Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has published the latest results of its ‘Food in Scotland’ survey, measuring changes in Scotland's attitudes, behaviours and knowledge in relation to food over time.
The survey is undertaken biannually, with alternating modules focussing on food safety and authenticity, and diet and nutrition, each running once a year. The survey draws from a representative sample of over 1,000 people living in Scotland.
The current survey focused on diet and nutrition. The survey was conducted between 3 and 17 July 2020, during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, so also includes new questions exploring COVID-19 and its impact in relation to diet.
Source: FSS, 7 October 2020