U.S. foodservice industry grew at CAGR of 2.2% from 2006 to 2011, expected to grow at CAGR of 1.9% until 2016, according to new report

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US Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in the US to 2016

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Synopsis

"US Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in the US to 2016" provides a top-level overview and detailed market, channel, and company-specific insights into the operating environment for foodservice companies.

Summary

Why was the report written?

This report is the result of Canadean's extensive market and company research covering the US foodservice industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast foodservice industry values at channel level, analysis of the leading companies in the industry and the US' business environment and landscape. The study provides an interesting perspective regarding the impact of the mild buoyancy in the US economy on the foodservice sector.

What is the current market landscape and what is changing?

The foodservice industry grew at a CAGR of 2.2% from 2006 to 2011 and is expect to grow at a CAGR of 1.9% until 2016. The macro trends, such as employment and GDP growth in the economy, are expected to remain strong on account of lower inflation figures and improving employment figures in the country

What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?
During the review period, the growth in the US foodservice industry was attributed to strong consumer confidence, except for 2008 –2009, which reflected the rise in employment and increasing discretionary income in the country.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?

"US Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in the US to 2016" provides a top-level overview and detailed market, channel, and company-specific insights into the operating environment for foodservice companies. It is an essential tool for companies active across the US foodservice value chain, and for new companies considering entering the industry.

Scope

This report provides readers with unparalleled levels of detail and insight into the development of the foodservice sector within the US.

This report provides readers with in depth data on the valuation and development of both the Profit and Cost sectors in the US foodservice market.

This report provides details on the number of outlets, transactions, average price, foodservice sales, sales per outlet and transactions per outlet per week across nearly 50 sub-channels.

This report provides highly granular future forecasts and historic market data to aid market and strategic planning.

This report will help you to assess the impact of the economic recession and recovery on foodservice market growth.

Reasons To Buy

Data sets are provided for 2006 through to 2016, with actual data provided until 2011.

All initial market sizing and analysis is conducted in local currency in order to ensure local trends are reflected in the data before conversion into other currencies.

This report covers 11 foodservice channels, seven in the profit sector and four in the cost sector, further segmented into nearly 50 sub-channels.

Key Highlights

In the US, the number of health problems and a general concern for living a healthy lifestyle have resulted in the growth of reduced fat products and nutritional products in the US foodservice industry.

As a result of economic uncertainty, US consumers are evaluating their spending and value buying is becoming a major driver in the US foodservice industry. Consumers are not only considering price as a key facet of value, but also considering quality, taste, and convenience as aspects of value buying.

In the US, foodservice operators are increasingly interacting with consumers in real-time. Social networking sites and smart-phone apps have created many new opportunities for foodservice operators and marketers to interact with customer.

Foodservice operators in 2011 were forced to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and improve quality. A similar trend is expected to continue with independent restaurants and foodservice operators, as consumers are expected to patronize chain operators more often.

The travel channel has significant growth potential as the US has the largest airline passenger market. Moreover, paid onboard meals were reduced as a cost cutting measures by many airlines and the early arrival of passengers due to safety regulations stimulated demand for foodservice at US airports.

