Food-to-go latest research


This report covers the UK food-to-go specialists market, its challenges and opportunities, and the latest trends.
The UK food and drink market continues to face a period of unprecedented change. In this report we identify which of the 10 drivers of change will have the biggest long term impact on the UK food and drink industry, and what this means for businesses in the sector.
Retailers are looking for ways to elevate their fresh food offer to enable them to differentiate themselves and gain shopper loyalty. In this report we look at best-in class examples after retailers’ investment in their fresh food departments.
Rewe and Vodafone have been testing a self-driving vending machine in Cologne, which stops when a customer waves at it. According to both companies, the self-driving vending machine, under the Snack Mobil brand, is a European first.
With 42% of food-to-go shoppers completing lunch deal missions we look at what matters to these shoppers. We showcase examples from retail and food service catering to different needs and identify potential opportunities for pricing, mission targeting and range development.
Our predictions for a return to growth. We examine the short and longer term outlook for each sub-sector (coffee specialists, food-to-go specialists, QSR, convenience/forecourts and supermarkets/hypermarkets) and highlight implications for operators, retailers and suppliers.
Grubhub, a leading online and mobile food-ordering and delivery platform, and Resorts World Las Vegas have launched a first-of-its-kind partnership to become the first resort to offer Grubhub’s advanced ordering technology.
In France, Deliveroo and circular-packaging company barePack are offering customers the option to get food delivered in reusable containers.
This report covers the UK coffee shop market, its challenges and opportunities, and the latest trends. It includes profiles of the key players - Costa, Starbucks and Caffè Nero, including their strategic priorities and the impact COVID has had on their operations.
Kellogg’s Away from Home and Chowbotics, the makers of Sally the fresh food robot (owned by last-mile logistics platform DoorDash) have debuted two new cereal-dispensing vending machines. One of the smart vending machines is at Florida State University and the second is at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.