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News / Blog2021-02-13T18:26:27+00:00

Number of out-of-home visits P13 at 1st lockdown level

In 2nd lockdown (to 27-12-2020) visits to work at lowest level and catering industry does not manage to pick up Christmas significantly. Number of out-of-home visits P13 at level of 1st lockdown Hospitality sector incl. fast food service, transport and catering together -55% lower in P13, 2020 (up to week 52) compared with previous years. Cumulatively to P13 this is -35%.

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
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Webinar: Retrospective 2020 and 2021 Forecast

Our insights specialist, Rien de Koning, is pleased to invite you to the foodservice webinar on 04 February at 13:00. During this online session Rien will share important events from last year and make a forecast for 2021. What can we expect in 2021? You will hear it all during the webinar! Sign up therefore

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
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Over-65s avoid weekends

ROTTERDAM - Visits to supermarkets and specialist stores are shifting sharply due to corona. Specialty stores benefit relatively more and people over 65 avoid weekend shopping. Our analyses based on 10,000 customer interviews show that the percentage of online shoppers has increased by more than 60 percent: Figure 1: Online grocery shopping Still a

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
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Cup of tea?

Although tea in the Dutch foodservice market is most often made with loose bags, fresh tea and loose tea are on the rise. This growth is particularly noticeable in the hospitality segments. The use of loose tea in the catering industry has increased over the last year. This is particularly the case in restaurants, coffee bars

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
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Number of out-of-home visits structurally above level of 1st lockdown

Catering incl. fast service, transport and catering are together -39% lower in P12, 2020 (until week 48) compared to previous years. Cumulatively to P12 this is also -39%. In P4/P5 this was on average -56%. Visits to catering on average -30% higher than 1st lockdown For catering, the decrease in P10/P11 was on average less than -30%.

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
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Hospitality sector loses 400 million to retail over Christmas

Analysis - If the restaurants must remain closed at Christmas, this hospitality branch loses around 400 million in sales to the supermarkets. 30% to 40% of this (average 35%, ed.) is the purchase of food and beverages. And when the catering industry is closed, this is bought in retail. This is calculated by our data analyst,

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |

Harry goes Vital

Harry regularly hears around him that sales representatives are sitting at home. After all, the hospitality industry is closed and retail is not waiting for sales representatives during these peak times. Of course it is understandable to stay at home when you do not know whether a location is still open in these bizarre times. Yet it seems that many entrepreneurs

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Barista in an empty shop during corona pandemic

Number of out-of-home visits still above 1st lockdown levels

Catering (including fast service, transport and catering) are together -38% lower in P11 (week 41 to week 44), compared with previous years. Cumulatively up to P11 this is -33%. In P4/P5, the average was -56%. Visits to catering remain stable at -25% For catering, the number of visits drops back by -25% compared to 2018/19. The peak to

February 7th, 2021|

Number of out-of-home visits P13 at 1st lockdown level

In 2nd lockdown (to 27-12-2020) visits to work at lowest level and catering industry does not manage to pick up Christmas significantly. Number of out-of-home visits P13 at level of 1st lockdown Hospitality sector incl. fast food service, transport and catering together -55% lower in P13, 2020 (up to week 52) compared with previous years. Cumulatively to P13 this is -35%.

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • laptop macbook on a page join us online

Webinar: Retrospective 2020 and 2021 Forecast

Our insights specialist, Rien de Koning, is pleased to invite you to the foodservice webinar on 04 February at 13:00. During this online session Rien will share important events from last year and make a forecast for 2021. What can we expect in 2021? You will hear it all during the webinar! Sign up therefore

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • People waiting in line at the grocery store with shopping carts

Over-65s avoid weekends

ROTTERDAM - Visits to supermarkets and specialist stores are shifting sharply due to corona. Specialty stores benefit relatively more and people over 65 avoid weekend shopping. Our analyses based on 10,000 customer interviews show that the percentage of online shoppers has increased by more than 60 percent: Figure 1: Online grocery shopping Still a

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Hot tea with teapot on a shelf

Cup of tea?

Although tea in the Dutch foodservice market is most often made with loose bags, fresh tea and loose tea are on the rise. This growth is particularly noticeable in the hospitality segments. The use of loose tea in the catering industry has increased over the last year. This is particularly the case in restaurants, coffee bars

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Girl holding coffee cup in the park

Number of out-of-home visits structurally above level of 1st lockdown

Catering incl. fast service, transport and catering are together -39% lower in P12, 2020 (until week 48) compared to previous years. Cumulatively to P12 this is also -39%. In P4/P5 this was on average -56%. Visits to catering on average -30% higher than 1st lockdown For catering, the decrease in P10/P11 was on average less than -30%.

