Does calorie labelling on alcoholic beverages have an impact on social drinkers? Help us find out

Volunteers needed for a new study exploring the relationship between different ways to relay calorie information and drinking behaviour in the UK.

In March 2018, the alcoholic beverage industry submitted a proposal regarding nutritional information on alcoholic drinks to the European Commission. Regulation of alcohol labelling in the UK is primarily governed by the EU, however, this may change after Brexit. With the current obesity epidemic, the UK government has already improved labelling on food and drinks to help individuals make healthier choices. This has not yet extended to alcoholic beverages.

The aim of this research study is to understand individuals knowledge around calories in alcoholic drinks and explores which type of calorie labelling is the most effective.

Who can take part

We are looking for adult (over 18) volunteers who:

  • are social drinkers
  • live in the UK

What you'll get

Participants will be entered into a prize draw with the chance of winning £25.

What's involved

Taking part in this study is easy. You simply need to fill out a 20-minute questionnaire.

Responses will be collected until 14 February 2019.

Take part in this study

If you would like to sign up for this research or have any questions, please get in touch with the researcher.