About 300 reports

Consumer Foodservice in the Netherlands

116 pages • By Euromonitor International

The Dutch consumer foodservice channel achieved an increase in value sales in 2014, although negative economic conditions had an adverse effect on some categories. While some categories were affected by the economic crisis, such as cafés/bars, others like 100% home delivery/takeaway registered healthy growth. Despite signs of an economic recovery...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Venezuela

112 pages • By Euromonitor International

Price increases over inflation benefited consumer foodservice brands and allowed positive value growth in 2014. Transactions recorded a negative performance as most consumers faced strong budgetary constraints. Given the context of annual inflation of over 50%, many individuals had to reduce their visits to consumer foodservice outlets and...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Ireland

119 pages • By Euromonitor International

Ireland’s economic fortunes continue to see strong improvements, with the foodservice industry expected to benefit from a rise in consumer confidence and an increase in disposable income levels. New brands entering Ireland in 2014, such as JD Wetherspoon (JD Wetherspoon Plc), as well as the strong expansion of established brands, indicated...

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Jun 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in Chile

37 pages • By Euromonitor International

The economic slowdown in Chile during 2014 had a strong negative impact on consumer foodservice performance, with full service restaurants not being an exception. With quite healthy current value sales growth of 8%, the performance of the area did not match growth rates experienced over the review period, mostly due to the fact consumers resorted...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Morocco

107 pages • By Euromonitor International

Morocco is stable politically and is showing important economic growth. Moreover, Morocco is a tourist destination country and it succeeded in attracting around 11 million tourists by the end of 2014. This, in turn, enabled foodservice operators to benefit from the purchases made by consumers with higher purchasing power. Moreover, the purchasing...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in the Czech Republic

120 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice in the Czech Republic recorded a decline in current value terms in 2014 as a result of increased household demand for purchasing long-term durable goods. The policy of devaluation of the koruna (CZK) by the Czech Central Bank had a negative impact on Czech imports and thus moderated the effect of decreasing prices of some...

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Jun 2015

Cafés/Bars in Denmark

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

During the review period, cafés and specialist coffee shops experienced increasingly intense competition due to the expansion plans of the leading players. While cafés are traditionally very popular among Danes, the channel is experiencing tough competition from increasingly popular specialist coffee shops chains such as Baresso Coffee and...

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Jun 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in Bulgaria

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Health conscious consumption is becoming increasingly important in Bulgaria. This is evident across various consumer foodservice channels as more consumers are looking for high-quality products and healthy eating options. This has led to the emergence of special healthy menus as well as the regular adoption of freshly cooked lunch menus prepared...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Bulgaria

118 pages • By Euromonitor International

The Bulgarian consumer foodservice industry experienced a positive turnaround in 2014. Sales grew thanks to innovative offerings in key categories as well as price stabilisation, which positively affected transactions volume growth. Consumers are increasingly seeking high-quality service and are prepared to pay more for relatively innovative...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Chile

113 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2014, the consumer foodservice industry was negatively impacted by the economic slowdown in Chile. Consumer foodservice expenditure and growth is closely correlated with consumer disposable incomes and overall market confidence, as eating out is still considered a luxury among many Chileans. As a result, consumers usually reduce the number...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Belgium

114 pages • By Euromonitor International

High labour and administrative costs, coupled with looming stricter fiscal legislation, resulted in a significant decline in outlet numbers in 2014. This negatively impacted the value performance. However, despite the overall negative performance, chained outlets in most channels saw a very positive performance, both in terms of outlet openings...

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Jun 2015

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Belgium

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

The main factor behind the positive performance of home delivery/takeaway in 2014 was the development of online ordering. In fact, due to the growth of third-party online ordering platforms such as Justeat.be and Pizza.be, several players started to offer online ordering services. The expansion of Pizza Hut was another key factor behind the...

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Jun 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in South Africa

38 pages • By Euromonitor International

The South African economic and socio-economic environment continued to face constraints in 2014 such as rising utility and fuel costs, high income inequity, high unemployment and labour market volatility. Financially constrained households continued to seek value offerings across consumer goods markets, including foodservice. High-income earners,...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Austria

120 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice largely stagnated in 2014 and recorded even lower value growth than the CAGR of the review period. It suffered under the difficult economic climate, which was characterised by stagnation in consumer spending and rising unemployment. Many consumers tried to save money by eating and drinking out less, which pressurised independent...

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Jun 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in Morocco

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants saw a 5% increase in value sales to reach MAD4.1 billion in 2014. This growth was mainly driven by higher-income consumers in the country who are willing to pay higher prices in order to enjoy good quality meals in full-service restaurants with their families and friends. The growing number of tourist arrivals, which...

