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The UK Foodservice Industry Survey 2013-2014 - Organic Trends and Menu Labelling

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Product Synopsis

"The UK Foodservice Survey 2013-2014: Organic Trends and Menu Labelling" is a new report by Canadean that analyzes the significance of organic food products and menu labelling in the UK foodservice industry. Furthermore, it provides information about the demand for sustainable packaging; promotional tools used by foodservice operators to encourage healthy eating concepts and also highlight media outlets regularly used by operators to promote their products. This report not only grants access to the opinions and strategies of business decision makers and competitors, but also examines their actions surrounding business priorities. The report also provides access to information categorized by foodservice operators, suppliers, channel of operation, turnover, and purchasing decision authority.

Introduction and Landscape

Why was the report written?
This report is the result of an extensive survey drawn from Canadean's exclusive panel of leading UK foodservice industry executives. The report identifies key factors that will influence the demand for organic food and forecasts the share of organic produce within UK foodservice operators' total procurement expenditure in 2013-2014. The report recognizes key actions for and challenges to menu labelling and determines the effect of menu labelling on UK foodservice operators' revenue growth in 2013-2014. Moreover, the report identifies future amendments associated with menu alterations and the demand outlook for green packaging in the UK foodservice industry. Most secondary research reports are based on general industry drivers and do not understand the industry executives' attitude and changing behaviours, creating a gap in presenting the business outlook of the industry. In an effort to bridge this gap, Canadean created this primary-research based report by gathering the opinions of multiple stake holders in the value-chain of the UK foodservice industry.

What is the current market landscape and what is changing?
Overall, 26% of respondents project an allocation of between '10-20%' of total procurement towards organic products.

What are the key drivers behind recent market changes?

Survey result demonstrate that 67% and 64% of respondents identify 'government regulations' and 'rise in demand for nutritional information', respectively, as major growth factors that will be instrumental in the implementation of menu labelling in 2013-2014.

What makes this report unique and essential to read?

"The UK Foodservice Survey 2013-2014: Organic Trends and Menu Labelling" is a new report by Canadean that analyzes the significance of organic food products and menu labelling in the UK foodservice industry. Furthermore, it provides information about the demand for sustainable packaging; promotional tools used by foodservice operators to encourage healthy eating concepts and also highlight media outlets regularly used by operators to promote their products. This report not only grants access to the opinions and strategies of business decision makers and competitors, but also examines their actions surrounding business priorities. The report also provides access to information categorized by foodservice operators, suppliers, channel of operation, turnover, and purchasing decision authority.

Key Features and Benefits

Project key factors that will influence the demand for organic food in 2013-2014.

Forecasts the share of organic produce within UK foodservice operators' total procurement expenditure in 2013-2014.

Uncover key challenges for the implementation of menu labelling.

Evaluate the significance of selected factors on menu alterations.

Estimate change in the demand for green packaging in the UK foodservice industry.

Key Market Issues
A total of 58% of food service operators indicated that they have 'partially introduced' or 'completely introduced' organic food ingredients.

According to 67% and 44% of supplier respondents, 'introduction of nutritional calculators' and 'conducting health awareness programs' are key actions taken by foodservice operators to display calorie information.

Survey results reveal that 47% of food service operators plan to allocate 'less than 5%' of their operational budget towards menu labelling in 2013-2014.

Respondents from foodservice operators consider 'enhance the essential skills of staff' and 'improve nutritional quality of food and beverages' as the key amendments to be introduced as part of menu alterations in 2013-2014.

Overall, 62%, 46%, and 36% of foodservice operators identified 'menu sheets', 'posters in eating arena', and 'brochures', respectively, as the promotional tools for healthy eating practices.

Key Highlights
Overall, 27% of supplier respondents expect the allocation for organic products to range between 10-30% of their total procurement expenditure.

A total of 53% of supplier respondents from the UK foodservice industry identify the status of menu labelling as 'partially implemented'.