Table of Contents

1 Introduction

1.1 What is this Report About?

1.2 Definitions

1.2.1 This report provides 2011 actual sales; while forecasts are provided for 2012 – 2016

1.3 Summary Methodology

2 Executive Summary

3 US Foodservice – Market Attractiveness

3.1 US Foodservice Market Size

3.2 Market Trends and Drivers

3.2.1 The US Macro-Economic Fundamentals

3.2.2 US Foodservice – Consumer Trends and Drivers

3.2.3 US Foodservice – Technology Trends and Drivers

3.2.4 US Foodservice – Operator Trends and Drivers

Menu trends 41

Format trends 45

3.3 US Foodservice Market Forecasts

4 US Foodservice – Market Dynamics and Structure

4.1 Profit Sector Analysis

4.1.1 Channel Share Analysis

4.1.2 Profit Sector Structure: Outlets

4.1.3 Profit Sector Demand: Transactions

4.2 Cost Sector Analysis

4.2.1 Channel Share Analysis

4.2.2 Cost Sector Structure: Outlets

4.2.3 Cost Sector Demand: Transactions

4.3 Regulatory Environment

4.3.1 Legal and Self – Regulating Developments

4.3.2 Key Regulations for Foodservice Sector

5 US Foodservice – Profit Sector Analysis

5.1 Profit Sector Analysis: Accommodation

5.1.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis – accommodation

5.1.2 Bargaining Power of Supplier: low to medium

5.1.3 Bargaining Power of Buyer: Low to medium

5.1.4 Barrier to Entry: medium

5.1.5 Intensity of Rivalry: high

5.1.6 Threat of Substitutes: low to medium

5.1.7 Channel Trend Analysis

5.1.8 Channel Size and Forecasts

5.1.9 Key Channel Indicators

5.2 Profit Sector Analysis: Leisure

5.2.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis – leisure

5.2.2 Bargaining Power of Supplier: low

5.2.3 Bargaining Power of Buyer: low

5.2.4 Barrier to Entry: medium to high

5.2.5 Intensity of Rivalry: medium to high

5.2.6 Threat of Substitutes: low

5.2.7 Channel Trend Analysis

5.2.8 Channel Size and Forecasts

5.2.9 Key Channel Indicators

5.3 Profit Sector Analysis: Pubs, Clubs and Bars

5.3.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis – pubs, clubs and bars

