DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Kitchen Behaviours and Product Usage Report 2019 Edition" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The research behind this report was developed with the kitchen industry in mind; to enable kitchen product manufacturers and retailers gain a greater understanding, not only about how UK households are using their kitchens in terms of everyday behaviours, but also how they feel about the room that is rapidly becoming the centre of their homes.
Are these rooms comfortable, warm, practical spaces that are a pleasure to spend time in? Or is the reality of our kitchens a different story?
Split across fifteen areas of investigation, the study tackles subjects such as daily appliance usage, cleaning, storage, heating, entertaining, household meals and cooking styles.
And, although our kitchen behaviours are generally centred around our household structure and immediate environment, this study also investigates how wider global trends impact the way we use our kitchens, in terms of food waste, recycling, water usage, technology, and even pet ownership.
By surveying a nationally representative sample of over 1000 UK households, the report draws on deeper insights within the data to highlight the demographic profiling behind a kitchen behaviour, track developing trends across timelines, and even cross-reference against kitchen purchasing habits from our other industry studies.
Key Topics Covered:
Section One - Our Kitchens
Section Two - Cooking in our Kitchens
Section Three - Kitchen Storage
Section Four - Fridges
Section Five - Ovens
Section Six - Warming Drawers
Section Seven - Hobs
Section Eight - Dishwashers
Section Nine - Kitchen Sinks
Section Ten - Washing Machines
Section Eleven - Kitchen Heating
Section Twelve - Kitchens as Social Areas
Section Thirteen - Food Waste
Section Fourteen - Grow Your Own
Section Fifteen - Pets in Kitchens
For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/41l3yb