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Christmas tree in a large decorated hall

Hospitality sector loses 400 million to retail over Christmas

Analysis - If the restaurants must remain closed at Christmas, this hospitality branch loses around 400 million in sales to the supermarkets. 30% to 40% of this (average 35%, ed.) is the purchase of food and beverages. And when the catering industry is closed, this is bought in retail. This is calculated by our data analyst,

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |

Harry goes Vital

Harry regularly hears around him that sales representatives are sitting at home. After all, the hospitality industry is closed and retail is not waiting for sales representatives during these peak times. Of course it is understandable to stay at home when you do not know whether a location is still open in these bizarre times. Yet it seems that many entrepreneurs

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Barista in an empty shop during corona pandemic

Number of out-of-home visits still above 1st lockdown levels

Catering (including fast service, transport and catering) are together -38% lower in P11 (week 41 to week 44), compared with previous years. Cumulatively up to P11 this is -33%. In P4/P5, the average was -56%. Visits to catering remain stable at -25% For catering, the number of visits drops back by -25% compared to 2018/19. The peak to

February 7th, 2021|

Number of out-of-home visits P13 at 1st lockdown level

In 2nd lockdown (to 27-12-2020) visits to work at lowest level and catering industry does not manage to pick up Christmas significantly. Number of out-of-home visits P13 at level of 1st lockdown Hospitality sector incl. fast food service, transport and catering together -55% lower in P13, 2020 (up to week 52) compared with previous years. Cumulatively to P13 this is -35%.

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • laptop macbook on a page join us online

Webinar: Retrospective 2020 and 2021 Forecast

Our insights specialist, Rien de Koning, is pleased to invite you to the foodservice webinar on 04 February at 13:00. During this online session Rien will share important events from last year and make a forecast for 2021. What can we expect in 2021? You will hear it all during the webinar! Sign up therefore

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • People waiting in line at the grocery store with shopping carts

Over-65s avoid weekends

ROTTERDAM - Visits to supermarkets and specialist stores are shifting sharply due to corona. Specialty stores benefit relatively more and people over 65 avoid weekend shopping. Our analyses based on 10,000 customer interviews show that the percentage of online shoppers has increased by more than 60 percent: Figure 1: Online grocery shopping Still a

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Hot tea with teapot on a shelf

Cup of tea?

Although tea in the Dutch foodservice market is most often made with loose bags, fresh tea and loose tea are on the rise. This growth is particularly noticeable in the hospitality segments. The use of loose tea in the catering industry has increased over the last year. This is particularly the case in restaurants, coffee bars

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Girl holding coffee cup in the park

Number of out-of-home visits structurally above level of 1st lockdown

Catering incl. fast service, transport and catering are together -39% lower in P12, 2020 (until week 48) compared to previous years. Cumulatively to P12 this is also -39%. In P4/P5 this was on average -56%. Visits to catering on average -30% higher than 1st lockdown For catering, the decrease in P10/P11 was on average less than -30%.

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Christmas tree in a large decorated hall

Hospitality sector loses 400 million to retail over Christmas

Analysis - If the restaurants must remain closed at Christmas, this hospitality branch loses around 400 million in sales to the supermarkets. 30% to 40% of this (average 35%, ed.) is the purchase of food and beverages. And when the catering industry is closed, this is bought in retail. This is calculated by our data analyst,

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |

Harry goes Vital

Harry regularly hears around him that sales representatives are sitting at home. After all, the hospitality industry is closed and retail is not waiting for sales representatives during these peak times. Of course it is understandable to stay at home when you do not know whether a location is still open in these bizarre times. Yet it seems that many entrepreneurs

February 7th, 2021|Tags: |
  • Barista in an empty shop during corona pandemic

Number of out-of-home visits still above 1st lockdown levels

Catering (including fast service, transport and catering) are together -38% lower in P11 (week 41 to week 44), compared with previous years. Cumulatively up to P11 this is -33%. In P4/P5, the average was -56%. Visits to catering remain stable at -25% For catering, the number of visits drops back by -25% compared to 2018/19. The peak to

February 7th, 2021|
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