Report examines US foodservice future to 2015

Research and Markets has announced the addition of iCD Research’s new report The US: The Future of Foodservice to 2015 to its offerings.

This publication is the result of iCD’s market, consumer, and operator research covering the foodservice industry in the United States. It provides extensive analysis of historic and forecast foodservice industry sales, outlets, and transactions by a highly granular channel segmentation—to understand the real dynamics in the market. It also provides competitive intelligence of the leading players in the industry set within the context of the US’s business environment and landscape.

•Actual sales, food transaction, and outlet data is provided for all years from 2005 to 2010 with full data forecasts for all years from 2011 to 2015.

•All market sizing and analysis is conducted in local currency in order to ensure local trends are reflected.

•Complete data by subchannel for number or outlets, food transactions, and sales in operator selling prices.

•Competitor profiles with SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses/Limitations, Opportunities, and Threats) analysis, description of business activities, and strategies for the leading operators in the market.

•Comprehensive data and indicators on the business environment and country risk.

Before this analysis, a contraction in US economy and subsequent reduction in demand led to a –2.1% decline in the US foodservice industry in 2009. After that, the decline in the US foodservice market was more subdued as the nation’s GDP growth stabilized in 2010. In contrast to the review period, the US foodservice market is anticipated to demonstrate growth during the forecast period as a result of the increase in disposable income and an increase in employment in the nation between 2011 and 2015.

For more information, visit www.researchandmarkets.com/research/58ab3b/the_us_the_future.

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