Profit Foodservice in Canada

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Datamonitor's Profit Foodservice in Canada industry profile is an essential resource for top-level data and analysis covering the Profit Foodservice industry. It includes data on market size and segmentation, plus textual and graphical analysis of the key trends and competitive landscape, leading companies and demographic information. Scope * Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and/or segmentation* Provides textual analysis of Profit Foodservice in Canada's recent performance and future prospects* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards * Includes a five-year forecast of Profit Foodservice in Canada* The leading companies are profiled with supporting key financial metrics * Supported by the key macroeconomic and demographic data affecting the market Highlights * Detailed information is included on market size, measured by value and/or volume * Five forces scorecards provide an accessible yet in depth view of the market's competitive landscapeWhy you should buy this report * Spot future trends and developments * Inform your business decisions * Add weight to presentations and marketing materials * Save time carrying out entry-level researchMarket DefinitionFoodservice is defined as the sale of food and drinks for immediate consumption either on the premises from which they were bought, or in designated eating areas shared with other foodservice operators, or in the case of takeaways transactions, freshly prepared food for immediate consumption.. Datamonitor's definition excludes sales through vending machines and is restricted to sales in specific foodservice channels (please see channel definitions below). Various channels have been grouped together in what is called the "Profit sector" - this sector is characterised by the fact that no subsidy is paid (either directly or indirectly) to anyone participating in the foodservice transaction.. That is that neither the consumer nor the foodservice operator receives any subsidy. This includes the following channels - cafes, pubs & bars, nightclubs, full service restaurants, quick service restaurants, takeaways, hotels and lodging, street & mobile vendors, retail locations, leisure locations, on-board locations.. All sector values are given in Operator Buying Prices, that is the amount spent by foodservice operators on the food and drink that they serve and not the amount the consumers spend on food and drinks (Operator Selling Prices - OSPs) in these channels.. The difference is the mark up the foodservice operator adds in order to cover their other costs and generate a profit. This therefore values the sector in terms of the amount of money for which food and drinks manufacturers are competing. Sector volumes are classed as the total number of visits by individuals to foodservice locations that involve the consumption of either food, or drink, or both.. As such, if several people visit one location at once and there is only one bill (e.g. a group dining in a restaurant), the number of transactions is counted as being one for each person in the group. Multiple purchases made during the same visit (e.g. a person buys several drinks bought over a period of time in a bar) are counted as one transaction.. The purchase of drink with food in the same location in the same visit is also considered as one transaction, not two. The sector consists of the total revenues generated by caf

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Profit Foodservice in Canada

