Healthy Food Shopping Study

Healthy Food Shopping Study
Posted on 06/10/2022

SNAP-Ed is currently working with Case Western Reserve University to recruit for a new study to understand food shopping habits of SNAP recipients with children (0-17 years) living in their household. The information gathered in this study will be used to guide the development of an app to help families with children find places in their community that sell fresh and healthy foods at affordable prices, such as farmers’ markets or grocery stores.

Anyone who is interested may contact the phone number on the study flyer (216-368-7578) or email [email protected] to learn more and determine if they are eligible to complete an interview.

If an interested person is eligible to be part of the study, they will be consented over the phone and some basic contact information will be collected from them. Then, they will be given a link to a survey, which they will be asked to complete. After filling out this survey, they can be entered into a drawing to win one of two $50 Amazon e-gift cards.

Once the participant completes the survey, the study team will contact them if they are selected to complete an interview. Upon completing the voluntary one-hour interview, which will take place over Zoom, participants will receive a $30 e-gift card for their time.

 Healthy Food Shopping Study Flyer.pdf