About 400 reports

Cafés/Bars in the United Kingdom

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Competition in cafés/bars category is intensifying, with major operators battling to increase their share of throat by encroaching on other channels’ offerings. Starbucks, the second-ranked chain in specialist coffee shops, for example trialled selling alcoholic drinks as part of its evening menu. Conversely JD Wetherspoon, the leading chain...

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May 2016

Cafés/Bars in Hong Kong, China

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

Bars/pubs posted a modest 6% current value growth in 2015. Despite the slowdown in alcohol consumption, partly due to the health and wellness trend, many bars/pubs introduced “mocktails” and low-alcohol drinks during the review period, in addition to increasing casual promotional drinks during Happy Hours. Despite the decline in tourist numbers,...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Poland

119 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015, foodservice in Poland maintained its value growth, which was attributed to increasing consumer confidence, a rising inclination to dine out and the emergence of new concepts. A gradual shift from quantity to quality was visible, therefore the number of outlets declined slightly. A number of foodservice operators met changing customer...

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Consumer Foodservice in Finland

109 pages • By Euromonitor International

Finland’s economy was sluggish in 2015, with unemployment rising, thus resulting in consumer foodservice suffering, with the number of outlets, transactions and value sales in the area declining. Finns whose purchasing power was threatened opted to save money by packing their own lunches and limiting the frequency with which they eat out....

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Denmark

19 pages • By Euromonitor International

Only those self-service cafeterias that focus on the quality of food and service performed well during 2015 in Denmark. In general, cafeterias face strong competition from other channels such as cafés, fast food and full-service restaurants, which are investing more in the development of new concepts, frequently launching new menu items and...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in France

121 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice posted a weaker performance in 2015 compared to the review period. The number of outlets decreased at a rapid rate while the speed of decline in current value sales also increased. The French economy continues to underperform, characterised by high unemployment and weakening purchasing power, all of which is having a negative...

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Consumer Foodservice in Denmark

118 pages • By Euromonitor International

The overall performance by consumer foodservice in 2015 showed the highest development level compared to the rest of the review period. Growth was supported by favourable economic terms, improving standards of living and Danes’ confidence about the future. With increasing disposable incomes, Danes are now able to socialise more often outside...

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Street Stalls/Kiosks in Greece

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

The turbulence seen in the socioeconomic environment in Greece during 2015 due to the imposition of capital controls during the summer and the general instability in the political scene led to consumption declining once again. Consumer spending fell as financial insecurity and unemployment continued to rise, while disposable incomes and pension...

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May 2016

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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May 2016

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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Street Stalls/Kiosks in Russia

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

The increased pace of modern living in combination with the extensive allocation of street stalls/kiosks in both the country’s biggest and smallest cities and low prices, led to the increasing demand for the category among Russian consumers. However, the significantly changed operating and legal environment in the category forced the weakest...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Hungary

112 pages • By Euromonitor International

The further improved economic sentiment and the more upbeat outlook for personal financial status made their mark on consumer foodservice in 2015. The positive trend of growing sales in 2014 continued, and the decline in outlet numbers slowed to a marginal fall. Foodservice operators, event marketing professionals and regional tourism offices...

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Full-Service Restaurants in Finland

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants are embracing a new drive through concept in an attempt to keep-up with consumer needs and trends and reverse falling sales. For example, S Group launched a new chicken restaurant called Tsiken in 2015, with African, Asian and Mediterranean flavours and included an on-site spice bar with self-made sauces and condiments...

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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 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 the United Kingdom

123 pages • By Euromonitor International

Overall consumer foodservice saw a return to stronger sales growth in 2015, as economic confidence rose in the UK. Low inflation and rising wages encouraged stronger spending, with a rise in overall transaction volume and spend per transaction being seen in the year. Consumers however remain highly price-sensitive, with the use of price promotions...

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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

Full-Service Restaurants in Poland

38 pages • By Euromonitor International

A few trends affected full-service restaurants in 2015. In line with the “slow living” trend, customers pay attention to the quality and freshness of food ingredients. When celebrating over a meal with family or friends, full waiter service and atmosphere are increasingly valued. Invariably, European cuisine, especially Polish dishes remain...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Greece

122 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice returned to negative current value growth in 2015 as the socioeconomic conditions in Greece saw new turmoil after capital controls were imposed in summer and political instability rose again. The Greek population has already gone through several years of economic recession, which has left them with low disposable incomes...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in the United Kingdom

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias did not perform well in 2015, seeing 1% overall current value decline. With consumers paying more attention to dining ambience, self-service cafeterias are at an increasing disadvantage. Sales are dominated by grocery retailers Tesco, J Sainsbury, Wm Morrison and Asda, with these players self-service cafeterias generally...

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May 2016

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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Full-Service Restaurants in Peru

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

Thanks to the 2015 emergence of young innovative Peruvian chefs and the international recognition of Peruvian food as among the best in the world, the use of more native ingredients, old recipes or traditional cooking methods created a new trend in the category, reinforcing the pride Peruvians feel for their country through its food, which...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Russia

35 pages • By Euromonitor International

2015 was extremely difficult year for the operators of full-service restaurants, which witnessed the weakest performance within consumer foodservice in Russia. Such a negative tendency was the result of the combination of a large number of factors, including the continuing economic downturn and political instability, sanctions and import replacement,...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Germany

117 pages • By Euromonitor International

The current value growth recorded in consumer foodservice in Germany in 2015 was the strongest since 2006, when Germany hosted the FIFA World Cup. Positive development was seen in the number of transactions, while outlet numbers were consolidated as a small decline was seen. Within the context of the review period as a whole, the performance...

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May 2016

Street Stalls/Kiosks in the United Kingdom

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Street stalls/kiosks are benefiting from their flexibility, both in terms of offering and location. The ability to move location notably offers this channel a strong advantage in terms of convenience, while there is also growing trust in the quality offered by these outlets as more UK consumers embrace the street food trend. Lifestyle shifts...

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May 2016

Cafés/Bars in Denmark

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Competition in cafés/bars is further intensifying. Chains are continuing their expansion strategies by opening new outlets in different regions of Denmark, while customers are enjoying the wider options on offer, further increasing their number of visits to cafés/bars. Increasing popularity of takeaway also had a positive impact on the development...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Hungary

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

The increased demand in downtown and workplace areas has boosted demand for takeaway meals sold at attractive prices. The concept of 100% home delivery is rare, as most operators utilise the location as a restaurant as well, to generate more sales, and only outlets with insufficient space for seats focus exclusively on 100% home delivery....

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in the United Kingdom

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

With the appearance of Deliveroo in 2012 and strong growth for just-eat.co.uk, which launched in the UK in 2006, 100% home delivery/takeaway is increasingly facing competition from consumer foodservice that previously did not offer home delivery. Deliveroo and just-eat.co.uk are third party delivery companies providing home delivery services...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Peru

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015, most companies continued to widen their offer, including additional products such as desserts, drinks and entrées as a way of increasing sales. Due to the increased purchasing power of Peruvians and their love of food, an increasing number can afford to include extras on their orders and therefore have a complete meal delivered to...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in France

27 pages • By Euromonitor International

The 100% delivery/takeaway channel underwent a process of restructuring in 2015. While the channel is stagnating with negative like-for-like growth, large chains, such as Domino’s Pizza, are continuing to expand. Some other groups, such as Nooi, have grown too rapidly in the past and are now facing difficulties as a result. The led to a consolidation...

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May 2016