458,558 items of data are available, covering 210,997 participants, encoded using Data-Coding 100010
Defined-instances run from 0 to 4, labelled using Instancing 1
: Conducted in assessment centre, April 2009 to September 2010.
70,705 participants, 70,705 items
Instance 1 : On-line cycle 1, February 2011 to April 2011.
100,587 participants, 100,587 items
Instance 2 : On-line cycle 2, June 2011 to September 2011.
83,254 participants, 83,254 items
Instance 3 : On-line cycle 3, October 2011 to December 2011.
103,778 participants, 103,778 items
Instance 4 : On-line cycle 4, April 2012 to June 2012.
100,234 participants, 100,234 items
Question asked: "Did you eat any fruit yesterday?"
If the participant activated the Help feature they were shown the message:
Include fresh, frozen, dried, canned or cooked. Help section: Please include all fruit, whether eaten by itself or as part of a sweet or savoury dish (e.g. fruit pie or crumble; pork cooked with apple). Fruits recorded under cooked & dried should not be recorded individually further down the list. Small amounts of fruit that are not big enough to be counted individually, or where the precise type may be unknown (e.g. in a mixed fruit salad), please guess the total amount and record that under Mixed fruit. As canned fruit usually comes in segments or slices, please give your answer in servings rather than as whole fruit. Fruit used in a smoothie should not be recorded here. The fruit smoothie should have been recorded in the drinks section. Chocolate covered fruit (e.g. chocolate raisins) and yogurt covered fruit (e.g. yogurt coated pineapple) should not be recorded here. Instead record it under sweet snacks (several pages earlier). Dried fruit that is included with cereals such as Sultana Bran and Optivita should not be record here because it should have been recorded on the cereals page. If your fruit is not on the list, please record it under Other located at the bottom of the list.
There are no tabulations involving field 104400.
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