UAE Foodservice Market Examined by Canadean in New Research Report Published at

01 Sep 2015 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Due to increasing obesity rates and associated lifestyle diseases, the dietary habits of the UAE’s consumers are shifting toward healthy foods. The healthy and fresh food trend is also set to propel the growth of such specific cuisines as Japanese. Sticking to the healthy eating trend, food service operators are poised to increase their focus on locally sourced ingredients and will likely keep on developing innovative set-ups to make the dining and eating experience more thrilling, fun, and memorable.

The Emirati foodservice market is poised to see 4.5% growth during 2014-2019, driven by large working-age population and rising tourist volumes. The increase in public sector investments in the non-oil sector is expected to enhance the condition of the labour market and drive the economic growth. Retail is anticipated to become the most rapidly growing profit channel in terms of sales during 2014-2019, fuelled by the fast-paced development of the retail sector, especially in the big cities of Sharjah, Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Yum! Brands, McDonald’s, Subway, Brinker International, Dunkin’ Donuts, Burger King Holdings, CKE Restaurants, Al Khaja Group are the leading companies operating in the domestic foodservice industry.

New cutting-edge report “UAE Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in the UAE to 2019” created by Canadean offers an all-encompassing analysis of the UAE foodservice market with extensive forecasts. It provides detailed macro-economic analysis as well as consumer, technology and operator trends affecting the sector’s performance. The study examines the attractiveness of the foodservice market, giving details and unbiased insights into the industry’s development from 2009 and through to 2019-end. It provides accurate data on the valuation and development of cost and profit sectors alike, information on the number of outlets, average prices, transactions, foodservice sales, transactions per outlet, and sales per outlet across around 50 sub-channels. It also reviews the leading players alongside providing such insights as business overviews, product portfolios and the number of outlets. The regulatory landscape for foodservice operators in the domestic foodservice market is also canvassed in the report.

Report Details:

UAE Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in the UAE to 2019
Published: August, 2014 
Pages: 91
Price: US$ 3,200.00

More reports by the publisher can be found at Canadean page.


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