Consumer Attitudes Survey 2007: A benchmark survey of consumers attitudes to food issues (2007)

(July 2017)

In 2006, FSANZ commissioned TNS Social Research to conduct a baseline survey to establish the current views of Australian and New Zealand consumers with regard to overall confidence in the food supply. This overall confidence was assessed in terms of behaviour, attitudes and confidence in eating at home, eating out, labelling of food products and the organisations playing a role in the regulation and monitoring of the food supply. A total of 2000 respondents completed the survey, 1200 in Australia and 800 in New Zealand.