Nutrition data and stats

Statistical publications and data sets on nutrition.

Publications

  • Published 10 December 2015
    This report presents the 2014/15 results from the New Zealand Health Survey, for both adults and children. The reports includes information on health behaviours and risk factors, health conditions and access to health services.
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    Published 11 December 2014
    This report presents the 2013/14 results from the New Zealand Health Survey, for both adults and children. The report includes information on health behaviours and risk factors, health conditions and access to health services.
  • A Focus on Pacific Nutrition
    Published 28 February 2012
    This report presents key findings for Pacific peoples from the 2008/09 New Zealand Adult Nutrition Survey, including energy and nutrient intake, dietary supplement use, eating patterns, food security, and nutrition-related health (eg, body size, blood pressure and diabetes). 
  • A Focus on Maori Nutrition
    Published 28 February 2012
    This report presents key findings for Māori from the 2008/09 New Zealand Adult Nutrition Survey, including energy and nutrient intake, dietary supplement use, eating patterns, food security, and nutrition-related health (eg, body size, blood pressure and diabetes).
  • Published 02 September 2011
    This report presents key findings from the 2008/09 New Zealand Adult Nutrition Survey, which was carried out from October 2008 to October 2009.
  • Published 02 September 2011
    This methodology report details the procedures and protocols that were followed to ensure the 2008/09 New Zealand Adult Nutrition Survey produced the high quality and robust data expected of official statistics.
  • Published 02 October 2006
    Relevant, reliable and timely food and nutrition monitoring data are essential for the development and monitoring of effective food and nutrition-related policies, programmes and services.
  • Published 02 November 2003
    It describes the methodologies and the data on nutrient intakes and their sources; food security; eating patterns; frequently eaten foods; physical activity patterns; dental health; anthropometric measures and selected nutrition-related clinical measures of New Zealand schoolchildren 5–14 years of age.
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