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World Consumer Foodservice Product Image

World Consumer Foodservice

  • ID: 515252
  • May 2007
  • Region: Global
  • 164 Pages
  • Euromonitor International

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Allied Domecq Plc;
  • Burger King Corp;
  • CKE Restaurants Inc;
  • Denny's Corp;
  • Domino's Pizza Inc;
  • Outback Steakhouse Inc;
  • MORE

Our World Market for Consumer Foodservice report examines stand-alone restaurants and eating establishments in which the consumer can freely choose to eat. It examines the key factors influencing ‘eating out’ patterns in mature and emerging markets, including convenience, quality, tourism and rising incomes. It profiles the leading companies in the market, with analysis of their performance and the challenges they face. Sector coverage: Chained consumer foodservice; Independent consumer foodservice; Cafés/bars; Full-service restaurants; Fast food; 100% home delivery/ takeaway; Self-service cafeterias; Street stalls/kiosks

Regional coverage
Western Europe; Eastern Europe; North America; Latin America; Asia-Pacific; Oceania; Africa and the Middle East

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Allied Domecq Plc;
  • Burger King Corp;
  • CKE Restaurants Inc;
  • Denny's Corp;
  • Domino's Pizza Inc;
  • Outback Steakhouse Inc;
  • MORE

EXECUTIVE BRIEFING

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KEY DEVELOPMENTS

BIG BRANDS MAKING INROADS INTERNATIONALLY

ENHANCING THE DINING EXPERIENCE

LOCAL VERSUS INTERNATIONAL FOOD

PREMIUM VERSUS LOW-PRICE

DEVELOPING NEW DAY PARTS

OPPORTUNITY IN LESS TRADITIONAL LOCATIONS

TARGETING THE HI-TECH, HI-SPEED CONSUMER

CONSIDERATE CONSUMERISM: ETHICAL AND ECO-FRIENDLY GAINING MOMENTUM

WINNERS AND CONCEPTS TO WATCH

GLOBAL MARKET OVERVIEW

GLOBAL TRENDS

Chart 26 Global Growth of Consumer Foodservice Market: Units 2000-2005

Chart 27 Global Growth of Consumer Foodservice Market: Value 2000-2005

Chart 28 Global Growth of Consumer Foodservice Market: Transactions 2000-2005

REGIONAL TRENDS

Chart 29 Regional Breakdown of Consumer Foodservice Market by Value 2005

Chart 30 Value Sales Growth of Consumer Foodservice by Region 2000/2005

COUNTRY TRENDS

Chart 31 Leading Consumer Foodservice Markets by Value 2005

Chart 32 Leading Growth Consumer Foodservice Markets by Value 2000/2005

MARKET SECTORS

Chart 33 Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2000/2005

INDEPENDENTS VERSUS CHAINS

Chart 34 Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Chained/Independent Split 2000/2005

OPERATING ENVIRONMENT

FOODSERVICE EXPENDITURE TRENDS

Per capita expenditure on foodservice

Foodservice versus retail trends

Table 1 Consumer Expenditure on Foodservice by Major Market 2001-2005

Table 2 Per Capita Expenditure on Foodservice by Major Market 2001-2005

Table 3 Consumer Expenditure on Food by Retail/Foodservice Split in Major Consumer Foodservice Markets 2005

DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS

Population growth slows

Ageing populations

ECONOMIC TRENDS

Rising personal disposable income

Disposable income growth rates vary

Inequality in wealth distribution

TOURISM

Chart 35 Top 20 Tourist Destinations by Number of Arrivals 2005

Chart 36 Share of International Tourism Arrivals by Region 2005

FOOD SAFETY

Food scares and hygiene issues

DISEASES

SARS

Bird flu

LEGISLATION

Smoking restrictions

Health concerns

Marketing restrictions

Employment legislation

WESTERN EUROPE

HEADLINES

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Table 4 Western Europe: Economic and Demographic Indicators 2000-2005

Table 5 Western Europe: Economic and Demographic Indicators – Forecast 2005-2010

MARKET OVERVIEW

Eating habits

Independents versus chains

Table 6 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice 2000-2005

Table 7 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005

Table 8 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Breakdown 2000-2005

Table 9 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Growth 2000-2005

Chart 37 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: Chained/Independent Split 2000/2005