5.3.2 Bargaining Power of Supplier: low to medium

5.3.3 Bargaining Power of Buyer: medium

5.3.4 Barrier to Entry: low to medium

5.3.5 Intensity of Rivalry: high

5.3.6 Threat of Substitutes: medium

5.3.7 Channel Trend Analysis

5.3.8 Channel Size and Forecasts

5.3.9 Key Channel Indicators

5.4 Profit Sector Analysis: Restaurants

5.4.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis – restaurants

5.4.2 Bargaining Power of Supplier: low to medium

5.4.3 Bargaining Power of Buyer: low to medium

5.4.4 Barrier to Entry: low to medium

5.4.5 Intensity of Rivalry: medium to high

5.4.6 Threat of Substitutes: low to medium

5.4.7 Channel Trend Analysis

5.4.8 Channel Size and Forecasts

5.4.9 Key Channel Indicators

5.5 Profit Sector Analysis: Retail

5.5.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis – retail

5.5.2 Bargaining Power of Supplier: low to medium

5.5.3 Bargaining Power of Buyer: low to medium

5.5.4 Barrier to Entry: medium to high

5.5.5 Intensity of Rivalry: medium to high

5.5.6 Threat of Substitutes: medium

5.5.7 Channel Trend Analysis

5.5.8 Channel Size and Forecasts

5.5.9 Key Channel Indicators

5.6 Profit Sector Analysis: Travel

5.6.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis – travel

5.6.2 Bargaining Power of Supplier: medium

5.6.3 Bargaining Power of Buyer: low to high

5.6.4 Barrier to Entry: medium to high

5.6.5 Intensity of Rivalry: low to medium

5.6.6 Threat of Substitutes: low

5.6.7 Channel Trend Analysis

5.6.8 Channel Size and Forecasts

5.6.9 Key Channel Indicators

5.7 Profit Sector Analysis: Workplace

5.7.1 Porter's Five Force Analysis – workplace

5.7.2 Bargaining Power of Supplier: medium

5.7.3 Bargaining Power of Buyer: low to medium

5.7.4 Barrier to Entry: medium to high

5.7.5 Intensity of Rivalry: medium

5.7.6 Threat of Substitutes: low

5.7.7 Channel Trend Analysis

5.7.8 Channel Size and Forecasts

5.7.9 Key Channel Indicators

6 US Foodservice – Cost Sector Analysis

6.1 Cost Sector Analysis: Education

6.1.1 Channel trend analysis

6.1.2 Channel size and forecasts

6.1.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators

6.2 Cost Sector Analysis: Healthcare

6.2.1 Channel trend analysis

6.2.2 Channel size and forecasts

6.2.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators

6.3 Cost Sector Analysis: Military and Civil Defense

6.3.1 Channel trend analysis

6.3.2 Channel size and forecasts

6.3.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators

6.4 Cost Sector Analysis: Welfare and Services

6.4.1 Channel trend analysis

6.4.2 Channel size and forecasts

6.4.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators

7 US Foodservice – Competitive Landscape

7.1 Leading Financial Deals

7.2 Company Profile: McDonalds Corporation

7.2.1 Business Description

7.2.2 McDonald's Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.2.3 McDonald's Corporation: Analysis of Key Performance Indicators

7.2.4 McDonald's Corporation: Mergers and Acquisitions and Partnerships

7.2.5 McDonald's Corporation: SWOT Analysis

7.3 Company Profile: Doctor's Associates Inc.

7.3.1 Company Overview

7.3.2 Business Description

7.3.3 Doctor's Associates Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.3.4 Doctor's Associates Inc.: SWOT Analysis

7.4 Company Profile: Burger King Holdings Inc.

7.4.1 Company Overview

7.4.2 Business Description

7.4.3 Burger King Holdings Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.4.4 Burger King Holdings Inc.: Analysis of Key Performance Indicators

7.4.5 Burger King Holdings Inc.: Mergers & Acquisitions and Partnerships

7.4.6 Burger King Holdings Inc.: Recent Developments

7.4.7 Burger King Holdings Inc.: SWOT Analysis

7.5 Company Profile: Wendy's International, Inc.

7.5.1 Company Overview

7.5.2 Business Description

7.5.3 Wendy's International, Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.5.4 Wendy's/Arby's International Inc.: Mergers and Acquisitions and Partnerships

7.5.5 Wendy's/Arby's International Inc.: Recent Developments

7.5.6 Wendy's/Arby's International Inc.: SWOT Analysis

7.6 Company Profile: Starbucks Corporation

7.6.1 Company Overview

7.6.2 Business Description

7.6.3 Starbucks Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.6.4 Starbucks Corporation Analysis of Key Performance Indicators

7.6.5 Starbucks Corporation Mergers and Acquisitions and Partnerships

7.6.6 Starbucks Corporation Recent Developments

7.6.7 Starbucks Corporation SWOT Analysis

7.6.8 Taco Bell Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.6.9 Taco Bell Corporation: Recent Developments

7.7 Company Profile: Dunkin' Brands, Inc.

7.7.1 Company Overview

7.7.2 Business Description

7.7.3 Dunkin' Brands, Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.7.4 Dunkin' Brands, Inc.: Recent Developments

7.8 Company Profile: Pizza Hut Inc.

7.8.1 Company Overview

7.8.2 Pizza Hut Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.8.3 Pizza Hut Inc.: Recent Developments

7.9 Company Profile: KFC Corporation

7.9.1 Company Overview

7.9.2 KFC Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.1 Company Profile: Sonic Corporation

7.10.1 Company Overview

7.10.2 Business Description

7.10.3 Sonic Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

7.10.4 Sonic Corporation: Analysis of Key Performance Indicators

7.10.5 Sonic Corporation: Recent Developments

7.10.6 Sonic Corporation: SWOT Analysis

8 Business Landscape

8.1 Macro-Economic Environment

8.2 Consumer Trends

8.3 Technology Trends

9 Appendix

9.1 About Canadean

9.2 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: Canadean Key Foodservice Definitions

Table 2: Canadean Profit Sector Definitions

Table 3: Canadean Cost Sector Definitions

Table 4: US Foodservice: Sales by Sector, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 5: US Foodservice: Sales by Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 6: US Foodservice: Sales Forecasts by Sector, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 7: US Foodservice: Sales Forecast by Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 8: US Profit Sector: Segmentation by Channel, (% Value), 2006–2016

