An explorative study with convenience vegetables in urban Nigeria - The Veg-on-Wheels intervention



This data was collected for the Veg-on-Wheels intervention study, in which ready-to-cook, washed and pre-cut green leafy vegetables (GLV) were kept cool and sold for five weeks at convenient locations near workplaces and on the open market in Akure, Nigeria. Surveys were conducted prior to the intervention with 680 consumers and during the final week of the intervention with 596 consumers near workplaces and 204 consumers at the open market. Both buyers and non-buyers of the intervention were included; 49% buyers in the workplace sample and 47% in the open market sample. It measures vegetables intake, intervention awareness, attitudes and customer satisfaction, motives and barriers for buyers and non-buyers.
Date made available20 Sept 2022
PublisherWageningen University & Research


  • street foods
  • Nigeria
  • food system
  • green leafy vegetables
  • consumer

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