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Takeaway Chicken Shops in Australia - Industry Market Research Report

30 pages • By Ibisworld

Ruling the roost: Large fast food chains continue to dominate the industry Takeaway Chicken Shops in Australia The industry includes establishments that primarily sell chicken and chicken-based foods for on-premise and takeaway consumption. This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the...

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May 2017

Full-Service Restaurants in Taiwan

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

The sluggish economy continues to restrict spending power, with many consumers consequently preferring to dine at cheaper full-service restaurants. While demand for more expensive options exists, most consumers reserve these locations for more special occasions. Euromonitor International’s Full-Service Restaurants in Taiwan report offers...

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May 2017

Consumer Foodservice in New Zealand

111 pages • By Euromonitor International

In 2016 New Zealand’s GDP grew by 3.5%. Surging immigration, record low borrowing costs and a housing boom stoked New Zealand’s economy, which was among the fastest growing countries in the developed world. The lowest level of unemployment since 2008, along with historically low interest rates of 1.75%, supported consumer confidence, which...

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May 2017

Consumer Foodservice in Norway

112 pages • By Euromonitor International

Consumer foodservice continued to perform strongly in Norway in 2016. Although value growth rates were marginally slower than in 2014 and 2015, they remained strong and in line with average growth levels over the review period. Despite cracks appearing in the Norwegian economy since 2014, growth in consumer foodservice has been strong, underpinned...

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May 2017

Consumer Foodservice in the Netherlands

116 pages • By Euromonitor International

With the Dutch economy recording yet another year of solid growth and improving macroeconomic indicators, consumer foodservice sales grew solidly in 2016. After 2015, this was the second successive year that consumer foodservice registered value growth rates that noticeably exceeded the review period average. Value growth was roughly in line...

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May 2017

Full-Service Restaurants in Norway

33 pages • By Euromonitor International

A growing emphasis on locally sourced food was clearly evident across most parts of full-service restaurants in Norway in 2016. This trend has been driven by different groups. In particular, Norwegian consumers have become increasingly attracted to locally sourced food with an evident growing consensus that this results in fresher produce...

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May 2017

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in the Netherlands

28 pages • By Euromonitor International

With the Dutch economy growing at a solid rate again and most macroeconomic indicators showing clear signs of improvement, foodservice spending as a share of overall household spending has recovered in the Netherlands. 100% home delivery/takeaway clearly benefitted from this development, recording a second successive year of double-digit growth....

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May 2017

Full-Service Restaurants in New Zealand

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Casual dining full-service restaurants recorded 10% foodservice value growth in 2016. The continuous strong growth can be attributed to the persistent positive trends in the New Zealand economy and strong consumer confidence. With growing incomes, more consumers opted to dine outside of home, with the casual dining concept providing quality...

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May 2017

Self-Service Cafeterias in the Netherlands

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

The key trend in self-service cafeterias involved the change in ownership of the country’s largest self-service cafeteria chain La Place, which caused the number of its outlets to nearly halve within a year, falling from 86 in 2015 to 48 in 2016. The decline suffered by La Place did not stem from the brand’s own performance (as the brand remains...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in France

30 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite the slight improvement of economic conditions and the organisation of the European football championship in France, cafés/bars continued to exhibit a 3% current value sales decline, and a 2% transactions drop in 2016. While this followed a structural trend already highlighted in the review period, some conjectural factors also affected...

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May 2017

Self-Service Cafeterias in France

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias continues to face structural decline driven by new customer requirements for more personalised offers and less waiting time. The concept of self-service cafeterias relies on consumers’ freedom and low prices with an average spend per transaction of EUR10 as of 2016. Self-service cafeterias has suffered from an old-fashioned...

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May 2017

Street Stalls/Kiosks in the Netherlands

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Over the course of 2016, NS Stations Retailbedrijf BV’s intention to significantly scale back on its foodservice activities was publicly announced. NS Stations Retailbedrijf BV, which is the retail division of publicly owned Nederlandse Spoorwegen (the main passenger railway operator and owner of all railway stations in the Netherlands), confirmed...

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May 2017

Street Stalls/Kiosks in France

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Several factors explain the success of street stall/kiosks. First is the high level of convenience these types of foodservice establishments provide. Indeed, consumption trends reflect new eating habits in which mealtimes are less organised and shorter as consumers are disposed to reducing time dedicated to eating on average. Convenience is...

800 912 656
May 2017

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in France

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

In a context of struggling economic conditions in the consumer foodservice landscape reflected by terrorist attacks throughout 2015 and 2016 leading to a drop in the number of tourists visiting France, 100% home delivery/takeaway segments appeared surprisingly particularly dynamic. Taking advantage of the spectacular development of digital...

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May 2017

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Norway

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Quality of products has been a big focus for leading players in 100% home delivery/takeaway in 2016, particularly in pizza 100% home delivery/takeaway. Norwegian consumers have become increasingly exposed to high-quality ingredients across all eating experiences and pizza chains such as Pizzabakeren have responded to this by selecting high-quality...