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Profit Foodservice in CanadaPublished on December 2010 Report SummaryDatamonitors Profit Foodservice in Canada industry profile is an essential resource for top-level data and analysis covering the ProfitFoodservice industry. It includes data on market size and segmentation, plus textual and graphical analysis of the key trends andcompetitive landscape, leading companies and demographic information.Scope* Contains an executive summary and data on value, volume and/or segmentation* Provides textual analysis of Profit Foodservice in Canadas recent performance and future prospects* Incorporates in-depth five forces competitive environment analysis and scorecards* Includes a five-year forecast of Profit Foodservice in Canada* The leading companies are profiled with supporting key financial metrics* Supported by the key macroeconomic and demographic data affecting the marketHighlights* Detailed information is included on market size, measured by value and/or volume* Five forces scorecards provide an accessible yet in depth view of the markets competitive landscapeWhy you should buy this report* Spot future trends and developments* Inform your business decisions* Add weight to presentations and marketing materials* Save time carrying out entry-level researchMarket DefinitionFoodservice is defined as the sale of food and drinks for immediate consumption either on the premises from which they were bought,or in designated eating areas shared with other foodservice operators, or in the case of takeaways transactions, freshly prepared foodfor immediate consumption.. Datamonitors definition excludes sales through vending machines and is restricted to sales in specificfoodservice channels (please see channel definitions below). Various channels have been grouped together in what is called theProfit Foodservice in Canada Page 1/5
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics"Profit sector" - this sector is characterised by the fact that no subsidy is paid (either directly or indirectly) to anyone participating in thefoodservice transaction.. That is that neither the consumer nor the foodservice operator receives any subsidy. This includes thefollowing channels - cafes, pubs & bars, nightclubs, full service restaurants, quick service restaurants, takeaways, hotels and lodging,street & mobile vendors, retail locations, leisure locations, on-board locations.. All sector values are given in Operator Buying Prices,that is the amount spent by foodservice operators on the food and drink that they serve and not the amount the consumers spend onfood and drinks (Operator Selling Prices - OSPs) in these channels.. The difference is the mark up the foodservice operator adds inorder to cover their other costs and generate a profit. This therefore values the sector in terms of the amount of money for which foodand drinks manufacturers are competing. Sector volumes are classed as the total number of visits by individuals to foodservicelocations that involve the consumption of either food, or drink, or both.. As such, if several people visit one location at once and thereis only one bill (e.g. a group dining in a restaurant), the number of transactions is counted as being one for each person in the group.Multiple purchases made during the same visit (e.g. a person buys several drinks bought over a period of time in a bar) are countedas one transaction.. The purchase of drink with food in the same location in the same visit is also considered as one transaction, nottwo. The sector consists of the total revenues generated by cafés, pubs, clubs, nightclubs, restaurants, takeaways, hotels & lodgings,street & mobile vendors, retail vendors, leisure vendors and on-board vendors - defined as food sold on board air, rail, sea or coachtraveling vehicles. All currency conversions were carried out at constant 2008 average exchange rates. For the purpose of this reportthe Americas is deemed to comprise of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, and the US. Table of ContentTABLE OF CONTENTSEXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2MARKET OVERVIEW 7Market definition 7Research highlights 8Market analysis 9MARKET VALUE 10MARKET VOLUME 11MARKET SEGMENTATION I 12MARKET SEGMENTATION II 13FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 14Summary 14Buyer power 16Supplier power 17New entrants 18Substitutes 19Rivalry 20LEADING COMPANIES 21Cara Operations 21McDonalds Corporation 22Pizza Pizza Royalty Income Fund 26MARKET FORECASTS 28Market value forecast 28Market volume forecast 29MACROECONOMIC INDICATORS 30APPENDIX 32Methodology 32Industry associations 33Profit Foodservice in Canada Page 2/5
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsRelated Datamonitor research 33Disclaimer 34ABOUT DATAMONITOR 35Premium Reports 35Summary Reports 35Datamonitor consulting 35LIST OF TABLESTable 1: Canada profit foodservice sector value: $ million, 200509 10Table 2: Canada profit foodservice sector volume: million transactions, 200509 11Table 3: Canada profit foodservice sector segmentation I:% share, by value, 2009 12Table 4: Canada profit foodservice sector segmentation II: % share, by value, 2009 13Table 5: Cara Operations: key facts 21Table 6: McDonalds Corporation: key facts 22Table 7: McDonalds Corporation: key financials ($) 23Table 8: McDonalds Corporation: key financial ratios 24Table 9: Pizza Pizza Royalty Income Fund: key facts 26Table 10: Canada profit foodservice sector value forecast: $ million, 200914 28Table 11: Canada profit foodservice sector volume forecast: million transactions, 200914 29Table 12: Canada size of population (million), 200509 30Table 13: Canada gdp (constant 2000 prices, $ billion), 200509 30Table 14: Canada gdp (current prices, $ billion), 200509 30Table 15: Canada inflation, 200509 31Table 16: Canada consumer price index (absolute), 200509 31Table 17: Canada exchange rate, 200509 31LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: Canada profit foodservice sector value: $ million, 200509 10Figure 2: Canada profit foodservice sector volume: million transactions, 200509 11Figure 3: Canada profit foodservice sector segmentation I:% share, by value, 2009 12Figure 4: Canada profit foodservice sector segmentation II: % share, by value, 2009 13Figure 5: Forces driving competition in the profit foodservice sector in Canada, 2009 14Figure 6: Drivers of buyer power in the profit foodservice sector in Canada, 2009 16Figure 7: Drivers of supplier power in the profit foodservice sector in Canada, 2009 17Figure 8: Factors influencing the likelihood of new entrants in the profit foodservice sector in Canada, 2009 18Figure 9: Factors influencing the threat of substitutes in the profit foodservice sector in Canada, 2009 19Figure 10: Drivers of degree of rivalry in the profit foodservice sector in Canada, 2009 20Figure 11: McDonalds Corporation: revenues & profitability 24Figure 12: McDonalds Corporation: assets & liabilities 25Figure 13: Canada profit foodservice sector value forecast: $ million, 200914 28Figure 14: Canada profit foodservice sector volume forecast: million transactions, 200914 29Profit Foodservice in Canada Page 3/5
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