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Self-Service Cafeterias

Euromonitor International publishes the world's most comprehensive market research on the self-service cafeterias industry. Our reports feature a wealth of standardised and cross-comparable statistics including total market sizes, market share and brand share data, distribution and industry trends and sub-category level information.

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Strategy Briefing

Online, Mobile and Delivery: What we can Learn from Four Key Markets

Sep 2016

Online, mobile and delivery channels have become an important part of consumer foodservice strategies. While it is clear that long-term growth opportunities exist, local execution is far more complicated. This briefing takes a look at the online, ...

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New Concepts in Consumer Foodservice: Modern Technology and Alternative Formats

Sep 2016

In the second part of this two-part global briefing, Euromonitor International highlights two more distinct trends from 2015 in new concepts. While foodservice operators are adopting healthier fare to cater to changing consumer preferences, as ...

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Country Report

Self-Service Cafeterias in the United Arab Emirates

Aug 2016

Self-service cafeterias continues to be a small channel in consumer foodservice in the United Arab Emirates, accounting for less than half a percentage point of overall value sales. This channel had just 10 outlets in 2015 and saw no expansion over ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in New Zealand

Aug 2016

Value growth in self-service cafeterias in 2015 was supported by increased consumer spending on dining outside of the home. This was reflected in the 2% increase recorded in the average transactions value in the category to NZ$12.50, up from NZ$12.30...

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Online, Mobile and Delivery: Three Trends that are Changing the Way we Dine Out

Jul 2016

Many of the biggest strategic questions in consumer foodservice can be traced back to developments in online ordering, mobile payments and demand for delivery service. This global briefing explores the intersections of these three movements, the ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in South Africa

Jul 2016

Self-service cafeterias continued to be an insignificant channel within consumer foodservice in South Africa in 2015....

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Australia

Jul 2016

In 2015 MYO’s parent company Pacific Investments Pty Ltd, went into liquidation shortly after it acquired the brand, which resulted in the closure of several MYO outlets. Considering that MYO was the largest player in chained self-service cafeterias ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Japan

Jun 2016

Self-service cafeterias in Japan grew by 3% in value terms to reach ¥226 billion in 2015. The robust performance of chained players, which accounted for a 75% value share of overall self-service cafeterias, compensated for the shrinking sales of ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Egypt

Jun 2016

During 2015, self-service cafeterias remained a small and underdeveloped consumer foodservice category in Egypt. Egyptian people are generally unfamiliar with the self-service cafeteria concept and in light of the low labour costs and high levels of ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Canada

Jun 2016

Self-service cafeterias is a minor channel in consumer foodservice, accounting for just 1% of overall value sales in 2015 and seeing below-average current value growth. Overall, this channel is struggling, as it failed to match the levels of ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in the Czech Republic

Jun 2016

Self-service cafeterias outlets in the Czech Republic are mostly located in business parks and office areas and serve customers employed in the area. Therefore, it benefits from the growing economy and falling unemployment rate, which reached 5% in ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Portugal

May 2016

After eight years of decline, independent self-service cafeterias increased by 3% in current value terms in 2015, leading to the overall positive performance of the channel. At the same time, chained outlets continued to see a current value decline, ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Taiwan

May 2016

A number of Taiwan’s consumer foodservice companies were involved in adulterated food oil scandals in 2013. During 2014, meanwhile, several serious incidents involving the use of recycled ‘gutter oil’ in food oil products also came to light. These ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Austria

May 2016

Self-service cafeterias registered positive current value growth in Austria in 2015 which was comparable to the CAGR registered in the review period. It benefited from the strong performance of those outlets located in retailers such as hypermarkets,...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in India

May 2016

Self-service cafeterias continues to be dominated by independents in India. This is because labour in the country remains relatively inexpensive when compared to other developed countries. As a result, most consumers are used to waiting staff and an ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Romania

May 2016

Demand for self-service cafeterias increased very strongly in Romania during the recent economic crisis, especially in seaside resorts during summer, when domestic tourists on limited budgets favoured consumer foodservice outlets that can provide a ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Slovakia

May 2016

Current value sales grew by 1% to reach €60 million in 2015. Transactions also increased by 3% as Slovak consumers favoured value for money deals present, predominantly, via cantina-style outlets. These outlets also accept a wide range of food ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in Venezuela

May 2016

Despite positive conditions in terms of demand, self-service cafeterias recorded stagnation in the number of outlets in 2015 due to the adverse factors affecting all consumer foodservice companies. Higher costs and severe difficulties in obtaining ...

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Self-Service Cafeterias in South Korea

May 2016

Swedish retailing giant IKEA launched its first store in South Korea in December 2014, with the outlet being the company’s largest in Asia. Before entering the market, there were objections and arguments because many consumers were concerned that ...

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