800 912 656
May 2017

Full-Service Restaurants in the Netherlands

35 pages • By Euromonitor International

Following a strong performance in 2015, full-service restaurants recorded a second successive year of healthy expansion, both in terms of outlets and value sales, in 2016. This positive trend was attributable to two factors. First, the Dutch economy remained firmly on the road to recovery, with sustained solid GDP growth gradually translating...

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May 2017

Cafés/Bars in Norway

26 pages • By Euromonitor International

A blurring of the boundaries between different channels in cafés/bars was increasingly evident in Norway in 2016. Various establishments in specialist coffee shops and bars/pubs continued to evolve so that it was increasingly obvious that they were encroaching on the market space of other channels. For example, the most successful bars/pubs...

800 912 656
May 2017

Street Stalls/Kiosks in Norway

18 pages • By Euromonitor International

Street food continued to grow in popularity in Norway in 2016 with a notable continuation in the improving quality of the food sold by these kinds of outlets a contributing factor to this. Street stalls, in particular, have traditionally been associated with low-quality, cheap food, but this has changed significantly in Norway with a growing...

800 912 656
May 2017

Full-Service Restaurants in France

38 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants operate in a challenging economic context facing increasing competition from fast food concepts such as bakeries and convenience stores which are highly competitive in attracting customers in a rush during lunchtime. Moreover, the competition is also fierce within full-service restaurants as the number of outlets continues...

800 912 656
May 2017

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in New Zealand

24 pages • By Euromonitor International

Technology was a major success factor in the robust growth of 100% home delivery/takeaway in 2016. Seamless online ordering proved important for customer convenience. New mobile-friendly websites and apps were launched by major pizza chains in 2016. Domino’s Pizza Enterprises took this a step further and rolled out its renewed Live Pizza Tracker,...

800 912 656
May 2017

Cafés/Bars in the Netherlands

29 pages • By Euromonitor International

After near consistent decline or stagnation throughout the review period, cafés/bars managed to buck the trend and display renewed signs of strength in 2016. The number of newly opened outlets nearly matched those that were closed, resulting in only marginal outlet decline on balance. This development was particularly promising as one of the...

800 912 656
May 2017

Consumer Foodservice in Taiwan

113 pages • By Euromonitor International

Growth in consumer foodservice remained sluggish in 2016, mainly due to weak consumer purchasing power. With consumers still eating out on a regular basis, many have switched to cheaper options, thus resulting in a further strengthening of the importance of convenience store chains in this area. In addition, lower prices, the offering of a...

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May 2017

Self-Service Cafeterias in Norway

22 pages • By Euromonitor International

Health and wellness trends increased in visibility in self-service cafeterias in 2016. Leading brands such as Ikea Restaurant and Marché continued to develop their menus so that there was a greater emphasis on fruit and vegetables as well as making greater efforts to source ingredients from local suppliers. While healthy food is not normally...

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May 2017

Consumer Foodservice in France

121 pages • By Euromonitor International

Despite a slight improvement owing to the European football championship in France and a particularly warm summer, consumer foodservice continued to suffer the struggling economic context in 2016. France is underperforming in GDP growth and unemployment rate compared to other European countries. This has contributed to limit consumer spending...

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May 2017

Self-Service Cafeterias in Thailand

20 pages • By Euromonitor International

Self-service cafeterias are more common in captive institutional locations such as offices, schools, and hospitals, which usually provide canteens for workers and students. Chained self-service cafeterias are not widespread in Thailand since other independent and chained foodservice companies tend to perform better. Euromonitor International’s...

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May 2017

Consumer Foodservice in China

114 pages • By Euromonitor International

Owing to a slowdown in the domestic economy and weakened consumer confidence, consumer foodservice decelerated in terms of outlet, transaction and value sales growth in 2016, compared with rates in 2015 when the market showed signs of recovering from the strict anti-corruption campaign in 2013 and 2014. However, overall growth remained strong,...

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May 2017

100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Spain

25 pages • By Euromonitor International

100% home delivery/takeaway saw current value growth of 7% in 2016. The Spanish economy began to show consolidated signs of recovery towards the end of the review period. According to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, within Europe, it is important to highlight the 3.2% GDP growth achieved in Spain in 2016. Nevertheless,...

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May 2017

Consumer Foodservice in the United Arab Emirates

118 pages • By Euromonitor International

With an overall slower macro-economic outlook, foodservice operators were directly impacted by the increased operational costs such as rentals and prices of imported food items. The changing tourist profile in the United Arab Emirates also impacted the average tourist spend in foodservice outlets and the growth across various cuisine types...

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May 2017

Full-Service Restaurants in the Czech Republic

31 pages • By Euromonitor International

Legislation changes influenced full-service restaurants at the end of 2016. The implementation of EET in December 2016 caused a 3% decline in the number of outlets. The costs of implementation and more thorough checking of revenues by the financial authorities led several operators to cease operations. Typically, these were outlets located...

800 912 656
May 2017

Full-Service Restaurants in Finland

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

Full-service restaurants were specialising in offering trendy menus, which increasingly took into account ethical and ecological concerns, while investing in their atmosphere, better customer service and offering an overall more special dining experience. For example, according to the owners, the new Finnjävel restaurant was not just a restaurant...

800 912 656
May 2017