Home » Consumer Foodservice, Europe, Ingredients, Video » Consumer Foodservice in France Enjoying Growth


July 3, 2012

Consumer Foodservice in France Enjoying Growth

The consumer foodservice industry in France is enjoying healthy growth mainly due to the rise in casual dining outlets which offer moderate prices in a less formal atmosphere. Johanna Kolerski-Bezerra, country analyst at Euromonitor, explains that the concept of casual dining resonates with French consumers who flock to restaurants such as La Pataterie and Léon de Bruxelles, two casual dining chains that exemplify the healthy growth of French foodservice operators.

Watch this video on Youtube_48x48


« Indonesia’s Rising Middle Class to Transform the Country’s Consumer Market | Main | In Focus: A Better Life »

Subscribe

 RSS Feed

Receive New Posts via Email:

 

Join us on...

Filter by Category

Filter by Geography

Filter by Industry

Recent Posts

Lo que podemos esperar de la entrada de Amazon a México

Will Graphic Health Warnings on Cigarette Packages Dissuade Lithuanian Smokers?

Global Light Vehicle Sales Forecast to Exceed 100 Million Units in 2019

5 Things to Know about Consumers in Emerging Markets

Major Italian Coffee Players Facing Crossroads

Consumer Expenditure Growth in the Philippines to Accelerate in the Long Term

Singaporean Consumers in 2020: A Look into the Future

Cider/Perry: Adapting, Evolving and Growing

Changing Income and Expenditure of the Global Middle Class since the 2008-2009 Financial Crisis

Contagion Effects of Greek Default Should be Limited