About 400 reports

Self-Service Cafeterias in Italy

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias was affected by the ongoing economic crisis in Italy, with many consumers deciding to use the vouchers often provided by employers to be spent to cover lunch for their grocery shopping instead. Many of the largest grocery retailers accept vouchers for regular shopping in Italy, and they were used to replace regular...

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Oct 2014

Consumer Foodservice in Italy

121 pages • By Euromonitor International

As the Italian economy showed only mild signs of recovery in 2013, recording a less steep GDP decline than in 2012, Italian consumers maintained a very cautious approach to out-of-home spending. This attitude was reinforced by the soaring rate of unemployment and the increase in the cost of living, linked to the recent VAT increases. As a...

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Oct 2014

Full-Service Restaurants in Israel

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants have entered into the delivery market by marketing their delivery services and investing in mobile applications with customer service and high level management systems. For example, when ordering by telephone from Japanika, an Asian cuisine restaurant, the caller reaches a delivery system which transfers the order...

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Oct 2014

Consumer Foodservice in Vietnam

101 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice performance improved in 2013 due to a number of factors. One of the main reasons was the increase in average unit prices. Despite the fact that economic conditions remained difficult in 2013, the majority of foodservice outlets continued to increase their prices due to rising input costs (eg electronic, water, fuel or...

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Oct 2014

Full-Service Restaurants in Vietnam

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite the poor economy, most full-service restaurants continued to strongly increase their unit prices, with average unit prices within full-service restaurants rising by 8% in 2013. Besides the increase of many input costs such as raw materials, fuel and labour costs, full-service restaurant operators also raised their unit prices. Indeed,...

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Oct 2014

Consumer Foodservice in Israel

103 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice saw an increase in value terms in 2013. A large part of this growth is due to the social habit of eating out as a leisure activity. After long hours at the office, people become less concerned with how much more expensive it is to eat out as opposed to eating at home, and therefore splurge on eating out occasionally. During...

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Oct 2014

Hospitality sector in India - a snapshot

11 pages • By Madras Consultancy Group

India is ranked 11th among attractive destinations in the Asia Pacific region according to World Economic Forum. Foreign tourist arrivals increased from 5.78 million to 6.97 million during 2010 to 2013 registering a growth rate of 8%. Apart from leisure tourism, business travel to India is also on the rise owing to the robust economic growth....

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Oct 2014

Yum! Brands Inc in Consumer Foodservice (World)

43 pages • By Euromonitor International

Health scares in China, Yum! Brands’ highest growing market, created a difficult year for the foodservice giant. But as the company recovers in this country, revitalization of its US business combined with expansion in other markets should see the company return to growth.Euromonitor International’s Yum! Brands Inc in Consumer Foodservice...

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Oct 2014

Foodservice in Latin America: Long-term Opportunities in a Major Growth Region

47 pages • By Euromonitor International

Latin America continues to be among the most attractive long-term growth regions, due to the presence of both large and fast-growing Brazil as well as many smaller, rapidly developing markets that have high potential for future chained development. Despite economic instability in a few key markets, foodservice in the region continues to grow...

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Oct 2014

Cafés/Bars in Poland

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

2013 was a difficult year for cafés/bars. Bars/pubs lost due to the cocooning trend and changing habits of Poles who preferred to meet up with friends at home or gave up going to the pub at all. Cafés and specialist coffee shops struggled with an increase in the rate of VAT levied on Italian coffee prepared with milk. Previously, café latte...

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Oct 2014

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Poland

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

In the era of widespread internet use on a daily basis, sales promotion via the internet is becoming a common form of promotion for 100% home delivery/takeaway. A growing number of companies are implementing online and mobile ordering systems and cooperating with web portals with foodservice offers. Pictures of meals and their descriptions...

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Oct 2014

Full-Service Restaurants in Poland

45 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2013, stagnation in full-service restaurants was seen. Poles were less likely to spend their money on non-essential needs. Some companies not coping with the decrease in the number of customers closed their business. On the other hand, restaurants were becoming increasingly popular venues for family celebrations such as baptisms, communions...

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Oct 2014

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Poland

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Street stalls/kiosks are struggling due to fierce competition from other foodservice categories, especially fast food, and consumers are becoming much more demanding with regards to the quality. The range of street stalls/kiosks offer is in general seen as lower quality than the food served in other premises. Another factor negatively influencing...

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Oct 2014

Self-Service Cafeterias in Poland

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

The economic downturn had a positive impact on self-service cafeterias. Consumers willingly chose the offer of affordable meals served by independent outlets. Self-service cafeterias’ offer is mostly served in the form of home meals. The offer of simple and typical Polish food attracted the greater number of customers who are paying more attention...

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Oct 2014

Consumer Foodservice in Poland

130 pages • By Euromonitor International

The prolonged economic slowdown seen in Poland has affected consumer foodservice in the country. In 2013, consumer foodservice registered a decrease in the number of transactions as customers limited their expenditure on dining out. The rising cost of living, including food prices, reduced the disposable income of customers. Amidst the current...

