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  • Cafés/Bars in Singapore

    ... a foodservice establishment has become the ideal path to entrepreneurship, with a straightforward investment structure and a natural synergy with many Singaporeans’ love of food. In general, cafés and speciality coffee shops are the preferred ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Singapore

    ... fill up vacant retail space. Shopping centre operators have almost doubled the space allocated to foodservice outlets, with rents occasionally lower than those of typical retail stores. In addition, shopping centres are starting to favour ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Singapore

    ... expected to become even fiercer over the forecast period, as Singaporeans’ perennial love for food will encourage international brands and local hopefuls to set up operations there. The fact that food offerings, even between full-service ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Singapore

    ... similarity to local concepts such as hawker centres and food courts, which house a wide variety of independent food stalls with affordable price points. Euromonitor International's Self-Service Cafeterias in Singapore report offers a comprehensive guide ... Read More

  • 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Singapore

    ... fulfil consumers’ demand for convenience and quick dining. In particular, white collar professionals and younger consumers are major users of food delivery and takeaway services. Crowded and often long lunchtime queues within the major business ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Singapore

    ... that there is a need to re-evaluate every facet of their business. Rising labour and rental costs have forced foodservice operators to look towards automation to keep operations lean, while fierce competition and seemingly infinite ... Read More

  • Fast Food in Singapore

    ... able to respond and adapt to these rising challenges. In part due to the business nature of the fast food industry, fast food restaurants launch more-frequent promotions and have lower prices, making them an appealing ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Singapore

    ... well as their affordability; however, the hawker trade faced tough challenges over the review period, as it is an industry still rooted in traditional methods of operations and management and it faced strong changes in ... Read More

  • Confectionery Market in Singapore: Market Snapshot to 2022

    ... consumption along with latest events and recent developments in the global market. Scope Get access to detailed historic and forecast consumption values and volumes at category level along with a top-level overview and detailed insight ... Read More

  • Soups Market in Singapore: Market Snapshot to 2022

    ... consumption along with latest events and recent developments in the global market. Scope Get access to detailed historic and forecast consumption values and volumes at category level along with a top-level overview and detailed insight ... Read More

  • Pasta & Noodles Market in Singapore: Market Snapshot to 2022

    ... market. It provides historic and forecast consumption along with latest events and recent developments in the global market. Scope Get access to detailed historic and forecast consumption values and volumes at category level along with ... Read More

  • Syrups & Spreads Market in Singapore: Market Snapshot to 2022

    ... market. It provides historic and forecast consumption along with latest events and recent developments in the global market. Scope Get access to detailed historic and forecast consumption values and volumes at category level along with ... Read More

  • Fine Wines/Champagne and Spirits in Singapore

    ... investing. According to the Scotch Whisky Association, Singapore has one of the highest figures for consumption of Scotch whisky per capita, with an average of 12.76 bottles of whisky per person in 2014. It was ... Read More

  • Carbonates in Singapore

    ... the impact of the government’s declaration of war against diabetes for the second year running was clear. Regular cola carbonates is the main contributor to sales of carbonates in Singapore, and saw one of the ... Read More

  • Coffee in Singapore

    ... against diabetes which started in 2016. Consumers are encouraged by the government to go for unsweetened and natural beverages. This impacted instant coffee negatively as one cannot control the amount of sugar that is already ... Read More

  • Hot Drinks in Singapore

    ... negatively affected by the government’s escalating war on diabetes and it urging consumers to consume natural and unsweetened beverages. In addition, consumers also perceive the artificial flavourings and sweeteners in some hot drinks to be ... Read More

  • Other Hot Drinks in Singapore

    ... Nestlé Singapore (Pte) Ltd is projected to have the lion’s share of the category in 2017 as well. Conversely, companies like Super Group Ltd target a different demographic with their cereal-based hot drinks. Players understand ... Read More

  • Tea in Singapore

    ... Bubble tea shops like LiHo, Each-A-Cup, and Koi have opened outlets all over Singapore to capitalise on this. Younger consumers are taking to bubble tea’s larger range, innovative add-ons like chewy pearls and jellies, as ... Read More

  • Food & Grocery Retail in Singapore

    ... contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Synopsis Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the Singapore food & grocery retail market. Includes ... Read More

  • The Future of Singapore Agricultural Sectors Markets to 2025

    ... by surge in market conditions and technological advancements, the Agricultural Sectors has witnessed strong growth in terms of sales. The country’s Electronic communication industry has strong growth potential across the market. In terms of investment ... Read More

  • The 2019-2024 World Outlook for Malay, Singaporean, Indonesian, and Vietnamese Food

    ... are given for the latent demand, or potential industry earnings (P.I.E.), for the country in question (in millions of U.S. dollars), the percent share the country is of the region, and of the globe. These ... Read More

  • Top Growth Opportunities: Wine in Singapore

    ... products in Singapore is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 4% during 2016-2021. The growth is primarily attributed to the high disposable incomes enjoyed by Singaporeans, coupled with their high affinity and willingness ... Read More

  • Supermarkets in Singapore

    ... Singaporeans are becoming increasingly conscious of the food they consume, and prefer to hand-pick fruits and food whenever possible. Consumers continue to maintain the impression that fruits hand-picked themselves are the freshest, even though this ... Read More

  • Vending in Singapore

    ... maintain physical operations. While still not as widely adopted as countries such as Japan, the vending channel is proving to be a viable offline solution, at least from a cost perspective. For physical retailers, vending ... Read More

  • Packaged Water in Singapore

    ... contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market. Synopsis Essential resource for top-line data and analysis covering the Singapore packaged water market. Includes market size ... Read More

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