EUROPE FAST-CASUAL DINING MARKET SIZE TO CROSS USD 17 BILLION BY 2024, GROWING AT A CAGR OF 6% DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

Europe Fast-Casual Dining Market Size, Share, Trends, Analysis Report by Daypart (Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, and Snacks), Channel (On-Premise and Off-Premise), Format (Independents and Chains), and Geography (Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Rest Of Europe), Industry Analysis, Growth Potential, Price Trends, Competitive Landscape & Forecast, 2019-2024

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Report Attribute Details
Market Size (Revenue) USD 17 Billion (2024)
CAGR 6% (2019-2024)
Base Year 2018
Forecast Year 2019-2024
Market Segments Daypart (Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast, and Snacks), Channel (On-Premise and Off-Premise), and Format (Independents and Chains)
Geographic Analysis Europe
Countries Covered Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Rest Of Europe

INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

The Europe fast-casual dining market size to cross USD 17 billion by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 6% during the forecast period. Fast-casual dining is a fusion of fast food and casual dining. A menu board, which constitutes dishes that are made with better quality ingredients, is a significant part of this model. Good value meals, ease of ordering, decent customer services, and high-quality food and taste have provided momentum to the Europe fast-casual dining market.  With opportunities abound, chains and start-ups are cleaning up menus, adjusting recipe configurations, enabling personalized-everything, and crafting flexible menu, thereby evolving the concept of fast-casual dining restaurants.  At the core of fast-casual dining is a value proposition – a value delivered not only in terms of price but also in other areas such as first-rate décor and perception of freshness among other qualities. Further, the intersection of digital technology and food is taking place at a monumental space. Therefore, the business implications of using digital technology are enormous. A lot of the growth and innovation is being fueled in the market by small and regional chains similar to the relationship between Instagram generation and strong marketing of small brands. This has shifted expectations around restaurant designs, ingredient sourcing, services, and food.

The supply chain is expected to include hydroponics, urban farming, and aquaponics. In fast casual 2.0, strategies of growth are tempered, with profits and outlet expansion coming second in terms of ambition as goals such as investment in vendors and suppliers and community development become priorities.

Europe has demonstrated high potential for casual dining as consumers across the region are as short on time as those in the US and are seeking out entirely new dining experiences. Cross-referencing is a tactic that is gaining traction in fast casual kitchens so as to not stress workers working in the quick service environment, and the kitchen in general. Moreover, authenticity in the dining experience is being given a lot of attention. 

Market Overview

Digital advancements are bolstering the franchise development model

Over the years, fast-casual dining has evolved in terms of dining patterns. Factors such as cultural influence, the flexibility of fast casual dining, and increased technological innovations are driving the Europe fast-casual dining market. The advent of digital technology is changing the food industry significantly. It helps to customize orders, gather the customer's data, and create lucrative rewards and discounts. Prominent vendors have integrated applications that allow customers to make the payment via debit and credit cards, Apple Pay, or PayPal. For instance, Firejacks offers Pay My Bill, which enables diners to pay their bills electronically via a compatible mobile device at the restaurant. Similarly, Chipotle has created a tech-enabled second make line – i.e., a second burrito assembly line where all online orders are assembled. It has fitted stores with visual screens that show which ingredients are added into each burrito, thereby improving accuracy.

Digital advancements are bolstering the franchise development model. It helps to improve communication by enabling franchisors to monitor everything in real-time. With established operators such as Vapiano having successfully expanded via the franchise model, other players are looking to get on board. As the competition gets intense, others are doing it seeing as they already have simple management systems and processes that ensure the quality does not go for a toss. Players are re-configuring their business model to suit franchising. They are ensuring consistency by developing supplier relationships to de-skilling operations and creating systems that can flex and keep up with a wide variety of spaces.

