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Restaurants - Global Outlook

  • ID: 661658
  • January 2012
  • Region: Global
  • 171 Pages
  • Global Industry Analysts, Inc

The global outlook series on the Restaurants Industry provides a collection of statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. Illustrated with 48 fact-rich market data tables, the report offers a rudimentary overview of the industry, and highlights latest trends and demand drivers. Regional markets briefly abstracted and covered include United States, Canada Europe, and Asia-Pacific.

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RESTAURANTS

A GLOBAL OUTLOOK, JANUARY 2012

CONTENTS

1. OVERVIEW 1
Restaurants: A Major Industry with Diverse Segments 1
Table 1: Global Food Service Industry (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Revenues by Type of Food Service Outlet 2

Table 2: Global Fast-Food Industry (2011): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Revenues by Type of Food Service Outlet 2
What Exactly is Cooking in the Restaurant Industry? 2
Table 3: Global Current and Future Analysis for the Food
Service Industry by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Europe,
Asia-Pacific (including Japan) and Rest of World
Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Billion
for Years 2010 through 2015 3

Table 4: Global 5-Year Perspective for the Food Service
Industry by Geographic Region - Percentage Share Breakdown of
Revenues for US, Canada, Europe, Asia-Pacific (including
Japan) and Rest of World Markets for Years 2011 and 2015 4

Table 5: Global Sales of US-based Restaurant Chains Worldwide
(2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Dollar Sales by
Category - Burgers, Pizza, Casual Dining, Chicken, Family
Dining, Coffee/Snacks, Sandwiches, Mexican, Steak/Barbeque,
Buffet/Cafeteria and Others 5
Franchising: An Emerging Trend in Fast Food Industry 5
Franchising Benefits 6
Challenges 6
Potential Sectors 6
Table 6: US Fast-Food Chains (2011): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Number of Franchised/Licensed Units and Company
Owned Units for McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s Starbucks
Coffee, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, KFC, Sonic, Arby’s,
Chick-fil-A, Jack in the Box, Dominos, Panera Bread, Dairy
Queen and Papa Johns 7

Table 7: Asian Restaurant Chains in the US (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Franchised/Licensed
Units and Company Owned Units for Panda Express and Samurai
Sam’s 7

Table 8: Chicken Restaurant Chains in the US (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Franchised/ Licensed
Units and Company Owned Units for KFC, Chick-fil-A, Popeyes,
Churchs Chicke, Zanxbys, Bojangles, El Pollo Loco,
Wingstop and Wing Zone 8
Innovation, Branding and Consolidation 8
Economic Downturn and the Restaurant Industry 9

2. MARKET TRENDS, DRIVERS & ISSUES 10
Rise in Preference for Eating Out and Take Away Foods Drives
the Sector 10
Major Drivers for Restaurant Industry 10
Tourism 10
Internet and Social Media 10
Restaurants: Growth in Tune with the Times 11
Advertising: Critical for Visibility 11
Restaurants Industry: Going Green 11
Table 9: Restaurant Industry in the United States (2012):
Percentage Share of Restaurant Operators Planning to Allocate
Dedicated Budgets/Resources for Green Initiatives 12
Generation Y’s Influence and Demand on the Restaurant Sector 12
Healthy Eating Catches Up with the Restaurant Sector 12
Quick Service Becomes Healthy 13
Quick Service Restaurants Turn to Processed Frozen
Microwavable Food 13
Mobile Eateries - No Longer Unhealthy 13
Restaurants Look to Replicate Mobile Food’s Success 13
Strategies 14
Restaurants Dish Out Working Women- Friendly Offerings 14
Exotic Flavors Excite the Consumer 14
What is “In” and What is “In Store”? 14
Fast Food - Growing Fast 15
Coffee Caféés: Opportunities and Challenges Ahead 15
Changing Lifestyle of the Population Drives Growth of Coffee
Shops 16
Full-Service Restaurant Segment Preferred by Middle Aged
Population 16
Aging and Growing World Population Augurs Well for the
Restaurant Sector 16
Blurring Line Between Various Foodservice Formats 17

3. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY 18

A REGIONAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE 43

1. UNITED STATES 43
Overview 43
Table 10: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for the
Food Service Industry by Segment -Full Service Restaurants
and Others Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$
Billion for Years 2010 through 2015 43

