In Japan, many big companies have canteens for employees, which serve food at relatively cheaper prices compared with outside, while also providing convenience, especially for those located in rural areas, where there are a limited number of restaurants or supermarkets nearby. However, COVID-19 has changed the way in which people in Japan work, as many companies have implemented hybrid working, which is likely to continue to some extent even after the pandemic eases.
Sustainability has been gaining momentum amongst foodservice players in Japan, driven by the push from the government to promote Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as well as the implementation of a new law for recycling plastic materials developed by the Ministry of Environment. Under this new law, starting from April 2022 foodservice players were required to reduce the use of 12 kinds of disposable plastic, including plastic cutlery and stirrers, through initiatives such as switching to alternative materials, charging consumers for single-use plastic products, or rewarding those who decline plastic with points.
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Small, sometimes mobile, foodservice providers characterised by a limited product offering and by low prices. Includes street stalls, street hawkers and foodservice kiosks where food is prepared in some way and served through a hatch or over a display counter to take away. Also includes kiosks and carts located externally or internally eg in shopping malls etc. As a rule, street stalls/kiosks outlets tend to be smaller than 100% home delivery/takeaway outlets, while menus are more limited, often (though certainly not always) with a greater emphasis on snack items, rather than full meals.See All of Our Definitions
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