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What does your child usually take to school to eat and/or drink?*

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Food and drink taken to school by children in the Netherlands 2017 This statistic shows the outcome of a survey done on the food and drink taken to school by children in the Netherlands in 2017. When the respondents were asked what their child usually takes to school to eat and/or drink, roughly 80 percent indicated that their children take bread with them. Roughly ten percent of the respondents, on the other hand, indicated that their children take rice crackers with them.
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This statistic shows the outcome of a survey done on the food and drink taken to school by children in the Netherlands in 2017. When the respondents were asked what their child usually takes to school to eat and/or drink, roughly 80 percent indicated that their children take bread with them. Roughly ten percent of the respondents, on the other hand, indicated that their children take rice crackers with them.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
Netherlands
Survey time period
October 26, 2017 to November 2, 2017
Number of respondents
1,059 respondents
Special properties
parents with at least one child between 8 and 16 years old
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
* This question was phrased by the source as follows: "Wat neemt uw kind meestal mee naar school aan eten en/of drinken?"

Multiple answers were possible.

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