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  • FORESIGHT FOOD INDUSTRY

    AUSTRALIAN FOODSERVICE

    A CONTINUOUS INFORMATION SERVICE

    WWW.FIFORESIGHT.COM

  • A continuous information service tracking key trends, developments and drivers within a highly dynamic industry as well as providing detailed market size estimates down to product and channel level.

    AUSTRALIAN FOODSERVICE IS:

    AUSTRALIAN FOODSERVICE IS A UNIQUE SERVICE DELIVERING CRITICAL DATA, ANALYSIS AND INSIGHTS INTO THE AUSTRALIAN FOODSERVICE MARKET.

    All reports and databases are subscribed to on an annual basis. Individual subscription to each of the four main report modules is offered. All databases and reports are delivered via online access to the Food Industry Foresight Information Portal.

    HOW DOES IT WORK?

    FOOD INDUSTRY FORESIGHT | Australian Foodservice2

  • 1. FOODSERVICE MARKET SIZE DATABASES: Market Size by product category - Volume & Value

    REPORTS: Product Category Analysis

    SUBSCRIPTION TO AUSTRALIAN FOODSERVICE DELIVERS:

    DELIVERY SCHEDULE

    2. FOODSERVICE MARKET STRUCTURE DATABASE: Outlet Numbers

    REPORTS: Outlet Number Analysis

    3. FOODSERVICE MARKET INSIGHTS

    REPORT: FIF Annual Trend Report on the Australian Foodservice Market

    REPORTS: Focus Reports by Commercial & Institutional Channel

    4. FOODSERVICE MARKET OUTLOOK REPORT: Foodservice Market Outlook & Forecasts

  • 1. FOODSERVICE MARKET SIZE

    DATABASES: Market Size by Volume & Value; by Product Category & Products; by Commercial & Institutional Channel.

    The collection of primary volume data procured by foodservice operators across eleven product categories is conducted on a monthly basis. Monthly data collection takes account of seasonal patterns in operators’ food and non-alcoholic beverage expenditure by applying moving annual totals analysis in the market size modelling.

    The table below is the index for each product category database which outlines the breakdown by volume & value; by product across each commercial and institutional channel as well as the Product Consumption Index - PCI

    The Product Consumption Index: Average weekly volume of product used per outlet by channel.

    REPORTS: Product Category Analysis

    The market size reports address each product category and deliver analysis of the category’s market size: m By volume & value m By commercial & institutional channel m By product m Overall category market size comparison with previous year

    FOOD INDUSTRY FORESIGHT | Australian Foodservice4

  • 2. FOODSERVICE MARKET STRUCTURE

    DATABASE: Outlet Numbers

    AUSTRALIAN FOODSERVICE provides an annually updated database covering total outlet numbers by:

    m Foodservice sector - Commercial & Institutional m Commercial & Institutional channel by state m Annual growth rates - channel developments since 2005 m Major fast food chains - number of outlets by state m Minor fast food chains - number of outlets by state m Snack food chains - number of outlets by state m Café/coffee chains - number of outlets by state m Restaurant chains - number of outlets by state

    REPORT: Outlet Numbers Analysis

    At this reporting point, we also deliver an analysis of movements in outlet numbers, over the past 12 months across the various channels.

    FOOD INDUSTRY FORESIGHT | Australian Foodservice5

  • 3. FOODSERVICE MARKET INSIGHTS

    REPORT: FIF ANNUAL TREND REPORT on the Australian Foodservice Market

    The Annual Trend Report identitifes key developments in the Australian Foodservice market over the previous 12 months.

    We identify general market conditions and operating environment among foodservice operators and chefs in the various foodservice regions.

    The Annual Trend Report examines the top current and emerging trends in the Australian Foodservice marketplace.

    REPORTS: Focus Reports by Commercial & Institutional Channel

    For each of the eleven product categories; the annual foodservice channel reports put focus on the main commercial and institutional channels, analysing:

    m Key channel characteristics m Channel structure m Channel market size; including top products used within the category m Main channel market drivers m General operating environment for chefs within the channel m Brands in the marketplace m Cuisine & dining trends influence on product category & products m How the products are used on the foodservice menu - a staple ingredient or a hero product centre of plate?

    The following channels are covered within the Commercial Sector:

    m Full Service Restaurants (FSRs) m Cafés m Hotels m QSR Chains m QSR Independents m Pubs/Taverns m Clubs m Functions Caterers

    Within the Institutional Sector:

    m Hospitals m Nursing Homes m Schools m Long Daycare Centres

    FORESIGHT FOOD INDUSTRY

    FOOD INDUSTRY FORESIGHT | Australian Foodservice6

  • 4. FOODSERVICE MARKET OUTLOOK

    The outlook for the Australian Foodservice market is appraised and projected in our October report. These reports evaluate the market both from the short to medium term perspective as well as the longer-term outlook.

