An exclusive poll carried out by YouGov on behalf of The Grocer has shed new light on the attitudes and habits of shoppers when it comes to food waste and recycling.

You can read The Grocer’s news story on the findings here.

And click here to download the results in full as a PDF, available exclusively to subscribers of It’s a large table, so you’ll need to zoom right in to read all the data.

More from the Green Issue 2011

Does waste stack up?

The supermarkets say they’re leading a recycling revolution, saving everything from batteries to carrier bags from landfill. Is this true – and what more can be done? Rob Brown investigates.

How green is grocery?

Most big players in grocery don’t shy away from blowing their own trumpets on green issues. But by doing so, many contend they run the risk of blowing their environmental achievements out of all proportion and misleading their customers. Rob Brown and Samantha Lyster report.

Who’s got the greenest store?

The supermarkets are trumping each other with state-of-the-art eco stores that cut energy bills and collect rainwater. But is the boom really just about a green image, asks Ian Quinn.