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Distribution of the raw meat consumption in Belgium in 2014, by frequency*

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Distribution of the raw meat consumption in Belgium 2014, by frequency This statistic displays the distribution of the raw meat consumption in Belgium in 2014, by frequency. Roughly 35 percent of the respondents participating in this survey said to never eat raw meat. On the other hand, roughly one percent of the participants answered to eat raw meat every day.
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This statistic displays the distribution of the raw meat consumption in Belgium in 2014, by frequency. Roughly 35 percent of the respondents participating in this survey said to never eat raw meat. On the other hand, roughly one percent of the participants answered to eat raw meat every day.
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Release date
September 2016
Region
Belgium
Survey time period
February 1, 2014 to May 21, 2015
Number of respondents
3,061 respondents
Age group
3 to 64 years old
Special properties
individuals living in private households in Belgium, regardless of their nationality
Method of interview
Computer-assisted personal interviews (CAPI)
Supplementary notes
* Figures about the food and drink intake were collected using a repeated 24-hours food enquiry in which was surveyed what participants had consumed in the 24 hours prior to the survey. At least two of these surveys were done on two non-consecutive days on different days of the week and in different seasons. This survey was combined with a written food frequency questionnaire. In the case of children, these questionnaires were filled in by the parents.

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