Europe Fast-casual Dining Market Segmentation

The market research report includes a detailed segmentation of the market by

  • Daypart
  • Channel
  • Format
  • Geography

Insights by Daypart

Most casual restaurants are trying to leverage upon healthy food, combo options, and competitive pricing

The Europe fast-casual dining market by dayparts can be segmented into lunch, dinner, breakfast, and snacks. The lunch segment grew gradually and was valued at around $5 billion in 2018. Increased lunch outings by office goers have significantly contributed to the segment growth. Most casual restaurants are trying to leverage upon healthy food, combo options, and competitive pricing. Vendors are slowly including beverages as part of the portfolios from signature hot beverages to alcohol.

The diner segment is the second most developing sub-segment of the Europe fast-casual dining market. It is witnessing high popularity among customers, especially the family segment and serves high-quality food under the quick service model. Vendors are trying to drive up the brand value by improving the quality of services and food. For instance, Frankie & Benny launched a campaign in 2018 wherein it prompted parents to have a smartphone-free meal with their children, which if successful would make them eligible for a free kid’s meal.

Breakfast is growing at a slower rate than lunch and dinner segments. This segment mostly serves ready to eat food at competitive prices. Vendors are trying to miniaturize breakfast mainstays such as quiches and muffins. For instance, Wagamama trialed a new breakfast menu in 2019 at its flagship store in London, introduced vegan menu, which included maple 'bacon' made with seitan, a meat substitute made from gluten, and seitan and beetroot sausages, which were used in place of pork.

Snacks have a huge spectrum, which includes foodstuff ranging from appetizers, beverages, and bakery stuff. As with other dayparts, vendors are offering snack options that fall under a certain margin of calories to appeal to health-conscious consumers. Further, almost three-fourths of consumers that consume snack state that they do it because of the physical drive – get better nutrition, curb hunger, replace lunch, and gain energy.

Insights by Channel

Vendors are working on timely deliveries, getting feedbacks, and adding new food formats to boost the off-site market.

The Europe fast-casual dining market by channels can be segmented into on-premises and off-premises. The on-premise casual dining segment is developing and is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 5% during the forecast period. Increased outings and the rise in disposable income have given momentum to the on-premise casual dining segment. Further, to make fast-casual restaurants more millennial-friendly and increase dwell time, vendors are adding elements that are likely to fuel conversation, spread fun and frolic, and increase community interactions.

Off-premise dining is impacted by the advent of flat screens. It has changed dining habits to a significant degree. The off-premise dining has facilitated vendors to talk to a whole new customer segment and know their preferences and include them in their menu. Vendors are also working on offering timely deliveries, collecting feedbacks, and adding new food formats, which are expected to boost the off-site Europe fast-casual dining market.

Insights by Format

The entry of established brands is encouraging the growth of the Europe fast-casual dining market

The Europe fast-casual dining market by format can be segmented into independents and chains. Independent units dominated the market and are expected to grow at a CAGR of around 6% during the forecast period. High responsiveness toward customer needs and the element of freshness and surprise are the key factors for market growth. The independent segment has further been fast-tracked as a lot of internationally-recognized professional chefs have been attracted to the market. For instance, Paul Bocuse’s Ouest Express, Ferran Adria’s Fastfood, and Marcus Samuelsson’s Street Food in Western Europe are offering high-quality food and quick service together. These chef-driven concepts have rendered a level of creativity to independent fast casuals, thereby propelling the Europe fast-casual dining market.

The chain segment is going at a steady rate. Chains have revamped menus and enhanced the décor to attract more customers. Further, the lucrativeness of the fast-casual concept has witnessed a lot of casual dining players entering the market as well. For instance, PizzaExpress undertook a brand refresh and developed ZA in 2019, which offers fresh slices of pizza along with an all-day dining and breakfast offering. Hence, the entry of established brands is encouraging the growth of the Europe fast-casual dining market.

Insights by Geography

Germany dominated the market in 2018 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 6% during the forecast period

The Europe fast-casual dining market by geography is segmented into Germany, UK, France, Spain, Italy, and Rest of Europe. Germany has dominated the market and is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 6% during the forecast period. Fast-casual players are fueling the growth by expanding in areas of transit. The rise of Germany as a favorite destination for multiple fast-food joints is fueling the Europe fast-casual dining market.

