About 100 reports

Cafés/Bars in France

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite the slight improvement of economic conditions and the organisation of the European football championship in France, cafés/bars continued to exhibit a 3% current value sales decline, and a 2% transactions drop in 2016. While this followed a structural trend already highlighted in the review period, some conjectural factors also affected...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in New Zealand

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

With declining alcohol consumption and changing consumer preferences in New Zealand, bars/pubs registered the weakest foodservice value growth of 5% in 2016. Along with increasing health-consciousness among New Zealand consumers, stricter drink drive limits resulted in decreased demand for alcoholic drinks. As a result, many bars/pubs revamped...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Norway

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

A blurring of the boundaries between different channels in cafés/bars was increasingly evident in Norway in 2016. Various establishments in specialist coffee shops and bars/pubs continued to evolve so that it was increasingly obvious that they were encroaching on the market space of other channels. For example, the most successful bars/pubs...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Taiwan

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Coffee consumption continues to grow in sophistication in Taiwan, with more consumers drinking the beverage on a regular basis. Competition is intense, including from operators outside this category such as convenience store chains, kiosks and fast food breakfast chains. Cafés and specialist coffee shops have, in general, begun a shift toward...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in the Netherlands

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

After near consistent decline or stagnation throughout the review period, cafés/bars managed to buck the trend and display renewed signs of strength in 2016. The number of newly opened outlets nearly matched those that were closed, resulting in only marginal outlet decline on balance. This development was particularly promising as one of the...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Denmark

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Chained cafés/bars accounted for a value share of only 14% within cafés/bars in 2016, but it was the chains that recorded the highest current value growth. Chains continued opening new outlets, in not only Copenhagen and Aarhus, but also in medium-sized Danish cities, in particular, the Danish juice/smoothies bar brand Joe & The Juice, which...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Colombia

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Juice/smoothie bars witnessed a phenomenon in 2015 and 2016; Cosechas Express. This Costa Rican franchise experienced an outstanding performance in Colombia over the review period, almost doubling its number of outlets year-on-year since it arrived in Colombia. The strong contribution of Cosechas Express aided the development of cafés/bars...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in China

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

The coffee-drinking population is steadily rising in such a traditional tea-drinking country as China. Mounting pressure from life and work gives rise to an increase in coffee consumption, backed up by rising disposable income. Moreover, the growing acceptance of Western culture, among young consumers especially, has resulted in consumers...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Spain

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

In Spain, cafés/bars continued to enjoy positive growth in 2016, with real GDP growth in Spain of 3.2% according to OECD. In 2016, the category grew by 2% in current value terms which was similar to the growth seen in 2015. In spite of the better situation of the country both in economic and political terms, the fierce competition from fast...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Slovakia

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cafés/bars sales were positively impacted by the improving economic situation in Slovakia and the fact that Slovak consumers were more willing to spend. Premiumisation was visible throughout the market with health and wellness aspects, especially in terms of product novelties introduced. These included drinking coffee that is roasted directly...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Turkey

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, cafés/bars continued to benefit from increasing consumer demand for coffee and the significant expansion of specialist coffee shops. Consequently, compared to the review period current value CAGR of 5%, cafés/bars registered a stronger gain of 8%. Euromonitor International’s Cafés/Bars in Turkey report offers a comprehensive...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in the United Arab Emirates

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cafés is the most dynamic category in 2016 with home grown concepts catching consumer attention. Operators of cafés compete with specialist coffee shops by providing greater menu variety. Euromonitor International’s Cafés/Bars in United Arab Emirates report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Finland

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cafés/bars were no longer just quick stopping places, and in 2016 the trend was to create a café or a bar with an atmosphere suitable for the target customer by investing in interiors, customer service, and the quality of food and drinks. New cafés were also offering home-like interiors where customers could take their time without having...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Germany

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Independent cafés/bars recorded positive current value growth for the third consecutive year in 2016, following a number of years of decline. This can likely be attributed to the ongoing favourable economic climate. This meant that at the end of the review period both independent and chained cafés/bars posted similar performances in terms...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Morocco

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cafés/bars in Morocco posted value growth of 3% at current prices in 2016, to reach sales of MAD16.8 billion. This perfomance, albeit positive, reflects a slowdown when compared to the results of previous years. This is explained by the weak economic situation that Morocco witnessed in 2016, when tourism declined and inflation reached higher...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Venezuela

