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HoReCa Market in Poland 2013: Market Analysis and Development Forecasts for 2013-2015

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This report provides comprehensive evaluation of the markets for hotel gastronomy, restaurant and catering in Poland, along with insightful forecasts for market expansion during the period to 2015.

It examines profiles of major restaurant chains of different segments as well as leading food preparation and service suppliers and features the results of two market surveys: one conducted on 600 Polish catering establishments and a consumer survey of Polish preferences and spending habits when dining outside the home.

This publication explores the variations in growth between segments and sub-segments of the market, and investigates trends and industry events and the influences they exert on consumers, caterers and gastronomy operators in hotels, restaurants, cafes, pubs and other popular dining establishments.

Featured topics of this report include:

  • Data depicting value and structure of the Polish HoReCa market overall and of each of its three key segments - hotel gastronomy, restaurants and catering services
  • Breakdown of the restaurant segment: value and analysis of different types of dining establishments, such as fast food outlets, fine dining, pizzerias, cafes and pubs
  • Examination of the segment including hotel gastronomy and other food service supply activities
  • The restaurant segment as described through the results of a survey of 600 catering outlets located across Poland; detailed profiles of the market's leading suppliers of food and food service products
  • Market trends and the influence they have and continue to exert over different types of HoReCa businesses
  • Consumer preference survey results with regard to daily as well as occasional dining out with an additional view on food delivery: spending habits, favorite dishes, etc
  • The Polish economy: its status and outlook for the future and implications for the HoReCa market and its various segments.

This report supplies specific and reliable answers to questions like these:

  • How much is the HoReCa market in Poland worth? What are the assessed values of each of its segments and sub-segments?
  • How much is the value of this market expected to increase over the next two years? What are the projections for each segment and sub-segment?
  • Which companies are leading this market in terms of value and growth?
  • How is the competitive environment developing in each of the HoReCa segments and sub-segments in Poland?
  • Which trends and events are responsible for growth in this market?
  • What are the common characteristics of the most successful Polish caterers?
  • Which are the preferred food service supply companies in Poland?
  • Where do Polish diners prefer to dine when they go out? How much do they habitually spend during a given time period?

Benefit from information unique to this document:

  • In-depth analysis of the newest and most powerful trends at work in the HoReCa market in Poland
  • Insight-filled forecasts for specific areas of market growth in the next two years
  • Explanation of the findings of two dedicated surveys - from consumer and business viewpoints- that clearly reveal market status and growth direction
  • Comprehensive levels of sales in the overall HoReCa market and its key segments
  • Valuation of the restaurant sub-segment and its top achievers
  • Profiles of the country's foremost caterers - revenue totals, outlets and plans to facilitate future growth.

Read about the latest developments in the industry and the opportunities available:

  • Poland's restaurant market has not reached the level of development of many comparable countries, leaving plenty of room for growth and expansion despite recessive economic conditions
  • Chain restaurants, fast food, pizzeria and cafe are experiencing significant growth. McDonald's leads the market
  • This report offers analysis of current conditions and prospects moving forward.

The information furnished by this report is indispensable when:

  • Building a growth or market entry strategy for the HoReCa sector in Poland
  • Conducting a survey of potential opportunity available in this market
  • Calculating market demand for specific types of products or services offered by dining establishments in Poland
  • Assessing the degree of market saturation overall, and in each major segment
  • Studying the competitive landscape of the HoReCa market in Poland.

Professionals that will especially value this report include:

  • Management, marketing and executive staff at companies active in the Polish HoReCa market or preparing to enter the market
  • Those engaged in the manufacture or distribution of products intended for sale on this market
  • Financial and investment consultants
  • Those providing business consulting, analysis and research services
  • Government, industry and commerce-oriented professionals with interests in the HoReCa market in Poland.

