Work package leader: University of Surrey

To assess and identify the gaps and needs of in situ and real-time consumer-generated data on food preparation behaviour and lifestyle at home and out-of-home (what is prepared by who, where, when, how and why).

The tasks include:

  • To identify relevant types of preparation data and data collection methodologies, including related lifestyle data.
  • To define quality criteria for the data and/or methods and apply these to the results of the inventory
  • To assess future needs and opportunities that fill the current data gaps in food preparation behaviour and that advance data quality
  • To derive implications for the design of the RI Consumer Data Platform.

Outputs:

D6.1 Inventory of types of consumer-generated food preparation data and data collection methodologies

D6.3 List of quality criteria

D6.5 Report on gaps and needs