The UK’s Food Standards Agency has published four reports reviewing the evidence on factors that influence food consumption behaviours. They cover interventions to reduce salt, fat and sugar consumption; public views of and influences on meat and dairy consumption; and the psychologies of food choice.
Read the full reports here:
- A rapid review of the acceptability and impact of approaches to reduce the salt, fat and sugar content of people’s diets on consumers and industry
- Psychologies of Food Choice: Public views and experiences around meat and dairy consumption
- A rapid review of the evidence on the factors underpinning the consumption of meat and dairy among the general public
- A rapid evidence review of the Psychology of Food Choice
See also the TABLE explainer How are food systems, diets, and health connected?