LUNCH LEADS DAYPARTS IN PORTABILITY
- Portable foods move short distances. // Food Processing (00156523);Jun2004, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p13
Provides statistical figures on the popularity of portable convenience goods in the U.S. based on the survey conducted online by Insight Express LLC. Percentage of consumers who preferred on-the-go foods for their convenience; Proportion of consumers who purchase portable convenience foods;...
- Changing dietary patterns of the young: impact of fast foods. Mahna, R.; Passi, S. J.; Khanna, K. // Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition;2004 Supplement, Vol. 13, pS134
Introduction: Catering to the needs of a swift-paced society, fast foods are becoming an integral part of the lifestyle for the younger population. Objectives: To study the food preferences and fast food consumption of the young (WHO). Methods: Dietary patterns and fast food intake of 120...
- GLOBAL GENERATION GAP. Paul, Pamela; Gardyn, Rebecca // American Demographics;Mar2002, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p18
Presents a study that determined the generational differences across international boarders. Details of the survey conducted online during July and August 2001 by research firm InsightExpress; Description of the respondents used in the study; Results of the study.
- By the Numbers. // Pest Control;Aug2005, Vol. 73 Issue 8, p18
Presents the result of the survey on pest management conducted by InsightExpress in the U.S. Percentage of U.S. mothers who say they sometimes or often keep their families indoors to avoid backyard bugs; Concern on disease-carrying mosquitoes top their summertime; Worries on sunburn, bad weather...
- Survey finds majority still prefers print over online magazines. Schwartz, Matthew // B to B;5/6/2002, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p2
Reports a survey conducted to assess the preference of readers on print and online magazines by InsightExpress LLC in Stamford Connecticut. Payments for traditional magazines; Presentation of the advertiser index; Highlights of the editorial index.
- Convenience Counts for More. // Food Management;Jun2001, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p11
Reports on the RoperStarch Worldwide survey of convenience food purchases in the United States. Factors influencing consumers' food choices; Types of convenience food products.
- Frozen frustration. Watson, Elaine // Food Manufacture;Spring2006 Supplement, Vol. 81, p13
The article highlights the results of a survey on frozen food consumption in Great Britain. Twenty-four percent of female and 40 percent of male main grocery shoppers believe frozen food is not as fresh as chilled. Twenty-eight percent of men and 18 percent of women said that frozen foods are...
- What's wrong with this picture? MacDonald, Helen Bishop // Canadian Nurse;Nov2006, Vol. 102 Issue 9, preceding p1
The article presents the results of national nutrition survey in Canada which determined the kinds of foods consumed by more than 35,000 people during the previous 24 hours. The survey revealed that 39% of men between the ages of 19 to 30 had eaten something from a fast-food outlet and only 19%...
- LOOKING UP: NEW F/S DIRECTIONS. Schruntek, Walter J. // FoodService Director;06/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p40
Comments on the way consumers in the United States are being driven by convenience in their eating decisions. History of the frozen television dinners; Action being taken by the food and foodservice industry in response to the trend; Examples of foods customized to special tastes and needs.