The COVID-19 pandemic, as everyone is undoubtedly experiencing, is changing many aspects of our day-to-day lives, including the way we eat. In light of these changes, researchers from Grenoble Ecole de Management are part of a consortium of international colleagues (led by the University of Antwerp) that seeks to explore how these changes impact the ways in which people engage with food and food-related media. In total, 30 countries are involved in this joint project, one of them being France.
In order to share insights from France and to develop measures for improving access to food, please kindly complete a short survey, and share it with your friends and relatives residing in France. The survey can be completed in French or English. The leading institution, the University of Antwerp, will donate €1 per completed survey to the Global FoodBanking Network*, who are requesting donations to help people in need of food worldwide.
The aim of this study is to understand the relationship that populations have with food, with cooking and with food related media, during times of crisis, in order to better understand and to facilitate access to food for all, explains Robert Mai, Expert in Consumer Decision Making and Implicit Cognition at Grenoble Ecole de Management
Thank you very much for your participation and stay healthy!
*For each person that completes the survey, the University of Antwerp, will donate €1 to the Global FoodBanking Network whose mission is to promote access to food worldwide (they will use their personal research budget; the reserved amount of which is limited to €3,000).