exists in consumers’ purchasing decisions for food products. To achieve our aim, we used a non-hypothetical experiment (i.e., experimental auction), where hungry and non-hungry participants were incentivized to reveal their willingness to pay (WTP). The results confirm the existence of projection bias when consumers made their decisions on food products.

In particular, projection bias existed because currently hungry participants were willing to pay a higher price premium for cheeses than satiated ones, both in hungry and satiated future states. Moreover, participants overvalued the food product more when they were delivered in the future hungry condition than in the satiated one. BMC 23/11/15 Urban-rural disparities in child nutrition-related health outcomes in China: The role of hukou policy. Bivariate results. International Journal of Hospitality Management. 12/2009; Influencing factors on restaurant customers’ revisit intention: The roles of emotions and switching barriers.

PLOS 11/11/15 Food Choices and Consequences for the Nutritional Status: Insights into Nutrition Transition in an Hospital Community. IOSR JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES, TOXICOLOGY AND FOOD TECHNOLOGY - JAN 2015 - Study of Lifestyle Trends on Changing Food Habits of Indian Consumers. BMC 28/10/15 Nutrient intakes of infants and toddlers from maternal and child care centres in urban areas of China, based on one 24-hour dietary recall. Open BadgesResearch article Cheng Chen1, Liya Denney2*, Yingdong Zheng1, Gerard Vinyes-Pares3, Kathleen Reidy4, Huan Wang1, Peiyu Wang1 and Yumei Zhang1* * Corresponding authors: Liya Denney liya.denney@rdls.nestle.com - Yumei Zhang zhangyumei@hsc.pku.edu.cn Author Affiliations. BMC 18/09/15 Inverting the pyramid! Extent and quality of food advertised on Austrian television.

Research article Benjamin Missbach*, Adelheid Weber, Elke M. British Food Journal. 02/2007; Consumer perception about fast food in India: An exploratory study. ARS USDA - JUNE 2015 - AgResearch Magazine - "Quick Serve" Foods Slow To Change. When it comes to eating out and eating healthy portion sizes, knowledge is power. Agricultural Research Service-funded scientists investigated trends in portion sizes and the calorie, sodium, saturated fat, and trans fat content of popular meal combos at three U.S. quick-serve chain restaurants. They found little change in portion sizes during a period of 18 years. On a positive note, the study recorded a decline in trans fat content of French fries that followed the first local legislative ban on trans fats in restaurant foods, which was passed by New York City in 2006. The study was led by nutritional biochemist Alice H. BMC 30/05/15 An interpretive study of food, snack and beverage advertisements in rural and urban El Salvador.

In this section, we first present a general description of the advertisements, their location, and the main themes discerned. For the purposes of this analysis, we focus on just two locations–rural villages and their nearby small or secondary roads, and urban cities and their nearby principal roads. BMC 13/03/15 The association between neighborhood economic hardship, the retail food environment, fast food intake, and obesity: findings from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin.

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VOX 06/07/14 Map: Here's how much each country spends on food. When droughts or crop failures cause food prices to spike, many Americans barely notice. The average American, after all, spends just 6.6 percent of his or her household budget on food consumed at home. (If you include eating out, that rises to around 11 percent.) Rev. paul. pediatr. vol.32 no.1 São Paulo Mar. 2014 Consumption of industrialized food by infants attending child day care centers. Original Article. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 6(9): 178-182, 2012 Consumer Preference on Hypermarket Brand Extension Product.

COLORADO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE - OCT 1931 - Health and nutrition of the school child. MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY - SEPT 2013 - FINDINGS OF THE 2013 NATIONAL FOOD HUB SURVEY. INSTITUT PAUL BOCUSE - La 7ème édition du Symposium : Thème : "Eating at the Workplace" 5 juin 2014 > PROGRAMME > COMPTE-RENDU. A qualitative study of children's snack food packaging perceptions and preferences. Research article Paola Letona, Violeta Chacon, Christina Roberto and Joaquin Barnoya. PLOS 11/07/13 Health and Economic Burden of Obesity in Brazil. Food and Nutrition Sciences, 2012, 3, 942-946 Cost and Calorie Analysis of Fast Food Consumption in College Students.

PLOS 11/12/12 Food Pricing Strategies, Population Diets, and Non-Communicable Disease: A Systematic Review of Simulation Studies. JOURNAL OF FOOD & HOSPITALITY RESEARCH - JANV 2012 - Au sommaire:Variables Affecting Children's Experience of Eating at School . Nutrients 2010, 2, 60-74; Risk Factors for Overweight and Obesity among Thai Adults: Results of the National Thai Food Consumpti. International Food and Agribusiness Management Review - Volume 14, Issue 2, 2011 - Consumer Preferences for Fruit and Vegetables.