The market in UK has created a conducive environment. Food diversity and the evolving high-street landscape have paved the path for the Europe fast-casual dining market growth. The UK casual-dining market has many restaurants that offer vegetarian and vegan diets, low-calorie options, and allergen-aware dishes.

France, Spain, Italy, and Rest of Europe are also witnessing a surge in casual-dining. Growing economies, improving food habits, increasing disposable incomes and changing lifestyle are driving the fast-casual dining market in these regions.

Insights by Vendors

The fast-casual dining market in Europe has moderate concentration of leading players. It is dominated by both regional chains and small single-location establishments. The market is focusing on quality, brand value, customer services, and consistency. Vendors are introducing new concepts to gain customers such as offering dining on rooftops, introducing make-your-own dishes, creating innovative kitchens among others. The combination of such new concepts and technological advancements is expected to drive the fast-casual dining market in Europe.

The Europe fast-casual dining market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry analysis with revenue and forecast insights for the following segments:

Market Segmentation by Daypart

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Breakfast
  • Snacks

By Channel

  • On-premise
  • Off-premise

By Format

  • Independents
  • Chains

By Geography

  • Germany
  • UK
  • France
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Rest of Europe

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Europe fast-casual dining market size and growth rate during the forecast period?

Europe fast-casual dining market size to reach over USD 17 billion by 2024, growing at a CAGR of 6% during the forecast period

Which is the fastest growing segment in the daypart fast casual-dining market?

The lunch segment grew gradually and was valued at around $5 billion in 2018. Increased lunch outings by office goers have significantly contributed to the segment growth.

What is the growth rate of on-premise casual dining segment? What factors are influencing the growth?

The on-premise casual dining segment is developing and is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 5% during the forecast period. Increased outings and the rise in disposable income have given momentum to the on-premise casual dining segment.

Who are the leading vendors in the market, and what are their market shares?

JAB Holdings, Nando’s, Pizza Hut, and The Restaurant Group are the leading vendors in the Europe region

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The Europe fast-casual dining market is likely to reach revenues of around $17 billion by 2024, growing at a CAGR of approximately 6% during 2018–2024.

The Europe fast-casual dining market is expected to be driven by factors such as change in dining patterns, flexibility of fast casual, cultural influences, and evolution of digital technology. The report provides an in-depth market and segmental analysis of the market by daypart, channel, format, and geography.

Base Year:           2018

Forecast Year:     2019–2024

The study considers the present scenario of the Europe fast-casual dining market and its market dynamics for the period 2019−2024. The report covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. It covers both the demand and supply aspect of the market. It profiles and examines leading and prominent companies operating in the market.

Leading Vendors

  • JAB Holdings
    • Business Overview
    • Major Product Offerings
    • Key Strategies
    • Key Strengths
    • Key Opportunities
  • Nando’s
  • Pizza Hut
  • The Restaurant Group

Other prominent vendors

  • 100 Montaditos
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill
  • Five Guys
  • Francesca
  • Gourmet Burger Kitchen
  • Itsu
  • Leon
  • Marché Mövenpick
  • Mezzo di Pasta
  • PAUL
  • Smashburger
  • Shake Shack
  • Tossed
  • Tortilla Mexican Grill
  • Vapiano
  • vonAllwörden
  • Patisserie Valerie
  • Sushi Daily

Market Segmentation by Daypart

  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Breakfast
  • Snacks

Market Segmentation by Channel

  • On-premise
  • Off-premise

Market Segmentation by Format

  • Independents
  • Chains

Market Segmentation by Geography

  • Germany
  • UK
  • France
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Rest of Europe