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Jun 2015

Cafés/Bars in Austria

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Due to the uncertain economic climate, increasing unemployment and declining disposable incomes, Austrian consumers generally went out less in 2014, impacting the sales of bars, night clubs, pubs and cafés. Drops in outlet numbers and value sales in 2014 were both slightly worse than the respective CAGR declines over the review period.Euromonitor...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in Finland

114 pages • By Euromonitor International

The year 2014 was challenging for consumer foodservice. In addition to the unstable economy and elevated unemployment, the government also increased alcohol taxes which caused serious concern among entrepreneurs. While some improvement was witnessed in value sales in 2014 over the previous year, and some foodservice categories recorded increased...

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Jun 2015

Cafés/Bars in Belgium

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Several factors determined the negative performance of cafés/bars in Belgium in 2014. The decline was very strong throughout the whole review period, especially due to the smoking ban introduced in 2011. The negative effects of the smoking ban were still felt in 2014.Euromonitor International’s Cafés/Bars in Belgium report offers a...

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Jun 2015

Consumer Foodservice in South Africa

111 pages • By Euromonitor International

The South African economy continued to suffer over 2013/2014. Structural problems continued to impede economic growth, with rising utility and fuel costs and other inflationary pressures driving interest rate hikes.Euromonitor International’s Consumer Foodservice in South Africa report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape...

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Jun 2015

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Denmark

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

The popularity of 100% home delivery/takeaway is growing in Denmark, especially in urban areas, where Danes are increasingly busy with work and study, which is making them more willing to pay extra for quick and easy dinner options rather than spend time preparing meals themselves. The key factor influencing growth in the category is the convenience...

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Jun 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in Belgium

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 was yet another difficult year for full-service restaurants, a channel which traditionally consists of independent players. The tightening of fiscal legislation, the anxiety about the introduction of the “Black Box” from January 2015 and high labour costs make it very hard for most independent players to survive. As a result of this context,...

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Jun 2015

Full-Service Restaurants in the Czech Republic

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

In contrast to the negative CAGR of 3% over the review period, full-service restaurants experienced recovery in 2014, with a current value increase of 1%. The enhanced performance resulted from a general improvement in the economic situation, consumers’ increased preference for eating out and from innovations and investments in foodservice.Euromonitor...

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Jun 2015

Self-Service Cafeterias in Finland

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

The year 2014 proved very challenging for self-service cafeterias as the economic downturn took its toll. According to S Group, which operates the ABC chain, the time for large service stations was over. As sales fell, the profitability of self-service cafeterias at service stations suffered badly. In order to turn things around the ABC chain...

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Jun 2015

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Bulgaria

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

2014 was a more stable year in terms of social dynamics in Bulgaria, which contributed to the recovery of sales in street stalls/kiosks. The sustained public protests which largely defined Bulgarian society during 2013 occupied many of the central pedestrian squares in key cities for a substantial proportion of the year, thus reducing the...

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Jun 2015

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Austria

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

As the number of street stalls/kiosks continued to decline at a relatively high level in 2014, overall value sales experienced solid growth. Given the stagnation in transactions this was the result of price increases and growing demand for higher-priced food products and products of higher quality and hence the strong performance of newer...

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Jun 2015

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Austria

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer demand for home delivery/takeaway increased in Austria in 2014, although this was not recognised in 100% home delivery/takeaway. The reason was that many successful home delivery/takeaway concepts did not fall under this definition as their operators did not solely focus on home delivery/takeaway. On the whole, 100% home delivery/takeaway...

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Jun 2015

Self-Service Cafeterias in Denmark

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

In general, self-service cafeterias are not the most popular eating places in Denmark and the channel did not perform well during the review period. Sales in the channel are decreasing due to the declining numbers of visits being paid to self-cafeterias by Danes, many of whom are sceptical towards the taste and quality of the food on offer...

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Jun 2015

Self-Service Cafeterias in Belgium

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Legislative pressure resulted in yet another negative year for self-service cafeterias in Belgium. Following the bankruptcy of COS - Catering Operating Solutions in 2013, in 2014 AC Restaurants continued its negative trend, whilst Carestel and Hema Cafeteria were forced to close several outlets.Euromonitor International’s Self-Service...

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Jun 2015

Cafés/Bars in Finland

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

New menu items, with exotic origins and ingredients, as well as more niche offerings, such as craft beer and wine from small vineyards became fashionable in 2014 as new cafés and bars opened their doors. Moreover, as the low-carb fashion, which peaked in the review period, declined in Finland, salty snacks became an increasingly stronger trend....

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Jun 2015

Self-Service Cafeterias in Austria

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias is well established in Austria as outlets where consumers can have a rest and choose from a good choice of quick and inexpensive meals of good quality. These cafeterias can typically be found in retail outlets such as hypermarkets, shopping centres and furniture stores or along motorways. However, in 2014, the decline...

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Jun 2015