Issue 04/13

Soho House, University Catering & Wedding Locations

The latest issue of FoodService Europe & Middle East is on its way to readers in over 50 countries of the world. Among the subjects covered in this 75-page magazine: catering at European universities, wedding locations and foodservice at Munich Airport.
Plus: market analyses from Austria, France, Sweden and the USA and the global statistics of world-market leader, McDonald’s.

Our interview this time is with Martin Kuczmarski, Operations Director Soho House, who explains the philosophy of the members’ club, which currently runs 11 clubs in metropolises around the world, and his innovative take on foodservice and design.

The Pan-European Survey in this issue spotlights foodservice for students and staff at universities. University restaurants have to cater for the needs of a clientele with little cash to spare but growing expectations when it comes to the quality and sustainable food production. The first part portrays the markets in Germany, Great Britain, Spain, Italy and France.

A very special setting is a must for the “best day of your life”. We present some of Europe’s most attractive locations in our Hot Trend section.

In the Middle East section, everything revolves around the increasingly popular phenomenon of high tea. Luxury hotels throughout the region are boosting their afternoon business with traditional ceremonies and attracting both Arab guests and the ex-pat community.

For the first time, this issue includes an analysis of the Austrian market. In addition to a ranking of the top foodservice companies, local players also comment on the special features of the country’s foodservice scene. Also in the spotlight: the markets in Sweden, France and the USA.

Other top subjects in this issue include event design with impressive photos of table-top orchestrations by the Meyer catering company from Frankfurt am Main, an analytic look at the worldwide figures presented by McDonald’s, the international development of Yum!, a portrait of foodservice facilities at Munich Airport and profiles of three future-oriented take-away formats. And then, as usual, we present the latest trend products from suppliers and portray blender manufacturer Vitamix.

Click here for the complete table of contents as a fse04_Inhalt.pdf

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