An opportunity to take part in a project about food choices.
As part of ongoing research into food choices, a team at Newcastle University are looking at what food and drink items people choose in a supermarket. Newcastle University is developing an online supermarket.
You must be based in the North East of England and be able to collect your shopping from Newcastle University.
You will be given an anonymous log in code for an online supermarket and a virtual budget (£25) to purchase food and drink you would buy in a normal food shop.
You will also answer some questionnaires online after you have done your shopping.
You will be asked to do this twice in a fortnight period (once per week).
In the third week, you will be asked to collect your groceries from the Agriculture Building at Newcastle University.
You can log in to the online supermarket at a time that is convenient for you - anytime between Monday 9am and Saturday 11:59pm during the weeks you are taking part.
Food collection will be from the Agriculture Building, Newcastle University.
Data collection will begin in May 2019 and end in June 2019.
When you collect your shopping you will receive £5 as a thank you for taking part, as well as your food and any change from your shopping trip.