Information from the National Food Survey has been released as open data
« A treasure trove of data showing how the UK’s relationship with food has changed over three generations opened today, announced Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss.
The National Food Survey, set up by the wartime government concerned about our health and access to food, has been running in some form since 1940. For more than 70 years households have been filling out diaries of their weekly food and drink purchases to create national estimates of the types and quantities of food we buy and eat. » (…)