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Self-Service Cafeterias in Austria

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias registered positive current value growth in Austria in 2015 which was comparable to the CAGR registered in the review period. It benefited from the strong performance of those outlets located in retailers such as hypermarkets, shopping centres and furniture stores. Self-service cafeterias can typically also be found...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Austria

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants performed well in 2015 with stronger current value growth than the CAGR seen during in the review period, along with positive growth in terms of the number of outlets. Growth was already strong in 2014 and it was expected to slow down in 2015 but the tax reform that comes into effect in 2016 had an impact on the data....

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May 2016

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Austria

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite a further decline in the number of outlets, street stalls/kiosks registered significant growth in transactions in 2015, with current value growth at a similar good level as the year before. Results would presumably have remained flat without the early effects of the government's stricter tax policy, regarding the accounting of sales,...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Austria

121 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice saw good growth in volume and current value terms in 2015, leaving behind a relatively flat review period which was the result of low consumer confidence and a moderate economic outlook. Sales benefitted from the requirement on outlets to use cash registers to improve accounting in order to avoid tax evasion. Although...

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McDonald%s Franchise GmbH in Consumer Foodservice (Austria)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Although burgers will very likely be more popular than ever, McDonald’s Franchise is expected to suffer under an emerging new generation of burger restaurants and a lack of potential for outlet expansion in the forecast period. But with several innovations such as the “Make it Veggie” and the “Pimp your Burger” concepts in 2015, the company...

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May 2016

Vapiano AG in Consumer Foodservice (Austria)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumers in Austria have received Vapiano AG’s fast casual restaurant concept very well which leaves a lot of potential for expansion and growth. At the same time the company is expected to ensure consumer interest with regular menu additions and seasonal specials.Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in India

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants registered a slowdown in growth due to the changed taxation structure in 2015. The service tax in 2015 increased from 12.4% to 14%. This resulted in the average transaction price increasing considerably. As a result, most consumers are beginning to move away from fine dining, and full-service restaurants are already...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Austria

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

100% home delivery/takeaway displayed solid current value growth in 2015 but once again did not really reflect the growing demand for takeaway and particularly for food delivery in Austria. Overall 100% home delivery/takeaway remained dominated by restaurants with facilities for consumption on the premises which also offered home delivery/takeaway...

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May 2016

Global Quick Service Restaurants Market 2016-2020

90 pages • By Infiniti Research Limited

About the Quick Service Restaurants Market The concept of quick service restaurants was introduced in the US in the 1920s, and over time, it has become a convenient place for teenagers, families, and young working professionals to socialize.Due to increased demand for customization in food served in quick service restaurants, customers...

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American Restaurant System SA in Consumer Foodservice (Romania)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

American Restaurant System SA is the master franchisee for Pizza Hut in Romania and the company operates the Pizza Hut and Pizza Hut Express brands. At the end of the review period, it was the fourth most important company in consumer foodservice in Romania in value sales terms and it also remains the leading player in full-service restaurants...

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May 2016

Trotter Restaurant SRL in Consumer Foodservice (Romania)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Trotter Restaurant SRL is the owner of the La Mama brand, one of the oldest names in consumer foodservice in Bucharest and a brand which benefits from strong consumer recognition. La Mama is a chained brand in full-service restaurants and its success has come from its offer of tasty food at affordable prices. The informal atmosphere in La...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Romania

125 pages • By Euromonitor International

Four years of continuous GDP growth and increased consumer confidence in the economy sustained a return to freer consumption among the Romanian population. However, the effect of the positive economic situation on sales in consumer foodservice was still quite muted as eating out is among the first luxuries to bear the brunt of harsh economic...

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Medusa Group sro in Consumer Foodservice (Slovakia)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Medusa Group plans to continually expand its network of restaurants, bringing forth not only new concepts, but also a focus on Klubovna pubs. The company is considering opening nine new pubs throughout Slovakia. However, competition from independent operators is growing fast, making such rapid expansion unlikely.Euromonitor International...

