Do you want to buy some food?

Newcastle University launch “NU-food Online Supermarket” research project.

Newcastle University is developing an online supermarket. Each participant will receive a £25 virtual budget to spend in the NU-food online supermarket. A requirement for participation is that you must be able to collect your shopping from Newcastle University. Once you collect your shopping, you will receive £5 in recognition of the time you dedicated to this research, plus your food, and as well as any change in cash from your shopping trip.

Your participation will involve doing two online shopping sessions choosing food and drink you and those you usually buy for, would normally consume and answering some questions. This can be done in your own time and wherever is convenient to you, within a two week period.

More information is in this document: Volunteer Information

The information you provide on the next page is collected purely for recruitment purposes, and will not be distributed to anyone else outside the research team. Any unused information will be destroyed as soon as the recruitment is completed.

Should you need more information, contact us at

e-mail: participation1@newcastle.ac.uk

telephone:  0191 2083594

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