This year’s fourth issue of FoodService Europe & Middle East (July/August) is on its way to readers in more than 50 countries. Again, packed with market data, case studies, trend reports, and analyses.
Here’s a preview on the highlights of this issue:
- Pan-European Survey: young Asian concepts. Trends, brands and major players, nation by nation - part 2: France, Italy, Switzerland, The Netherlands/ Belgium and Spain – plus a glance at the USA.
- Concepts to Watch: showcasing innovative ideas in foodservice – 12 up-and-coming formulas from 4 European countries.
- Market Research: we investigate the Swedish fast-food scene and its largest players as well as the French foodservice market - rankings and analyses of the top 25 quickservice brands in Sweden and the top 50 French foodservice companies with their latest figures. In addition:
- City Guide Stockholm. The northern metropolis boasts many Michelin starred restaurants – and quite a few creative young chefs. Our gastronomic guide features the whole spectrum from fine dining to trendy take-aways and ambitious fast-food concepts.
- Interview: Peter Rebeiz, Chairman and CEO of Caviar House & Prunier – with 80 of its seafood bars and shops around the world, including a growing presence at airports, CH & P is unique among international foodservice brands in its focus on luxury foods and access to its own farming resources.
- Middle East Section: For the first time, we present an analysis of the Egyptian foodservice market. Plus a case study on the stylish casual dining concept Japengo Café, created by Binhendi Enterprises from the UAE and now preparing to take its success global.
- Trends: Drinking wine is becoming increasingly popular among young adults in Europe and overseas, as a Vinexpo study proves. We take a quick look at the study’s findings – and report on what operators say.
- Furthermore: How to find the right brand name – experts’ suggestions and examples from the foodservice industry. An excursion to Moscow – featuring the Nedal’nij Vostok design restaurant. As well as a trip to South Tyrol – the bilangual region boasts an extraordinarily strong culinary festival culture.
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