The COVID-19 pandemic profoundly disrupted the market for meals in Germany. With foodservice largely restricted, most food spending is funneled into grocery retail and retailers are leveraging this position of strength, working with grocery delivery startups, to target consumers at home.
The Coronavirus pandemic has dramatically altered consumer eating habits and lifestyles. Foodservice outlets located in city centres were particularly hard hit by the lack of footfall during home seclusion. As flexible working arrangements are likely to remain long term, CFS operators need to rethink their location strategies in order to thrive.
Euromonitor's Session title: The World Beyond the Pandemic Session description: The global pandemic has in many ways re-shaped how economies and consumers operate. It’s more important than ever for businesses to understand and adapt to changing consumer priorities in order to stay relevant.
Eating occasions have evolved significantly. Changes in consumer habits - and the concept of the home as a hub - will have a key influence in shaping eating habits over the next few years. Meanwhile, experiential dining out and food discovery at specialist retailers have been under threat, leading to a surge in experimentation at home. Value for money positioning is more important than ever as consumers seek novel experiences despite tightened budgets. Here we examine the drivers and innovation examples that businesses can benefit from in line with these evolving eating occasions.
This video explores three key topics: the Evolution of Physical Space in Retail and Hospitality, The Future of Commerce, and The Era of Food on Demand. All three sit at the crossroads of the physical and digital worlds, with a combination of massive,…