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General Food Service & Hospitality Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Consumer Foodservice in Australia

    ... prices and cost of living. The average consumer’s budget is being increasingly constrained and this is making it more difficult to indulge and dine out. Furthermore, consumer foodservice outlets are no longer competing solely in ... Read More

  • Food-Service Contractors in the UK - Industry Market Research Report

    ... size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares. Read More

  • Food Service Contractors in the US - Industry Market Research Report

    ... as tickets to sporting and music events, as well as increased travel spending. Increased business and consumer spending over the past five years has contributed to industry expansion, and the industry is also benefiting from ... Read More

  • Mobile Food Services - The 2018 U.S. Market Research Report (Covers 2009-2022)

    ... Market Research Reports are based on millions of annual comprehensive business surveys. This report is utilized for a range of strategic purposes, including benchmarking, due diligence, cost cutting, planning, evaluating opportunities, forecasting, streamlining, and gap ... Read More

  • Special Food Services - The 2018 U.S. Market Research Report (Covers 2009-2022)

    ... Market Research Reports are based on millions of annual comprehensive business surveys. This report is utilized for a range of strategic purposes, including benchmarking, due diligence, cost cutting, planning, evaluating opportunities, forecasting, streamlining, and gap ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Indonesia

    ... more on food. As the number of women in the workforce has been increasing, busy weekdays due to work and relentlessly bad traffic have resulted in having no time to cook, and greater demand for ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Morocco

    ... the category remains full of opportunities, especially in areas such as fast food, due to changing lifestyles, the growth of e-commerce, and rising disposable incomes. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice in Morocco report offers a comprehensive ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in New Zealand

    ... growing while rates of labour participation and employment are near historic highs, facilitating an increase in discretionary spending on goods and services, including consumer foodservice. Full-service restaurants branched out introducing novel concepts, in both the ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in France

    ... embrace long-term growth. Travel locations, such as in railway stations and airports, as well as shopping centres, leisure areas and city centres, are the most popular. This leads to increasing rental costs, which make such ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Russia

    ... of inflation returned to close to pre-crisis levels. The Russian rouble continued to strengthen against other worldwide currencies, resulting in a slightly positive effect on the economy and trade. In addition, the local economy benefited ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Taiwan

    ... ingredients, and dishes promoting low salt, sugar or fat. This change came about as a result of multiple food scandals that had a negative impact upon food businesses and in turn consumer confidence. The consumer ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Ukraine

    ... indulgence and convenient services, as well as affordable luxury. The growth was evident in turnover, average spend and number of transactions. While part of the previous increase could be linked to the foreign exchange fluctuations ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Chile

    ... higher prices. Fast food chains perceived this as an opportunity and, thanks to international players’ acquisitions of the largest operators, brands undertook strong outlet expansion in Santiago and other regions in Chile. Euromonitor International's Consumer ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Argentina

    ... comparatively sluggish performance was mainly due to rising living costs and declining purchasing power, which led many consumers to cut spending on eating out. The development of the entire market was further undermined by falling ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in the Czech Republic

    ... high levels, which contributed to higher disposable incomes and a willingness to spend on leisure activities. Consumers were eating out more often, whilst home delivery was also becoming a more popular option. This trend was ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Venezuela

    ... a fall in the production of goods, leading to an imbalance between the abundance of money and a shortage of products. Even though the cost of many of the basic ingredients used in the consumer ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Vietnam

    ... group stimulating strong growth in the industry. These consumers tend to spend long hours at work, and prefer to hang out with friends and colleagues after work hours rather than having dinner at home. Therefore, ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Belgium

    ... mainly due to strong outlet expansion. Foodservice through travel was especially helped in 2017 by the normalisation of incoming tourist flows and by the strong dynamism of domestic business tourism. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice by ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Ireland

    ... very well in 2017, bringing higher employment and disposable income levels. This encouraged Irish consumers to return to dining out at a similar rate to the Celtic Tiger years. Pubs and hotels benefited from better ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Saudi Arabia

    ... in leadership, are leading to a transition away from an oil-based to a more diversified economy. The severe austerity measures implemented in 2016 were gradually eased in 2017. However, energy subsidy cuts and the introduction ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Bulgaria

    ... chains in 2017 were the domestic Happy Bar & Grill, followed by heavyweight McDonald’s and Fornetti. A number of international brands entered the market during the year. The fastest developing independent category was 100% home ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Hungary

    ... tourism traffic and disposable income allocated for eating out remain strong. Furthermore, the recent real estate developments, subsidies from the EU fund and government programmes to improve tourism facilities will have a positive carryover effect ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Mexico

    ... the largest gourmet markets and was inaugurated in 2017 near Polanco, one of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in Mexico City. Consumers can find more than 30 different Mexican and international cuisines, with a special focus ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Egypt

    ... to eat out less frequently in order to save money. At the same time, foodservice operators had to deal with increased expenses, such as rents, utility bills and the procurement of supplies and ingredients. Consequently, ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Romania

    ... more people choosing to eat out. However, this was largely an urban trend. Higher incomes meant consumers had more money to spend on leisure and entertainment activities, with this particularly supporting foodservice sales in non-standalone ... Read More

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