Table of Contents

I. Methodology

II. Executive summary

III. Overview of Polish economy

  • Basic macroeconomic indices for Poland
  • GDP
    • Direct foreign investment and individual consumption
  • Labour market
  • Wages
  • Inflation
  • Household income and expenses
    • Income
    • Spending
  • Demographics

IV. Findings of a consumer survey on eating out and home food deliveries

  • Introduction
  • Sample
  • Summary
  • Findings
    • Eating out
    • Differences in the frequency of eating out for men and women
    • Frequency of eating out, by age
    • Frequency of eating out, by income
    • Reasons for eating out
    • Favourite cuisines
    • Meal types
    • Side orders
    • Drinks ordered with meals
    • Upsizing the meal on recommendation
    • Average amount spent on a meal out
    • Home food deliveries

V. HoReCa market in Poland, 2013

  • Market size
  • Segments
  • Economic crisis on the HoReCa market
    • Disadvantages
    • Advantages
  • Long-term growth drivers and barriers
    • Growth drivers
    • Growth barriers

VI. Ho - hotel gastronomy market

  • Hotel base
  • Largest hotel groups
  • Overview of hotel gastronomy
  • Market size
  • Directions of growth for hotel gastronomy
    • Development of economy class
    • Development of luxury hotels
    • Cost reduction
    • Diversification of the offer
  • Profiles of selected hotel groups

VII. Re - restaurant market

  • Market size
  • Segments
  • Market trends
    • Optimisation of operating costs and chains
    • Consolidation of the market
    • Specialised offer
    • Roadside gastronomy
  • Leading players
  • Profiles of leading players

VIII. Restaurant market - analysis of segments

  • Restaurants
    • Market value and growth
    • Segments
    • Trends - market diversification
    • From fast casual to fine dining
    • Diversification of cuisine
    • Market growth prospects
    • Leading players
  • Pizzerias
    • Market value and growth
    • Segments
    • Trends - market diversification
    • Typical pizzerias vs casual dining
    • New ways to order - internet
    • Market growth prospects
    • Leading players
  • Fast food bars
    • Market value and growth
    • Segments
    • Trends - market diversification
    • Typical fast food
    • Healthy food
    • Oriental cuisine
    • Food by weight
    • Market growth prospects
    • Leading players
  • Cafes
    • Market value and growth
    • Segments
    • Trends
    • Expansion of ice cream parlour and drinking chocolate shop chains
    • Cafes as a complementary offer
    • Expansion of cafe islands and points
    • Market growth prospects
    • Leading players
  • Drink bars
    • Market value and growth
    • Segments
    • Trends
    • Beer houses
    • Wine houses and cellars
    • Expansion of the vodka-and-snack format
    • Leading players

IX. Ca - catering market

  • Overview
  • Market size
  • Competitive environment
    • Top catering companies
  • Selected segments
    • Enterprises and industry (B&I)
    • Medical and welfare institutions
    • Educational centres
    • Justice administration and the army
    • Sport and leisure
    • Public transport (railways, airlines)
    • Party service
    • Door-to-door service
  • Profiles of leading players

X. Results of the survey of the food service market in Poland

  • Information on the survey
    • Subject matter
    • Research methodology
    • Notes on interpretation of tables and charts
    • Notes on the classification of food outlets based on the definition adopted by PMR
    • Respondents
  • Overview of food service outlets in Poland
    • Structure of food service outlets
    • Period of activity
    • Location
    • Value and volume of receipts, seating capacity and staff
    • Seasonality
  • Offer
    • Cuisine
    • Alcohol licence
    • Accepted methods of payment
    • Customer service model
    • Meal delivery
    • Loyalty programmes
  • Sales volume and change in sales generated by food service outlets
  • Assessment of the current condition of the food service industry and predictions for the future
    • Assessment of 2012
    • Effect of Euro 2012 Football Championship on food-serving outlets in Poland
    • Assessment of 2013
    • Predictions for 2014
    • Barriers to doing business in the food service industry
    • Most promising outlets
  • Costs of business activities
    • Spending on groceries, including beverages and alcohol
  • Consumption of alcohol