KEY TRENDS

Chart 38 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2000/2005

Tradition and fresh twists on old favourites lead demand in full-service restaurants

Specialisation, health and lunch drive casual dining in modern markets

Mixed fortunes for ethnic cuisines

Strong roots and a focus on food help cafés/bars

Caffeinated growth in most mature markets

Bakery outpaces burgers as health and indulgence drive fast food

Fast casual finding a foothold in mature markets

Street stalls/kiosks find opportunities away from the high street

100% home delivery/takeaway diversifies its offer

Self-service cafeterias struggle

LOCATION TRENDS

Chart 39 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Location 2005

FOCUS MARKETS

Chart 40 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Market 2000/2005

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Table 10 Western Europe: Top 10 CFS Players: Sales Development 2005

Table 11 Western Europe: Top 10 CFS Players: Outlets Development 2005

Chart 41 Western Europe: Leading Consumer Foodservice Operators by Share of Value Sales 2005

Summary 1 Consumer Foodservice: Key Strategic Activity 2001-2007

REGIONAL PROSPECTS

Table 12 Western Europe: Consumer Foodservice Forecast Performance 2005-2010

Chart 42 Western Europe: Forecast Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector 2005/2010

Grey money

Any time, any place

Ethnic cuisines evolving

Health versus indulgence

Considerate consumerism: a growing force for the future

Coffee and food to fuel cafés/bars

EASTERN EUROPE

HEADLINES

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Table 13 Eastern Europe: Economic and Demographic Indicators 2000-2005

Table 14 Eastern Europe: Economic and Demographic Indicators – Forecast 2005-2010

MARKET OVERVIEW

Table 15 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice 2000-2005

Table 16 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005

Table 17 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Breakdown 2000-2005

Table 18 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Growth 2000-2005

Eating habits

Independents versus chains

Chart 43 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Chained/Independent Split 2000/2005

KEY TRENDS

New formats take on dominant traditions

Low- to mid-priced demand driving the market

Fast food flourishing

Takeaway just beginning to take off?

Ethnic niches making their debuts

Franchising

Chart 44 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2000/2005

LOCATION TRENDS

Chart 45 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Location 2005

FOCUS MARKETS

Chart 46 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Market 2000/2005

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Table 19 Eastern Europe Top CFS Players: Sales Development 2005

Table 20 Eastern Europe Top CFS Players: Outlets Development 2005

Chart 47 Eastern Europe: Leading Consumer Foodservice Operators by Share of Value Sales 2005

Summary 2 Consumer foodservice: Strategic Activity 2004-2007

REGIONAL PROSPECTS

Table 21 Eastern Europe: Consumer Foodservice Forecast Performance 2005-2010

Chart 48 Eastern Europe: Forecast Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector 2005/2010

Fast food set for premium performance

Demand for coffee perking up

Cosmopolitan tastes creating niches

Casual formats finding urban footholds

NORTH AMERICA

HEADLINES

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Table 22 North America: Economic and Demographic Indicators 2000-2005

Table 23 North America: Economic and Demographic Indicators – Forecast 2005-2010

MARKET OVERVIEW

Eating habits

Independents versus chains

Table 24 North America: Consumer Foodservice 2000-2005

Table 25 North America: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005

Table 26 North America: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Breakdown 2000-2005

Table 27 North America: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Growth 2000-2005

Chart 49 North America: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Chained/Independent Split 2000/2005

KEY TRENDS

Chart 50 North America: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2000/2005

Coffee culture spreading cross-sector

Casual dining fuels full-service restaurant growth

Spicing it up

Health debate boosts bakery and diversity in fast food

Fast casual offers food for thought

Increasing competition for takeaway and delivery sales

Struggling for growth: bars, self-service cafeterias and street stalls

LOCATION TRENDS

Chart 51 North America: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Location 2005

FOCUS MARKETS

Chart 52 North America: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Market 2000/2005

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Table 28 North America Top 10 CFS Players: Sales Development 2005

Table 29 North America Top 10 CFS Players: Outlets Development 2005

Chart 53 North America: Leading Consumer Foodservice Operators by Share of Value Sales 2005

Summary 3 Consumer Foodservice: Key Strategic Activity 2002-2006

REGIONAL PROSPECTS

Table 30 North America: Consumer Foodservice Forecast Performance 2005-2010

Chart 54 North America: Forecast Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector 2005/2010

