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Fast Food Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

The Fast Food industry consist and accounts for prepared food usually from a restaurant, store, food truck, or street vendor, served quickly and affordably to consumers in a take-out, disposable container. Most fast food companies work with low preparation time and preheated or precooked ingredients to reduce transaction time and cost for each purchase.

The Fast Food Market started in the 1920s and has been rapidly growing and evolving with big name fast food chains such as McDonalds, Taco Bell, Wendy’s, Burger King, KFC, Jack in the Box, White Castle, etc. In recent years, more health conscious fast food companies such as Chipotle, Pita Pit, and BurgerFi emerged offering meals that include ingredients with less pesticides, are hormone and antibiotic-free, and served in biodegradable or recyclable take-out containers.

With over 230,000 fast food establishments and yearly revenue over $190 billion in America alone, the fast food market has proven to be a highly lucrative industry.

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Fast Food Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Fast-Food & Quick-Service Restaurants

    ... Brands (KFC, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell), as well as Café de Coral (Hong Kong), Greggs (UK), Seven & i Food Systems (Japan), and Restaurant Brands International (Canada). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by consumer tastes ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Indonesia

    ... have any connection with the performance of the brand’s Ready To Eat (RTE) range, the sudden closure of the outlets diminished the performance of fast food in 2017 quite significantly, since 7-Eleven originally had a ... Read More

  • Fast Food in the Philippines

    ... higher frequency of spending on food and the increasingly busy lifestyles of Filipinos, especially for the emerging middle class, heightened the demand for more convenience, which fast food players can take advantage of. Fast food ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Turkey

    ... increase in 2017. Therefore, a rising number of consumers preferred fast food as a relatively cheaper alternative to other formats such as cafés or full-service restaurants. The trend of increasing price-sensitivity has mostly benefited categories ... Read More

  • Fast Food in New Zealand

    ... of premium and healthier concepts, such as Burger Fuel and The Pita Pit. McDonald's Restaurants also responded to this trend by including healthier options and premium burgers on its menu, in an effort to re-invent ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Morocco

    ... the domestic sphere, it is becoming increasingly common to eat out with family members, friends, and even business relations. In addition, the fact that the prices charged by fast food restaurants are lower than those ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Japan

    ... Ministry survey released at the start of the forecast period indicates that around 70% of Japanese companies are being impacted by labour shortages, with many seeking to attract players by offering generous full-time contracts. Fast ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Austria

    ... sales growth is expected to remain at a good level, notably stronger than in full-service restaurants or overall consumer foodservice. Fast food is expected to leave behind some turbulent times that were the result of ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Greece

    ... demand for more expensive full-service restaurants and the subsequent rise of demand for low-cost offerings, along with the rise of a street food culture. Euromonitor International's Fast Food in Greece report offers a comprehensive guide ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Greece

    ... pop-up street food markets gathers pace, particularly in the big cities. These markets typically serve world cuisine or showcase menus of hip restaurants and operate for a limited number of days, in the form of ... Read More

  • Fast Food in France

    ... in the obesity rate in France, more consumers are keen to adopt healthier lifestyles, as 40% of French consumers regularly eat vegetarian meals, and 37% look at the nutritional content of what they eat. More ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in France

    ... translated into higher volume transactions and foodservice retail selling prices for street stalls/kiosks, after having suffered saturation and stabilisation over the review period. For these reasons, street stalls/kiosks exhibited a strong performance in current value ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Thailand

    ... is known as a fried chicken fast food restaurant but KFC Thailand developed rice dishes to suit the preferences of Thai consumers. In addition, KFC’s fried chicken is spicier in Thailand than in other countries. ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Finland

    ... Kotipizza around the middle of the review period, a notable increase in individual and chained fast casual concepts was also visible. Fast casual concepts include the Latin American Chalupa, upcoming burger chains Friends & Brgrs ... Read More

  • Fast Food in South Korea

    ... fast food or 100% home delivery/takeaway. In addition, as digital orders and payment in South Korea become increasingly common, fast food could grow faster than other categories. As many consumers can conveniently order chicken fast ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Peru

    ... networks positioned themselves as a good way to communicate promotions to Peruvians, and for direct contact with consumers – interaction with fast food restaurants increased, with consumers placing orders and sharing positive and negative comments. ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Peru

    ... very popular drink is emoliente, which is prepared using local herbs and Andean cereals such as maca and quinoa. Another traditional dish in Peruvian cuisine is anticucho, a grilled beef heart that is seasoned and ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Russia

    ... the adoption of new technologies, strong, and even aggressive marketing activities, and consumer loyalty to brands were the major driving factors for fast food at the end of review period. Due to the fact that ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Sweden

    ... range of gourmet alternatives, alternatives to red meat, vegetarian, vegan and lacto-ovo vegetarian options, and an increased focus on working with more organic and locally-produced ingredients. Healthier breakfast alternatives were also introduced to continue to ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Ukraine

    ... eat. Meat is cheaper than fish as the latter is mostly imported. Another reason is an influence from American films. However, the healthy lifestyle trend is also increasing in popularity, as it influences demand for ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Sweden

    ... through higher fees and a decline in the number of licenses and parking spots available, this trend faded even further during 2017. For instance, in 2015, the city of Stockholm increased the yearly license fee ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Sweden

    ... change in shopping patterns over the review period, namely a move from city centres to remote shopping malls and areas. More or less all of these remote shopping areas have come to mimic the city ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Slovakia

    ... unconventional combinations of flavours were in great demand predominantly in the Slovak capital. Street food in Slovakia also saw many concepts offering traditional Slovak food like “buchty”, “parance” and other specialities over the counter of ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Taiwan

    ... have strong appeal among local consumers. Taiwanese have a love of all things Japanese, especially food and culture which have been on-trend in Taiwan for decades. More recently, travel to Japan burgeoned. More Taiwanese travelled ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Slovakia

    ... the review period. Similarly, Burger King was withdrawn from the country in 2012 as it failed to lure enough customers to its stores. The main challenge for international players remains setting up operations and introducing ... Read More

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