Réduire le prix des aliments – et en taxer d’autres – peut influencer les choix des consommateurs. Diminuer le prix des aliments sains et taxer les produits malsains sont des stratégies efficaces pour inciter les populations à mieux manger, concluent des chercheurs ayant analysé les résultats de 30 études.
Cette méta-analyse est particulièrement intéressante parce qu’elle est la première à quantifier l’effet de ces deux mesures. Les auteurs ont en effet pu établir un lien chiffré entre la modification du prix des aliments et les achats des consommateurs. L’effet d’une réduction du prix des aliments sains L’analyse de 19 études a permis de constater que chaque réduction de 10 % du prix des aliments sains faisait augmenter leur consommation de 12 %.
Dans le cas des fruits et des légumes, l’augmentation atteignait 14 %. L’effet de la taxation des aliments malsains En regroupant les résultats de 11 études, les chercheurs ont calculé qu’une augmentation du prix de 10 % avait entraîné une baisse de 6 % de la consommation des aliments malsains. Des économies pour le système de santé. USDA ERS - The Influence of Income and Prices on Global Dietary Patterns by Country, Age, and Gender. Economic Research Report No.
(ERR-225) 46 pp, March 2017 by Andrew Muhammad, Anna D'Souza, Birgit Meade, Renata Micha, and Dariush Mozaffarian Worldwide changes in eating habits are contributing to a global rise in obesity and related noncommunicable diseases (diabetes, heart disease, and stroke), across all countries, including low- and middle-income. To address this issue, this report investigates how income and prices influence dietary habits globally. Errata: On March 2, 2017, the report The Influence of Income and Prices on Global Dietary Patterns by Country, Age, and Gender was revised to correct a regional country grouping covering Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Keywords: demand, diets, elasticity, food, global, income, intake, noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), nutrition, prices. Près d’1 Français sur 4 est localiste ! Impossible d’y échapper ces dernières années … Au-delà du simple panier du consommateur, le local a infusé bien des secteurs comme le tourisme, les médias, la santé, l’énergie ou encore la finance.
Comportements alimentaires. Reasons Parents Buy Prepackaged, Processed Meals: It Is More Complicated Than “I Don't Have Time” Crossref | PubMedSee all References6 Therefore, home availability of prepackaged, processed meals may contribute to poorer dietary intake.
Crossref | PubMed | Scopus (0)See all References13 therefore, parental cooking self-efficacy and meal-planning skills may be important targets for theoretically driven interventions to improve healthier eating. Crossref | PubMedSee all References20 it is important to understand the reasons why parents purchase prepackaged, processed meals and factors associated with the purchasing behaviors, in addition to the socio-demographic characteristics associated with them. This secondary, cross-sectional study adds to the extant literature by assessing multiple reasons why parents purchase prepackaged, processed meals for their families. Is taste the key driver for consumer preference? A conjoint analysis study. Effects of front-of-pack social norm messages on food choice and liking. Highlights Social norms may have stronger influence on expectations than on perceptions.
Health focused norm messages increased product choice. Descriptive norm messages increased expected saltiness, but not expected liking. Social norm messages did not influence liking nor taste perception after tasting. Abstract Social norms refer to what most people do or approve of. Young men shun products with health claims, Spanish study suggests. Researchers from the Agrifood Research and Technology Centre of Aragon (CITA) set out to examine how health claims on food products affected consumers’ willingness to purchase (WTP) at different price points.
To test this, the researchers set up a mock supermarket in an unnamed Spanish town representative of Spain’s overall demographics. They recruited 121 demographically diverse subjects, gave them each €10, and asked them to choose between different, real, varieties of breakfast biscuits. Pratiques alimentaires d’aujourd’hui et de demain (Enquête Harris Interactive) - CIV - Viande, Sciences et Société. The evolution of Australia’s eating habits, Roy Morgan Research. Powered by Translate Roy Morgan Research has conducted a study into Australia’s eating habits over the past decade, discovering a lot has changed.
Health and social determinants and outcomes of home cooking: A systematic review of observational studies. Open Access Abstract Many dietary interventions assume a positive influence of home cooking on diet, health and social outcomes, but evidence remains inconsistent.
