Region: South America
Category: Food & Beverage

South America Food & Beverage

(2,807 reports matching your criteria)
  • Consumer Foodservice in Peru

    ... for dining out thanks to the elimination of pandemic-related restrictions. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice in Peru report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Argentina

    ... weekly, to minimise losses. Consumer spending continued to suffer as salaries did not rise at the same rate, significantly impacting consumption. Rising prices in raw materials have been compounded by increases in rent, wages and ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Peru

    ... by the dynamism that is increasingly visible in specialist coffee and tea shops as well as recovery in bars/pubs post pandemic. Euromonitor International's Cafés/Bars in Peru report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Peru

    ... of both transactions and current value sales thanks to the complete lifting of pandemic-related restrictions and an increased appetite for inbound and foreign travel. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice by Location in Peru report offers a ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Peru

    ... than seen in the previous year, and independent restaurants have found it more difficult than chains to recover to pre-pandemic levels. Euromonitor International's Full-Service Restaurants in Peru report offers a comprehensive guide to the size ... Read More

  • Limited-Service Restaurants in Peru

    ... to the economic downturn. Euromonitor International's Limited-Service Restaurants in Peru report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides foodservice sales, the number of outlets ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Peru

    ... categories and consumer foodservice. Chained street stalls/kiosks saw a decline in the number of outlets in 2023, which were already at a low level. In contrast, independent street stalls/kiosks, which represent by far the largest ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Colombia

    ... as costs also continued to rise. These rising costs, after cafés/bars having just coped with the difficulties imposed by the pandemic, led to casualties. In particular, several café chains encountered financial difficulties, including Café Oma ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Colombia

    ... this. Restaurants are taking creative approaches to developing breakfast menus, such as incorporating healthy options, local ingredients and dishes inspired by various food cultures, as well as including vegetarian/vegan options. There is also growing demand ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Argentina

    ... of working from home, many of these stores had to shutter because their target was people who worked in offices, especially in downtown areas. Although new stores of this type have opened with the return ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Peru

    ... also greatly affected by the pandemic, not only due to the closure of work and study premises, but because the setup of these establishments tends to make it more difficult to socially distance and maintain ... Read More

  • Limited-Service Restaurants in Argentina

    ... the approach of major global chains to push its growth, while nearly all named players saw substantial growth in outlet numbers. Within this context, the year saw new local brands emerging with the offer of ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Argentina

    ... seating space, catering more to on-the-go consumption. These outlets have been gaining ground in 2023, most notably in the higher-income neighbourhoods of major cities, as they foster a more gourmet experience and refined consumption that ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Argentina

    ... incorporated seating areas for at least two people to dine in as they sit at a counter. Euromonitor International's Street Stalls/Kiosks in Argentina report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Argentina

    ... prompting airports to invest in innovation, creating new gastronomic spaces to be occupied by various brands. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice by Location in Argentina report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Colombia

    ... delivery or pick-up, with technology driving a lot of the operations. Some of the most well-known virtual restaurant brands in Colombia are associated with prominent individuals, such as influencers, or established sister brands. As such, ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Argentina

    ... terms of number of transactions for the overall category. Still, those restaurants located in more touristy areas or closer to borders have been faring comparatively well, with favourable exchange rates encouraging an influx of international ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Colombia

    ... home goods, the outlet also has the IKEA distinctive self-service cafeteria. The further expansion of IKEA in Colombia is likely to influence and reshape the competitive landscape of self-service cafeterias. Euromonitor International's Self-Service Cafeterias in ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Colombia

    ... Along the Caribbean coast, stands specialise in kebabs, patacones (dish made with plantains) and egg-filled arepas (dough made from ground maize). In Medellín, chorizos and arepas take centre stage. While more inland, roasted cobs, almojábanas ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Colombia

    ... under strain, as costs also continued to rise and several operators were forced to undergo financial restructuring. Consumers also felt the financial pinch, and while they continued to dine out, they looked to economise by ... Read More

  • Limited-Service Restaurants in Colombia

    ... were under strain, as costs also continued to rise. These rising costs, after having just coped with the difficulties imposed by the pandemic, led to casualties. Several chains, including Sierra Nevada, Presto and Buffalo Wings, ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Chile

    ... Nevertheless, post-pandemic, there has been a shift in consumer behaviour, with people seeking opportunities to dine out and socialise. Facing scarcity, Chileans have either reduced dining frequency or opted for more economical alternatives due to ... Read More

  • Street Stalls/Kiosks in Chile

    ... formal employment, inflationary pressures, and the substantial presence of irregular migrants who struggle to secure formal jobs. The absence of centralised and organised regulations has paved the way for the proliferation of these street stalls/kiosks. ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Chile

    ... have gained traction in a nation traditionally inclined towards tea and instant coffee, soluble coffee still commands a significant portion of the market. The persistent barriers to accessibility are evident, with over half of specialist ... Read More

  • Limited-Service Restaurants in Chile

    ... wide range of limited-service options, with burgers, hot dogs, and pizzas being particularly favoured by Chileans. In addition, unlike many other Latin American markets where the share of full-service is often higher, in Chile, limited-service ... Read More

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