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May 2016

McDonald%s Romania SRL in Consumer Foodservice (Romania)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

McDonald’s Romania SRL is 100% owned by McDonald’s Corp and acts as the US-based multinational company’s subsidiary in Romania. McDonald’s remained the only US-based company directly operating a consumer foodservice chain in the country at the end of the review period. McDonald’s Romania was the country’s leading consumer foodservice company...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Romania

39 pages • By Euromonitor International

The growth seen in the Romanian economy towards the end of the review period resulted in more optimistic perception of the future of the country’s economy and this led to growing consumer confidence. The effects of this were mainly visible in Bucharest and other large cities of Romania as well as the country’s main tourist areas, which accounted...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Slovakia

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Many people in Slovakia still cook/prepare their own food from scratch using basic ingredients. It is common for both women and men to cook for their families. However, younger consumers, 30-year-old-and-below, more commonly dine out or choose packaged food. The demand for convenience and improving living standards saw Slovak consumers dine...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Romania

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

The bulk of the consumer base for 100% home delivery/takeaway in Romania consists of professionals and office employees living in Bucharest and other large cities with more intense economic life and who have suffered less from the effects of the economic crisis. Sales in the category remained on an upward trend throughout the review period,...

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May 2016

Bencik Culinary Group in Consumer Foodservice (Slovakia)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

The group includes two companies: Aldente sro and Prorestaurant sro, which operate a number of outlets focusing on higher-end culinary experiences, as well as cantina-style self-service restaurants. The company plans to continue its expansion mainly in large cities within Slovakia, focusing on well-established trends with innovative menus....

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Slovakia

110 pages • By Euromonitor International

Current value sales grew faster in consumer foodservice in 2015, compared with 2014. Faster growth was driven by a revitalising industry as consumer purchasing power rose slowly and the unemployment rate declined. Daily menus remained the most significant source of income for the majority of foodservice establishments in 2015; however, others...

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Full-Service Restaurants in South Korea

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurant value sales increase by 3% in 2015, with European full-service restaurants leading growth (5%), followed by Asian full-service restaurants (4%), other full-service restaurants (2%), North American full-service restaurants (1%) and pizza full-service restaurants (1%). Media and cooking reality TV shows are fuelling interest...

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May 2016

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in South Korea

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2015, MERS rapidly spread throughout South Korea. The first case was reported on 20 May 2015 and a total of 186 cases occurred, with 38 deaths being recorded. As there is not much history of such outbreaks in South Korea, many people were shocked by the rapid spread of the syndrome. In addition, the outbreak also impacted consumer foodservice...

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May 2016

Cafés/Bars in South Korea

32 pages • By Euromonitor International

Overall sales declined in 2015 due to the rapid decrease in the number of bars/pubs and juice/smoothie bars in South Korea. During the review period, South Korean people drank heavily in bars/pubs or their homes. However, as younger consumers or female consumers increasingly prefer drinking in more modern and interesting environments, the...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in South Korea

118 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice recorded moderate growth during the review period in terms of value, transactions and outlet numbers, although South Korea faced a sudden economic downturn due to the spread of MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) and serious drought. However, performance differed from category to category. Fast food recorded the strongest...

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May 2016

Street Stalls/Kiosks in South Korea

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Street stalls/kiosks current value sales decreased by 2% in 2015 while transactions and outlet numbers fell by 4%. As most street stalls/kiosks are located in the street or underground shopping areas, consumers who are highly cautious of food hygiene have started to disregard the category as there are many rising areas which provide good food...

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May 2016

Self-Service Cafeterias in South Korea

23 pages • By Euromonitor International

Swedish retailing giant IKEA launched its first store in South Korea in December 2014, with the outlet being the company’s largest in Asia. Before entering the market, there were objections and arguments because many consumers were concerned that IKEA would impact total sales and rapidly eliminate small and independent local companies. However,...

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May 2016

Full-Service Restaurants in Singapore

34 pages • By Euromonitor International

Casual dining saw higher growth than non-casual dining in full-service restaurants in 2015. Consumers increasingly prefer casual dining as it provides a fun and relaxed dining experience for social gatherings. The rapid expansion of casual French fare in Poulet and Saveur, as well as casual seafood restaurant Dancing Crab, has also helped...

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May 2016

Al Ahlia Restaurants Co in Consumer Foodservice (Saudi Arabia)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

During the forecast period, the company is expected to continue expanding its operations in fast food as well as full-service restaurants, given that these two categories are expected to continue growing.Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company....

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Thailand

117 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite the small real GDP growth rate of 2015, consumer foodservice remained healthy as Thais continued to dine out when spending time with family and friends. The strong performance in 2015 was mainly due to companies’ adaptability to the changing economic environment and cultural lifestyle. This included providing trendy new outlets and...

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May 2016

Consumer Foodservice in Saudi Arabia

113 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice saw impressive value growth during the review period thanks to high consumer purchasing power. Saudi Arabia’s GDP grew by 3.6% in 2015, up from the 2.7% witnessed in 2014. High disposable incomes allow consumers to trade up, eat out and order food more often, especially as eating out and shopping are the main entertainment...

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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