Food Safety Surveys
The Food Safety Survey (FSS) is a nationally representative survey of consumers’ self-reported behaviors, knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs about food safety. The questionnaires are designed to measure trends in consumer food safety practices, such as hand and cutting board washing; preparing and consuming risky foods; and using food thermometers. Survey results help inform FDA’s efforts aimed at improving consumer food safety behaviors.
Health and Diet Surveys
The Health and Diet Survey (HDS) is a nationally representative survey of consumers' self-reported awareness, attitudes and practices related to health and diet issues. The questionnaires are designed to measure trends in consumer diet and health practices, such as awareness of the relationship between diet and disease; dietary management practices; and use of the nutrition facts label. Survey results help inform FDA's efforts aimed at improving consumer diet and nutrition-related knowledge and behaviors.
- 2014 Health and Diet Survey: Topline Frequency Report
- 2008 Health and Diet Survey: Topline Frequency Report
Other Surveys and Research
- Consumer Research on Dietary Supplements
- Consumer Research on Foodborne Illness
- Consumer Research on Infant Formula and Infant Feeding
- Consumer Research on Labeling, Nutrition, Diet, and Health
- Experimental Study of Carbohydrate Claims on Food Packages Analysis Report
- Overview and Methodology of FDA Food Label and Package Survey (FLAPS), 2006-2007
- Overview and Methodology of FDA Food Label and Package Survey (FLAPS), 2000-2001
- Keystone Forum Documents on Away-From-Home Foods
- Calories Count - FDA Obesity Working Group Report and Related Information