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Food and foodservice Market Research

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  1. The Leisure Outlook - UK - August 2017

    “Leisure activities are driven by younger Millennials and parents of under-16s. Eating at pubs is a popular leisure activity, yet so is staying-in and ordering a takeaway. As the pay squeeze intensifies, more people are turning to free activities such as museums and galleries. Meanwhile, people ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2017
    UK
  2. Burger and Chicken Restaurants - UK - August 2017

    “Parents are vital to burger and chicken restaurants as the population of 0-14 year-olds grows. Brands are focusing on non-core items to boost snacking occasions, while diners want to see less sugar, fat and salt in burger and chicken meals. Yet the sector is experiencing the halo effect, with ...

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    Consumer Report
    August 2017
    UK
  3. Consumers and the Economic Outlook: Quarterly Update - UK - July 2017

    "The snap election clearly unsettled consumers. All three of our measures of sentiment fell between April and May. And the inconclusive result means that there was no immediate bounce in confidence post-election. Instead, our data shows that people were even more concerned after the results were ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2017
    UK
  4. Eating Out: The Decision Making Process - UK - July 2017

    “Special-occasion diners value quality of food more than offers while older diners expect low-priced items. Restaurants are moving away from formal and into homely interior designs to create third spaces for diners to feel at home. Fast food outlets may be attracting diners to visit with free ...

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    Consumer Report
    July 2017
    UK
  5. Attitudes towards Casual Dining - UK - June 2017

    "Diners are coming through the doors because of set menus and freebies but they are also demanding greater customer experience. This includes fast speed of service and quality of the atmosphere. With home delivery, operators can cater to diners who are not inclined to travel for a casual meal. ...

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    Consumer Report
    June 2017
    UK
  6. Attitudes towards Leisure Venue Catering - UK - June 2017

    “UK consumers are taking part in leisure activities more frequently than in recent years. With the value of the pound being affected by Brexit venues should see further increases in both UK and overseas visitors. Catering facilities at these venues are in a prime position to take advantage of this.”

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    Consumer Report
    June 2017
    UK
  7. Pub Catering - UK - May 2017

    “Value-for-money gastropubs are fuelling the pub sector. Diners want set menus and pubs are premiumising them to chase higher spending. There is potential to boost lunch sales, given that diners are interested in lunchtime takeaway options. However, dishes high in sugar, salt and fat may have to ...

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    Consumer Report
    May 2017
    UK
  8. Attitudes towards Home-Delivery and Takeaway Food - UK - March 2017

    “Price is a key consideration when ordering home delivery. This translates to lower consumer spend, as opposed to the average dine-in visit at a restaurant. Changing British lifestyles boost takeaway/home delivery services as consumers turn to delivery services to provide quick meals as they find ...

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    Consumer Report
    March 2017
    UK
  9. Menu Flavours - UK - February 2017

    “The spectacle of freshly prepared food gives people additional reasons to visit a restaurant, given the frugal mindsets of today’s consumer. In terms of flavours, diners want to see more ethnic flavours injected into familiar dishes. When it comes to grab-and-go lunch options, diners seek a wider ...

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    Consumer Report
    February 2017
    UK
  10. Ethnic Restaurants and Takeaways - UK - January 2017

    “It is becoming more important to provide additional reasons to visit, as ethnic restaurants face mounting pressures on recruitment, rising costs and weakening consumer confidence. Casual dining concepts that focus on communicating good food hygiene and offering leisure experiences should support ...

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    US $2,570.96 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    January 2017
    UK
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