Almost 20% of citizens declare eating more during confinement according to a report by El CoCo

 

 

 


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Do citizens eat well during confinement? At least they try. More than two weeks have passed since the state of alarm began with the crisis of COVID-19 and, although six out of ten citizens ensure to keep their eating routines, no doubt their way of buying and consuming has been affected, 9% claim to eat worse!, and, in fact, 19% claim to be eating more than before, according to a study by El CoCo on eating habits during COVID-19 confinement.

These are some of the main findings of a survey conducted by the application of food product analysis El CoCo a 1,000 people from all over Spain between 18 and 64 years on how food habits have changed during the alarm state.

 

The sales figures of the supermarkets reflect how they are doing, above all, collecting legumes and rice and pasta (they have come to triple the purchase of these products with respect to the usual amounts, according to Nielsen). But good intentions are not lacking: 27% of the population ensures that fresh products, such as salads or vegetables, are consumed, and 12% say that they try to eat healthier foods not to fatten while the state of alarm lasts.

“Fooding us well is key in any circumstances, especially now that our physical activity goes down and we must make sure we keep our body strong,” says Jean-Baptiste Boubault, CEO of El Co-Co. “The tendency, now that we all eat at home, should be to cook more and carry an even healthier diet, for ourselves and for our children: it is a great time to train and educate them in a varied and healthy diet, prioritizing the frescoes and avoiding the ultraprocessed as much as possible.” Fanfics de Harry Potter en Español

Perhaps many are not accustomed to cooking every day and for the whole family but the vast majority, 93%, are organized to cook at home despite the circumstances. Only 3% ensures decanting for pre-cooked food, and 2% order home food, either for ease and variety or for helping small trade.

In the supermarket
By solidarity and caution it is recommended to buy less of the usual ones. In this regard, 70 per cent of respondents claim to purchase perishable food once a week, and 19 per cent every two days. Overall, half of the users (48 per cent) have purchased ‘something more than they usually buy’. Especially now, online.

 

However, the pair starts to affect the manufacturing and transport processes, and only half of the respondents have found everything they were looking for at the supermarket, while 42% have had to change the usual brand in some products because they are not found in the linears.

“Although it is now more difficult to carry out, due to the circumstances of the alarm state, since El CoCo we have always preached the maximum of ‘more market and less supermarket’. Now, more than ever, using our app can be very useful to detect the healthiest products and to identify, among those with greater conservation capacity, those with better nutritional quality,” says Boubault.

Although the measures of the state of emergency are planned, for the time being, until mid-April, it seems that the Spaniards are prepared for the encierro to last longer: 78% of the users of El CoCo are of the opinion that a ‘normal life’ cannot be carried at least until May.

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Almost 20% of citizens declare eating more during confinement according to a report by El CoCo

Almost 20% of citizens declare eating more during confinement according to a report by El CoCo

Do citizens eat well during confinement? At least they try. More than two weeks have passed since the state of alarm began with the crisis of COVID-19 and, alt

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Almost 20% of citizens declare eating more during confinement according to a report by El CoCo
Almost 20% of citizens declare eating more during confinement according to a report by El CoCo

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