Survey results demonstrate that 51% of foodservice operators highlight 'no change' in revenue generation through the implementation of menu labelling.

'Demand for local food', 'local preferences', and 'building loyalty and adding value' are the most important factors influencing menu alterations as identified by foodservice operators.

'Email and newsletters', 'social media/networking sites', and 'trade magazines' are the major marketing channels regularly used for promotional activities.

1 Introduction
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.2 Definitions
1.3 Methodology
1.4 Profile of Survey Respondents
Table 1: UK Foodservice Industry Survey Respondents by Company Type, 2013
2 Executive Summary
2.1 Consumer Demand for organic food to increase in 2013-2014
2.2 'Concern for healthy food' a key driver contributing to the growth of organic foods
2.3 Majority of foodservice operators have partially implemented menu labelling
2.4 'High cost of implementation' identified a key barrier to menu labelling
2.5 The majority of foodservice operators highlight 'no change' in revenue generation through implementation of menu labelling
2.6 'Demand for local food' and 'local preferences' are the key factors influencing menu alterations
2.7 'Menu sheets', 'posters in eating arena', and 'brochures' are the most effective promotional tools for foodservice operators
3 Organic Trends in the UK Foodservice industry
3.1 Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food
3.1.1 Change in consumer demand for organic food - UK foodservice operators
3.1.2 Change in consumer demand for organic food - UK foodservice channels
3.1.3 Change in consumer demand for organic food - UK foodservice industry suppliers
3.1.4 Change in consumer demand for organic food - company turnover
3.1.5 Change in consumer demand for organic food - purchasing decision authority
3.2 Organic Food Ingredients in UK Foodservice
3.2.1 Introduction of organic food ingredients - UK foodservice operators
3.2.2 Introduction of organic food ingredients - UK foodservice channels
3.2.3 Introduction of organic food ingredients - UK foodservice industry suppliers
3.2.4 Introduction of organic food ingredients - company turnover
3.2.5 Introduction of organic food ingredients - purchasing decision authority

3.3 Factors Driving Demand for Organic Food
3.3.1 Factors driving demand for organic food - UK foodservice operators
3.3.2 Factors driving demand for organic food - UK foodservice channels
3.3.3 Factors driving demand for organic food - UK foodservice industry suppliers
3.3.4 Factors driving demand for organic food - company turnover
3.4 Demand for Organic Food Categories
3.4.1 Demand for organic food categories - UK foodservice operators
3.4.2 Demand for organic food categories - UK foodservice channels
3.4.3 Demand for organic food categories - UK foodservice industry suppliers
3.4.4 Demand for organic food categories - company turnover
3.5 Expenditure on Organic Procurement
3.5.1 Expenditure on organic procurement - UK foodservice operators
3.5.2 Expenditure on organic procurement - purchasing decision authority
3.5.3 Increasing consumer demand for organic products vs. expenditure on organic procurement
4 Menu Labelling Trends in the UK Foodservice Industry
4.1 Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Industry
4.1.1 Menu labelling in the foodservice industry - UK foodservice operators
4.1.2 Menu labelling in the foodservice industry - UK foodservice channels
4.1.3 Menu labelling in the UK foodservice industry - suppliers
4.1.4 Menu labelling in the UK foodservice industry - company turnover
4.1.5 Menu labelling in the UK foodservice industry - purchasing decision authority
4.2 Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling
4.2.1 Key deciding factors for menu labelling - UK foodservice operators
4.2.2 Key deciding factors for menu labelling - UK foodservice channels
4.2.3 Key deciding factors for menu labelling - UK foodservice industry suppliers
4.2.4 Key deciding factors for menu labelling - company turnover
4.3 Key Actions to Display Calorie Information
4.3.1 Key actions to display calorie information - UK foodservice operators
4.3.2 Key actions to display calorie information - UK foodservice channels
4.3.3 Key actions to display calorie information - UK foodservice industry suppliers
4.3.4 Key actions to display calorie information - company turnover
4.4 Major Barriers to Menu Labelling
4.4.1 Major barriers to menu labelling - UK foodservice operators
4.4.2 Major barriers to menu labelling - UK foodservice channels
4.4.3 Major barriers to menu labelling - UK foodservice industry suppliers
4.4.4 Major barriers to menu labelling - company turnover
5 Investment Planning and Revenue Growth Expectations
5.1 Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues
5.1.1 Impact of menu labelling on revenues - UK foodservice operators

