10 reports

Poland Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Poland to 2020

91 pages • By GlobalData

Summary The Future of Foodservice in Poland to 2020 Report published by Canadean Intelligence provides readers with a detailed analysis of consumer, operator and technology level trends in the Polish Foodservice sector, analysis of market size, outlets and transactions in Poland and key players in the Polish Foodservice market. Key...

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Sep 2016

Fast Food & Takeaways in Poland (2016) – Market Sizes

By Mintel

Fast Food & Takeaways in Poland by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2016. This report covers fast food and takeaway restaurants which have a restricted or set menu, limited seating and offer take-aways which account for a significant proportion of turnover. Market value is...

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Jul 2016

Restaurants in Poland (2016) – Market Sizes

By Mintel

Restaurants in Poland by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2016. This report covers full service/traditional and fast food & takeaway restaurants. Market value is based on expenditure including sales tax by consumers and business in these outlets; market volume is based on...

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Jul 2016

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Poland

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Street stalls/kiosks remains dominated by independent operators who compete mainly with low prices; their offer is aimed at highly price-sensitive consumers who seek out the less expensive outlets. However, consumer choice evolves and they increasingly often choose up-to-date outlets instead of cheap, unsightly kiosks. The fashion for street...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Poland

119 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015, foodservice in Poland maintained its value growth, which was attributed to increasing consumer confidence, a rising inclination to dine out and the emergence of new concepts. A gradual shift from quantity to quality was visible, therefore the number of outlets declined slightly. A number of foodservice operators met changing customer...

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May 2016

Fast Food in Poland

41 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite the popularisation of healthy food and the fashion for being fit, fast food is still popular in Poland. Many consumers still eat fast food despite wanting to eat more healthily and being interested in lower calorie dishes. A growing number of new premises serves fast food, as demand for such an offer is connected with increasingly...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Poland

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

In comparison to consumer foodservice overall, 100% home delivery/takeaway is negligible in terms of sales, holding just a 1% value share in 2015. However, increasingly busy consumer lifestyles mean that Poles appreciate the possibility of ordering takeaway meals or deliveries. The lower costs associated with the smaller rental spaces typically...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Poland

38 pages • By Euromonitor International

A few trends affected full-service restaurants in 2015. In line with the “slow living” trend, customers pay attention to the quality and freshness of food ingredients. When celebrating over a meal with family or friends, full waiter service and atmosphere are increasingly valued. Invariably, European cuisine, especially Polish dishes remain...

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May 2016

Self-Service Cafeterias in Poland

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias offering affordable and mainly vegetarian meals has a strong presence in Poland. Locations in major cities around office buildings, workplaces or large housing estates are very popular. Consumers treat self-service cafeterias as quick-service restaurants, where they can enjoy a quick and tasty meal. Most self-service...

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May 2016

Polish Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Poland to 2019

88 pages • By GlobalData

Summary Traditional Polish consumers preferred eating at home rather than dining out. However, the dining out frequency is increasing, due to changing lifestyles. Quick and less expensive fast food is the most popular eat-out option, especially among urban younger consumers. Shifting consumer preferences towards more frequent eat-out...

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Aug 2015