1 Research Methodology

2 Research Objectives

3 Research Process

4 Scope & Coverage

4.1 Market Definition

4.1.1 Inclusions

4.1.2 Exclusions

4.2 Base Year

4.3 Scope of the study

4.4 Market Segments

4.4.1 Market Segmentation by Daypart

4.4.2 Market Segmentation by Channel

4.4.3 Market Segmentation by Format

4.4.4 Market Segmentation by Geography

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1 Key Caveats

5.2 Currency Conversion

5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at A Glance

7 Introduction

7.1 Overview

7.2 State Of The Global Economy

7.2.1 Economic Profile

7.3 Driving A Great Customer Experience

7.4 Trends Dominating Foodservice

7.5 Vegetarianism in Europe

8 Market Dynamics

8.1 Market Growth Enablers

8.1.1 Changes in Dining Patterns

8.1.2 Rising Trend of Conscious Consumption

8.1.3 Flexibility of Fast-Casual

8.1.4 Cultural Influences Drive Uptake

8.2 Market Growth Restraints

8.2.1 Casual Dining Boundaries in Flux

8.2.2 Groceraunts Take Off

8.2.3 Downward Spiral of Discounting

8.2.4 An Ongoing Turf War

8.3 Market Opportunities & Trends

8.3.1 An Evolving Proposition

8.3.2 Enhancing Customer Journeys Via Technology

8.3.4 Shift Away from National Brands

8.3.5 Warming up to Franchising

9 Fast Casual Dining Market In Europe

9.1 Market Size & Forecast

9.2 Five Forces Analysis

9.2.1 Threat of New Entrants

9.2.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

9.2.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers

9.2.4 Threat of Substitutes

9.2.5 Competitive Rivalry

10 By Daypart

10.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

10.2 Market Overview

10.3 Lunch

10.3.1 Market Size & Forecast

10.4 Dinner

10.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

10.5 Breakfast

10.5.1 Market Size & Forecast

10.6 Snacks

10.6.1 Market Size & Forecast

11 By Channel

11.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

11.2 Market Overview

11.3 On-Premise

11.3.1 Market Size & Forecast

11.4 Off-Premise

11.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

12 By Format

12.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

12.2 Market Overview

12.3 Independent Outlets

12.3.1 Market Size & Forecast

12.4 Chains

12.4.1 Market Size & Forecast

13 By Geography

13.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

13.2 Overview

14 Germany

14.1 Market Size & Forecast

14.1.1 Food Habits

15 The UK

15.1 Market Size & Forecast

15.1.1 Food Habit

16 France

16.1 Market Size & Forecast

16.1.1 Food Habits

17 Spain

17.1 Market Size & Forecast

17.1.1 Food Habits

18 Italy

18.1 Market Size & Forecast

18.1.1 Food Habits

19 Rest of Europe

19.1 Market Size & Forecast

19.1.1 Food Habits

20 Competitive Landscape

20.1 Competition Overview

20.1.1 Competitive Edge

20.1.2 Labor

20.1.3 The Employee Situation

20.1.4 Digital Ordering Capabilities

20.1.5 Marketing Approach

21 Market Vendor Analysis

21.1 Market Ranking Analysis

22 Key Company Profiles

22.1 JAB Holdings

22.1.1 Business Overview

22.1.2 Major Product Offerings

22.1.3 Key Strengths

22.1.4 Key Strategies

22.1.5 Key Opportunities

22.2 Nando’s

22.2.1 Business Overview

22.2.2 Major Product Offerings

22.2.3 Key Strengths

22.2.4 Key Strategies

22.2.5 Key Opportunities

22.3 Pizza Hut

22.3.1 Business Overview

22.3.2 Major Product Offerings

22.3.3 Key Strengths

22.3.4 Key Strategies

22.3.5 Key Opportunities

22.4 The Restaurant Group

22.4.1 Business Overview

22.4.2 Major Product Offerings

22.4.3 Key Strengths

22.4.4 Key Strategies

22.4.5 Key Opportunities

23 Other Prominent Vendors

23.1 100 Montaditos

23.1.1 Business Overview

23.1.2 Product Offerings

23.1.3 Key Strengths

23.1.4 Key Strategies

23.2 Chipotle Mexican Grill

23.2.1 Business Overview

23.2.2 Product Offerings

