In April we launched the first international #CoronaCookingSurvey and had over 27.000 people participate. In the meantime, the coronavirus hasn’t showed any signs of stopping and impacting our lives, which is why we’ve decided to continue as well!
More than six months later, how has COVID-19 continued to affect the way we approach and perceive food, from grocery shopping, cooking and eating, to even how we interact with others through food and media surrounding food? These are the questions we want to know the answers to in this second phase of our research.
Whether you’re a returning participant and fan, or you’ve just heard of our project – we’d love to hear about your experiences with food during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic!
#CoronaCookingSurvey is a spontaneous research project initiated by the Food, Media & Society (FOOMS) research team at the University of Antwerp.
It all started out of curiosity. Does COVID-19 influence the way people currently eat and cook? How?
More and more people are starting to cook and bake or try out their bread baking skills, for instance. Could there be more similar trends on the rise right now? That is how the project was brought to life.
Are you an academic researcher interested in this project and want to add your country to our list? We’re still welcoming new members to our project!
We’ll set you up with everything you need to start your own survey and look forward to results from your country. You can find all the information on collaborating with us below.