Italy: breakfast food products consumed by primary school population 2017

This chart displays the breakfast food products consumed during school days among the primary school population in Italy in 2017. As of the survey period, 54.5 percent of respondents had cookies, while 28.1 percent of them had cereals and 18.3 percent ate sweet snacks. Lastly, 2.1 percent of asked children between six and eleven years old had nothing to eat for breakfast.

Breakfast food products consumed during school days by primary school population in Italy in 2017

Share of respondents
Cookies54.5%
Cereals28.1%
Snacks18.3%
Bread or rusks with butter and/or marmelade17.7%
Homemade cakes16.6%
Yogurt9.5%
Fruit7.4%
Other4.8%
Salty foods (eggs, cheese, ham)2.4%
Pizza, crackers, breadsticks2.1%
I eat nothing2.1%
Fries0.7%
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Source

Release date

August 2017

Region

Italy

Survey time period

May 18 to June 6, 2017

Age group

6-11 years

Method of interview

Computer-assisted web interviews (CAWI)

Supplementary notes

Two answers were possible.

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