Takeout/Delivery Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Many restaurants across the world offer takeout and delivery services as well as a dine-in option. This expands their client base to include who do not wish to dine outside of their home, yet want the quality of a restaurant’s cooking. Traditionally, certain types of restaurants exist as take-out and delivery establishments, with Chinese and pizza restaurants being the foremost in the field. However, many different types of restaurants offer at least a take-out option, where patrons may order over the phone and pick up food to eat where they choose.

MarketResearch.com provides numerous reports on the take-out and delivery industries. Choose from many titles to gain in-depth data on this market, including size, growth, segmentation, sales, forecasts, as well as many other factors for industry trends and opportunities all over the world.

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Takeout/Delivery Industry Research & Market Reports

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Peru

    ... to stay at home began to alternatives to the classic pizza or chicken options. Likewise, many people at work sought an alternative to fast casual restaurants because they do not have time to go out ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Russia

    ... therefore had little influence on total performance. Previously, the category grew as consumers wished to have food delivered to their home and save money on tips and alcoholic beverages, and growth was due to demand ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Taiwan

    ... of Taiwanese consumers who are seeking something new, whether influenced by trends from abroad or utilising local flavours. One key trend was the utilisation of local ingredients in new pizza offerings. Domino's Pizza, for example, ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Slovakia

    ... food through home delivery or takeaway services to save the time and effort associated with cooking. Although millennials represent the largest consumer group of this category, 100% home delivery/takeaway also has regular consumers among busy ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Sweden

    ... on takeaway – such as 100% home delivery/takeaway – continued to see a strong positive development. Swedes are increasingly trying to save time and cutting lunch short by having takeaways in the office or eating ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Ukraine

    ... noodles. This is a general trend for all types of 100% home delivery/takeaway companies across Ukraine. As penetration of the internet continues with mobile internet/devices, online orders will grow more quickly and cannibalise telephone orders. ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Hong Kong, China

    ... and shopping centres in residential areas, so that consumers can effortlessly access hot meals when they move around in the city travelling between their homes and workplaces. They not only buy food, but also save ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Germany

    ... in which chained operators had a presence. A change in this situation is not expected over the forecast period, although it has to be said that virtually all players present in pizza 100% home delivery/takeaway ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Germany

    ... preparing snacks or beverages at home, are choosing to instead buy them while on the go, for example on their way to and from work, despite the fact that this is a more expensive option. ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Germany

    ... total number of units continued to decline as a result of a trend towards fewer but larger outlets (with more transactions and higher value sales per transaction on average). The industry’s performance was in fact ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in the United Arab Emirates

    ... a way of exploring new restaurants and concepts in the market. These platforms are emerging as a way to increase the revenues of existing players through home delivery. They are also becoming integral in supporting ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Chile

    ... America is in Chile. In 2017, the pizza delivery segment showed strong growth due to the versatility of the product being a low-cost group meal with a variety of options. Demand for delivery/takeaway meals continued ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Belgium

    ... tight legislation and competition from 100% home delivery/takeaway and fast food chained players. The negative performance of independents affected 100% home delivery/takeaway’s overall 2017 score. Euromonitor International's 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Belgium report offers a ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in the Czech Republic

    ... motivate consumers to increase the number of orders, bringing in new customers and a significant share of the orders, thus increasing overall home delivery value sales. Independent 100% home delivery/takeaway operators outsource delivery to third ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Malaysia

    ... The category’s positive performance is driven by the needs of time-poor, urban consumers who aim to reduce time spent preparing meals. This is especially true for dual-income households. These consumers often prefer 100% home delivery/takeaway ... 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

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Vietnam

    ... this, urban working lifestyles became more and more hectic and busier. Many people prefer to order food delivery to save time on lunches and dinners. These services are also suitable for office parties and gatherings. ... 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

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Venezuela

    ... imbalance between the total level of liquidity in the economy, which has quadrupled every two years since 2008, and the total amount of banknotes and coins available. Prices increased at a faster pace than the ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Argentina

    ... confined to more expensive full-service restaurants with skilled chefs of Japanese origin. However, as the trend developed cheaper sushi options became more widely available, including 100% home delivery/takeaway operators that specialise in this type of ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Brazil

    ... and 2016, when consumers’ disposable incomes decreased, ordering food to be delivered at home was an alternative for budget-constrained consumers who were reluctant to spend money on eating out. Although the economic scenario improved in ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Italy

    ... given the high number of growth opportunities. In addition, expansion will also be fuelled by growing consumer knowledge and trust in the services offered. Euromonitor International's 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Italy report offers a comprehensive ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Portugal

    ... different food options of 100% home delivery/takeaway has also stimulated purchases in this category, which now has several more options besides the most traditional pizza or roast chicken. The concept is expected to be further ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Switzerland

    ... Swiss consumers, longer working hours and an increase in the number of single-person households continued to drive sales, as many Swiss consumers chose 100% home delivery/takeaway as a more indulgent and simpler option than cooking ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Venezuela

    ... the lack of banknotes was so severe in 2017 that banks only allowed withdrawals of up to VEF20,000 per day per person. Therefore, daily transactions became more complex operations. For example, the owner of a ... Read More

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