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Data from an online survey on lentil consumption practices in France in 2022

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In a context of transition towards plant-based protein diet, a survey aiming to collect the lentil consumer practices in France in 2022 was performed. There were 607 responses to the survey, of which a large majority (556) were lentil consumers. Amongst those, 283 people indicated that they currently eat more lentils than 5 years ago. The questions were related to type of lentil meals, frequency of consumption, type of preparation, storage duration once cooked etc. (Table 1). There were also general questions on age, gender and region. The survey may be used to obtain information on what type of lentils is consumed (and how often) in France, how it is cooked and stored. This information may be then plugged into a food safety risk assessment to refine, for instance, a microbial exposure model. In particular, of the 21 questions asked, four were about possible leftovers and their duration and two about cooling practices for hot meals. This information is crucial for lentils because consumer information about legumes, especially those prepared at home, is still scarce.
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hal-03798490 , version 1 (05-10-2022)

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Aïssétou Lounayo Yabré, Jeanne-Marie Membré. Data from an online survey on lentil consumption practices in France in 2022. Food and Ecological Systems Modelling Journal, 2022, 3, pp.1-7. ⟨10.3897/fmj.3.91025⟩. ⟨hal-03798490⟩
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