Table 9: US Profit Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2006–2011

Table 10: US Profit Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2011–2016

Table 11: US Profit Sector: Sales per Outlet by Channel, (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 12: US Profit Sector :Sales per Outlet Forecast by Channel, (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 13: US Profit Sector: Transactions by Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 14: US Profit Sector: Profit Transactions by Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 15: US Profit Sector: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Channel, 2006–2011

Table 16: US Profit Sector: Transactions per Outlet per Week Forecast by Channel, 2011–2016

Table 17: US Cost Sector :Segmentation by Channel, (% Value), 2006–2016

Table 18: US Cost Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2006–2011

Table 19: US Cost Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2011–2016

Table 20: US Cost Sector: Sales per Outlet by Channel, (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 21: US Cost Sector: Sales per Outlet Forecast by Channel, (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 22: US Cost Sector: Transactions by Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 23: US Cost Sector: Cost Transactions by Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 24: US Cost Sector :Transactions per Outlet per Week by Channel, 2006–2011

Table 25: US Cost Sector: Transactions per Outlet per Week Forecast by Channel, 2011–2016

Table 26: US Accommodation Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 27: US Accommodation Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 28: US Accommodation Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 29: US Accommodation Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 30: US Accommodation Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 31: US Accommodation Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 32: US Accommodation Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 33: US Accommodation Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 34: US Accommodation Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016

Table 35: US Accommodation: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 36: US Leisure Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 37: US Leisure Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 38: US Leisure Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 39: US Leisure Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 40: US Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 41: US Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 42: US Leisure Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 43: US Leisure Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 44: US Leisure Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016

Table 45: US Leisure: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 46: US Pub, Club and Bar Foodservices Channel: Five Forces Analysis

Table 47: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 48: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 49: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 50: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 51: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 52: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 53: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 54: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 55: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel,2006–2016

Table 56: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 57: US Restaurants Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 58: US Restaurants Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 59: US Restaurants Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 60: US Restaurants Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 61: US Restaurants Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 62: US Restaurants Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 63: US Restaurants Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 64: US Restaurants Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 65: US Restaurants Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016

Table 66: US Restaurants Channel: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 67: US Retail Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 68: US Retail Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 69: US Retail Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 70: US Retail Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 71: US Retail Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 72: US Retail Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 73: US Retail Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 74: US Retail Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 75: US Retail Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016

Table 76: US Retail Channel: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 77: US Travel Foodservices Channel: Five Forces Analysis

Table 78: US Travel Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 79: US Travel Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 80: US Travel Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 81: US Travel Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 82: US Travel: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 83: US Workplace Channel: Five Forces Analysis

Table 84: US Workplace Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 85: US Workplace Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 86: US Workplace Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 87: US Workplace Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 88: US Workplace Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 89: US Workplace Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 90: US Workplace Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 91: US Workplace Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 92: US Workplace Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016

Table 93: US Workplace: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 94: US Education Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 95: US Education Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 96: US Education Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 97: US Education Channel: Outlet Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 98: US Education Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 99: US Education Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 100: US Education Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 101: US Education Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 102: US Education Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016

Table 103: US Education Channel: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 104: US Healthcare Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 105: US Healthcare Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 106: US Healthcare Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 107: US Healthcare Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 108: US Healthcare Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 109: US Healthcare Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 110: US Healthcare Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 111: US Healthcare Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 112: US Healthcare Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016

Table 113: US Healthcare: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 114: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 115: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 116: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 117: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 118: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 119: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 120: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 121: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 122: US Military and Civil Defense: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 123: US Welfare and Services Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2011

Table 124: US Welfare and Services Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2011–2016

Table 125: US Welfare and Services Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011

Table 126: US Welfare and Services Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016

Table 127: US Welfare and Services Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011

Table 128: US Welfare and Services Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016

Table 129: US Welfare and Services Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011

Table 130: US Welfare and Services Channel: Transaction Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016

Table 131: US Welfare and Services Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016