We aimed to systematically review health and social determinants and outcomes of home cooking. Given the absence of a widely accepted, established definition, we defined home cooking as the actions required for preparing hot or cold foods at home, including combining, mixing and often heating ingredients. Predicting organic food consumption: A meta-analytic structural equation model based on the theory of planned behavior.
Abstract During the last decade, the purchase of organic food within a sustainable consumption context has gained momentum.
Consequently, the amount of research in the field has increased, leading in some cases to discrepancies regarding both methods and results. The present review examines those works that applied the theory of planned behavior (TPB; Ajzen, 1991) as a theoretical framework in order to understand and predict consumers’ motivation to buy organic food. A meta-analysis has been conducted to assess the strength of the relationships between attitude, subjective norms, perceived behavioral control, and intention, as well as between intention and behavior. Results confirm the major role played by individual attitude in shaping buying intention, followed by subjective norms and perceived behavioral control. Keywords Sustainable consumption; Organic food; Theory of planned behavior; Meta-analysis; Structural equation model; MASEM; MetaSEM. The unified model of vegetarian identity: A conceptual framework for understanding plant-based food choices.
Abstract By departing from social norms regarding food behaviors, vegetarians acquire membership in a distinct social group and can develop a salient vegetarian identity.
However, vegetarian identities are diverse, multidimensional, and unique to each individual. Diet and public health campaigns: Implementation and appropriation of nutritional recommendations in France and Luxembourg. Abstract Based on two surveys – a French and a Luxembourgish one – with in-depth-interviews, this article examines the implementation of nutritional recommendations in two European countries.
Each of them has promoted at governmental level a public health campaign regarding food consumption and daily diet. How America's diet has changed over time. Americans eat more chicken and less beef than they used to. They drink less milk – especially whole milk – and eat less ice cream, but they consume way more cheese. Their diets include less sugar than in prior decades but a lot more corn-derived sweeteners. Tacos, Tequila and More: How Multicultural Cuisine Is Influencing What Consumers Eat and Drink While Dining Out.
For many Americans, dining out is a regular part of their lives. According to Nielsen’s Global Out-of-Home Dining Survey, 35% of Americans dine away from home at least once a week, much more than global consumers (24%). But they’re not just eating while they’re out. Legal-aged adults (21 and older) are also drinking alcoholic beverages with their meals—and understanding what beverages they’re pairing with different cuisines is increasingly important. America’s multicultural landscape is growing, and flavors associated with diverse segments are driving innovation that is not only crossing over to mainstream products in stores, but also across restaurant tables and into alcoholic beverages. Drinking at the Table. ALISS - Alimentation et Sciences Sociales - ALISS Note 3. Consumers assume food must be expensive to be healthy: Study.
In five separate studies of US participants, researchers found a strong belief that healthy food must be more expensive – regardless of the evidence. The results show that marketers can have significant impact by appealing to the health and wellness trend, and that consumers may not even believe a product is healthy unless paying an above average price. Whole Food's 'whole paycheck' Portion control tools a ‘simple and inexpensive strategy’ to tackle obesity.
Experiments using calibrated tableware such as guided crockery sets, portion pots and utensil sets scored highly amongst participants in this British study, who rated their acceptance, ease of use and perceived effectiveness. Use of these tools, along with portioning serving spoons, also resulted in an increase in self-selected portion sizes for vegetables and a decrease for chips and potatoes.
The approach is the latest strategy designed to tackle weight gain from a behavioural angle in order to put in place long-term lifestyle changes and personal coping strategies to avoid overeating. Researchers from the Medical Research Council in Cambridge, UK enrolled 29 obese adults who had completed seven to 12 weeks of a community weight-loss programme.
They were asked to use a crockery set and serving spoons for two weeks each, in a crossover study design, with little contact and assistance from health professionals. Don’t supersize me. Une application pour faire les bons choix alimentaires. Explicit and implicit attitude toward an emerging food technology: The case of cultured meat. Understanding the attitudes and perceptions of vegetarian and plant-based diets to shape future health promotion programs. The types and aspects of front-of-pack food labelling schemes preferred by adults and children. Predictors of food decision making: A systematic interdisciplinary mapping (SIM) review. A nudge in a healthier direction: How environmental cues help restrained eaters pursue their weight-control goal. Changer les comportements, faire évoluer les pratiques sociales vers plus de ...
