Family food in 2005-06: [a report on the 2005-06 Expenditure and Food Survey]
Stationery Office, May 24, 2007 - Business & Economics - 105 pages
This is the latest in a series of annual reports based on the Expenditure and Food Survey, which asks all household members above the age of seven to keep a diary of all food expenditure. The report shows trends in purchases by type of food and also converts these purchases to show energy and nutrient intakes. The increase in expenditure on food in 2005-6 was below the rate of inflation. However the most remarkable change was a substantial increase in both the purchase of fruit and vegetables and large drop in the purchase of confectionery. In spite of this there is a small increase in the energy intake per person and the intake of fats and saturated fatty acids remain well above recommended limits. As well as the overall trends the report also contains tables of geographic and demographic analysis.
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alcoholic drinks average intake Average number Beverages Carbohydrate Carcase meat cent higher confectionery Defra drink eaten drink excluding alcohol drink purchased East Midlands Eating out expenditure Eating out purchases energy and nutrient Energy excluding alcohol estimates expenditure on food Fats and oils Folate food & drink food and drink food energy fruit and vegetables grams per person highest Household expenditure household food Household Reference Person income quintile intake per person kcal lndian lntakes lowest meat and meat Milk and cream monosaccharide National Food Survey NMES Non-milk extrinsic sugars nutrient intake pence per person person per day person per week Poly-unsaturates Protein purchased for consumption reference nutrient intake Riboflavin saturated fatty acids soft drinks standard error Sugar and preserves table salt Thai meals Thiamin ticks Total all food Total cereals UK average Vegetables excluding potatoes Vitamin B6 Vitamin B6 Vitamin week unless otherwise