Sugar Smart Survey

Question 1

On a scale of 1 –5 how concerned are you about the amount of added sugar in food and drink.

(1 = not concerned at all 5 = very concerned)

Question 2

What effects are you concerned about (tick all that apply)

Question 3

How often do you eat/ drink the following

Rarely or NeverOnce a week or less2 to 3 days a weekon most days/ every day
Fizzy drink, smoothie or flavoured milk drink (not including diet or sugar free drinks) - can, bottle, carton or glass
Pure fruit juice or homemade smoothie (no added sugar) - glass or carton
Tea, coffee or hot chocolate sweetened with sugar or honey (don’t include drinks without added sugar) - cup
Squashes or cordials (diluted with water) or fruit drinks (not including diet or sugar free) - glass, bottle or carton
Sweets or chocolate - regular sized packet or bar
Cake, pastries or pudding - slice or portion
Biscuits or cookies - individual biscuits or cookies
Question 4

Does the amount of added sugar in products influence what you buy?

Question 5

Do you agree/ disagree that it would be a good idea to introduce the following initiatives in Bath and North East Somerset:

Strongly agreeTend to agreeNeither agree or disagreeTend to DisagreeStrongly disagree
Ask businesses and organisations to make healthy food more available and more prominent
Ask businesses and organisations to make healthy food and drink options more affordable
Ask businesses and organisations to provide fewer price promotions on high sugar foods and more on healthier food
Ask businesses and organisations to make high sugar food and drinks more expensive to buy e.g sugar tax
Ask business and organisations to remove high sugar items from check out areas
Provide people with information and advice to help them take practical steps to reduce their sugar intake (i.e. reading labels / making sugar swaps/ spotting hidden sugars etc.)
Provide support for people to cook healthier food
Provide clearer information on how sugar affects health (i.e. weight, diabetes, mood and behaviour, oral health)
Ask schools to take action to limit sugary items being sold in school
Ask schools to take action to limit sugary items being brought into school
No action should be taken
Question 6

Would you like to be involved in helping make Bath and North East Somerset Sugar Smart?
(i.e. sharing messages on social media, supporting an organisation to get involved etc.)

If you are interested in getting involved please leave your name and email address and the Sugar Smart team will be in touch:

The next set of questions are designed to be used alongside the responses to the rest of the survey to help the Council check whether we are operating fairly.

Question 7
Question 8
Question 9
Question 10

Are your day to day activities limited because of a health problem or disability which has lasted, or is expected to last, at least 12 months? Please tick one box only

Question 12
Question 13
Prize draw

If you would like to be entered into our Prize Draw* please provide your name and email address below.

*Prizes include

  • 1 X family ticket to Bath City football match
  • 1 X 1 month free gym membership (Better Leisure )
  • 1 X round of golf (Better Leisure)
  • 1 X family swim vouchers (Better Leisure )
  • 1 X Riverford organic veg box
  • 1 X Rose Holistic Treatments Voucher (£20)

Winners will be drawn at random from all entries submitted before 1st October 2017. Terms and conditions apply.