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Chinese Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in China to 2019

Chinese Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in China to 2019

Summary
The report provides detailed market analysis, information, and insights, including:

Historic and forecast market size covering the entire China’s Foodservice sector

Detailed analysis of Consumer, Operator and Technology trends in the Chinese Foodservice sector

Detailed analysis of market size, outlets and transactions in China for various categories in the Foodservice sector, such as Accommodation, Leisure, Pubs, Club & Bar, Restaurants, Retail, Travel, Workplace, Healthcare, Education, Military & Civil Defense, and Welfare & Services.

Key players in the Chinese Foodservice market

Detailed market classification across each category, with analysis using similar metrics

Key Findings
Growing disposable income levels and urbanization have led to the changing eating habits of Chinese consumers who are developing an interest in health and wellness, and look for high quality food products when dining out.

China is considered to be predominantly a tea country with low coffee consumption. However, the coffee culture is rapidly growing, particularly among younger Chinese consumers, driven by affluence and convenience.

A large volume of international visitors traveling to China are driving demand for western style restaurants. International events such as the Shanghai World Expo Memorial Exhibition (2010) and BIO Convention in Beijing (2013) have also pushed the demand for western-style food such as dairy products (ice-cream, pizza, and flavored milk).

Many international fast food/quick service restaurants are including local flavors in their international menus to cater to Chinese tastes. For example, 40% of Pizza Hut China’s menu consists of Chinese food.

The anti-waste campaign launched in 2012 in China, which aims to curb extravagance on food among officials, has impacted high-end restaurants and starred hotels in particular. As a result, many restaurants re-organized themselves from high-end restaurants to ones catering to middle-class customers and introduced new menus with “half portion, half price” offers.

Foodservice operators are collaborating with online food delivery portals such as Ele.me (focuses on students) and waimaichaoren.com (focuses on white collar office workers), which provide food ordering and home delivery services

Synopsis
This report provides readers with unparalleled levels of detail and insight into the development of the foodservice sector within China.

This report provides readers with in-depth data on the valuation and development of both the profit and cost sectors in the Chinese foodservice market.

This report provides details on the number of outlets, transactions, average price, foodservice sales, sales per outlet, and transactions per outlet across nearly 50 sub-channels.

This report provides highly granular future forecasts and historic market data to aid market and strategic planning.

This report will help you to assess the impact of economic recession and recovery on foodservice market growth.

Reasons To Buy
Why was the report written?

This report is the result of Canadean’s extensive market research covering the Chinese foodservice industry. It provides detailed analysis foodservice industry values at channel level and China’s business environment and landscape.

“Chinese Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in China to 2019” provides a top-level overview and detailed market and channel insights into the operating environment for foodservice companies. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Chinese foodservice value chain, and for new companies considering entering the market.

What is the current market landscape and what is changing?

Despite a slowdown in the Chinese economy and food safety scandals in the recent years, the Chinese Foodservice industry grew at a CAGR of 9.7% during 2009–2014. Growing income levels, rising tourism, and urbanization will contribute to an expanding Chinese Foodservice sector.

What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?

Economic growth and the rising income levels of Chinese consumers have shifted their preferences towards western cuisine, high quality food, and health and wellness. Driven by affluence and convenience, the coffee culture is rapidly growing, particularly among younger Chinese consumers. High-end restaurants are re-organizing and re-defining their menus to cater to middle- and low-end customers, following the anti-waste campaign launched in 2012.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?

“Chinese Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in China to 2019” provides a top-level overview and detailed market and channel insights into the operating environment for foodservice companies. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Chinese foodservice value chain, and for new companies considering entering the market.