    The reports address the key determinants and drivers of foodservice expenditure among consumers, and their impact on each of the two foodservice market sectors.

    AFS Market Outlook Reports provide:

    m Market forecasts by commercial channel m Market forecasts by institutional channel m The Foodservice Dollar development

    INSTITUTIONAL SECTOR

    WORKPLACE CANTEENS

    Factory Canteens

    Offi ce Canteens

    SCHOOLS MILITARY

    Military Messes

    CORRECTIONAL

    Prisons

    LONG DAYCARE CENTRESHOSPITALS

    Private Hospitals

    Public Hospitals

    Mining Site Canteens

    AGED CARE

    Nursing Homes

    Retirement Villages

    Private with boarding

    Primary without

    boarding

    Secondary without

    boarding

    Primary/ Secondary

    without boarding

    FULL SERVICE RESTAURANTS

    (FSR)

    HOTELS/ MOTELS CAFÉS

    QSR CHAINS

    QSR INDEPENDENTS CATERERS CLUBS PUBS

    FUNCTION CENTRES

    Institutional/ Contract

    Sole/Function Operators

    Sports Clubs

    Social Clubs

    International/ Western Fast Food Chains

    Independent Fast Food Outlets

    Snack Food Chains

    Regional/ Local Fast

    Food Chains

    Ice Cream Chain Outlets

    Juice Bars

    Airline

    Café/ Coffee Shop

    Chains

    Café/ Coffee Shop Independents

    Bakery Chains with

    Café

    Bakery Independents

    with Café

    4/5 Star Hotels/ Resorts

    2/3 Star Hotels/ Resorts

    Motels

    4/5 Star Restaurants

    Mid to Low- end

    Restaurants

    COMMERCIAL SECTOR

    Pubs/Taverns

    Small Bars

    Leagues Clubs

    Other Private Clubs

    Functions Caterers

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  • ABOUT 35% OF AUSTRALIANS’ FOOD AND NON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE BUDGET IS SPENT ON EATING OUT OF HOME.

    Beef/Veal (fresh & frozen) Lamb/Mutton (fresh & frozen) Pork (fresh & frozen) Other red meat such as goat or kangaroo Poultry (fresh & frozen) Fully cooked ‘Heat & Serve’ Poultry Pre-prepared Poultry (e.g. schnitzel, chicken nuggets) Bacon Ham Smallgoods (incl. salami, continential) Fish (fresh) Fish (frozen) Seafood (fresh) Seafood (frozen) Frozen Prepared Fish & Seafood (incl. crumbed, battered) Canned Tuna/Sardines & Other Fish/Seafood Sausages & Frankfurts Meat Patties for Hamburgers

    1. MEAT, POULTRY & FISH

    Frozen Pizza Frozen Fully Prepared Meals (incl. poultry/meat/pasta based) Canned Meals (incl. baked beans etc) Meat Pies & Pasties (fresh & frozen) Party Pies & Sausage Rolls (fresh & frozen) Finger Food/Appetisers Soups – Liquid (fresh & frozen) Soups – Powder

    2. FRUIT & VEGETABLES Fresh Fruit Frozen Fruit Frozen Vegetables Frozen Vegetables excluding potatoes Frozen Potatoes including chips, wedges etc Canned Tomatoes Canned Vegetables Canned Fruit Other Preserved Vegetables (incl. olives, sun dried

    3. BREADS, FLOUR, PASTA, CEREALS & BISCUITS Mainstream Bread/Rolls (fresh & frozen) Flour Pasta Rice Breakfast Cereal Breadcrumbs/Coatings Frozen Pastry/Dough (e.g. shortcrust, puff pastry) Biscuits sweet Biscuits savoury

    4. CAKES, DESSERTS & TOPPINGS

    5. PREPARED MEALS, SNACKS & SOUPS

    6. SAUCES, CONDIMENTS, INGREDIENTS, SPICES, DRIED HERBS & DRESSINGS Dressings (excl. mayonnaise) Mayonnaise Tomato Sauce/Ketchup BBQ Sauce White Sauce (incl. cheese, bechamel, hollandaise etc) Other Traditional Sauces (incl. tartare, Worcestershire, cranberry etc) Asian Sauces Pasta Sauces (e.g. tomato) Gravy Stock, Bouillons & Boosters Spices & Dried Herbs including Pepper (excl. salt) Salt Mustard Other Condiments (incl. horseradish, chutney, pickles, relish etc) Sugar – White/Brown/Caster/Icing Cooking Chocolate Vinegar (all types)

    Cakes (fresh – Single service/whole) Shelf Stable Cakes - (Single serve/whole) Frozen Cakes – (Single serve/whole) Frozen Bake-Off Pastries Preproofed/Unproofed Mixes for Cakes & Desserts Croissants & Other Danish Pastries Dessert Toppings Jelly and Custards Frozen/Chilled Desserts (Single serv

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