Diversification into new day parts

Premium versus value

Ethnic flavours to find favour

LATIN AMERICA

HEADLINES

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Table 31 Latin America: Economic and Demographic Indicators 2000-2005

Table 32 Latin America: Economic and Demographic Indicators – Forecast 2005-2010

MARKET OVERVIEW

Eating habits

Independents versus chains

Table 33 Latin America: Consumer Foodservice 2000-2005

Table 34 Latin America: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005

Table 35 Latin America: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Breakdown 2000-2005

Table 36 Latin America: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Growth 2000-2005

Chart 55 Latin America Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Chained/Independent Split 2000/2005

KEY TRENDS

Chart 56 Latin America: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2000/2005

Economic recovery raises consumer confidence

Targeting specific income groups

Safe, secure surroundings give shopping malls an edge

Health concerns make an impact

Expanding workforce creates more lunch time opportunities

LOCATION TRENDS

Chart 57 Latin America: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Location 2005

FOCUS MARKETS

Chart 58 Latin America: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Market 2000/2005

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Table 37 Latin America Top 10 CFS Players: Sales Development 2005

Table 38 Latin America Top 10 CFS Players: Outlets Development 2005

Summary 4 Consumer Foodservice: Key Strategic Activity 2003-2006

Chart 59 Latin America: Leading Consumer Foodservice Operators by Share of Value Sales 2005

REGIONAL PROSPECTS

Booming retail/shopping mall construction

Rising disposable incomes and demand for quality

Growing health awareness

Value position remains key

Westernisation takes on tradition

Table 39 Latin America: Consumer Foodservice Forecast Performance

Chart 60 Latin America: Forecast Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2005/2010

ASIA-PACIFIC

HEADLINES

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Table 40 Asia-Pacific: Economic and Demographic Indicators 2000-2005

Table 41 Asia-Pacific: Economic and Demographic Indicators – Forecast 2005-2010

MARKET OVERVIEW

Table 42 Asia-Pacific Consumer Foodservice 2000-2005

Table 43 Asia-Pacific: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005

Table 44 Asia-Pacific: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Breakdown 2000-2005

Table 45 Asia-Pacific: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Growth 2000-2005

Eating habits

Independents versus chains

Chart 61 Asia-Pacific: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Chained/Independent Split 2000/2005

KEY TRENDS

Chart 62 Asia-Pacific: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2000/2005

Traditional preferences dominate demand

Casual dining expands, led by local chains

Food safety concerns sway consumer choices

Coffee shops take on tradition

Convenient concepts finding favour in the cities

Slim potential for self-service cafeterias

LOCATION TRENDS

Chart 63 Asia-Pacific: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Location 2005

FOCUS MARKETS

Chart 64 Asia-Pacific: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Market 2000/2005

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Table 46 Asia-Pacific Top 10 CFS Players: Sales Development 2005

Table 47 Asia-Pacific Top 10 CFS Operators: Outlets Developments 2005

Chart 65 Asia-Pacific: Leading Consumer Foodservice Operators by Share of Value Sales 2005

Summary 5 Consumer Foodservice: Key Strategic Activity 2002-2007

REGIONAL PROSPECTS

Table 48 Asia-Pacific: Consumer Foodservice Forecast Performance 2005-2010

Chart 66 Asia-Pacific: Forecast Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector 2005/2010

Growing demand for modern formats despite entrenched traditions

Breakfast an emerging opportunity

Rising tourism to stimulate foodservice

AUSTRALASIA

HEADLINES

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Table 49 Australasia: Economic and Demographic Indicators 2000-2005

Table 50 Australasia: Economic and Demographic Indicators – Forecast 2005-2010

MARKET OVERVIEW

Eating habits

Independents versus chains

Table 51 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice 2000-2005

Table 52 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005

Table 53 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Breakdown 2000-2005

Table 54 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Growth 2000-2005

Chart 67 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Chained/Independent Split 2000/2005

KEY TRENDS

Chart 68 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2000/2005

Affluence across the generations boosts demand for indulgent dining

Health trends impact fast food and home delivery/takeaway

Ethnic niches show dynamism

Format evolution

Coffee becomes lifestyle choice

LOCATION TRENDS

Chart 69 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Location 2005

FOCUS MARKETS

Chart 70 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Market 2000/2005

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Table 55 Australasia Top 10 CFS Players: Sales Development 2005

