Researchers have provided evidence of changes in consumers’ food-related behavior during COVID-19 restrictions in Ireland.

The study, based on an online survey of 651 adults and published in the Irish Journal of Agricultural and Food Research, showed how the first pandemic lockdown in early to mid-2020 forced people to change their shopping and cooking habits.

It examines food planning, shopping, preparation and eating behavior, including stockpiling and influences on decision-making.


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