section 4 eating out of home

Information about section 4 eating out of home

Published on December 30, 2007

Author: Elodie

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Slide1:  National Food Survey Island of Ireland Report A Presentation Commissioned Jointly By: An Bord Bia Intertrade Ireland FSIP/Invest NI October 2005 By BE/NH S5-063 Slide2:  SECTION 4: Eating Out of Home Eating Out of Home – Summary :  Eating Out of Home – Summary Almost 1 in 4 eating out more often than not during the week in NI. British favour a pub/bar as a venue to eat out more highly than NI and ROI, with NI favouring a café/coffee shop highly. Fish and chip shop and Chinese restaurant used most frequently across the NI, ROI, and Britain for takeaway meals. Chinese and Fish & chip shops most popular in NI and ROI. 1 in 8 eating meals in car weekly + with 1 in 3 eating in work on a weekly + basis in NI and Britain – slightly lower in ROI. Frequency of eating in car daily higher amongst males, 15-24. Similarly frequency of eating at work is highest amongst males and the 25-34 age cohort. ROI eat in the canteen, British workers eat at their desks, while NI eat in a staff room or outside on a bench or wall. Incidence of Eating Out More Often in the Evening During the Week:  Incidence of Eating Out More Often in the Evening During the Week Island of Ireland Northern Ireland Britain Republic of Ireland Yes Yes Yes Yes Q. Do you find that you are eating out during the week more often or not? Almost 1 in 4 eating out more often during the week in NI. (Q.12a) Factors Influencing Decision to Eat Out More During Week - Summary:  Factors Influencing Decision to Eat Out More During Week - Summary (Base: All that eat out during the week) IOI NI ROI Britain Yes Too tired to make something at home. Just feel like a treat/something different. Chance to meet with friends/catch up. More choices of places to eat out locally. Chance to meet with friends/catch up. Working day is longer. Too tired to make something at home. Length of time spent commuting to/from work. Too tired to make something at home. Just feel like a treat/something different. More choices of places to eat. Chance to meet with friends/catch up. Chance to meet with friends/catch up. Just feel like a treat/something different. More choices of places to eat locally. Cheaper to eat out nowadays than it used to be. Yes Yes Yes Factors Influencing Decision to Eat Out More During the Week:  Factors Influencing Decision to Eat Out More During the Week IOI NI ROI Britain (Q.12b) (Base: All who eat out during the week) ROI suggest tiredness as main influencing factor when eating out, while British tend to eat out as a treat for the kids and are least likely to blame a longer working day or commute. Food Service Categories:  Food Service Categories Fast food – quick convenience food e.g. McDonalds, Burger King, Supermacs, Abrakebabra, local chipper) Premium fast food outlet – convenience food that has more significant food values, good value convenience food e.g. (Eddie Rockets, TGI Fridays, some takeaways). Middle of the road restaurants – broad category of food outlets, consisting of a mix of different styles e.g. Chinese, café style, pub grub, hotel restaurants, pizzeria Upmarket restaurant – focus on a combination of premium, food, great ambience and premium price – i.e. expensive, good quality food Premium restaurant – highly exclusive restaurants, money no object Frequency of Visiting Food Service Outlets:  Frequency of Visiting Food Service Outlets (Base: All adults 15+) % Weekly + % Monthly + IOI NI ROI Britain (Q.10) NI has lower incidence of visiting any food service outlet – more likely to visit premium fast food. Meals Eaten Out in the Last 7 Days – Summary I:  Meals Eaten Out in the Last 7 Days – Summary I Pub/bar 28% Other restaurant 13% Fish & chip shop 8% Hotel 8% Other café/ coffee shop 8% Meals or snacks on the premises of a pub/restaurant/fast food restaurant/coffee shop (Q.6/7) Incidence last 7 days: Frequency: Venue chosen: Amount Spent: Food: €21 Drink: €9 Pub/bar 25% Other café/coffee shop 14% Hotel 10% Café/restaurant in a store 10% Food: £15 Drink: £7 Pub/bar 29% Other restaurant 14% Fast food outlet 8% Hotel 8% Food: €21 Drink: €8 Pub/bar 40% Burger house 14% Pizza place 9% Café restaurant in a store 8% Other café/ restaurant 8% Food: £16 Drink: £7 IOI NI Britain ROI 2.3 2.4 1.9 2.2 British favour a pub/bar as a venue to eat out more highly than the NI and ROI, with NI favouring a café/coffee shop highly. Meals Eaten Out in the Last 7 Days – Summary I:  Meals Eaten Out in the Last 7 Days – Summary I Fish & chip shop 34% Chinese restaurant 25% Other fast food outlet 7% Take-away meals eaten off the premises where they were prepared but eaten out of your home (Q.6/8) Incidence last 7 days: Frequency: Venue chosen: Amount Spent: Food: €13 Drink: €7 Fish & chip shop 30% Chinese restaurant 30% Indian restaurant 10% Pizza place 10% Food: £10 Drink: £5 Fish & chip shop 36% Chinese 22% Other fast food outlet 10% Food: €13 