XI. Overview of supplies in the food service industry

  • Sources of supplies - findings of the survey
    • Sources of supplies - beer
    • Sources of supplies - wine
    • Sources of supplies - other alcoholic beverages, including spirits
    • Sources of supplies - mineral water
    • Sources of supplies - juice
    • Sources of supplies - carbonated drinks, energy drinks, isotonics
    • Sources of supplies - coffee
    • Sources of supplies - tea
    • Sources of supplies - fresh food products
    • Sources of supplies - frozen potato chips
    • Sources of supplies - other frozen food products
    • Sources of supplies - other groceries (loose products, fats, oils, sauces, spices, etc.)
    • Sources of supplies - methods of delivering goods
  • Perfect supplier
  • Trends on the supply market
    • Consolidation vs supply diversification
    • Customisation of the offer
    • Loyalty programmes
  • Profiles of leading suppliers
    • Spirits
    • Beer
    • Wine
    • Soft drinks
    • Dry and chilled food
    • Frozen food
    • Profiles of distributors

XII. List of graphs

XIII. List of tables

XIV. About PMR

List of graphs

  • 1. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the HoReCa market in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 2. Value of the restaurant market in Poland, by segments (PLN m), 2009-2015
  • 3. Real GDP growth in Poland (%, y-o-y), 2009-2015
  • 4. GDP per capita in PPS (100=EU-27 average), 2010-2011
  • 5. Unemployment rate in Poland (%, yearly average), 2009-2015
  • 6. Average employment in the sector of accommodation and gastronomy in Poland (‘000), Q1 2008-Q3 2011
  • 7. Average monthly gross wage in the national economy in Poland (PLN), 2009-2015
  • 8. Annual price indices for consumer goods and services in Poland (%), 2009-2015
  • 9. Average monthly income and expenses per capita in households in Poland (PLN), 2007-2011
  • 10. Average monthly disposable income per capita in households in Poland (PLN), by source, and its real and nominal change (%, y-o-y), 2011
  • 11. Average monthly spending on consumer goods and services per capita in households in Poland (PLN), by main source of income, and real change (%, y-o-y), 2011
  • 12. Structure of monthly spending of households per person in Poland (%), 2011
  • 13. Population structure in Poland, by place of residence (%), 31 December 2011
  • 14. Share of urban population in Poland, by voivodship (%), 31 December 2011
  • 15. Current and forecasted population structure of Poland, by age group (%), 2009-2020
  • 16. Structure of people who ate out or ordered home delivered meals in the three months before the survey (%), January 2013
  • 17. Structure of people who eat out, by gender (%), January 2013
  • 18. Structure of people who eat out, by place of residence (%), January 2013
  • 19. Structure of people who eat out, by age (%), January 2013
  • 20. Structure of people who eat out, by level of education (%), January 2013
  • 21. Structure of people who eat out by net income per capita in household (%), January 2013
  • 22. Situations when respondents use services of gastronomic establishments (%), January 2013
  • 23. Frequency of eating out on special occasions (%), January 2013
  • 24. Frequency of eating out on a regular basis, by gender (%), January 2013
  • 25. Frequency of eating out on special occasions, by gender (%), January 2013
  • 26. Frequency of eating out regular meals, by net per capita income in a household (%), January 2013
  • 27. Frequency of eating out on special occasions, by net income per capita in a household (%), January 2013
  • 28. Occasions for eating out (%), January 2013
  • 29. Frequency of ordering dishes from selected cuisine types (%), January 2013
  • 30. Dishes consumed most often when eating out, by type (%), January 2013
  • 31. Meals consumed most often when eating out, by their character (%), January 2013
  • 32. Side orders chosen most frequently when eating out (%), January 2013
  • 33. Frequency of ordering drinks with meals (%), January 2013
  • 34. Frequency of ordering different types of drinks with regular meals when eating out (%), January 2013
  • 35. Frequency of ordering different types of drinks with meals when eating out on a special occasion (%), January 2013
  • 36. Spontaneous decisions made when ordering food (%), January 2013
  • 37. Average amount spent by respondents on a meal (PLN), January 2013
  • 38. Statistics for average amount spent by respondents on a meal (PLN), January 2013
  • 39. Frequency of ordering home delivered meals (%), January 2013
  • 40. Home delivered meals ordered most frequently (%), January 2013
  • 41. Frequency of ordering drinks with home delivered meals (%), January 2013
  • 42. Average amount respondents spend on their home-delivered meal (%), January 2013
  • 43. Statistics for the average amount respondents spend on their home-delivered meal (PLN), January 2013
  • 44. Value (PLN m) and growth (%) of the HoReCa market in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 45. Number of gastronomic establishments in Poland in the Ho and Re segments, 2009-2015
  • 46. Value shares of Ho, Re and Ca segments in the HoReCa market in Poland (%), 2012
