Food-to-go latest research

Presentations

24/11/2020
An update to our food-to-go predictions for 2020-2022 taking into account the latest market developments and shopper responses to COVID-19
12/11/2020
Fakeaways, dine-in deals, restaurant ranges and recipe fixtures feature in these UK case studies, as retailers seek to retain gains from out-of-home spend.
10/11/2020
Chipotle has introduced Real Foodprint, a metric provided by HowGood, an independent research company. Chopotle’s app allows shoppers to build a food order to calculate a Real Foodprint.
02/11/2020
A comprehensive review of unstaffed stores from around the world. In this report we present our thoughts about the concept and the implication of these stores on industry. We catalogue numerous examples from around the world, and look at how this novel concept could evolve in the future.
01/10/2020
Major foodservice operators are starting to roll-out new store concepts, developed for the post-pandemic era. We look at five formats and the four key themes linking them together.
25/09/2020
This report covers the UK quick service restaurant (QSR) market, its challenges and opportunities, and the latest trends. It includes profiles of the key players - McDonald's, KFC and Burger King - as well as innovative smaller operators, such as Five Guys, Neat Burger and Jollibee. We look further afield for inspiration from creator, Habit Burger Grill and Sonic, and identify the implications and opportunities for suppliers.
22/09/2020
Our food-to-go predictions for 2020 and beyond. This year our report considers four possible scenarios for the future of food-to-go from 2020-2022. Focussing on the most likely scenario, we examine the short and longer term impacts on each sub-sector (coffee specialists, food-to-go specialists, QSR, convenience/forecourts and supermarkets/hypermarkets) and highlight implications for operators, retailers and suppliers.
26/08/2020
Mos Burger, a Japanese hamburger chain, has started using robots to service customers.
24/08/2020
Working from home has become the new norm for many, however office workers still sometimes want a change of scene – and a decent coffee. To meet this need, Starbucks Japan has collaborated with design consultant ThinkLab to develop a coworking space concept in the 2nd floor of its Tokyo Ginza shop.
16/07/2020
How the pandemic has affected food-to-go in retail and foodservice and what this means for retailers, operators and suppliers. Illustrated with examples from McDonald's, Pret, Subeay, Starbucks, KFC, Leon, Morrisons, Sweetgreen, Burger King and SPAR amongst others.