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2012 Research || Prepared foods and ready to-eat foods at retail the new competition to foodservice
 

2012 Research || Prepared foods and ready to-eat foods at retail the new competition to foodservice

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Hoping to parlay recession-based foodservice-to-retail migration into long-term gains, food retailers continue to ratchet up their prepared foods and ready-to-eat programs. Packaged Facts estimates ...

Hoping to parlay recession-based foodservice-to-retail migration into long-term gains, food retailers continue to ratchet up their prepared foods and ready-to-eat programs. Packaged Facts estimates that grocery stores and supermarkets will grow prepared- and ready-to-eat foods sales by more than 7% in 2010.

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    2012 Research || Prepared foods and ready to-eat foods at retail the new competition to foodservice 2012 Research || Prepared foods and ready to-eat foods at retail the new competition to foodservice Document Transcript

    • Aarkstore.com announces, a new market research report is available in its vast collection: Prepared Foods and Ready-to-Eat Foods at Retail: The New Competition to Foodservicehttp://www.aarkstore.com/reports/Prepared-Foods-and-Ready-to-Eat-Foods-at-Retail-The-New-Competition-to-Foodservice-47434.htmlRSS FeedHoping to parlay recession-based foodservice-to-retail migration into long-term gains, food retailerscontinue to ratchet up their prepared foods and ready-to-eat programs. Packaged Facts estimates thatgrocery stores and supermarkets will grow prepared- and ready-to-eat foods sales by more than 7%in 2010. Their usage imprint is already imposing:According to Packaged Facts’ proprietary consumer research, 64% of adult consumers have gottenready-to-eat/heat-and-eat food from a grocery store or supermarket in the last month. Moreover, interms of total usage occasions, grocery-related prepared foods use leads both family and casualrestaurant segments and trails only fast food/QSR.While convenience stores have also relied heavily on prepared foods and foodservice sales for salesand higher margins, increasing competition extends to supercenters, warehouse clubs, conveniencestores and drug stores. At a time when food value is so closely associated with low cost andconvenience—and when consumers increasingly perceive private label food retail brands ascompetitive with name brands on cost and quality—prepared and ready-to-eat foods programs thatdeliver on quality, taste and convenience can not only compete with foodservice fare, but can alsohelp food retailers adapt to modern consumer lifestyles.New report, Prepared Food and Ready-to-Eat Foods at Retail: The New Competition to Foodserviceoffers the foodservice and retail industries new insight into the highly competitive prepared and ready-to-eat foods space. Relying heavily on proprietary consumer research analysis, the report provides“consumer drilldowns” and psychographic profiling, offering foodservice operators and retailers uniqueaccess to the minds of prepared foods consumers.And by assessing the relationship between fast food, family, and casual restaurant attitudes andbehavior with that of grocery store and convenience store prepared foods attitudes and behavior, thisreport also offers unique competitive analysis to help players align and differentiate their productofferings.The report also include in-depth store audits of prepared foods programs at leading supermarket,supercenter and warehouse/club store players, providing on-the-ground analysis of store formats,food prices, food types and menu items, placing access to competitive platforms at participants’fingertips.
    • The report also includes segmented sales of supermarket deli prepared foods, as well as a host ofmacroeconomic metrics tailored to maximize understanding of how prepared foods fits into the biggerpicture.Data related to consumer demographics, attitudes and behaviors is derived from two sources:Proprietary consumer survey, an internet-based survey comprised of random sample of 1,881consumers who in aggregate represent a statistically accurate cross-section of the U.S. adultpopulation (age 18+). The survey was fielded in February 2010.The Experian Simmons National Consumer Survey, a booklet-based survey of a large and randomsample of consumers who in aggregate represent a statistically accurate cross-section of the U.S.adult population (age 18+). We analyze results from its Fall 2007, Fall 2008, and Fall 2009 surveys.Table of Contents : Scope and Methodology Scope Methodology Prepared foods macroeconomic summary Relevant facts and figures Prepared Foods: Food Retail Usage & Outlook Tracker Relevant facts and figures Share of Stomach: Sales Analysis Relevant facts and figures Trends, Innovations & Strategies Relevant facts and figures Consumer Prepared Foods Selection Analysis Relevant facts and figures Prepared Foods: Grocery vs. Convenience Stores: Consumer Use & Selection Differentiators Prepared Foods: Food Retail vs. Restaurants: Consumer Use & Selection Differentiators Relevant facts and figures RTE Food Retail HH Income & Gender Drill Downs Psychographic Profile Analysis RTE food retail brand analysis: selected insights Casey’s General Stores, Inc
    • Costco Wholesale Corporation The Kroger Co Publix Safeway Inc. SUPERVALU INC. Whole Foods Market Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. Additional store audits: The Fresh Market, Super Target and SweetbayThe Big Picture: consumers remain under pressure Consumer confidence still in a trough Unemployment picture stabilizes Personal savings rate: a boon and a bane Graph 2-1: Unemployment, Savings Rate and Consumer Confidence: 2007-2010 Unemployment rate not one-size-fits-all Disparity in unemployment rates by education level Young adults, minorities and men also find harder going Graph 2-2: Unemployment Rate, Selected Demographics, 2007-2010 Graph 2-3: Unemployment Rate, by Race/Ethnicity, 2007-2010 Unemployment forecast: a little less bleak in 2011, and just a little less bleak than that in 2012More Related Reports :The Foodservice Landscape in the U.S.: Restaurant Industry and Consumer Trends, 2nd EditionCoffee and Tea Foodservice Trends in the U.S.Health on the Restaurant Menu: Foodservice Trends in the U.S.Latino Foodservice Trends in the U.S.Convenience Store Foodservice Trends in the U.S.Hospital, Nursing Home and Residential Facility Foodservice Trends in the U.S.Corporate Foodservice Trends in the U.S.
    • The Education Foodservice Market in the U.S.: Elementary, Secondary and Higher EducationPrepared Foods and Ready-to-Eat Foods at Retail: The New Competition to FoodserviceFoodservice Breakfast Trends in the U.S.Foodservice Lunch Trends in the U.S.Foodservice Dinner Trends in the U.S.Foodservice Snack and Dessert Trends in the U.S.Related Keywords :Ready to eat, Retail, Foodservice, About us, Company Profile, Industry Sector, Country Report, MarketSectorFor More details about above & other Reports plz contact :Aarkstore.comContact: Marketing teamMob.No.918149852585Email: enquiry@aarkstore.comURL: http://www.aarkstore.com/http://in.linkedin.com/in/aarkstorehttp://www.facebook.com/aarkstoreYou can also request for sample page of above mention reports on sample@aarkstore.com