Drink choices and options in children’s meals when eating out and about
We would like to speak to as many parents, carers, grandparents, aunties and uncles as possible to find out more about the types of drinks available as part of children’s meals and menus when eating out in the UK. The survey comprises a few short questions so should only take five minutes to complete. We do ask a few questions at the end to get a better idea of who has responded to the survey.
This survey is being carried out by Food Active, a healthy weight programme managed by the Health Equalities Group (charity number: 1110067). You can find out more about us here:
If you have any questions about the survey, please email
Which of the following best describes you? (Tick all that apply)
How old are the children in your care? (Tick all that apply)
Less than 18 months
18 months to 3 years
4-6 years old
7-10 years old
11 years and older
Please tick all the places that you have visited in the last three months with the children you care for (Tick all that apply).
Cafés or coffee shops (i.e. M&S Café or Café Nero)
Casual dining (i.e. Harvester, Wetherspoons or Hungry Horse)
Fast food (i.e. McDonalds, KFC or Burger King)
Chain restaurants (i.e. Frankie’s and Bennies or Pizza Hut)
Cafeterias (self service cafés such as IKEA Café or Morrisons café)
Dessert bars (i.e. Archie’s or KASPAS)
Bakeries (i.e. Pound Bakery or Greggs)
Café/restaurant at an attraction i.e. Zoo, Safari, Water Park, Bowling
Do you typically purchase a children’s meal when eating at these places?
Yes – always
Yes – sometimes
No – not very often
No – never
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