About 400 reports

Full-Service Restaurants in South Korea

42 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sales per transaction in full-service restaurants are low in South Korea compared to what they are in other developed countries. The reason is mainly due to the preponderance of Asian full-service restaurants, many of which are small-sized outlets selling very simple meals such as pork cutlets, ddukbokki, gimbap, etc at less than high prices....

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Sep 2015

Consumer Foodservice in South Korea

117 pages • By Euromonitor International

Nearly all consumer foodservices managed to show positive growth in value sales, transactions, and outlets in 2014. However, cafés/bars showed negative growth due to disappointing performance in bars/pubs and especially juice/smoothie bars. Both markets are absorbed by other replaceable markets such as chicken fast food and specialist coffee...

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Sep 2015

Cafés/Bars in New Zealand

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 saw the continuation of cafés/bars expanding menus to compete with fast food outlets and restaurants; along with longer opening hours to capture breakfast and lunchtime consumers, as well as light dinner patronage. The casual dining experience offered by cafés/bars along with quick service of quality food has meant many cafés/bars compete...

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Sep 2015

Restaurants in Norway (2015) – Market Sizes

By Mintel

Restaurants in Norway by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2015. 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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Sep 2015

Self-Service Cafeterias in New Zealand

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

The strongest trend experienced over the review period was the resurgence in popularity of Asian food halls which are the typical type of self-service cafeterias in New Zealand. This resurgence was first experienced with the downturn in the economy where consumers were frugal with money spend and Asian food hall cuisine was considered cheap,...

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Sep 2015

Street Stalls/Kiosks in New Zealand

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

The main trend that has influenced street stalls/kiosks over the review period has been the notable increase in Asian populations, particularly in Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand. According to a study (conducted by the National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, the University of Waikato and Massey University in 2014),...

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Sep 2015

Consumer Foodservice in New Zealand

128 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 saw many foodservice operators increase prices based on rising costs, such as labour. Due to an improved economy, higher prices could be better absorbed by consumers. In addition, menu prices were higher due to more premium offerings. As a result, value growth was strong through most foodservice types, and well up on 2013. In particular,...

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Sep 2015

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in New Zealand

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 saw an increase of online ordering, particularly within chained outlets. All pizza chained outlets have a number of ways to order, other than directly, including telephone, online and in some cases through mobile phones and ordering apps.Euromonitor International's 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in New Zealand report offers a comprehensive...

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Sep 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in New Zealand

41 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 saw price increases on most menus of full-service restaurants due to escalating costs, particularly labour costs which saw the minimal wage increase in 2014. Other costs included rental premises, electricity and ingredients (particularly dairy) also increase. In particular, restaurants looked for innovative ways to prepare meat dishes...

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Sep 2015

Self-Service Cafeterias in Indonesia

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Growing demand for fast and affordable consumer foodservice options is the main driver of growth in self-service cafeterias. Low-income and middle-income workers as well as students on limited incomes are the major consumer groups for self-service cafeterias. These consumers tend to be away from home for at least half of the day and they often...

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Sep 2015

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Indonesia

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Pizza 100% home delivery/takeaway continued to expand during the review period, with new outlets opening in several of Indonesia’s major cities including Jabodetabek, Bogor, Bandung, Surabaya and Denpasar. With dynamic outlet volume growth of 150% and 60% in 2011 and 2012 respectively, growth started to slow down to 18% in 2013 and 11% in...

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Sep 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Indonesia

130 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice continued to see healthy current value growth towards the end of the review period. Full-service restaurants, fast food and street stalls/kiosks remain the major drivers of growth, registering faster growth than the previous year. The strong performances of these categories were mainly due to the busy and hectic lifestyles...

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Sep 2015

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Indonesia

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Street stalls/kiosks remains among the most affordable consumer foodservice channels in Indonesia and it is also one of the most prevalent, alone accounting for 46% of outlets overall in consumer foodservice in 2014. These outlets are widely present across the country, offering a wide variety of dishes and also attracting consumers by offering...

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Sep 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in Indonesia

46 pages • By Euromonitor International

Indonesian consumers, particularly those living in urban areas, are becoming increasingly busy, which means that they are spending more time away from home. Their hectic lifestyles place limits on the amount of time that consumers have for cooking and preparing food at home and this boosted growth in full-service restaurants over the review...

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Sep 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in France

44 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 was again a complex year for full-service restaurants in France. VAT increased from 7% to 10%. Transactions continued to decline, as consumers continued to reduce their expenditure when eating out. In addition, urban citizens want to eat quickly and cheaply at lunch, and continued to prefer fast food and other alternative consumer foodservice...

