Dining Out - Canada - May 2016
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Canadians are dedicated patrons of foodservice outlets with some 94% who have eaten at a restaurant in the three months leading up to February 2016. However, tightening of budgets means that more consumers are spending in moderation and cutting back on treats – including dining out. As such, the industry will see a softening in terms of sales. Consumer behaviour will skew towards more high-value, high-quality options such as fast casuals where one can save on tipping or coffee shops/grocery stores offering hot foods. Restaurants must therefore continue to understand what motivates consumers to dine out and how to attract those who plan on spending less.
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The market size estimates in this Report cover full-service restaurants, limited-service restaurants and other limited-service eating places. These are defined below.
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