- This report is based on primary surveys conducted by Canadean accessing its B2B panels comprising of senior business decision makers. The opinions and forward looking statements of 410 industry executives are captured in our survey
- The geographical scope of the research is Spain- drawing on the activity and expectations of leading industry players across Brazil
- The report provides snapshots of manufacturer outlook of product demand across different foodservice channels and identifies the ones with the strongest potential
- Key topics covered include country comparison of foodservice product demand growth expectations across major foodservice channels
“Spanish Manufacturer Survey of Foodservice Product Demand Growth in 2011-2012” is a survey report by Canadean that analyzes business confidence in the foodservice industry, and explores how opportunities and demand are set to change in 2011-2012. The report also provides access to information categorized by product categories and foodservice channels. It also identifies the top and bottom product markets in different channels based on projections of demand by manufacturers.
The report features the opinions of respondents from consumer goods manufacturer organizations related to the following:
- Future product growth
- Foodservice channels that will drive growth in consumer products
- Leading categories driving foodservice channel growth
Reasons To Buy
- Drive revenues by understanding future product growth areas and growth regions
- Formulate effective sales and marketing strategies by identifying foodservice channels that will drive growth
- Benchmark your market understanding with key industry leaders and identify major trends
- Identify product categories that will drive demand in the foodservice sector
- India, Brazil and China are expected to generate the highest demand for various consumer product categories.
- Manufacturers expect foodservice operators in ‘full-service restaurants’, ‘travel’ and ‘quick-service restaurants’ channels to experience the most increase in demand.