We are looking for people aged 25-75 to take part in an online study for 2 weeks about grocery shopping.
We are specifically looking for people that do their grocery shopping in the following areas:
The online study will start on Wednesday 1st July 2015
You will be required to log on once per day at a time that suits you.
Please answer the questions below.
Occupation of chief wage earner in the household:
Who do you live with in your household?
If you have children, please tell us their ages.
Which of the following income brackets does your household income fall?
What is the highest level of education that you achieved?
Which of the following do you do regularly on your computer?
Upload photos from phone/camera
Upload video footage from phone/camera
Send and receive emails
Which of the following devices do you own?
Which of the following statements do you agree with?
I really enjoy cooking
I rely heavily on convenience products to make cooking quick and simple
I enjoy trying new foods
I don’t mind paying more for food products if I feel/see a difference
I usually buy the best product that is on promotion
I spend some time deciding which product suits me best
I am open to trying new products
I have never done my food shopping online and would never consider doing it online in the future
I have not done my food shopping online before, but I would be open to doing so in the future
I sometimes do my grocery shopping online
I regularly do my grocery shopping online
I do all of my grocery shopping online
Which supermarkets do you shop in at least once per week?
Which supermarkets do you shop in at least once a fortnight?
Which supermarkets do you shop in monthly?
Which supermarkets do you shop in rarely/for a treat/special occasion?
How often do you buy fresh fruit and vegetables in a grocery store?
If you buy organic produce, please tell us which supermarkets you buy this produce from.
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.