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Oct 2014

Full-Service Restaurants in Australia

35 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2013, there was a trade-down effect with consumers opting for more-convenient and less-expensive meals, despite improvements in consumer confidence and consumer spending since the GFC. This forced a number of traditionally higher-tier full-service restaurant operators to move towards more-casual offerings. Furthermore, it was reported by...

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Oct 2014

Full-Service Restaurants in India

42 pages • By Euromonitor International

With an increase in the number of people travelling abroad and exposure to a wide range of international cuisine, such meals are becoming more popular in India. Traditionally, only North Indian and South Indian cuisine were popular in India. Slowly, Chinese meals have made inroads and recorded steady growth. Over the review period, restaurants...

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Oct 2014

Consumer Foodservice in Australia

122 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2013, Australian consumers traded down as economic uncertainty continued. Industry sources reported that despite an increase in the frequency and the number of people eating out, consumers chose more-convenient and less-expensive meals. This benefited fast food restaurants and cafés, which made efforts to expand their menus and operational...

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Oct 2014

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Australia

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Current value growth of street stalls/kiosks slowed to 2% in 2013. The category recorded a 3% current CAGR over the review period. Outlet growth also slowed from that witnessed over the review period, with only 1% growth in 2013 reaching 4,280 outlets. Growth was mainly due to independent retailers, which increased by 3% in current value terms...

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Oct 2014

Consumer Foodservice in India

120 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice in India continued to record strong double-digit growth in current value terms in 2013. This growth was mainly driven by an increase in the average spending on eating out by middle-class households. This growth from urban areas was supported by an increase in the number of nuclear families and working women, steady growth...

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Oct 2014

Self-Service Cafeterias in Australia

21 pages • By Euromonitor International

Value sales of self-service cafeterias were impacted by a decline in the number of outlets in 2013. This type of business continued to be uncommon in Australia with only a few chained and independent outlets. In 2013, the smaller number of outlets of the leading operator MYO (Make Your Own) resulted in a current value decline. Thus, self-service...

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Oct 2014

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Belgium

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Players in 100% home delivery/takeaway were able to relax in 2013. The channel, which is planned to be targeted by the implementation of the “Black Box”, benefited from a respite in its implementation. This anti-tax evasion cash register should be implemented in early 2015 instead of 2013. Thus, the channel enjoyed the focus by Yum! Brands...

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Oct 2014

Self-Service Cafeterias in Belgium

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias was traditionally seen as an old-fashioned channel with limited room for growth – an image which gradually shifted towards the end of the review period. It expanded at an appreciable pace, notably due to Ikea and Lunch Garden. First, the cut prices of promotional meals and menus in Ikea outlets continued to cause problems...

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Oct 2014

Cafés/Bars in Belgium

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Belgium was one of the last countries to ban smoking in cafés/bars in Western Europe. Two and a half years after taking this belated decision, the assessment has been catastrophic for cafés/bars. Coupled with an increase of 20% in the price of beer, it had a disastrous effect on consumer footfall and sales from 2011 to 2013. Moreover, the...

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Oct 2014

Full-Service Restaurants in Belgium

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

Increased fraud, health security controls and flat economic growth made trade sources rather pessimistic for 2013. However, against all expectations, 2013 was again a year with a good performance for full-service restaurants. Outlets were full at weekends and on some weekday nights, at least until the autumn. Traditional taverns enjoyed good...

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Oct 2014

Consumer Foodservice in Belgium

127 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice in Belgium posted a static performance in current value terms in 2013. Even so, most players were concerned by the performance at the end of the year. Although optimistic at first, Belgians realised that their country was still in recession in 2012, which had a detrimental effect on consumer traffic and transactions. Then,...

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Oct 2014

Restaurant Market in India 2014

75 pages • By Netscribes (India) Pvt. Ltd.

Netscribes’ latest market research report titled Restaurant Market in India 2014 states that the restaurant market in India will grow at a steady pace in the coming years. The restaurant market size will grow further. The restaurant industry in India can be divided into a number of segments depending on what type of food they offer. Chain...

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Oct 2014

Cafés/Bars in Portugal

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Cafés/bars has reached saturation, tempered by the longstanding coffee house culture in Portugal and the development of new housing areas and shopping centres at the beginning of the review period. With the exception of rural and semi-rural areas, supply exceeded demand both in urban and tourist areas. In Portugal, the majority of cafés/bars...

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Oct 2014

Full-Service Restaurants in Switzerland

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

The continuing strength of the Swiss franc, despite its being pegged to the euro in September 2011, as well as the economic uncertainty in the EU and the economic turmoil in the US continued to negatively impact inbound tourism and thus the performance of full-service restaurants in 2013. In addition, a strong trend towards home cooking and...

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Oct 2014

Consumer Foodservice in Hungary

115 pages • By Euromonitor International

The economic recession put its mark on consumer foodservice in Hungary as outlet sizes kept declining and sales grew only marginally, below inflation. Unprofitable operators lost business, such as those impacted by recent changes in legislation, such as the ban on sales of tobacco and operating slot machines in pubs, restaurants and other...

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Oct 2014