National Statistics

Family Food 2013

Annual report on household purchases of food and drink.

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Family Food 2013

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Food and drink purchases by UK households in 2013 - statistics notice

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Family Food 2013 - report tables dataset

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Details

‘Family Food’ is an annual publication which provides detailed statistical information on purchased quantities, expenditure and nutrient intakes derived from both household and eating out food and drink. 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 nutrient composition data for each of some 500 types of food. Current estimates are based on data collected in the ‘Family Food Module of the Living Costs and Food Survey’.

The Family Food team are always keen to get feedback from users of the report and the data. We have produced a short online survey to gather thoughts and suggestions on how we can improve our outputs. Please take a few minutes to give us your opinions at Family Food 2013 Feedback

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Published 11 December 2014
Last updated 11 December 2014 + show all updates
  1. Updated report tables dataset to fix multiple formatting issues.
  2. First published.