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An adequate amount of exercise and a balanced diet are the basis of maintaining a healthy body. Most shoppers have an idea of what a healthy diet consists of. Choosing and identifying the right products in a supermarket may however not always be as easy. Nutrition labelling and healthiness of food have again been discussed widely in the media this year. It is under debate whether food manufacturers should take more responsibility in helping shoppers make more informed choices, and if a single nutrition labelling system should be adopted. Making healthy choices however also depends on the attitudes and perceptions of shoppers.
In our Health & Wellbeing 2012 report we explore shoppers’ attitudes to health and healthy eating, nutrition labels and how healthy shoppers are in their own opinion. We also provide an overview of the drivers of buying healthy products and present possible gender differences and examine how shoppers decide whether a product is healthy. To conclude the report, we look at shoppers’ perception of the cost of healthy foods and identify the importance of taste, price and healthiness when choosing products.
Our Health & Wellbeing 2012 report covers the following topics:
-Shoppers’ attitudes to health and healthy eating
-How healthy shoppers are in their own opinion
-What shoppers perceive as healthy eating
-Shoppers’ understanding of healthiness of products
-Exercise habits of shoppers
-Special dietary requirements of shoppers
-Drivers for buying healthy products
-How shoppers decide whether a product is healthy
-Shoppers’ perception of the cost of healthy foods and whether it’s worth paying more for
-Price expectations of healthier options
-Shoppers’ attitudes to healthy options
-How shoppers choose different categories in relation to price, taste and healthiness overall and in different categories
The report will also provide comparison with the results of our Health report from 2011 and highlight any possible development or changes in shoppers’ perceptions, attitudes and behaviour in relation to health and wellbeing.