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Street Stalls/Kiosks in the US

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

State and local governments in 2015 continued to consider legislation regarding food truck operations, but while some legislative efforts would prove a boon to the food truck industry, others would constrain it. In an effort to support food trucks’ performance in the state, the Virginia state legislature in 2015 passed a bill which officially...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Singapore

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

2015 continued to witness a strong performance from 100% home delivery/takeaway as time-strapped individuals found the format convenient. Singapore has a very work-centric culture, which sees working overtime a common occurrence. This leaves many individuals with little time to prepare their dinner at home. In many instances, consumers resort...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in the US

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

100% home delivery/takeaway operators in the US are mainly benefiting from the expansion of relatively nascent online ordering capabilities. Key operators have leveraged platforms across multiple devices to provide a more multi-faceted array of ordering options for consumers. For example, Domino’s has leveraged its mobile phone application...

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May 2016

Self-Service Cafeterias in the US

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Traditional self-service cafeterias in the US remained on a downward trajectory in 2015 in terms of both value sales and number of outlets. Chains like Piccadilly Restaurants, which have seen a sharp decline in popularity over the last several years, were previously popular destinations for consumers. The steady decline in sales for Furr’s...

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May 2016

Self-Service Cafeterias in Ukraine

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Traditionally known as “push the tray”, self-service cafeterias managed to build a strong customer base during the years of economic instability. If in the past these foodservice outlets mainly targeted customers with average and below-average incomes, by the end of the review period they aimed to serve wider groups of consumers. Self-service...

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May 2016

Fast Food in Thailand

41 pages • By Euromonitor International

International brands specialising in different fast food cuisines entered the dynamic fast food category in 2015. Some examples were chicken fast food brands, such as Hot Star from Taiwan and Texas Chicken from the US, and premium burger brands such as Teddy’s Bigger Burgers from the US. Even though brand loyalty of existing chained fast food...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Vietnam

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

A number of chained full-service restaurants in Vietnam have recently received millions of dollars of investment from foreign funds. For example, in late 2014 Mark Mobius’ Franklin Templeton agreed to inject USD11 million into the chain of Mon Hue Restaurant, developed by Huy Vietnam Group. Also, earlier, in September 2014, Standard Chartered...

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May 2016

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Ukraine

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015, in the largest Ukrainian cities, street food festivals rapidly gained popularity, introducing a large number of new, short-term independent street stalls/kiosks players. Located in various leisure areas, street food markets have become highly popular due to citizens’ ability to try unusual dishes, discover healthier street food formats...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Ukraine

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants performed well in foodservice value terms in 2015. However, the number of transactions declined further, with value growth achieved through rising unit prices.Euromonitor International’s Full-Service Restaurants in Ukraine report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Turkey

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015, increasing food prices, especially meat prices, and macroeconomic deterioration, which has led to a decline in consumer confidence, negatively impacted the performance of full-service restaurants. These trends pushed price-sensitive consumers towards cheaper options such as cafés/bars and fast food restaurants. Full-service restaurants...

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May 2016

Cafés/Bars in Thailand

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

The slowdown of the Thai economy negatively impacted the performance of bars/pubs whose service was slightly more expensive at the beginning of 2015. In addition, as foreign tourists compose a high proportion of bar-goers in Thailand, the explosion at the centre of Bangkok in August 2015 deterred a number of foreign visitors and adversely...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Saudi Arabia

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

The high levels of disposable income which prevail among the Saudi population, coupled with the harsh climatic conditions in the country and the relatively limited range of other pastimes and leisure activities make eating out and shopping the entertainment of choice for a large segment of the Saudi population. Full-service restaurants benefits...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Sweden

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

Wider trends in foodservice are also influencing the development of full-service restaurants, in particular growing demand for vegetarian/vegan alternatives as consumers seek to reduce their meat consumption. This is being driven by various factors. Firstly, meat is continuing to receive a bad press on the health front. Animal welfare and...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Thailand

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

As Thai consumers were becoming more and more health conscious, full-service restaurant companies were required to adapt to this evolving trend. In addition to new healthy food and beverages added to menus, restaurants that specialise in using organic or locally sourced products were also gaining popularity. Restaurants with salad bars, such...

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May 2016

Self-Service Cafeterias in Thailand

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias are more common in captive institutional locations such as schools and offices, which usually provide canteens for students and workers. They are not widespread among foodservice chains in Thailand.Euromonitor International’s Self-Service Cafeterias in Thailand report offers a comprehensive guide to the size...

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May 2016

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Turkey

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015, street stalls/kiosks continued to benefit from the increasing number of shopping malls in Turkey, which has led to increasing numbers of different outlets that sell a wide range of products such as corn in cups, ice cream and chocolate fondue. Consequently, street stalls/kiosks registered current value growth of 2% in 2015, which...