La question du changement de comportement et, plus généralement, de l'évolution de nos modes de vie est un enjeu clé de la transition écologique. Il est largement admis que le progrès technique, à lui seul, ne permettra pas d'atteindre les objectifs de réduction d'émissions de gaz à effet de serre. S'il existe un accord sur la nécessité de faire évoluer les pratiques des individus, les actions à mettre en oeuvre pour atteindre cet objectif sont plus complexes à définir.
L'objectif de cet ouvrage est de fournir des bases conceptuelles et pratiques aux acteurs qui travaillent sur le changement de comportement des individus et des ménages dans le domaine de la transition écologique. Pour cela seront présentés : Le panorama proposé permet de croiser les approches, les échelles d'action, les types d'outils et les modes d'intervention aux différents échelons territoriaux. Dining Without Doing Dishes: Almost Half Globally Eat Away-From-Home at Least Once a Week.
While today’s consumers certainly scrutinize the foods that fill their pantries, they aren’t just eating at home. In fact, eating out isn’t just for special occasions; it’s a way of life for nearly half of global respondents (48%), who say they eat at restaurants or other out-of-home dining establishments weekly or more often. Respondents in Asia-Pacific and North America are particularly avid out-of-home diners. 37% des Français disent suivre un régime / LES PRODUITS. How 'New Nordic' cuisine may be changing Finland's shopping basket. Meat sales were up a total 3% in 2015 from 2014, with the largest boom seen for poultry which grew a massive 7% year on year.
Beef consumption in Finland was up almost 3% and pork by around 2% between 2014 and 2015, according to the new balance sheet for food commodities from Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke). Patty Johnson, Global Food and Drink Analyst at Mintel said a recent press focus on low carb/ high fat diets in Scandinavia could be one reason for increased consumption of animal-based products in Finland. ScenoProt gives a preview of Northern Europe's protein preferences. 2016 Food and Health Survey: "Food Decision 2016: The Impact of a Growing National Food Dialogue"
Une application pour faire les bons choix alimentaires. L'assurance au comportement, nouvelle étape vers une co-responsabilisation des assurés ? Alors qu'en matière automobile l'idée de proposer des contrats plus avantageux à ceux qui minimisent les risques en utilisant moins leur voiture ou en prenant d'autres moyens de transport (notamment collectif) a fait son chemin depuis plusieurs années (voir ici et là), cette approche arrive assez logiquement dans le domaine de l'assurance personnelle et fait controverse.
Depuis le 1er juillet, l’assureur italien Generali propose en effet à ses clients allemands de payer moins cher leur contrat de prévoyance Vitality s’ils adoptent une meilleure hygiène de vie, vérification à l’appui - un type de contrat que Generali pourrait lancer dès l’année prochaine en France aussi. Why do people binge eat? Researchers find 'switch' neurons. Report: Millennial foodie trends vary based on gender, ethnicity. Dive Brief: Millennials make up a sizable portion of Americans who self-identify as foodies, but preferences among millennials and millennial foodies vary widely based on factors like gender, ethnicity, and geography, according to a recent study from youth marketing research firm Ypulse. While young men and women were equally likely to try a trendy food, the types of trendy foods differed.
Young men were more likely to try craft beer, beer bars, beer pairings and specialty bitters. Young women were more keen on quinoa, meals served in bowls, spiralized vegetables, and sweet and spicy foods. Geography also plays a role in millennial foodie preferences, with people from the West and East coasts, followed by Midwesterners, more like to have tried at least one trendy food compared to Southerners (88% from the West versus 79% from the South).
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Traffic light labels may improve self-control. Smaller plates may not lead teen girls to eat less, says study. British Journal of Nutrition - Abstract - Prospective associations between socio-economic status and dietary patterns in European children: the Identification and Prevention of Dietary- and Lifestyle-induced Health Effects in C. British Journal of Nutrition - Abstract - Children's and parents' health perception of different soft drinks. Yoghurt growth opportunities fuelled by global lifestyle differences, market research. Maternal employment, acculturation, and time spent in food-related behaviors among Hispanic mothers in the United States. Evidence from the American Time Use Survey.