Consumers seem inclined to play their part in helping preserve the environment and are willing to back their personal values with their spending dollars, according to YouGov data.
Almost two thirds (64%) of consumers cited lack of exercise or physical activity as a contributing factor towards their weight gain during the pandemic.
Two-thirds (67%) of gardeners say they’ll be growing tomatoes this year.
A look at four food spending categories – fresh fruit/vegetables, dairy items, chilled ready meals, and junk food – reveals shares of people in key markets around the globe increased their consumption in each of these categories.
Data from YouGov Profiles suggests that Americans are especially interested in trying edibles (27%), meaning baked goods, chocolates, and other foods that have been infused with marijuana
Generational differences on perceptions of GMOs or “genetically modified organisms” typically added to food, for example, are increasingly apparent as certain Gen Z populations have a more favorable view of GMOs when compared with other grocery shoppers.
Shares of people in the US and Great Britain say they have been drinking more amid the pandemic, YouGov data finds, and those who have done so are more likely to be drinking alone than those who kept their alcohol intake the same over the last year.
Cheddar, American, and mozzarella come in at the top of the list.
In an assorted chocolate gift box, three in 10 Americans (29%) call chocolate-covered caramels their favorite item.
In a poll of more than 6,000 US adults, America’s favorite pizza topping is pepperoni.
Among those who are planning to watch the event, the most popular foods of Super Bowl LV will be chips and dip, chicken wings, and pizza.
As with so many of our habits right now, the way we shop has been impacted considerably by the coronavirus pandemic. How often did Americans and Brits shop for groceries over the last year?
A new survey from YouGov spanning 17 markets reveals that people prefer smaller grocery store formats to larger ones in most markets.
2020 has been a year of both challenges and opportunities for many of Mexico’s major brands and effective advertising remains key to the survival for many. But who, according to the YouGov data, has experienced the highest increase in advertising awareness over the past year?
Among US adults who drink alcohol, 23% are participating in Dry January 2021.
Across four key holiday occasions for beer brands this holiday season, beer drinkers point to Corona as the brand they intend to drink most (21%).
Westerners are 17-points more likely than Americans overall to choose tamales as a top Christmas dish.
Chocolate chip cookies hold a wide margin over their nearest rivals, with second-placed sugar cookies fourteen points behind at 64%.
YouGov measured consumer perceptions around key moments during the holiday season for beer brands.
Hot chocolate is the top choice of women, men, and adults under the age of 50.