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Italy: preferences for selected food labels in 2017, by social class

When shopping for food, do you usually choose products with at least one of the following labels?

Italy: preferences for selected food labels in 2017, by social class This statistic depicts the results of a survey conducted among Italian adult population in 2017, broken down by social class. The survey's aim was to find out the consumer buying preferences based on certain characteristics of food labels. According to the findings, a high ratio of people belonging to the upper class (82 percent) declared to buy gluten-free products, compared with only 12 percent of the respondents from the lower class. The highest share of individuals buying food products without preservatives was found in the middle-class milieu (56 percent).
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When shopping for food, do you usually choose products with at least one of the following labels?

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This statistic depicts the results of a survey conducted among Italian adult population in 2017, broken down by social class. The survey's aim was to find out the consumer buying preferences based on certain characteristics of food labels. According to the findings, a high ratio of people belonging to the upper class (82 percent) declared to buy gluten-free products, compared with only 12 percent of the respondents from the lower class. The highest share of individuals buying food products without preservatives was found in the middle-class milieu (56 percent).
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