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The project logo Food and Nutrition Survey

The project logo Food and Nutrition Survey

In May 2020, the City of Asheville Parks and Recreation Department was awarded a food and nutrition grant by the National Recreation and Parks Association, funded by the Walmart Foundation. The focus of the grant is to support improved access to healthy foods and reduce food insecurity.  

Responses to this survey will help guide Asheville Parks and Recreation in supporting existing food working groups, creating additional food connections and developing nutrition programming. 

It will take you approximately 5-10 minutes to complete the survey. The survey will close on April 12, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

Which following statement best describes the food eaten in your household in the past 12 months?
You and other household members had enough of the kinds of foods you wanted to eat.
You and other household members had enough to eat, but not always the kinds of food you wanted.
Sometimes you and other household members did not have enough to eat.
Often you and other household members didn't have enough to eat.
Select a response
Please rate the following statements as often true, sometimes true, or never true.


In the past 12 months, you and other household members worried that food would run out before you got money to buy more.
Often true
Sometimes true
Never true
Select a response
In the past 12 months, the food that you and other household members bought just didn't last, and there wasn't any money to get more.
Often true
Sometimes true
Never true
Select a response
In the past 12 months, you and other household members couldn't afford to eat well-rounded meals.

A well-rounded meal contains protein (meat or beans), fruits or vegetables, and grains (wheat or rice).
Often True
Sometimes True
Never True
Select a response
Which of the following prevents you from getting the food you need?

Check all that apply.
Select a response
What is the biggest factor that keeps you from eating a well-rounded meal on a regular basis?

A well rounded meal includes protein (meat or beans), fruits or vegetables and grains (wheat or rice).

Check all that apply.
Select a response

The next section of the survey is related to transportation options.

Is making a trip to the store or food distribution site difficult for you?
Yes
No
Select a response
If yes, please explain.
What transportation option would most help you connect to food resources?
Buses running more often
Additional bus routes
Shuttle to grocery stores, mobile markets, meal sites
Free or low-cost delivery of groceries I have bought online
Food boxes delivered that contain free fresh food
Transportation is not a problem for me.
Select a response
Please check the boxes that describe your relationship with the following resources.

Food distribution site (mobile market) - a combination of perishable and non-parishable foods distributed via a mobile truck
Food pantry - a stationary food distribution site that may contain perishable or non-perishable food
Free fresh distribution site (mobile market) - food distribution focused on produce only with very limited grains and protein such as eggs
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If a free fresh produce market was located in your neighborhood, which times would work best with your schedule? You may choose more than one answer.
Select a response
Are there organizations that are currently assisting you in getting food? Please list them.
Please provide your zip code.
What is the name of the street or road you live on?
How many people live in your household including yourself?
1
2
3
4
5+
Select a response
How many children (under the age of 18) do you have in your household?
0
1
2
3
4
5+
Select a response
What is your age?
Under 20
20-29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
70 or older
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