Welcome to the AFMNet Consumer Monitor Website
The AFMNet Consumer Monitor Panel
The AFMNet Consumer Monitor is a longitudinal panel aimed at tracking consumer perceptions towards food, diet and health and broader attitudes and concerns with respect to food in Canada. The panel consists of a representative sample of 20,000 food consumers from across Canada, stratified to ensure statistical representativeness at the provincial level.
Consumer Monitor in the News
Please click on the images below to view preliminary results from the Ontario Food Panel’s survey on “Consumer responses to new technology for authenticity and traceability,” Survey 4 (“The Food System”), Survey 1 (“Canadian attitudes regarding the availability of “healthy” foods”), Survey 3 (“Defining Local Food”), and The Ontario Food Panel (“Consumer compliance with dietary recommendations for reducing sodium intake”).