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Thank you for your interest in the Parents’ Jury. To help us know a little bit about the parents who make up this panel, we’d like to ask a few questions.

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About you

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About your children

It is totally up to you to define who you wish to include in terms of children aged 2-17 who are part of your household either part-time or full-time, and we encourage you to include foster children, adopted children, step-children, children of partners or co-habitees.

What are the ages of your child(ren)?*

Additional questions

To help us understand more about the members of our Parents’ Jury, and to target our media activity appropriately, we’d love you also to answer these optional questions.

Which supermarket(s) do you use for your household shopping? (Tick all that apply)

Which of these social media platforms do you regularly visit ? (Tick all that apply)

Which of the following newspapers / news sites do you regularly read or visit? (Tick all that apply)

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Children’s Food Campaign, the project behind the successful push for a sugary drinks tax, for junk free checkouts, and for universal infant free school meals, is launching a new initiative the Parents’ Jury.

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