We are looking for males and females aged 25-55 to take part in an assisted shop for 90 minutes in Kensington about food shopping.
Please do not apply for this study if you suffer from any allergies, food intolerances or any dietary restrictions due to religious reasons as you may be asked to sample some foods during the research.
There will be a pre and post task to complete
Thursday 26th March 2015
10:30am or 12:30pm (depending on answers)
£40.00 cash + £20.00 for completed pre and post tasks.
Please answer the questions below.
Occupation of chief income earner in the household:
Who do you live with in your household?
If you have children, please tell us their ages.
Who is responsible in your household for the grocery shopping?
Which supermarket/s do you use for your main grocery shopping?
Which supermarket/s do you use for your top up shop?
Which of the following foods do you eat and purchase?
And how often do you eat them?
Which of the following statement best describes you?
I am interested in food and really enjoy cooking, I feel confident preparing meals from scratch for family and friends. I am keen to try to new recipes/ideas.
I quite like cooking but I often do not cook from scratch and tend to use some pre-prepared ingredients.
How often do you shop in an M&S Food Hall?
Please tell us which statement best describes how you feel about M&S Food:
M&S is my ‘treat’ store – I tend to use it for special occasions and wouldn’t do all of my grocery shopping there.
Whilst M&S is great for some items I tend to split my weekly shopping across M&S and a number of other stores.
M&S is one of my main food stores – I am always in there and get nearly all of my food shopping from M&S.
How often do you eat the following products from M&S:
Which of the following meat/poultry/fish ranges do you eat?
Beef roasting joint
Veal, venison, game
Fish cakes and breaded fish
Haddock, cod and other white fish
Salmon and tuna
Prawns and other shellfish
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