The National Diet and Nutrition Survey Rolling Programme (NDNS RP) is a continuous cross-sectional survey, designed to assess the diet, nutrient intake and nutritional status of the general population aged 1.5 years and over living in private households in the UK. Boosted samples were gathered in Years 1-4 (2008/09-2011/12) and Years 6-9 (2013/14-2016/17) in order to achieve representative data for Northern Ireland and enable comparisons to be made with UK results.
This dataset contains the results of a survey carried out by Ipsos MORI in March 2021. UK consumers were asked questions about their consumption patterns, handling, cooking and storage habits with respect to coated frozen chicken products.
This was a randomised cross-over trial that investigated whether common extrinsic factors, such as exercise and sleep deprivation can modulate the threshold of responses to allergenic foods in a representative group of adults from the peanut allergic population.
This model was generated as part of FSA-funded research project FS301062. The model includes a collection of thermal stability data on Hepatitis E virus (HEV) in the published literature and generated by the contractors. The model uses these data in different matrices such as food, saline and plasma to predict the impact of different time-temperature treatments on HEV titres. The model is constructed in R, and uses a Shiny app within RStudio.
Research to gather evidence from consumers in Northern Ireland about their understanding of retail food labelling information when purchasing food, how this influences their behaviour, and their concerns and priorities around labelling information.
Appendices for the "What is the burden of AMR genes in selected ready to eat foods?" report.
This study estimated the diversity of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) genes in 52 simple ready-to-eat (RTE) foods, including milk, tomatoes, bananas, cheese, and ham.