Family Food – A Report on the 2006 Expenditure and Food Survey
- Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs – DEFRA
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
'Family Food – A Report on the 2006 Expenditure and Food Survey' is the source of detailed statistical information on the purchases, expenditure and nutrient intakes derived from both food and drink consumed within both the household and whilst eating out. Data is collected for a sample of households in the United Kingdom using self-reported diaries of all purchases, including food eaten out, over a two week period.
Where possible, quantities are recorded in the diaries but otherwise estimated. Energy and nutrient intakes are calculated using standard profiles for each of some 500 types of food. Current estimates are based on data collected in the Expenditure and Food Survey, estimates for 1940-2000 are based on data from the National Food Survey.
Chapter 1 – Executive Summary
Chapter 2 – UK Trends in Purchases and Expenditure
Chapter 3 – UK Trends in Energy and Nutrient Intakes
Chapter 4 – Geographic Comparisons
Chapter 5 – Demographic Comparisons
Chapter 6 – Key Trends Informing Policy Makers
Chapter 7 – The Family Food Committee
Chapter 8 – Development Issues
Chapter 9 – Links to Family Food Datasets.
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