Drink: €6 Fish & chip shop 29% Chinese 20% Pizza 14% Burger house 13% Food: £12 Drink: £4 IOI NI Britain ROI 2.0 2.2 1.7 1.9 Fish and chip shop and Chinese restaurant used most frequently across the NI, ROI, and Britain for takeaway meals. Meals Eaten Out in the Last 7 Days – Summary III:  Meals Eaten Out in the Last 7 Days – Summary III Chinese restaurant 47% Fish & chip shop 18% Pizza place 12% Meals or snacks delivered to your home (Q.6/9) Incidence last 7 days: Frequency: Venue chosen: Amount Spent: Food: €20 Drink: €7 Chinese restaurant 37% Fish & chip shop 27% Indian r.ant 12% Pizza place 11% Food: £12 Drink: £5 Chinese restaurant 52% Fish & chip shop 14% Pizza place 13% Food: €20 Drink: €7 Chinese restaurant 36% Pizza place 24% Indian r.ant 22% Food: £15 Drink: £3 IOI NI Britain ROI 1.5 1.6 1.4 1.6 Chinese and Fish & chip shops most popular in NI and ROI. Who is Eating Where?:  Who is Eating Where? Meals for snacks on the premises of a pub/restaurant Takeaway meals eaten off the premises where they were prepared Meals or snacks delivered to your home 15-24 Single household IOI NI Britain ROI 15-24 Single household 55-64 Single household 15-24 Belfast 15-24 C2 Belfast East of Ulster 45-54 DE West of Ulster 15-24 Single household 55-64 Single household 55-64 Dual household 45-54 Dual household 15-24 3+ household 55-64 Single household DE Frequency of Eating in Car/at Work (Excluding Sweets and Chocolate):  Frequency of Eating in Car/at Work (Excluding Sweets and Chocolate) Daily (6) Less often (1) Average Weekly (4) Monthly + (3-2) (Q.12c/d) Several times a week (5) (Base: All adults 15+) Never Monthly Monthly Monthly Weekly Weekly Weekly 1 in 8 eating meals in car weekly + with 1 in 3 eating in work on a weekly + basis in NI and Britain – slightly lower in ROI. In the car At work Monthly Weekly Frequency of Eating in Car x Demographics (exc. Sweets and Chocolates) - IOI:  Frequency of Eating in Car x Demographics (exc. Sweets and Chocolates) - IOI Daily + (6) Never Weekly (4) Monthly + (3-2) (Q.12c) Several times a week (5) (Base: All adults 15+) Less often (1) Total Sex Age Average Monthly Main shopper Full time/ Part time Frequency of Eating in Car x Demographics (exc. Sweets and Chocolates) - NI:  Frequency of Eating in Car x Demographics (exc. Sweets and Chocolates) - NI Daily + (6) Never Weekly (4) Monthly + (3-2) (Q.12c) Several times a week (5) (Base: All adults 15+) Less often (1) Total Sex Age Average Monthly Main shopper Full time/ Part time Frequency of eating in car daily higher amongst males, 15-24, and full-time workers. Frequency of Eating at Work x Demographics (exc. Sweets and Chocolates) - IOI:  Frequency of Eating at Work x Demographics (exc. Sweets and Chocolates) - IOI Never Weekly (4) Monthly + (3-2) (Q.12d) Several times a week (5) (Base: All adults 15+) Less often (1) Total Sex Age Average Monthly Main shopper Full time/ Part time Daily + (6) Frequency of Eating at Work x Demographics (exc. Sweets and Chocolates) - NI:  Frequency of Eating at Work x Demographics (exc. Sweets and Chocolates) - NI Daily + (6) Never Weekly (4) Monthly + (3-2) (Q.12d) Several times a week (5) (Base: All adults 15+) Less often (1) Total Sex Age Average Monthly Main shopper Full time/ Part time Frequency of eating at work highest amongst males and the 25-34 age cohort. Location (Most Often) for Eating in Workplace:  Location (Most Often) for Eating in Workplace (Base: All Adults 15+) % eat more than twice monthly Yes (Q.12e) ROI eat in the canteen, British workers eat at their desks, while NI eat in a staff room or outside on a bench or wall. % Location of Eating NI 34% ROI 29% Britain 32% IOI IOI NI ROI Britain Frequency of Eating Various Food Types – I:  Frequency of Eating Various Food Types – I (Base: All grocery shoppers) (Q.44a) PREPARED IN HOME – IOI NI ROI Britain * * * * * * * Italian and BBQ food prepared more frequently at home. British much more likely to prepare Italian, Chinese, and Indian cuisine at home. % Weekly+/Every Couple of Months Frequency of Eating Various Food Types – I:  Frequency of Eating Various Food Types – I (Base: All grocery shoppers) (Q.44a) PREPARED OUT OF HOME – % Weekly+/Every Couple of Months * High incidence of consuming Chinese food out of home across all regions. Indian food much more popular in Britain. * IOI NI ROI Britain Change in Frequency of Eating Different Types of Cuisine – I:  Change in Frequency of Eating Different Types of Cuisine – I (Base: All who eat each food type) Increased (Q.44b) Decreased Italian BBQ Food Chinese Indian NI and ROI consumers catching up gradually on the British in terms of eating Italian, Chinese, and Indian cuisine. Change in Frequency of Eating Different Types of Cuisine – II:  Change in Frequency of Eating Different Types of Cuisine – II (Base: All who eat each food type) Increased (Q.44b) Decreased French Mexican Thai Vietnamese % eat Among all adults 15+ Consumption of Mexican food and Thai food has increase in NI and ROI.

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