Table 132: US Welfare and Services: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (US$), 2006–2016

Table 133: US Leading Financial Deals: Recent Foodservice Deals

Table 134: McDonald's Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 135: McDonald's Corporation: Key Ratios – Annual

Table 136: McDonald's Corporation: Key Ratios – Interim

Table 137 McDonald's Corporation: Key Capital Market Indicators

Table 138: McDonald's to sell 1,600 restaurants in Latin America and the Caribbean

Table 139: Doctor's Associates Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 140: Burger King Holdings Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 141: Burger King Holdings Inc.: Key Ratios – Interim

Table 142: Burger King Holdings Inc.: Pantaloon Retail India, Ltd and Burger King Holdings Inc. may form joint venture

Table 143: Wendy's International, Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 144: Wendy's/Arby's International Inc.: Pantaloon Retail India, Ltd and Burger King Holdings Inc. may form joint venture

Table 145: Starbucks Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 146: Starbucks Corporation: Key Ratios – Annual

Table 147: Starbucks Corporation: Key Ratios – Interim

Table 148: Starbucks Corporation: Key Capital Market Indicators

Table 149: Starbucks Partners with Pascua Yaqui Tribe

Table 150: Starbucks may form Joint Venture with Tata Coffee

Table 151: Starbucks to form a Joint Venture with Yunnan Aini Agriculture Livestock Group

Table 152: Starbucks may form Partnership with Green Mountain

Table 153: Starbucks forms Partnership with Courtesy Products

Table 154: Starbucks Partners with Tata Coffee

Table 155: Starbucks Partners with PayPal

Table 156: Starbucks terminates Joint Venture with Pantaloon Retail

Table 157:Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea forms a Licensing Partnership with Starbucks

Table 158: Starbucks to form Joint Venture with New Horizons

Table 159: The Stop & Shop Partners with Starbucks

Table 160: Starbucks may Partner with Jubilant Foodworks

Table 161: Taco Bell Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 162: Dunkin' Brands, Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 163: Pizza Hut Inc.: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 164: KFC Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 165: Sonic Corporation: Main Products, Services and Brands

Table 166: Sonic Corporation: Key Ratios – Annual

Table 167: Sonic Corporation: Key Ratios – Interim

Table 168: Sonic Corporation: Key Capital Market Indicators

List of Figures

Figure 1: US Foodservice: Sales by Channel, (%), 2011

Figure 2: US Foodservice: Sales by Sector, (%), 2006 vs. 2011

Figure 3: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – US Restaurants Closures due to the slowdown in demand

Figure 4: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – Panera's Meal Calorie Calculator

Figure 5: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – Government Initiatives to Market Health Food

Figure 6: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – Ethnic food catching on with other brands – Bombay Bowl serving Indian Flavored Grills

Figure 7: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – Noodles and Company, Chain of Chinese Fast-Food

Figure 8: US Foodservice Technology Trends – McDonald's TV channel, Tested in California before a National Rollout

Figure 9: US Foodservice Technology Trends – Subway Embraced NFC Mobile Payments

Figure 10: US Foodservice Technology Trends – Boston's Taranta Restaurant Embedded The QR Code

Figure 11: US Foodservice Technology Trends – L'Andana Promoting Its Special Offers Using QR Codes

Figure 12: US Foodservice Technology Trends – Tablets Being Used in the Restaurants

Figure 13: US Foodservice Technology Trends – Ziosk Self-order or Tabletop at Restaurants

Figure 14: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – Fleming's Steakhouse & Wine Bar Menu

Figure 15: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – One of the Organic Food Restaurant , Nora

Figure 16: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – US Labeling Requirements in Fast food Restaurants

Figure 17: US Foodservice Consumer Trends – Fojol Bros operating food trucks

Figure 18: US Foodservice Operator Trends –McDonalds Online Calories Counter and Menu Explorer

Figure 19: US Foodservice Operator Trends – Restaurant Chains with Corporate Responsibility Initiatives