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Panaderías solve many common and frequent needs in a one-stop venue, and these outlets are often conveniently located. They perform as a mix of bakery, fast food outlet, retail store and café. Prices, menus and environments are varied but are generally more affordable than many fast food brands. They all offer a good assortment of sweet and...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Singapore

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Chained specialist coffee shops was the fastest-growing category in 2016, with a 10% value sales rise, mainly owing to strong growth among local coffee chains. Many local chains such as Ya Kun Kaya Toast and Killiney Kopitiam continued to add more outlets in 2016. Newer brands such as Wang Café, Heavenly Wang, Fun Toast and Coffee Hive also...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Ukraine

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cafés/bars received substantial support in development on the part of consumers as well as owners in 2016. This was primarily due to the fact that small bars, pubs and cafés are cheaper to open than a large night club or a restaurant. Furthermore, the cocktail trend continues to be popular, which is an additional incentive for the opening...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Thailand

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Petrol station companies are focusing on expanding their retailing business including operating their own specialist coffee shops. Since the oil business showed negative growth during the review period, most petrol station companies are diversifying their business to other industries. The competition between petrol stations’ specialist coffee...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in the Czech Republic

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

In December 2016 a new governmental regulation, electronic evidence of revenues, was implemented. This required every outlet operator to invest in or upgrade their cash register and internet connection, as every transaction must be directly reported to the Financial Bureau of the Czech Republic. Many small outlets ceased operations due to...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Argentina

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

In the review period, the economic crisis seriously impacted on historic cafés/bars in the City of Buenos Aires. Many of them had to close or change category. Among the most outstanding cases was the traditional Richmond, inaugurated in 1917 and one of the favourites of the writer Jorge Luis Borges. It closed in 2011 and became a clothing...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Mexico

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

In response to the rising expectations of consumers, cafés/bars operators in Mexico are increasingly attempting to offer more sophisticated experiences. Many chained and independent bars/pubs now focus on artisanal or premium beers and other alcoholic drinks, while the number of specialist coffee shops offering exclusive coffee blends continues...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Poland

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Poles, whose purchasing power generally increased opted to increase their frequency of visits to cafés/bars in 2016. Value sales grew 3% in 2016, a much better performance than the previous three years, when value sales declined. The trend was linked to increased consumer spending. Cafés/bars suffered a continuous decline in the number of...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Italy

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Coffee remains one of the most important drinks for Italian consumers, representing a third of overall revenues for an average bar or café in the country. Most coffees, including cappuccino and caffè latte, are made between breakfast and lunch time, with the average price for a coffee varying from EUR0.86 in Naples or Rome to EUR1.08 in Bologna....

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Indonesia

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

During 2016, many of the leading cafés/bars operators in the country established new outlets in smaller cities across Indonesia, given that bigger cities such as Jakarta, Surabaya and Bandung were already saturated. Starbucks, the leading brand in cafés/bars, opened outlets in major cities outside Java such as Balikpapan, while Excelso Café...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Sweden

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

A key trend that affected cafés/bars during 2016 was the expansion of foodservice and menu options in outlets, to somewhat mimic the offerings of other consumer foodservice categories, in order to widen the consumer base. For instance, more cafés and specialist coffee shops have started to offer alcoholic beverages, to provide a similar experience...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Switzerland

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016, a further division in cafés/bars emerged in Switzerland. On the one hand, many traditional Swiss cafés, especially in rural and touristic areas, faced declining sales and profitability, due to the expensive Swiss franc and consequent decline in touristic sales. On the other hand, in urbanised areas, where the post-recession era led...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Ireland

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

In-bound tourism in Ireland recorded very good growth in 2016, thanks to the rising number of overseas, British and mainland Europe visitors to the country in the year. With Ireland being the home of pubs, traditional Irish pubs are very typical destinations and definitely a “must” for all tourists, so sales in these outlets rose because of...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Chile

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cafés and specialist coffee shops registered strong performances in 2016. Growth was driven by consumers perceiving coffee as an accessible luxury therefore transactions continued to increase despite the economic scenario. Euromonitor International’s Cafés/Bars in Chile report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Malaysia

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Existing players introduce great value meals like holiday set meals, value set lunch and weekday set meals to encourage more consumption. In addition, Old Town White Coffee’s extension of its serving time and various value set meals available for breakfast and supper draws consumers to keep visiting cafés/bars. Besides that, new products are...

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May 2017