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Grocery shopping survey

UK F&B August 2022
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In the last 6 months, inflation in the UK has risen to its highest level since 1982. This is a survey about the impact that inflation is having on the way you shop for groceries. It has 15 questions and should take around 5 minutes to complete. Thanks for your time.
Q1
Approximately how much do you spend on groceries per week right now?
Q2
Thinking back to 6 months ago, approximately how much did you spend on groceries per week?
Q3
Are you doing any of the following things to cut back on grocery spend?
Q4
How have you/your household mostly shopped for groceries during the last six months?
Q5
Has inflation changed your purchasing habits in any of the following categories?
Q6
Which supermarket do you shop at the most?
Q7
In the last 6 months, have you switched to a cheaper brand/own brand in any of the following categories?
Q8
Are there any food or drink brands in particular you will always remain loyal to, even if you could switch to a cheaper alternative? Please name them:
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Q9
How would you prefer brands to respond to the pressure of inflation?
Q10
Do you or don't you do the following things?
Q11
Which of the following foods would you eat past their expiry date if they looked, smelled and tasted fine?
Q12
On average, how many unconsumed/partially consumed groceries do you throw away at home per week? (i.e. yoghurts, pieces of fruit, bags of salad)
Q13
Please rank how much these factors influence you when choosing food or drink brands at the moment:
Q14
At the moment, do you actively try to do any of the following to be more environmentally friendly?
Q15
I would describe myself as a…
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