5.1.2 Impact of menu labelling on revenues - UK foodservice channels
5.1.3 Impact of menu labelling on revenues - UK foodservice industry suppliers
5.1.4 Impact of menu labelling on revenues - company turnover
5.2 Planned Change in Budget for Menu Labelling
5.2.1 Planned change in budget for menu labelling - UK foodservice operators
5.2.2 Planned change in budget for menu labelling - company turnover
5.3 Projected Change in Investment
5.3.1 Projected change in investment - UK foodservice operators
5.3.2 Projected change in investment - UK foodservice industry suppliers
5.3.3 Projected change in investment - company turnover
6 Menu Alteration Trends
6.1 Significance of Menu Alterations
6.1.1 Significance of menu alterations - UK foodservice operators
6.1.2 Significance of menu alterations - UK foodservice channels
6.1.3 Significance of menu alterations - UK foodservice industry suppliers
6.1.4 Significance of menu alterations - company turnover
6.1.5 Significance of menu alterations - purchasing decision authority
6.2 Factors Influencing Menu Alterations
6.2.1 Factors influencing menu alterations - UK foodservice operators
6.2.2 Factors influencing menu alterations - UK foodservice industry suppliers
6.2.3 Factors influencing menu alterations - company turnover
6.3 Future Amendments in Menu Alterations
6.3.1 Future amendments in menu alterations - UK foodservice operators
6.3.2 Future amendments in menu alterations - UK foodservice industry suppliers
6.3.3 Future amendments in menu alterations - company turnover
6.3.4 Future amendments in menu alterations - purchasing decision authority
7 Sustainable Packaging in the UK Foodservice Industry
7.1 Significance of Green Packaging

7.1.1 Significance of green packaging - UK foodservice operators
7.1.2 Significance of green packaging - UK foodservice channels
7.1.3 Significance of green packaging - UK foodservice industry suppliers
7.1.4 Significance of green packaging - company turnover
7.1.5 Significance of green packaging - purchasing decision authority
7.2 Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions
7.2.1 Key measures for sustainable packaging solutions - UK foodservice operators
7.2.2 Key measures for sustainable packaging solutions - UK foodservice channels
7.2.3 Key measures for sustainable packaging solutions - UK foodservice industry suppliers
7.2.4 Key measures for sustainable packaging solutions - company turnover
7.2.5 Key measures for sustainable packaging solutions - purchasing decision authority
8 Promoting Healthy Eating Concepts
8.1 Effective Tools for Promoting Healthy Eating Concepts
8.1.1 Effective tools for promoting healthy eating concepts - UK foodservice operators
8.1.2 Effective tools for promoting healthy eating concepts - UK foodservice industry suppliers
8.1.3 Effective tools for promoting healthy eating concepts - company turnover
8.2 Frequently used Promotional Channels
8.2.1 Frequently used promotional channels - UK foodservice operators
8.2.2 Frequently used promotional channels - UK foodservice channels
8.2.3 Frequently used promotional channels - UK foodservice industry suppliers
9 Appendix
9.1 Survey Results - Closed Questions
9.2 About Canadean
9.3 Disclaimer

