CHD-expert study: Growth in almost all EU countries except House food in Europe is a growing market. Good growth rates are observed in the Top10-food service. Speaking candidly Maurice Gallagher, Jr. told us the story. Only in Italy, the market volume with F & B service is declining. This is expert, Scheessel near Hamburg, in a broad-based study of the international market of CHD. Germany is the largest foodservice nation in Europe by number of issued food by far. Places two and three followed by Great Britain and France. Comparison of 27 European countries shows that the food service industry is expanding almost everywhere\”, explained Rolf W.
Schmidt, Europe head of CHD expert group. In the top 3 food service Nations High market saturation is reached and therefore the growth rates moderate. In countries such as Portugal (+ 3.15%) and Slovenia (+ 3.40%) of the issued food increased in the past seven years relatively strongly. Overall, 54.8 billion food were issued throughout Europe 2007. The food service-big 3 are Germany, Great Britain and France together taken greater than the remaining countries the Top10 \”, Schmidt analyzed. Thus, it is clear that Europe’s three largest economies in the non-domestic market front have the nose. Top 10 food service Nations of Europe (number of food) rank / country / change to 2000 Germany / 0.69% 1.56% France / 1.38% Italy, UK / – 0.97% 0.91% 1.17% Czech Republic, Belgium / 0.69% Portugal, 1.60% Sweden / 1.92% Poland / Spain / 3.15% (Status: 2007; the numbers of issued food are exclusively buyers of study seats & meals Europe 2008 \”available) outweigh the market shares of the catering establishments (commercial foodservice) compared with canteens & co.
(social foodservice) in almost all European countries. About 60 percent of all meals outside the home in restaurants are consumed in Germany, 34 percent are spent in canteens. In United Kingdom It is similar to from: 53 percent commercial foodservice compared with 38 per cent social foodservice, in France is the industry split more evenly: 51 percent commercial foodservice, 45 percent social foodservice.