  • 47. Growth of the HoReCa market in Poland (%), by segment, 2009-2015
  • 48. Value of the HoReCa market in Poland (PLN m), by segment, 2009-2015
  • 49. Number of hotels in Poland and change (y-o-y), 2007-2012
  • 50. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the hotel gastronomy market (Ho) in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 51. Number of gastronomic establishments in hotels in Poland, 2007-2012
  • 52. Structure of gastronomic establishments in hotels in Poland (number and %), 2011
  • 53. Value (PLN m) and growth (%) of the restaurant market (Re) in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 54. Change in the value of the restaurant market in Poland (%), by segment, 2009-2015
  • 55. Value of the restaurant market in Poland (PLN m), by segment, 2009-2015
  • 56. Share of segments in the restaurant market in Poland in terms of sales value (%), 2012
  • 57. Share of segments in the restaurant market by number of establishments in Poland (%), 2012
  • 58. Yearly sales per establishment in individual segments of the restaurant market in Poland (PLN m), 2012
  • 59. Number of establishments on the restaurant market in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 60. Number of establishments on the restaurant market in Poland, by segment, 2009-2015
  • 61. Establishments on the restaurant market in Poland, independent and chain ones, 2009-2015
  • 62. Value of the restaurant market in Poland (PLN m), by independent and chain establishments, 2009-2015
  • 63. Share of chain sales in the value of individual segments of the restaurant market in Poland (%), 2009-2013
  • 64. 10 largest gastronomic chains in Poland, by estimated sales value (PLN m), 2011-2012
  • 65. Largest gastronomic chains in Poland, by number of establishments, 2012-2013
  • 66. Number of establishments of McDonald's in Poland, own and franchised, 2006-2012
  • 67. Number of establishments of AmRest in Poland, by brand, 2006-2012
  • 68. Number of establishments of Sfinks in Poland, by brand, 2006-2012
  • 69. Value (PLN m) and growth (%) of the restaurant market in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 70. Value of the restaurant market in Poland (PLN m), independent and chain establishments, 2009-2015
  • 71. Number of restaurants in Poland, independent and chain establishments, 2009-2015
  • 72. Change in sales growth rates of independent and chain restaurants in Poland (%), 2009-2015
  • 73. Value of the chain restaurant market in Poland - fast casual, casual dining and fine dining (%), 2012
  • 74. Largest restaurant chains in Poland by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 75. Value (PLN m) and growth (%) of the pizzeria market in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 76. Value of the pizzeria market in Poland (PLN m), independent and chain establishments, 2009-2015
  • 77. Number of pizzerias in Poland, independent and chain establishments, 2009-2015
  • 78. Change of sales growth rates of independent and chain pizzerias in Poland (%), 2009-2015
  • 79. Largest pizzeria chains in Poland by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 80. Largest pizzeria chains by estimated sales in Poland (PLN m), 2009-2012
  • 81. Value (PLN m) and growth (%) of the fast food bar market in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 82. Value of the fast food bar market in Poland - independent and chain establishments and petrol stations (PLN m), 2009-2015
  • 83. Number of fast food bars in Poland - independent and chain establishments and petrol stations, 2009-2015
  • 84. Change in sales growth rates of fast food bars - independent and chain establishments and petrol stations in Poland (%), 2009-2015
  • 85. Largest gastronomic chains at petrol stations in Poland by number of establishments, 2009-2012
  • 86. Breakdown of fast food bars in Poland by type of offer - number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 87. Largest fast food bar chains offering typical fast food dishes in Poland, by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 88. Largest fast food bar chains offering healthy food in Poland, by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 89. Largest fast food bar chains offering oriental dishes in Poland, by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 90. Largest fast food bar chains offering food by weight in Poland, by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 91. Largest fast food bar chains in Poland, by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 92. Estimated shares of the largest fast food bar chains in Poland, by sales (%), 2012
  • 93. Value (PLN m) and growth (%) of the cafe market in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 94. Value of the cafe market in Poland (PLN m), independent and chain establishments, 2009-2015
  • 95. Number of cafes in Poland, independent and chain establishments, 2009-2015
  • 96. Change in sales growth rates of independent and chain cafes in Poland (%), 2009-2015
  • 97. Cafe chains in Poland by offer, number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 98. Ice cream parlour chains in Poland, by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 99. Drinking chocolate shops in Poland, by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 100. Largest cafe chains in Poland, by number of establishments, 2011-2013
