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The Demand for Fast-casual Format of Eateries is Growing
18.10.2018 15:56
The Demand for Fast-casual Format of Eateries is Growing

 The demand for fast-casual format of eateries offering high quality food and fast service is growing: in the first half of 2018, this format accounted for 2% of all expenses of visitors of eateries in Russia, as Kommersant reports, referring to the study by the NPD Group.

      As compared to last year, the indicator grew by 1.5%. At the same time, the market is still dominated by fast-food restaurants accounting for 45% of expenses and full-service restaurants accounting for 28%. Dining rooms account for 9% of the market, coffee shops –for 5%.

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      Experts predict that the fast-casual segment will continue to grow: by the end of this year it may take 2.5% of the market, showing a growth of 67%.

      The majority of visitors of this kind of eateries are people aged from 16 to 35 (62%); the share of fast food in this age category is 48%. It is worth noting that the majority of eateries of this format (85%) are located in Moscow, and the demand for these is still far from saturation.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Moscow Russian business    

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