23.2.3 Key Strengths

23.2.4 Key Strategies

23.3 Five Guys

23.3.1 Business Overview

23.3.2 Product Offerings

23.3.3 Key Strengths

23.3.4 Key Strategies

23.4 Francesca

23.4.1 Business Overview

23.4.2 Product Offerings

23.4.3 Key Strengths

23.4.4 Key Strategies

23.5 Gourmet Burger Kitchen

23.5.1 Business Overview

23.5.2 Product Offerings

23.5.3 Key Strengths

23.5.4 Key Strategies

23.6 Itsu

23.6.1 Business Overview

23.6.2 Product Offerings

23.6.3 Key Strengths

23.6.4 Key Strategies

23.7 Leon

23.7.1 Business Overview

23.7.2 Product Offerings

23.7.3 Key Strengths

23.7.4 Key Strategies

23.8 Marché Mövenpick

23.8.1 Business Overview

23.8.2 Product Offerings

23.8.3 Key Strengths

23.8.4 Key Strategies

23.9 Mezzo Di Pasta

23.9.1 Business Overview

23.9.2 Product Offerings

23.9.3 Key Strengths

23.9.4 Key Strategies

23.10 Paul

23.10.1 Business Overview

23.10.2 Product Offerings

23.10.3 Key Strengths

23.10.4 Key Strategies

23.11 Smashburger

23.11.1 Business Overview

23.11.2 Product Offerings

23.11.3 Key Strengths

23.11.4 Key Strategies

23.12 Shake Shack

23.12.1 Business Overview

23.12.2 Product Offerings

23.12.3 Key Strengths

23.12.4 Key Strategies

23.13 Tossed

23.13.1 Business Overview

23.13.2 Product Offerings

23.13.3 Key Strengths

23.13.4 Key Strategies

23.14 Tortilla Mexican Grill

23.14.1 Business Overview

23.14.2 Product Offerings

23.14.3 Key Strengths

23.14.4 Key Strategies

23.15 Vapiano

23.15.1 Business Overview

23.15.2 Product Offerings

23.15.3 Key Strengths

23.15.4 Key Strategies

23.16 von Allwörden

23.16.1 Business Overview

23.16.2 Product Offerings

23.16.3 Key Strengths

23.16.4 Key Strategies

23.17 Patisserie Valerie

23.17.1 Business Overview

23.17.2 Product Offerings

23.17.3 Key Strengths

23.17.4 Key Strategies

23.18 Sushi Daily

23.18.1 Business Overview

23.18.2 Product Offerings

23.18.3 Key Strengths

23.18.4 Key Strategies

24 Report Summary

24.1 Key Takeaways

24.2 Strategic Recommendations

24.3 Quantitative Summary

24.3.1 Market Size

25 Appendix

25.1 Abbreviations

List of Exhibits 

Exhibit 1        Segmentation of Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe

Exhibit 2        Market Size Calculation Approach 2018

Exhibit 3        Pulse of the Fast Casual Market

Exhibit 4        Global GDP Growth 2017 (annual % change)

Exhibit 5        Gross Adjusted Household Disposable Income Per Capita of OECD Countries in 2017 ($)

Exhibit 6        Ranking of Importance of Customer Attributes by Dining Format

Exhibit 7        Overview of Fulfilment of Dietary & Food Intolerance/Lifestyle-based Needs (% of Population)

Exhibit 8        Vegetarian-Friendly Countries in Europe

Exhibit 9        Impact of Changes in Dining Patterns

Exhibit 10      Population Frequenting Various Foodservice Establishments in Europe 2018 (%)

Exhibit 11      Impact of Rising Trend of Conscious Consumption

Exhibit 12      Percentage Following Special Diets That Limits or Restricts Specified Foods Or Ingredients

Exhibit 13      Impact of Flexibility of Fast Casual

Exhibit 14      Impact of Cultural Influences Drive Uptake

Exhibit 15      Time Spent in Eating and Drinking in Various Countries

Exhibit 16      Impact of Casual Dining Boundaries in a Flux

Exhibit 17      Impact of Groceraunts Take Off

Exhibit 18      Impact of Downward Spiral of Discounting

Exhibit 20      Impact of An Ongoing Turf War

Exhibit 21      Impact of Fast to Fine – An Evolving Proposition

Exhibit 22      Organic Food Market in Europe 2018

Exhibit 23      Population Avoiding Unnatural Ingredients 2018

Exhibit 24      Impact of Enhancing Customer Journeys via Technology

Exhibit 25      Impact of Shift Away from National Brands

Exhibit 26      Growth of Fast-casual Sites Across Small, Medium, and Large-sized Firms 2018