Executive Summary
Macro Economic Analysis and Trends
Macroeconomic Analysis
Consumer Trends
Operator Trends
Technology Trends
Foodservice Market Attractiveness
Market Size and Forecasts
Market Share split by Profit Sector and Cost Sector
Profit Sector Analysis
Profit Sector Analysis by Channels & Sub-channels- Sales Analysis, Outlet Analysis and Transaction Analysis
Accommodation - Bed & Breakfast, Guest House, Holiday Park, Hostel, Hotel & Motel
Leisure – Entertainment, Venue, Visitor Attraction
Pub, Club & Bar – Pub & Bar, Private Member & Social Club, Nightclub
Restaurants - Full Service Restaurant, Quick Service Restaurant & Fast Food, Coffee & Tea Shop, Ice Cream Vendor
Retail – Baker, Convenience Store, Delicatessen, Department Store, Garden Centre, Other Retail, Service Station Forecourt, Supermarket & Hypermarket
Travel – Air, Rail, Sea
Workplace - Government Department & Local Authority, Industrial, Retail, Financial & Office Based
Cost Sector Analysis
Cost Sector Analysis by Channels & Sub-channels- Sales Analysis, Outlet Analysis and Transaction Analysis
Education - Children’s Activity Centre, Further Education, Pre-School, Primary School,
Secondary School, Tertiary, Training Centre
Healthcare – Hospital, Medical Centre, Residential Care
Military & Civil Defence - Military Overall, Police & Emergency Service
Welfare & Service - Other Welfare & Service, Prison, Welfare Meal
Competitive Landscape
Company Overview, Product Portfolio and Number of Outlets
Regulatory Scenario
Appendix
List of Tables
Table 1: Leading Foodservice players in China, 2014
Table 2: Profit Sector Outlets, 2009-2014
Table 3: Cost Sector Outlets, 2009-2014
Table 4: Profit Sector Transactions (Million), 2009-2014
Table 5: Cost Sector Transactions (Million), 2009-2014
Table 6: Profit Sector Sales (CNY Million), 2009-2014
Table 7: Cost Sector Sales (CNY Million), 2009-2014
Table 8: Key Foodservice Definitions
Table 9: Profit Sector Definitions
Table 10: Cost Sector Definitions
List of Figures
Figure 1: GDP per Capita, 2009-2014
Figure 2: Consumer Price Index, 2009-2014
Figure 3: Unemployment Rate, 2009-2014
Figure 4: Age Profile, 2014
Figure 5: Chinese Foodservice: Overall Sales (CNY Million) & Annual Growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 6: Chinese Foodservice: Sales by Sector (%), 2014 vs. 2019
Figure 7: Comparative Growth Analysis by Channels, 2009-2014 vs 2014-2019
Figure 8: Profit Sector: Channel share (%), 2014 vs. 2019
Figure 9: Profit Sector: Average Transaction Price (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 10: Profit Sector: Comparative Growth Analysis by Channels, 2009-2014 vs 2014-2019
Figure 11: Accommodation- Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 12: Leisure- Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 13: Pub, Club & Bar- Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 14: Restaurants - Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 15: Retail - Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 16: Travel - Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 17: Workplace - Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 18: Profit Sector: Comparative Growth Analysis by Channels, Sales per Outlet & Number of Outlets, 2009- 2014 vs 2014-2019
Figure 19: Accommodation - Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 20: Leisure - Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 21: Pub, Club, and Bar - Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 22: Restaurants – Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 23: Retail – Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 24: Workplace - Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 25: Profit Sector: Comparative Growth Analysis by Channels, Transactions per Outlet & Number of Transactions, 2009- 2014 vs 2014-2019
Figure 26: Accommodation - Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019
Figure 27: Leisure - Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019
Figure 28: Pub, Club, and Bar - Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019
Figure 29: Restaurants - Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019
Figure 30: Retail - Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019
Figure 31: Workplace - Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019
Figure 32: Cost Sector: Channel share (%), 2014 vs. 2019
Figure 33: Cost Sector: Average Transaction Price (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 34: Cost Sector: Comparative Growth Analysis by Channels, 2009-2014 vs 2014-2019
Figure 35: Education- Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 36: Healthcare- Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 37: Military & Civil Defense - Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 38: Welfare & Services - Sales (CNY) and sales growth (%), 2009-2019
Figure 39: Cost Sector: Comparative Growth Analysis by Channels, Sales per Outlet & Number of Outlets, 2009- 2014 vs 2014-2019
Figure 40: Education - Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 41: Healthcare - Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 42: Military & Civil Defense - Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 43: Welfare & Services – Outlets and Sales per Outlet by Channel (CNY), 2009-2019
Figure 44: Cost Sector: Comparative Growth Analysis by Channels, Transactions per Outlet & Number of Transactions, 2009- 2014 vs 2014-2019
Figure 45: Education- Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019
Figure 46: Healthcare - Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019
Figure 47: Welfare & Services - Transactions and Transactions per Outlet by Channel, 2009-2019

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