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May 2016

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Singapore

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

The completion of Seletar Mall, One KM Shopping and Paya Lebar Square towards the end of the review period contributed to a healthy supply of street stalls/kiosks due to the opening of more food courts. In addition, the government introduced two new hawker centres in the towns of Bukit Panjang and Hougang in 2015. This allowed street stalls/kiosks...

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May 2016

Cafés/Bars in Sweden

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

Chained cafés/bars registered current value growth of 9% in 2015, a significantly stronger performance than the 4% gain recorded by independents. However, chains accounted for just 16% of overall value sales, being strongest in specialist coffee shops with a value share of 60% and juice/smoothie bars with a share of 58%. Consequently, the...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Hong Kong, China

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

100% home delivery/takeaway recorded a 1% decline in current value terms in 2015, largely affected by the sluggish performance of pizza 100% home delivery/takeaway. This category faced rapidly increasing competition from pizza full-service restaurants and pizza fast food, a growing number of which expanded to delivery and takeaway services...

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May 2016

McDonald%s Bulgaria EOOD in Consumer Foodservice (Switzerland)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

The company aims to strengthen its position in Switzerland, through innovation in its restaurant models, menu, ingredients and service, while focusing on a more localised strategy. The rollout of its various new concepts is expected to continue during the forecast period, including “Salad Bar”, and “Service at the Table”. Moreover, the company...

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Fast Food in Hong Kong, China

41 pages • By Euromonitor International

Due to the majority Chinese population in Hong Kong, Asian fast food remains the most popular within fast food. In 2015, the leading chains, including Café de Coral, Maxim’s, Fairwood, Tai Hing and Tsui Wah, accounted for over 80% of value sales in chained Asian fast food, serving variety of Chinese and fusion food to customers. As health-consciousness...

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May 2016

Self-Service Cafeterias in Belgium

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Legislative uncertainty had a stronger impact on full-service restaurants, fast food and cafés/bars in 2015 than on self-service cafeterias. The category, in fact, is monopolised by chained players, which were already fully complying with fiscal legislation and were not significantly affected by the introduction of the “Black Box”.Euromonitor...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in China

115 pages • By Euromonitor International

Overall consumer foodservice in China saw impressive current value growth in 2015, indicating recovery from sluggish performance in the review period. The high-end foodservice market stabilised after the sharp decline caused by the strong influence of the strict anti-corruption campaign during 2013 and 2014 while mass consumption registered...

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Consumer Foodservice in Belgium

110 pages • By Euromonitor International

High labour and administrative costs, coupled with looming stricter fiscal legislation resulted in a significant drop in outlets in 2015. However, despite the difficult context, value sales did not decline in 2015. In fact, the industry showed signs of recovery in 2015, with fast casual outlets performing very well. On the other hand, higher...

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Consumer Foodservice in Peru

107 pages • By Euromonitor International

Peruvian gastronomy is well known for its ingredients and indigenous influences, winning for the fourth consecutive year the “Leading Culinary Destination” from the World Travel Awards. This award not only puts Peru in the spotlight but it also enhances Peruvians’ own identity and culture, who feel proud of their country due to its gastronomy.Euromonitor...

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Consumer Foodservice in Indonesia

126 pages • By Euromonitor International

Multiple economic headwinds in Indonesia resulted in slightly slower GDP growth of below 5% in 2015, which led many economic sectors to experience slower growth, if not declines. The consumer foodservice industry was no exception, with negative growth recorded in terms of the number of outlets during the year. Many independent and chained...

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Consumer Foodservice in Hong Kong, China

118 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite rising operational challenges, consumer foodservice in Hong Kong remained resilient and recorded value growth in 2015. Dynamic developments were implemented by leading consumer foodservice operators in an attempt to cater to changing consumer preferences, as the appetite for foodservice amongst consumers in Hong Kong remained strong....

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Consumer Foodservice By Location in Switzerland

39 pages • By Euromonitor International

Foodservice through standalone remained the largest category in 2015, accounting for 63% of total outlets in Switzerland. Standalone outlets are usually located in areas of high pedestrian traffic, and as a result are attractive places for Swiss consumers to meet friends and family. However this area is very mature and entails large start-up...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice By Location in Chile

39 pages • By Euromonitor International

Economic deceleration has impacted the consumer foodservice sector in Chile, with consumers preferring to eat at home in order to save money in face of economic turmoil and uncertainty. As such, overall performance for the industry in 2015 has been slower than previously recorded growth rates. However, there are certain locations that have...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice By Location in Bulgaria

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

Multiple factors affected consumer foodservice in 2015. On the one hand, growth in available commercial space at shopping centres, the development of small sports facilities and less rainfall boosted performance at retail and leisure locations; on the other hand, declining tourist visits and limited road construction hurt sales at lodging...

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May 2016