This survey is distributed as part of a study run by Food Technology department at Harper Adams University in collaboration with the department of Islamic Studies at the University of Leeds.
We would like to invite you to participate in an online questionnaire, which is about gauging people’s attitude towards new foods, the consumption of meat, and people’s interest and thoughts, and willingness to consider alternative dietary proteins in their own diet. This particular version of this study specifically investigates any cultural and religious influences associated with Islamic culture towards alternative dietary proteins.
Your input will greatly enhance our understanding of people’s attitude towards the continuously increasing drive towards producing new foods (including proteins from non-animal sources), people’s food choices and the influence that environmental factors and health have on food choices.
Participation is entirely voluntary and all responses are collected anonymously. Most people take about 15 minutes to complete the survey, however it might take a little longer.
In order to participate, all you have to do to get to the survey is to follow the link below:
We would be very grateful if you were willing to take part in this survey, and would encourage you to help in disseminating this survey as wide and far as possible throughout the Islamic communities in the UK.
Your time and effort are very much appreciated.