Sectors of foodservice industry

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Sectors of foodservice industry

  1. 1. HOTELS AND OTHER TOURIST ACCOMODATION RESTAURANTS POPULAR CATERING FAST FOOD TAKE AWAY BANQUETING LEISURE ATTRACTIONS INDUSTRIAL CATERING WELFARE CATERING TRANSPORT CATERING OUTDOOR CATERING SECTORS OF FOODSERVICE INDUSTRY
  2. 2. Hotels and other tourist accomodation  Provision of food and drink together with accomodation services  Historical summary Developed from Inns and supported by developments in transport and increases in business and leisure -related tourism Hotel, motel and other tourist accommodation often referred to as the LODGING INDUSTRY
  3. 3. Restaurants  Provision of food and drink, generally at a high price with high levels of service  Historical summary Grew out of hotel restaurants through chefs wishing to start theit own businesses
  4. 4. Popular catering  Including cafes, pizza, grills, specialist coffee shops  Provision of food and drink, low/medium price with limited levels of service and often high customer throughput  Historical summary Developed from ABC and Lyons concepts, highly influenced by the USA
  5. 5. Fast Food  Including McDonalds and Burger King  Provision of food and drink in highly specialised environment  Characterised by high investment, high labour costs and vast customer throughput  Historical Summary Grew from combination of popular catering and take away, high sophisticated meal packaging and marketing
  6. 6. Take away  Including ethnic, spuds, KFC,snacks, fish and chips, sandwich bars, kiosks  Fast provision of food and drink  Developed in UK from original fish and chip concepts.  Influenced by USA and trends in food tastes
  7. 7. Banqueting/conferencing exhibitions  Provision of large scale food and drink alongside services such as conferencing  Originally associated withn hotels but has now become major sector in ist own right  Leisure and special event market
  8. 8. Leisure attractions  Such as theme parks, museums, galleries, cinemas and theatres  Provision of food and drinks to people engaged in another pursuit  Historical summary Increases in leisure have made profit from food and drink attractive to leisure and amenity providers
  9. 9. Industrial catering  Provision of food and drink to people at work  Historical summary Born out of recognition that better-fe workers work better. Boosted in UK during First and Second WW Business/industry markets
  10. 10. Welfare catering  Provision of food and drink to people in colleges, universities and the forces and to people through established social needs  Social caterer/foodservice
  11. 11. Transport catering  Including railways, airlines and marine  Provision of food and drink to peolple on the move  Historical summary Grew out of the need to meet the demands of travelling public. Originally service were of high levels, reflecting the type of traveller. Eventually changed to meet the needs of a wide range of travellers.  Transportation market
  12. 12. Outdoor catering  Provision of food and drink away from home base and suppliers usually associated with a major event  Historical summary Developed through need to provide services at special events.  Catering market
  13. 13. Summary of sectors in the foodservice industry PROFIT ORIENTATED RESTRICTED MARKETRESTRICTED MARKET GENERAL MARKET COST PROVISION (public or privat ownership) (catering, main or secondary activity Transport catering Clubs Industrial Private welfare Hotels/Restaurants Popular catering Fast food /Take away Banqueting Leisure Pubs and Winebar Institutional catering Schools Universities/colleges The forces Prisons Industrial (own catering)

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