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NOW CLOSED UK MNers with at least one child aged 6 months + please complete a short survey for Warburtons - chance to win £250 PLUS folks needed for Warburtons panel

(19 Posts)
AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 07-Apr-14 12:47:03

We have been asked by the team at Warburtons to find out your opinion on food labelling and also ask you to sign up to a new Warburtons-Mumsnet Insight Panel.

The survey and panel are open to all UK MNers - who have at least one child aged 6 months or older - regardless of whether you currently buy Warburtons products or not!

Here's the survey:

Everyone who takes part and adds their details at the end will be entered into a prize draw where one respondent will win a £250 voucher for Amazon.

Everyone who also adds their details on the panel sign up section will be entered into a draw where two MNers who sign up will win a selection of Warburtons goodies worth up to £50.

Thanks and good luck with the prize draws!

Here's the link again:


CountessOfRule Mon 07-Apr-14 16:05:30

A little feedback...

5. Please say yes or no to each of the following questions about the new Government traffic light labelling system (eg above). The traffic light system "XXX" [need definition]

Think something weird happened there.

Also, there's an age range missing in the DCs' ages bit - 0-6m. I know we need to have at least one child older than that, but some of us have babies too.

WingDefence Mon 07-Apr-14 18:55:06


AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 07-Apr-14 19:13:03

thanks CountessOfRule

CountessOfRule Mon 07-Apr-14 19:32:03

My pleasure.


BlackeyedPetitsPois Mon 07-Apr-14 20:33:55


sharond101 Mon 07-Apr-14 21:42:04

I'd like to know the answers to the quiz like questions once the survey closes. COUld they be posted here?

ZootAlors Mon 07-Apr-14 22:31:06


ChunkyPickle Tue 08-Apr-14 08:44:58

Had trouble with which bread DCs and I prefer - since we don't really have a preference, I just buy what I fancy (brown/white/seedy/whatever) when I'm in the shop and DS just eats what he's given!

Needed an 'no preference - eat anything but that space-foil wrapped stuff that's supposed to last a week because it worries me' button

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 08-Apr-14 08:50:56

Sharon - will try!

ChunkyPickle - hmm...not sure I could squeeze that option onto the survey! smile

Jellylove Tue 08-Apr-14 10:42:20

Done - we love bread smile

TeamSwitzerland Tue 08-Apr-14 15:29:20

Done smile

GrasshopperNchipmunk Wed 09-Apr-14 14:10:22

Done. The question that asked what bread I would like to eat - I put white as thats my fav, but I actually eat wholemeal (boooo). Just wanted to point that out!

ItsMyFuckingWedding Thu 10-Apr-14 19:25:23


daisybrown Thu 10-Apr-14 23:12:06


BaronVonShush Fri 11-Apr-14 00:04:27


FourAndDone Fri 11-Apr-14 07:22:11


AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 14-Apr-14 11:04:52

Hello - thanks to everyone who responded to this one and especially to those who signed up to the panel - we hope to be in touch with you very soon.

Am pleased to say rachelinscotland is the winner of the £250 Amazon voucher.

leelo and Ilovetoread both win the Warburtons goodies!


AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 14-Apr-14 16:00:21

As requested the answers are below to the quiz questions on the survey

Which of these products do you think has the most salt per 100g?

No idea

Dextrin, dextrose and maltose are forms of...?
I don’t know

Which of the following foods do you think count towards your recommended portions of fruit and vegetables per day?
Tick all you think count.

Those in bold are not recommended

A can of fizzy fruit pop such as cloudy lemonade
Sweet potato
Root Vegetables - Parsnips, swede, Turnips
Beans & Pulses
Jelly sweets made from Natural juices
Fruit or Vegetable Juice
Fruit Jam
Grapes or Berries
No idea

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