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Swiss Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Switzerland to 2016
- Published: July 2012
- Region: Switzerland
- 208 pages
- Canadean Ltd
This report provides a top-level overview and detailed market, channel, and company-specific insights into the operating environment for foodservice companies.
Introduction and Landscape
Why was the report written?
This report is the result of Canadean’s extensive market and company research, covering the Swiss foodservice industry. It provides an in-depth analysis of both historic and forecast foodservice industry values at channel level, analysis of the leading companies in the industry, and Switzerland’s business environment and landscape.“Swiss Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Switzerland to 2016” provides a top-level overview, and detailed market, channel, and company-specific insights into the operating environment for foodservice companies. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Swiss foodservice value chain, and for new companies considering entering the market.
What is the current market landscape and what is changing?
Although, the Swiss foodservice market suffered to some extent due to the economic crisis, it revived back quickly thereafter. The rise in disposable income and rapid economic development were a few of the major factors responsible for steady growth of the foodservice industry in the country.
What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
The rises in the population of working women and a fast-paced lifestyle amongst younger age groups have been creating a shift towards fast food. Additionally, growing health awareness and obesity concerns are helping to develop healthier and more nutritious eating habits.
What makes this report unique and essential to read?
“Swiss Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Switzerland to 2016” provides a top-level overview and detailed market, channel, and company-specific insights into the operating environment for foodservice companies. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Swiss foodservice value chain, and for new companies considering entering the market.
Key Features and Benefits
This report provides readers with unparalleled levels of detail and insight into the development of the foodservice sector within Switzerland.
This report provides readers with in-depth data on the valuation and development of both the profit and cost sectors in the Swiss foodservice market.
This report provides details on the number of outlets, transactions, average price, foodservice sales, sales per outlet, and transactions per outlet per week, across nearly 50 sub-channels.
This report provides highly granular future forecasts and historic market data to aid market and strategic planning.
This report will help you to assess the impact of economic recession and recovery on foodservice market growth.
Key Market Issues
One of the major factors of growth for the foodservice industry in the country has been a growth in its GDP and the trend is expected to support the industry going forward. The annual disposable income increased from US$253.1 billion in 2006, to US$327.5 billion in 2011, at a CAGR of 5.29% and it is expected to increase at a CAGR of 0.86% to reach US$341.8 in 2016. The unemployment rate stood at 3.45% in 2011 compared to 3.39% in 2006, but is expected to reduce to 2.67% by 2016.Driven by these macro-economic factors, most foodservice channels witnessed sales growth in 2011.
Smaller households have a higher disposable income available for discretionary purchases, as they have fewer members’ needs to be met. This increases the ratio of working members of a household to total family members, which is higher than larger families, and consequently the smaller households spend less time and effort on cooking.
Over the review period, the total contribution of travel and tourism to Switzerland’s GDP increased from CHF38.7 billion in 2006, to CHF46.8 billion in 2011. The travel and tourism sector’s total contribution to GDP was 7.8% in 2011, making it an important part of the Swiss economy. The foodservice sector is expected to benefit from this, especially in the accommodation and leisure channels.
Demographic and social changes are shaping the dynamics of the industry. Changing demographics, such as an aging population, the rising proportion of the foreign population, and ethnic diversity, have often reinforced its impact on the foodservice industry.
Due to increasing health awareness amongst consumers and a growing preference for healthy food over fast food, many foodservice operators are now offering healthy variants of dishes and nutritional information.
Quality is one of the major issues in the foodservice industry, perceived differently by different consumers. Some consumers perceive freshness as the equivalent to quality as it implies food is natural, nutritional and tastes good; for others hygiene is paramount, as this tells of the way food has been processed or served. Food quality issues are certainly impacting purchasing decisions. As the demand for organic food increases, the foodservice industry is expected to benefit in the near future, especially full service organic restaurants.
Switzerland has been witnessing an increasing use of the internet. According to International Telecommunication Union (ITU), internet penetration in Switzerland was 28.8% in 2000. The penetration increased to 84.2%, or 6.4 million internet users, in 2011. The higher penetration in country reflects the increasing reliance of citizens on the internet. In Switzerland, hotels and restaurants, especially QSR’s and fast-food, cafes and bars, are turning into Wi-Fi internet hotspots.
Foodservice operators are increasingly using social media networking platforms to market products, promote brands, advertise, and connect with consumers.
Foodservice operators are in a pole position to capitalize on the health trend among the Swiss. An increasing awareness regarding healthy and nutritious diets has been a key factor in the introduction of healthier menus, in both fast food and full-service restaurants.
Organic food produce is the best choice of for healthy and natural food. Increased public awareness of health issues related to eating habits has stimulated the use of natural ingredients and organic products. As a result, the consumption of organic foods is rapidly gaining popularity. SHOW LESS READ MORE >
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2.1 This report provides 2011 actual sales, while forecasts are provided for 2012 - 2016.