  • 101. Estimated shares of the largest cafe chains in Poland, by sales (%), 2012
  • 102. Value (PLN m) and growth (%) of the drink bar market in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 103. Number of drink bars in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 104. Largest pub/club chains, by number of establishments in Poland, 2011-2013
  • 105. Value (PLN m) and change (%) of the catering market (Ca) in Poland, 2009-2015
  • 106. Number of catering companies in Poland, 2005-2012
  • 107. Structure of catering companies in Poland (%), by number of staff, Q4 2012
  • 108. Position of respondent in surveyed company, January 2013
  • 109. Structure of food outlets in Poland, January 2013
  • 110. Classification of hotels, January 2013
  • 111. Food services provided by hotels, January 2013
  • 112. Form of offered meals, January 2013
  • 113. Affiliation of food outlets with chains, January 2013
  • 114. Period of activity for analysed food outlets, January 2013
  • 115. Structure of location type where food outlets are situated, 2010-2013
  • 116. Location of food outlets, 2010-2013
  • 117. Differences observed in sales generated by food outlets depending on the season of the year, January 2013
  • 118. Type of cuisine served in food outlets, January 2013
  • 119. Proportion of outlets holding a licence to sell alcohol, January 2012 and January 2013
  • 120. Methods of payment accepted in the analysed food outlets, January 2012 and January 2013
  • 121. Customer service model in the analysed food outlets, January 2013
  • 122. Evaluation of sales revenue in the analysed food outlets in 2012 compared to 2011, January 2013
  • 123. Evaluation of sales revenue in the analysed food outlets in 2012 compared to 2011, by type of outlet, January 2013
  • 124. Projections for sales revenue in the analysed food outlets in 2013 compared to 2012, January 2013
  • 125. Projections for sales revenue in the analysed food outlets in 2013 compared to 2012, by type of outlet, January 2013
  • 126. Condition of the food service market in Poland in the prior year, January 2012
  • 127. Condition of the food service market in Poland in the prior year, January 2013
  • 128. Effect of Euro 2012 Football Championship on sales generated by food-serving outlets, January 2013
  • 129. Expected condition of the food service market in Poland in current year, January 2012
  • 130. Expected condition of the food service market in Poland in current year, January 2013
  • 131. Key reasons behind the expected improvement in the food service industry in 2013, January 2013
  • 132. Key reasons behind the expected downturn in the food service industry in 2013, January 2013
  • 133. Expected condition of the food service market in Poland in 12 months following the survey, January 2012
  • 134. Expected condition of the food service market in Poland in 12 months following the survey, January 2013
  • 135. Main barriers to running and developing a food service business in Poland, 2012-2013
  • 136. Types of food outlets with greatest growth prospects in the next two to three years, January 2013
  • 137. Change in the amount of alcohol sold in food outlets observed in 2012, January 2013
  • 138. Change in the amount of alcohol sold in 2012, January 2013
  • 139. Source of beer supplies, January 2013
  • 140. Names of beer suppliers, January 2013
  • 141. Source of wine supplies, January 2013
  • 142. Names of wine suppliers, January 2013
  • 143. Source of supplies for other alcoholic beverages, including spirits, January 2013
  • 144. Names of suppliers of other alcoholic beverages, including spirits, January 2013
  • 145. Source of mineral water supplies, January 2013
  • 146. Names of mineral water suppliers, January 2013
  • 147. Source of juice supplies, January 2013
  • 148. Names of juice suppliers, January 2013
  • 149. Source of supplies for carbonated drinks, energy drinks and isotonics, January 2013
  • 150. Names of suppliers of carbonated drinks, energy drinks and isotonics, January 2013
  • 151. Source of coffee supplies, January 2013
  • 152. Names of coffee suppliers, January 2013
  • 153. Source of tea supplies, January 2013
  • 154. Names of tea suppliers, January 2013
  • 155. Source of supplies in fresh food products, January 2013
  • 156. Names of suppliers of fresh food products, January 2013
  • 157. Source of supplies in frozen potato chips, January 2013
  • 158. Names of suppliers of frozen potato chips, January 2013
  • 159. Source of supplies in other frozen food products, January 2013
  • 160. Names of suppliers of other frozen food products, January 2013
  • 161. Sources of supplies in other groceries (loose products, fats, oils, sauces, spices, etc.), January 2013
  • 162. Names of suppliers of other groceries (loose products, fats, oils, sauces, spices, etc.), January 2013
  • 163. Methods of delivering goods to food outlets, January 2013
  • 164. Most important criterion of choice of a supplier to food outlets, January 2013
  • 165. Rating of criteria for selecting a supplier, January 2013
  • 166. Methods of payment for food products, shares by type of food outlet, January 2013