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Sep 2015

Self-Service Cafeterias in France

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

The increase of VAT from 7% to 10% in January 2014 reinforced the difficulties of self-service cafeterias in France. As happened over the review period, consumers preferred other types of foodservice establishments, notably fast food, which are less expensive, more modern and more adapted to eat quickly and on-the-go. In addition, the unfavourable...

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Sep 2015

Consumer Foodservice in France

133 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2014 consumer foodservice performed slightly better in current value terms than in the review period. Consumers’ disaffection was stronger, but this was balanced by a slower decrease in the number of outlets. Chained operators maintained their dynamic expansion strategies despite an economic context in which consumers were still careful...

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Sep 2015

Street Stalls/Kiosks in France

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

The growing population living in urban areas continued to boost the sales of street stalls/kiosks in 2014. According to Euromonitor International, there were 25.6 million people in households in urban areas in 2014, up from 25.3 million the year before. As the majority of them need to travel, as they live in the suburbs, demand for products...

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Sep 2015

Self-Service Cafeterias in Saudi Arabia

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias remained a niche concept in Saudi Arabia at the end of the review period, as the number of outlets in the channel increased to 46, up from 44 in 2013. This concept continues to suffer due to its limited consumer base. Religious law in Saudi Arabia prohibits women from mixing with men who are not family members. Consequently,...

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Sep 2015

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Saudi Arabia

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

100% home delivery/takeaway remained an underdeveloped channel in consumer foodservice in Saudi Arabia towards the end of the review period. Despite only comprising only 184 outlets in 2014, growth in value sales and transactions volume terms stemmed almost exclusively from the opening of new outlets during the year by both Domino’s Pizza...

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Sep 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Saudi Arabia

120 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice in Saudi Arabia witnessed strong value growth during the review period as the Saudi government’s efforts to boost GDP and disposable incomes proved fruitful. Total GDP in the Kingdom rose by an impressive SAR2.9 billion in 2014, up from the SAR2.8 billion registered during the previous year. In addition, GDP growth accelerated...

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Sep 2015

Cafés/Bars in Saudi Arabia

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite Saudi Arabia's strict legislation and conservative culture which sees men and women banned from mixing in public, cafés/bars continue to benefit from being popular meeting places, particularly among businesspeople and the country's large population of young adults. Chained specialist coffee shops, in particular, continued to post strong...

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Sep 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in Saudi Arabia

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants has been among the main beneficiaries of the efforts of the Saudi government to raise disposable incomes in Saudi Arabia since 2012. With other leisure pursuits such as cinemas and drinking alcohol outlawed, going out for food and to go shopping remained increasingly popular towards the end of the review period. Full-service...

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Sep 2015

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Saudi Arabia

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Street stalls/kiosks benefited from a continuing development of shopping centres in Saudi Arabia towards the end of the review period. As the government aims to diversify the economy, it continues to invest in new retail developments, resulting in ongoing outlet expansion in street stalls/kiosks. In 2014, the number of chained outlets in the...

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Sep 2015

BJ%s Restaurants, Inc. (USA)

10 pages • By Global Industry Analysts

This report presents quick facts about BJ's Restaurants, Inc., which is principally involved in Restaurants Business. Illustrated with 8 tables, the report showcases the company’s key markets and market position as against its competitors operating in the industry.

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Sep 2015

Indian Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) Industry: Trends & Opportunities (2015-2019)

60 pages • By Daedal Research

Scope of the reportThe report titled “Indian Quick Service Restaurant Industry- Trends and Opportunities (2015-2019)” provides an insight into the functioning and growth of quick service restaurants in the country. The report assesses the Indian QSR market over the years with detailed analysis. The report discusses key factors...

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Sep 2015

Restaurants in Vietnam (2015) – Market Sizes

By Mintel

Restaurants in Vietnam by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2015. 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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Aug 2015

Restaurants in Japan (2015) – Market Sizes

By Mintel

Restaurants in Japan by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2015. 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 numbers...

450 599 302
Aug 2015

Restaurants in Canada (2015) – Market Sizes

By Mintel

Restaurants in Canada by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2015. 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...

450 599 302
Aug 2015

Soup Restaurant Group Limited - Company Profile and Financial Analysis

28 pages • By Canadean Ltd

SummaryCanadean's "Soup Restaurant Group Limited - Company Profile and Financial Analysis" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, financial ratios, financial analysis, key employees, company locations and subsidiaries.Key...

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Aug 2015