Table 11: US 5-Year Perspective for the Food Service Industry
by Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Revenues for Full
Service Restaurants and Other Markets for Years 2011 & 2015 44
Restaurant Industry, the Nation’s Economic Powerhouse 44
Table 12: Restaurants Market in the US (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Value Sales by Region - Southeast,
Midwest, West, Mid-Atlantic, Southwest, and New England 45

Table 13: US Restaurant Industry (2011): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Sales by State 45

Table 14: US Restaurant Industry (2010): Number of Eating and
Drinking Places by State 46

Table 15: Restaurant Market in the US (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Number of Independent Restaurants and
Restaurant Chains 47

Table 16: Full-Service Restaurant Industry in the US (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues by Restaurant Type 47

Table 17: Full Service Restaurant Industry in the US (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Spends by Consumer Category 48

Table 18: US Advertising Expenditure of Restaurant and Fast
Food Sector (2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Ad Spends
by Media- TV, Newspaper (Local and National), Radio (Network
and National Spot Radio), Magazines (Consumer and Sunday) and
Outdoor 48

Table 19: Restaurant Market in the US (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Advertisement Expenditure by Category -
Quick Service Restaurants, Casual Dining, Pizza, and Others 48

Table 20: US Restaurant Industry (2011): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Number of Menu Items Offered by Restaurants by
Food Category 49

Table 21: Restaurants Market in the United States (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Dollar Value of Menu Items
Offered by Food Category 49

Table 22: Restaurants Market in the United States (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Number of Healthy Menu Items
Offered by Menu Category 49
Characteristics of the US Restaurant Industry 50
Table 23: US Restaurant Industry (2010): Breakdown of Sales
Figures (In US$ Billion) for Top Twelve US Chain Restaurants 50
Growth Drivers 51
US Restaurant Industry Parameters 51
On the Go 51
Increasing Emphasis on Design and Décor 51
Summer Travel and Tourism Season Boosts Restaurant Sales 52
Investment on IT 52
Foodservice Outlets 52
Consumer Behavior 52
Enhancing the Consumer’s Experience 52
Mood Matters 53
Consumer Spending Behavior based on Age 53
Consumer Spending Behavior based on Household 53
Consumer Spending Behavior based on Household Composition 53
Consumer Spending Behavior based on Wage Earners 54
Consumer Spending Behavior based on Occupation 54
Consumer Spending Behavior based on Income 54
Legislative Outlook 54
Outlook 54
Restaurant Industry - Segment Wise Perspective 54
The Fast Food Segment 54
The Quick Service Segment 55
Competitive Factors 56
Shortage of Labor 56
Employee Retention 56
Table 24: Quick Service Restaurant Preference in the US
(2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Survey by Category -
Close to Home, Passing By, Close to Work, Service and Food 56
The Full Service Segment 56
Customizing Customer Service 57
Market Metrics 57
Table 25: US Full Service Restaurants’ Food Purchases
(2011) - Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales for Family
Style, Varied Menu, Steak (Casual and Family), Italian,
Fish/Seafood, Mexican and Others 58
Ethnic Goes Mainstream 58
“Deli” Segment 59
Mobile Catering Segment 59
Non-Store Retail Segment 59
Casual Dining Restaurants Chains 59
Overview 59
Table 26: US Casual Dining Restaurant Chains (2011) -
Percentage Share Breakdown of Sales by Menu- Varied Menu,
Steak, Italian, Seafood, Mexican and Other Specialty 59
Outlook 60
Table 27: Casual-Dining Restaurant in the US (2011):
Percentage Share Breakdown of Survey by Reasons for Visiting
- Fun Evening With Friends, Special Occasion, Didnt Want to
cook on Weekday, Lunch with Co-Worker/Friend, Routine
Weekend Dining, Craving for Specific Food, Date/Romantic
Occasion, and None of the Above/Dont Know 60
Casual-Dining Restaurant Goers in the US (2011): Rating of
Restaurant by Attribute - Freshness of Food, Taste/Flavor
of Food, Friendliness/Courtesy, Attentiveness of Service,
Appearance of Food, Value for Money, Reasonable Prices,
and Others 61
Table 28: US Casual Dining Restaurant Chain (2011) -
Percentage Share Breakdown of Dollar Sales by Menu-
Hamburger, Pizza, Chicken, Other Sandwich, Mexican, Donut,
Ice Cream/Yogurt, and Other Specialty 61
Mid Scale Restaurant Chains 62
Table 29: US Mid Scale Restaurant Chains (2011) - Percentage
Share Breakdown of Dollar Sales by Menu - Family Style,
Family Steak, and Other Specialty 62
Family Restaurant Chains 62
Sandwich Restaurant Chains 62
Table 30: US Limited Service Sandwich Restaurant Chains
(2011): Percentage Share Breakdown of Menu Composition 63
Contract Foodservice Chains 63
Bakery-Café/Sandwich Restaurants 63
Dinner House Chains 64
Hamburger Restaurant Chains 64
Table 31: Hamburger Restaurant Chains in the US (2010):
Percentage Market Share Breakdown for McDonalds, Burger
King, Wendys and Others 64
Metropolitan Restaurants 64
Buffet/Cafeteria Restaurant Chains 65
Chicken Restaurant Chains 65
Mexican Restaurant Chains in the US 65
Asian Restaurant Chains in the US 65
Grill-Buffet-Restaurant Chains 65
Military Restaurant Chains 66
Table 32: US Military Restaurant Services (2011) - Percentage
Share Breakdown of Sales by Type- Officer and NCO Clubs, and
Military Exchangers 66