1.3 Summary Methodology
2 Executive Summary
3 Swiss Foodservice - Market Attractiveness
3.1 Swiss Foodservice Market Size
3.2 Market Trends and Drivers
3.2.1 Switzerland Macroeconomic Fundamentals
3.2.2 Swiss Foodservice - Consumer Trends and Drivers
3.2.3 Swiss Foodservice - Technology Trends and Drivers
3.2.4 Swiss Foodservice - Operator Trends and Drivers
3.3 Swiss Foodservice Market Forecasts
4 Swiss Foodservice - Market Dynamics and Structure
4.1 Profit Sector Analysis
4.1.1 Channel Share Analysis
4.1.2 Profit Sector Structure: Outlets
4.1.3 Profit Sector Demand: Transactions
4.2 Cost Sector Analysis
4.2.1 Channel Share Analysis
4.2.2 Cost Sector Structure: Outlets
4.2.3 Cost Sector Demand: Transactions
4.3 Regulatory Environment
4.3.1 Legal and Self-Regulation Developments
4.3.2 Key Regulations for Foodservice Sector
5 Swiss Foodservice - Profit Sector Analysis
5.1 Profit Sector Analysis: ACCOMMODATION
5.1.1 Channel Trend Analysis
5.1.2 Channel Size and Forecast
5.1.3 Key Channel Indicators
5.2 Profit Sector Analysis: LEISURE
5.2.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis - Leisure
5.2.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.2.3 Channel Size and Forecast
5.2.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.3 Profit Sector Analysis: PUBS, CLUBS AND BARS
5.3.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis - Pubs, Clubs and Bars
5.3.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.3.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.3.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.4 Profit Sector Analysis: RESTAURANTS
5.4.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis - Restaurants
5.4.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.4.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.4.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.5 Profit Sector Analysis: RETAIL
5.5.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis - Retail
5.5.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.5.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.5.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.6 Profit Sector Analysis: TRAVEL
5.6.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis - Travel
5.6.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.6.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.6.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.7 Profit Sector Analysis: WORKPLACE
5.7.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis - Workplace
5.7.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.7.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.7.4 Key Channel Indicators
6 Swiss Foodservice - Cost Sector Analysis
6.1 Cost Sector Analysis: Education
6.1.1 Channel Trend analysis
6.1.2 Channel size and forecasts
6.1.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators
6.2 Cost Sector Analysis: Healthcare
6.2.1 Channel trend analysis
6.2.2 Channel size and forecasts
6.2.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators
6.3 Cost Sector Analysis: Military and Civil Defense
6.3.1 Channel trend analysis
6.3.2 Channel size and forecasts
6.3.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators
6.4 Cost Sector Analysis: Welfare and Services
6.4.1 Channel trend analysis
6.4.2 Channel size and forecasts
6.4.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators
7 Swiss Foodservice - Competitive Landscape
7.1 Leading Financial Deals
7.2 Company Profile: Global Franchise Architects Co.,Ltd.
7.2.1 Company Overview
7.2.2 Business Description
7.2.3 Global Franchise Architects Co.,Ltd.: Major Products and Services
7.2.4 Global Franchise Architects Co.,Ltd.: SWOT Analysis
7.3 Company Profile: Mövenpick Holding AG
7.3.1 Company Overview
7.3.2 Business Description
7.3.3 Mövenpick Holding AG: Major Products and Services
7.3.4 Mövenpick Holding AG: SWOT Analysis
7.4 Company Profile: gategroup Holding AG
7.4.1 Company Overview
7.4.2 Business Description
7.4.3 gategroup Holding AG: Major Products and Services
7.4.4 gategroup Holding AG: SWOT Analysis
7.5 Company Profile: DSR Group
7.5.1 Company Overview
7.5.2 Business Description
7.5.3 DSR Group: Major Products and Services
7.5.4 DSR Group: SWOT Analysis
7.6 Company Profile: Motta Coffee Bar
7.6.1 Company Overview
7.6.2 Motta Coffee Bar: Major Products and Services
7.7 Company Profile:Pizza&Pasta
7.7.1 Company Overview
7.7.2 Pizza&Pasta: Major Products and Services
7.8 Company Profile: The-Boss-Catering GmbH
7.8.1 Company Overview
7.8.2 The-Boss-Catering GmbH: Major Products and Services
7.9 Company Profile: Coffee World
7.9.1 Company Overview
7.9.2 Coffee World: Major Products and Services
7.1 Company Profile: Conizza
7.10.1 Company Overview
7.10.2 Conizza: Major Products and Services
7.11 Company Profile: New York 5th Av. Deli
7.11.1 Company Overview
7.11.2 New York 5th Av. Deli: Major Products and Services
7.12 Company Profile: Pizza Corner
7.12.1 Company Overview
7.12.2 Pizza Corner: Major Products and Services
7.13 Company Profile: The Cream & Fudge Factory
7.13.1 Company Overview
7.13.2 The Cream & Fudge Factory: Major Products and Services
7.14 Company Profile: Pizza-Blitz
7.14.1 Company Overview
7.14.2 Pizza-Blitz: Major Products and Services
7.15 Company Profile: A MO' Café
7.15.1 Company Overview
7.15.2 A MO' Café: Major Products and Services
7.16 Company Profile: Candrian Catering AG
7.16.1 Company Overview
7.16.2 Candrian Catering AG: Major Products and Services
8 Business Landscape
8.1 Macro Economic Environment
8.2 Consumer Trends
9.1 About Canadean