Figure 20: US Foodservice: Market Dynamics by Channel, 2006–2016

Figure 21: US Profit Sector: Market Dynamics, by Channel, 2006–2016

Figure 22: US Profit Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2006–2016

Figure 23: US Profit Sector: Transactions by Channel, 2006–2016

Figure 24: US Cost Sector: Market Dynamics, by Channel, 2006–2016

Figure 25: US Cost Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2006–2016

Figure 26: US Cost Sector: Transactions by Channel, 2006–2016

Figure 27: US Accommodation Channel: Five Forces Analysis

Figure 28: US Accommodation Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 29: US Accommodation Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 30: US Accommodation Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 31: US Accommodation Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 32: US Leisure Channel: Five Forces Analysis

Figure 33: US Leisure Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 34: US Leisure Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 35: US Leisure Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 36: US Leisure Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 37: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 38: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 39: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 40: US Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 41: US Restaurant Channel: Five Forces Analysis

Figure 42: US Restaurant Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 43: US Restaurants Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 44: US Restaurants Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 45: US Restaurants Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 46: US Retail Channel: Five Forces Analysis

Figure 47: US Retail Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 48: US Retail Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 49: US Retail Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 50: US Retail Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 51: US Travel Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 52: US Travel Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 53: US Travel Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 54: US Workplace Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 55: US Workplace Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 56: US Workplace Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 57: US Workplace Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 58: US Education Channel: Market Dynamics by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 59: US Education Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 60: US Education Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 61: US Education Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 62: US Healthcare Channel: Market Dynamics by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 63: US Healthcare Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 64: US Healthcare Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 65: US Healthcare Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 66: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Market Dynamics by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 67: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 68: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 69: US Military and Civil Defense Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 70: US Welfare and Services Channel: Market Dynamics by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2016

Figure 71: US Welfare and Services Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016

Figure 72: US Welfare and Services Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016

Figure 73: US Welfare and Services Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016

Figure 74: The US FDI Inflows by Sector (US$ Billion), 2006–2010

Figure 75: The US GDP Value at Constant Prices (US$ billion), 2006–2016

Figure 76: The US GDP Per Capita at Constant Prices (US$), 2006–2016

Figure 77: The US GDP Split by Key Segments (% of GDP), 2011

Figure 78: The US Inflation (%), 2006– 2016

Figure 79: The US Net Debt as Percentage of GDP (%), 2006–2016

Figure 80: Total Labor Force in The US (in 15–59 Age Group, Million), 2006–2016

Figure 81: The US Labor Force Break up, 2006–2016

Figure 82: The US's Rate of Unemployment 2006–2016

Figure 83: The US Population Distribution by Age (%), 2006–2016

Figure 84: The US's Life Expectancy at Birth (Years) 2006–2016

Figure 85: The US Net Immigration, 2005–2010

Figure 86: The US Urban and Rural Population (%), 2006–2016

Figure 87: Number of Households in The US, 2006–2016

Figure 88: Marriages in The US, 2006–2016

Figure 89: US Annual Per Capita Disposable Income (US$), 2006–2016

Figure 90: Obese Population as a Percentage of the Total US Population, 2006–2016

Figure 91: The US Calorie Supply per Capita, 2006–2016

Figure 92: The US Calorie Supply Per Capita from Animal Products, 2006–2016

Figure 93: Healthcare Expenditure as a Percentage of US GDP (%), 2006–2016

Figure 94: The US Internet Subscribers (Thousand), 2006–2016

Figure 95: The US Broadband Internet Subscribers (Thousand), 2006–2016

Figure 96: The US Personal Computer Usage (per 100 people), 2006–2016

Figure 97: The US Mobile Phone Penetration (%), 2006–2016

Companies Mentioned

McDonalds Corporation , Doctor's Associates Inc , Burger King Holdings Inc., Wendy's International, Inc., Starbucks Corporation , Dunkin' Brands, Inc., Pizza Hut Inc. , KFC Corporation , Sonic Corporation

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