MARKET RESEARCH – Project Shopping and Eating Habits
We are looking for people of all ages to take part in an interesting research for 2.5 hours about grocery shopping and foods.
The research will begin in your home and then you will travel to a couple of supermarkets nearby
There will be a pre-task to complete prior to the interview which will involve completing a food diary for 1 week.
We are looking to speak to lots of different people at all different life stages.
In home and an assisted shop
Monday 4th September or Tuesday 5th September 2017
£85.00 + £5 per day for the completed pre-task (£35.00 in total)
Time of interview TBA
Please answer the questions below.
Occupation of chief income earner in the household:
Working status i.e. Student, Full time working, part time working, etc.
Who do you live with at home?
If you have children, please tell us their ages.
Do you drive and are you willing to drive a supermarket locally during the interview/ Yes/No?
Which supermarkets do you use to conduct your main shopping?
Which supermarkets do you use to conduct your top-up shopping?
Which of the following best describes your attitudes towards eating healthily?
I eat healthily all the time
I eat healthily most of the time
I eat healthily some of the time
I rarely eat healthily
I never eat healthily
Which of the following diets do you follow?
None of the above
How often do you cook from scratch?
How often do you cook using jars, sauces, pre-prepared meat/fish, etc (assembly cooking)?
How often do you use ready meals or convenience meals?
How often do you have takeaways?
Which of the following types of products do you normally buy in your main grocery shop?
Fresh produce such as fruit and vegetables
Meat and fish from fresh counters
Pre=packed meats and fish
Tins, dried foods like pasta, crisps, etc
Chocolate, crisps and soft drinks
Beers, wines and spirits
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to reply to all emails or phone messages. We receive lots of responses to researches that are emailed out. You will be contacted by phone if your application is successful. However, we apologise if you do not hear from us, but please keep trying for future projects that are sent out.