List of tables

  • 1. Basic macroeconomic indices for Poland, 2011-2013
  • 2. Basic macroeconomic indices for Poland, 2009-2015
  • 3. Nominal change in spending on consumer goods and services per capita in households in Poland, by main source of income (%), 2009-2011
  • 4. Largest Polish cities by population (%), 31 December 2011
  • 5. Average and median ages of respondents who eat out, January 2013
  • 6. Five-star hotels in Poland, by voivodship, 2007 and 2013
  • 7. Number of overnight stays in tourist group accommodation facilities (‘000), 2011-2012
  • 8. Number of tourists (‘000) in hotels in Poland, 2011-2012
  • 9. Largest hotel chains in Poland, January 2013
  • 10. Top 10 hotel brands in terms of hotel number, 2013
  • 11. Number of hotels operating within Orbis brands, 2012
  • 12. Expansion of the portfolio for the Orbis hotel group in Poland, 2008-2013
  • 13. New contracts signed by Orbis within the asset light strategy, March 2013
  • 14. Change in the number of establishments in selected chains in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 15. Leading operators of gastronomic chains by sales value in Poland (PLN m), 2011-2012
  • 16. Sales (PLN m) and number of establishments for McDonald's in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 17. Sales (PLN m) and number of establishments for AmRest in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 18. Sales (PLN m) and number of establishments for Da Grasso chain in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 19. Sales (PLN m) and number of establishments for Telepizza chain in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 20. Sales (PLN m) and number of establishments for Sfinks in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 21. Sales (PLN m) and number of establishments for Coffeeheaven in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 22. Sales (PLN m) and number of establishments for Grycan Lody od Pokolen chain in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 23. Sales (PLN m) and number of establishments for Dominium chain in Poland, 2009-2012
  • 24. Restaurant chains by type of cuisine and number of establishments, 2012
  • 25. Classification of catering in Poland with segments by form of cooperation, 2013
  • 26. Leading catering companies in Poland, 2011-2012
  • 27. Classification of food service outlets covered in the survey, January 2013
  • 28. Number of interviews carried out in a single stratum, January 2013
  • 29. Differences between respondents' classification of outlets and PMR's classification, January 2013
  • 30. Value and number of receipts, number of seats and staff in food outlets, 2013
  • 31. Percentage of food outlets offering delivery services, January 2013
  • 32. Percentage of food outlets offering loyalty programmes, January 2013
  • 33. Percentage of food outlets offering loyalty programmes in 2010-2013
  • 34. Revenue from food services in 2012, January 2013
  • 35. Average annual revenue generated by food outlets in Poland, January 2013
  • 36. Assessment of the condition of the food service market in Poland in the prior year in comparison to the year earlier, by type of outlet, January 2013
  • 37. Average monthly costs of managing a food service business, January 2013
  • 38. Average monthly spending on beer at food service outlets, January 2013
  • 39. Shares of product categories in spending on groceries and the estimated average monthly spending on products in selected categories, January 2013
  • 40. Supply sources for gastronomic establishments with highest percentage shares, 2013
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