Exhibit 27      Impact of Warming up to Franchising

Exhibit 28      LSR Penetration Potential in Europe 2019

Exhibit 29      Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 30      Five Forces Analysis 2018

Exhibit 31      Incremental Growth by Daypart 2018−2024

Exhibit 32      Market in Europe by Daypart 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 33      Market in Europe by Daypart 2018 & 2024

Exhibit 34      Market in Europe - Comparison by Daypart 2018−2024

Exhibit 35      Fast-Casual Lunch Dining Market in Europe 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 36      Fast-Casual Dinner Dining Market in Europe 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 37      Fast-Casual Breakfast Dining Market in Europe 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 38      Fast-Casual Snacks Dining Market in Europe 2018−2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 39      Incremental Growth by Channel 2018−2024

Exhibit 40      Market in Europe by Channel ($ billion)

Exhibit 41      Market in Europe by Channel 2018 & 2024

Exhibit 42      Market in Europe- Growth Comparison by Channel 2018–2024

Exhibit 43      On-premise Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 44      Off-premise Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 45      Incremental Growth by Format 2018–2024

Exhibit 46      Market in Europe by Format ($ Billion)

Exhibit 47      Market in Europe by Format 2018 and 2024

Exhibit 48      Market in Europe - Growth Comparison by Format 2018–2024

Exhibit 49      Fast-Casual Independent Outlets Dining Market in Europe 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 50      Fast-Casual Chains Dining Market in Europe 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 51      Incremental Growth by Country 2018–2024

Exhibit 52      Market in Europe by Geography ($ billion)

Exhibit 53      Market in Europe by Geography 2018 & 2024

Exhibit 54      Market in Europe- Growth Comparison by Geography 2018–2024

Exhibit 55      Market in Germany 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 56      Germany Dining Statistics 2018

Exhibit 57      Dining Out Traffic in Germany

Exhibit 58      Average Transaction Value of Dining Out in Germany

Exhibit 59      Market in UK 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 60      UK Dining Statistics 2018

Exhibit 61      Dining Out Traffic in the UK

Exhibit 62      Average Transaction Value of Dining Out in the UK

Exhibit 63      Market in France 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 64      France Dining Statistics 2018

Exhibit 65      Dining Out Traffic in France

Exhibit 66      Average Transaction Value of Dining Out in France

Exhibit 67      Market in Spain 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 68      Spain Dining Statistics 2018

Exhibit 69      Dining Out Traffic in Spain

Exhibit 70      Average Transaction Value of Dining Out in Spain

Exhibit 71      Market in Italy 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 72      Dining Out Traffic in Italy

Exhibit 73      Italy Dining Statistics 2018

Exhibit 74      Average Transaction Value of Dining Out in Italy

Exhibit 75      Market in Rest of Europe 2018–2024 ($ billion)

Exhibit 76      Most Influential Factor in Selecting a Fast Casual Establishment

            

List of Tables    

Table 1          Key Caveats

Table 2          Currency Conversion 2013−2018

Table 3          Market Ranking Analysis 2018

Table 4          JAB Holdings: Product Offerings

Table 5          Nando’s: Product Offerings

Table 6          Pizza Hut: Product Offerings

Table 7          The Restaurant Group: Product Offerings

Table 8          Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe by Daypart ($ billion)

Table 9          Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe by Daypart (%)

Table 10        Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe by Channel ($ billion)

Table 11        Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe by Channel (%)

Table 12        Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe by Format ($ billion)

Table 13        Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe by Format (%)

Table 14        Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe by Geography ($ billion)

Table 15        Fast-Casual Dining Market in Europe by Geography (%)

 

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