Table 56 Australasia Top 10 CFS Players: Outlets Development 2005

Summary 6 Consumer Foodservice: Key Strategic Activity 2002-2006

Chart 71 Australasia: Leading Consumer Foodservice Operators by Share of Value Sales 2005

REGIONAL PROSPECTS

Coffee culture continues to froth

Menu diversification into new day parts

Ethnic cuisine benefits from immigration

Health issues shape menus

Table 57 Australasia: Consumer Foodservice Forecast Performance 2005-2010

Chart 72 Australasia: Forecast Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector 2005/2010

AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST

HEADLINES

REGIONAL OVERVIEW

Table 58 Africa and the Middle East: Economic and Demographic Indicators 2000-2005

Table 59 Africa and the Middle East: Economic and Demographic Indicators – Forecast 2005-2010

MARKET OVERVIEW

Eating habits

Independents versus chains

Table 60 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice 2000-2005

Table 61 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: Value 2000-2005

Table 62 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Breakdown 2000-2005

Table 63 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice Sales by Sector: % Value Growth 2000-2005

Chart 73 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Chained/Independent Split 2000/2005

KEY TRENDS

Chart 74 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2000/2005

Westernisation, liberalisation and greater openness

Rising disposable incomes encourage consumption

Low-cost alternatives remain popular

Widening the consumer base

Product and menu adaptation and innovation

Booming investment in retail/horeca infrastructure

LOCATION TRENDS

Chart 75 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Location 2005

FOCUS MARKETS

Chart 76 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Market 2000/2005

COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Table 64 Africa and the Middle East Top 10 CFS Players: Sales Development 2005

Table 65 Africa and the Middle East Top 10 CFS Players: Outlets Development 2005

Summary 7 Consumer Foodservice: Key Strategic Activity 2003-2007

Chart 77 Africa and the Middle East: Leading Consumer Foodservice Operators by Share of Value Sales 2005

REGIONAL PROSPECTS

Young populations drive demand

Shopping malls provide safe and secure environments

Health concerns impact but not region-wide

Marketing and promotion can make or break

Suitable meeting places

Table 66 Africa and the Middle East: Consumer Foodservice Forecast Performance 2005-2010

Chart 78 Africa and the Middle East: Forecast Consumer Foodservice Value Sales by Sector 2005/2010

CORPORATE STRATEGIES

HEADLINES

MAJOR PLAYER COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE

Burger giants get healthy while focusing on core operations

Dynamism driven by unit expansion, health positioning and acquisition

Multi branding and expansion aid Yum! Brands

Baby boomers demand casual dining

Merger reinforces c-stores' presence in top five

Table 67 Global Ranking of Foodservice Companies by System-wide Sales 2002/2005

Table 68 Global Ranking of Foodservice Companies by Number of Units 2002/2005

Table 69 Top 20 CFS Global Company Shares 2005

Table 70 Top 20 CFS Brand Shares 2002-2005

MAJOR PLAYERS BY SECTOR

Summary 8 Top Three Manufacturers by Sector 2005 (by Value Share)

MAJOR PLAYERS BY REGION

Summary 9 Top Three Operators by Region: 2005 (by Value Share)

MARKETING AND BRAND BUILDING

Targeting the health conscious consumer

Targeting the young and trendy

Refurbishment

Hi-tech ordering options

Ethnic food

Co-branding

STRATEGIC ACTIVITY

Merger, acquisitions, joint ventures and disposals

Summary 10 Consumer Foodservice: Key Merger, Acquisition, Joint Venture and Disposal Activity 2002-2007

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Allied Domecq Plc;
Applebee's International Inc;
Berkshire Hathaway Inc;
Brinker International Inc;
Burger King Corp;
Carlson Cos Inc;
CKE Restaurants Inc;
Darden Restaurants Inc;
Denny's Corp;
Doctor's Associates Inc;
Domino's Pizza Inc;
Krispy Kreme Doughnut Corp;
McDonald's Corp;
Outback Steakhouse Inc;
Skylark Group;
Starbucks Corp;
TelePizza SA;
Triarc Cos Inc;
Wendy's International Inc;
Yum! Brands Inc

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