Are you interested in using an app to help you buy healthier foods when shopping?
The SwapSHOP Study
Oxford University researchers have developed a smartphone app that can help shoppers to buy healthier foods at the supermarket. This app will allow you to scan food product barcodes across leading UK supermarkets to track your food purchases.
In this study, we want to test if this app works as intended and if you found it easy to use and helpful to support you to make changes to the foods you buy.
The study will take 6 weeks and will involve you scanning the supermarket foods you buy.
You will be reimbursed for your time.
You may be eligible if you:
- Are aged over 18 years
- Would like support to improve your diet
- Own a smartphone (Android or iOS) with access to the internet and email
- Are willing to download and use a smartphone app to scan and track your supermarket food shopping
- Are responsible for at least some of your household grocery shopping and regularly shop in Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Asda, Morrisons or Iceland (e.g. at least once a week in a physical store).