Reported daily eating habits of children in Wales 2015, by gender

This statistic displays the reported daily eating habits of children, by gender in Wales (United Kingdom) from January to December 2015. In this period, 63 percent of boys and 65 percent of girls ate fruit on a daily basis.

Share of the reported daily eating habits of children in Wales in 2015, by gender

BoysGirls
Fruit63%65%
Vegetables52%52%
Sweets31%32%
Chips6%6%
Potato crisps18%18%
Skimmed or semi-skimmed milk59%65%
Full fat milk29%22%
Low sugar soft drinks14%13%
Soft drinks7%8%
Water73%76%
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Source

Release date

September 2016

Region

United Kingdom (Wales)

Survey time period

January to December 2015

Number of respondents

2,103*

Age group

4-15 years old

Method of interview

Questionnaire and personal interview

Supplementary notes

* Unweighted bases:
n (boys)=1,052
n (girls)=1,051

The source provides the following information:
- bases vary: those shown are for the whole sample of children aged 4-15.

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