2. CANADA 67
Major Trends and Issues 67
Foodservice Operators Face Competition from Grocery Stores 67
Full-service Restaurants: Set to Grow 67
Restaurants: A Major Employment Source 67
Table 33: Canadian Restaurant Industry (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Revenues by Segment-Commercial and
Non-Commercial 68

Table 34: Canadian Food Services Market (2011): Breakdown of
Percentage Number of Individuals Eating Out by Frequency
Levels 68

Table 35: Canadian Food Services Market (2011): Breakdown of
Average Number of Restaurant Visits Per Week by Age Group 69

Table 36: Canadian Food Services Market (2011): Breakdown of
Number of Menu Items by Menu Category (Lunch/Dinner Main
Dishes, Lunch/Dinner Side Dishes, Side Beverages, Breakfast
Items, Snack Items, and Coffee Beverages) by Restaurant 69

3. EUROPE 70
Market Overview 70
Table 37: European Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for
Food Service Industry by Segments -Full Service Restaurants
and Others Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$
Billion for Years 2010 through 2015 70

Table 38: European 5-Year Perspective for Food Service
Industry by Segment - Percentage Share Breakdown of Revenues
for Full Service Restaurants and Other Markets for Years 2011
& 2015 71

Table 39: European Fast Food Industry (2011): Percentage
Market Share Breakdown of Revenues by Geographic
Region-Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Spain and
Others 71
Full-service Restaurants: Recession Impact 72
Germany 72
France 72
Spain 72
Russia 72
Table 40: Restaurant Industry in Russia (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Dollar Sales by Type of Outlet-
Fast-Food, Full-service Restaurants, Cafes/Bars, Street
Stalls/Kiosks and Others 73

Table 41: Restaurant Industry in Russia (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Number of Independent Outlets & Chain
Outlets by Type/Category 73

Table 42: Russian Fast-Food Chain Market (2011): Market
Share Breakdown of Fast- Food Chain Operators- McDonalds,
Rostiks-KFC, Sbarro and Others 74

Table 43: Russian Food Service Chain Market (2011):
Breakdown of Number of Outlets by Company 74
United Kingdom 74
Market Trends 74
Convenience Food 75
Take Away Food 75
Outlook 75

4. ASIA 76
Overview 76

4a. JAPAN 76
Overview 76

4b. CHINA 77
Full-service Restaurants 77
Quick-service Restaurants 77
Asian Quick-service Restaurants 77
Table 44: Chinese Foodservice Industry: Per Capita Dining
Out Expenditure (in RMB) for Years 2007 through 2010 78

Table 45: Chinese Foodservice Industry: Average Frequency of
Eating Out in the Year 2011 78

4c. NEW ZEALAND 79
Table 46: New Zealand Foodservice Industry (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Sales by Type of Outlet 79

Table 47: New Zealand Foodservice Industry (2011): Percentage
Share Breakdown of Sales by Region 79

4d. INDIA 80
Table 48: Indian Restaurant Industry (2011): Market Share
Breakdown by Sector- Organized and Unorganized 80

GLOBAL DIRECTORY

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