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Foodservice

BIS Foodservice offers consultancy, syndicated multi client reports and privately commissioned studies in the foodservice industry. Our comprehensive research encompasses market insights, market size and market forecasts.
Foodservice Unit Brochure

Key Unit Contacts

Sissel Rosengren
Senior Manager – Foodservice
srosengren@bis.com.au

Tim Emmerson
Senior Project Manager – Foodservice
temmerson@bis.com.au

Kevin McDonald
Associate Director – Business Development
kmcdonald@bis.com.au

BIS Foodservice has been an excellent resource for Nestlé Professional over a number of years. Their research and detailed insights have provided opportunities and highlighted issues within the foodservice industry which help shape the direction of our business. BIS Foodservice consistently provides data that is clear and reliable allowing Nestlé Professional to clearly chart a direction for future success based on sound insight, I would highly recommend this service to enhance the knowledge and expertise of any business.
Pat Stobbs
Country Business Manager, Oceania Nestlé Professional

Australasia

Dining Out Data is a six monthly consumer study in the foodservice market tracking Australians’ eating out practices as well as changing preferences for different cuisine types and dining out experiences.

Over the past two decades Australians have made eating out a way of life. The Australian Foodservice market is a well developed and sophisticated market offering a unique combination of different cuisines and eating out options.

Dining Out Data keeps the finger on the pulse of Australia’s dynamic and unique foodservice market. As data accumulates, subscribers are able to follow shifting trends and developments in the dining out market.

The fast food market in Australia is growing as Australians are making eating out a way of life. This report uncovers Australians' total fast food consumption and their fast food preferences. The report addresses key trends and developments in this significant market segment within the foodservice market, consumer profiles, fast food eating habits, chain ratings and growth prospects.

Australian Foodservice is a continuous information service tracking key trends, developments and drivers within a highly dynamic industry as well as providing detailed market size data down to product and channel level.

 

The market size database for the Australian Foodservice market represents foodservice operators’ expenditure on food and non-alcoholic beverages.
The market size by product category database for the Australian Foodservice market represents foodservice operators’ expenditure on food and non-alcoholic beverages.

New Zealand Foodservice addresses key trends and developments in the New Zealand market, market insights and channel developments, market size estimates and market outlook.


 

The market size database for the New Zealand Foodservice market represents foodservice operators’ expenditure on food and non-alcoholic beverages. It is presented in volume and value by the various foodservice channels down to product level within 12 different product categories.
The market size by product category database for the New Zealand Foodservice market represents foodservice operators’ expenditure on food and non-alcoholic beverages.
Through the questions your company poses combined with BIS Foodservice's analysis based on our in-depth knowledge of the foodservice market, you will receive a comprehensive report from the BIS Foodservice Omnibus.
This report identifies trends and developments taking place in this sector, and future market opportunities in the Australian Route Trade Market.
Coffee & Beverages in Australia tracks on a annual basis 1,200+ Australians from the age of 14+ in terms of their changing consumption patterns and preferences for coffee and other hot and cold beverages at work, home and away from home.
Foodservice Challenges is a sequence of reports that focuses on key issues facing the foodservice market such as the ageing population, ethical and environmental issues, and skilled personnel.

Liquor in Foodservice delivers yearly tracking data on Australians’ consumption of liquor when dining out in order to understand changing preferences and behaviours.

This report is the 2nd edition in BIS Foodservice’s report series Foodservice Equipment in Australia. In 2007, the total value of the installed base of equipment was estimated to AUD4.85 Billion at average list price across more than 1.2 Million items of foodservice equipment in the four main equipment categories – preparation; cooking; refrigeration and warewashing.

South East Asia

The South East Asian market is a vibrant and diverse foodservice market as well as fast developing and growing. The region represents a large and exciting potential for foodservice suppliers with the possibility of creating synergies in terms of distribution, marketing and production.

The Middle East

This study covers the foodservice markets in the United Arab Emirates. It includes market size by channel and segment, market overview, characteristics, trends and developments, key foodservice market drivers, outlook and a snapshot of economic and social factors.
This study comprises three reports, covering the foodservice markets in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It includes market size by channel and segment, market overview, characteristics, trends and developments, key foodservice market drivers, outlook and a snapshot of economic and social factors.
This study comprises three reports, covering the foodservice markets in The Gulf States - Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman & Qatar. It includes market size by channel and segment, market overview, characteristics, trends and developments, key foodservice market drivers, outlook and a snapshot of economic and social factors.

China Region

This report contains research and analysis on the Chinese foodservice market focusing on its characteristics, drivers and trends.
This research study will be conducted during the first half of 2011.
This research study will be conducted during the first half of 2011.