Clinical Trial

Consumer Perceptions of Milk Beverages

Study Description

Consumer Perceptions of Milk Beverages

The objectives of this study are to: 1. Investigate and describe perceptions of nutrient content, including calories, of plant-based milks and dairy milks without food labels (ie., no Ingredient or Nutrition Facts label) and how this impacts consumption choice. 2. Determine understanding of nutrient content, including calories, of plant-based milks and dairy milks after given access to food labels (ie., Ingredient or Nutrition Facts label) and how this impacts consumption choice. 3. Assess influence of age, gender, economic status, and race/ethnicity on results.

Location

Locations Selected Location

Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Behavioral - Assess opinons on the milk beverages

Questionnaires and consumption behaviors of dairy and non-dairy milks, including whole, 2% fat, 1% fat, skim, unsweetened almond, sweetened almond, unsweetened coconut, sweetened coconut, unsweetened soy, sweetened soy, unsweetened rice, and sweetened rice.....

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Determining Perceptions of 'Milk': Investigating Consumer Understanding of Dairy Milk and Plant-based Milk Alternatives

Clinical Trial ID

NCT04272749

ParticipAid ID

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