The types and quantities of foods we eat are influenced by our personal characteristics and also our social and economic situations. Income and educational attainment are particularly important in determining dietary behaviour.
Using data from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey, we have created a graphic that illustrates how UK food consumption varies for population groups differing in level of income and education against the national average.
This is the latest in our series of Evidence Briefs. Find five more succinct research summaries at www.cedar.iph.cam.ac.uk/resources/evidence