List of Tables

Table 1: UK Foodservice Industry Survey Respondents by Company Type, 2013
Table 2: UK Foodservice Operator Respondents by Channel Type, 2013 (%)
Table 3: UK Foodservice Operator Respondents by Job Role (%), 2013
Table 4: UK Foodservice Operator Respondents by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Table 5: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 6: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Table 7: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Table 8: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Table 9: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013-2014
Table 10: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Table 11: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Table 12: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 13: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Table 14: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013
Table 15: Factors Driving Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 16: Factors Driving Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Table 17: Factors Driving Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Table 18: Demand for Organic Food Categories: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 19: Increase in Demand for Organic Food Categories: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014

Table 20: Demand for Organic Food Categories: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Table 21: Increase in Demand for Organic Food Categories: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Table 22: Expenditure on Organic Procurement: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 23: Expenditure on Organic Procurement: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013-2014
Table 24: Increasing Consumer Demand for Organic Products vs. Expenditure on Organic Procurement (%), 2013-2014
Table 25: Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Operators' Industry (%), 2013
Table 26: Menu Labelling in UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Table 27: Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Industry: Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 28: Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Industry: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Table 29: Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Industry: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013
Table 30: Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 31: Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Table 32: Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014

Table 33: Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Table 34: Key Actions to Display Calorie Information: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Table 35: Key Actions to Display Calorie Information: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Table 36: Key Actions to Display Calorie Information: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 37: Key Actions to Display Calorie Information: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Table 38: Major Barriers to Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Table 39: Major Barriers to Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Table 40: Major Barriers to Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 41: Major Barriers to Menu Labelling: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Table 42: Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 43: Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Table 44: Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Table 45: Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Table 46: Planned Change in Budget for Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 47: Planned Change in Budget for Menu Labelling: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Table 48: Projected Change in Investment: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 49: Projected Change in Investment: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Table 50: Projected Change in Investment: Comparison by Company Turnover (% More Responses), 2013-2014
Table 51: Significance of Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Table 52: Significance of Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Table 53: Significance of Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 54: Significance of Menu Alterations: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Table 55: Significance of Menu Alterations: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority(%), 2013

Table 56: Factors Influencing Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Table 57: Factors Influencing Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 58: Factors Influencing Menu Alterations: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Table 59: Future Amendments in Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 60: Future Amendments in Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Table 61: Future Amendments to Menu Alterations: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013-2014
Table 62: Significance of Green Packaging: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Table 63: Significance of Green Packaging: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Table 64: Significance of Green Packaging: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Table 65: Significance of Green Packaging: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Table 66: Significance of Green Packaging: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013-2014
Table 67: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Table 68: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Table 69: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 70: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013
Table 71: Effective Tools for Promoting Healthy Eating Concepts: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Table 72: Effective Tools for Promoting Healthy Eating Concepts: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 73: Frequently used Promotional Channels: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Table 74: Frequently used Promotional Channels: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Table 75: Frequently used Promotional Channels: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Table 76: Survey Results

List of Figures

Figure 1: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 2: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Figure 3: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Figure 4: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Figure 5: Change in Consumer Demand for Organic Food: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013-2014
Figure 6: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Figure 7: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Figure 8: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Figure 9: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 10: Introduction of Organic Food Ingredients: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013

Figure 11: Factors Driving Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 12: Factors Driving Demand for Organic Food: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Figure 13: Factors Driving Demand for Organic Food: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Figure 14: Demand for Organic Food Categories: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 15: Increase in Demand for Organic Food Categories: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Figure 16: Demand for Organic Food Categories: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Figure 17: Increase in Demand for Organic Food Categories: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Figure 18: Expenditure on Organic Procurement: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 19: Expenditure on Organic Procurement: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013-2014
Figure 20: Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Operators' Industry (%), 2013
Figure 21: Menu Labelling in UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Figure 22: Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Industry: Suppliers (%), 2013
Figure 23: Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Industry: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013

Figure 24: Menu Labelling in the UK Foodservice Industry: Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013
Figure 25: Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 26: Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Figure 27: Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Figure 28: Key Deciding Factors for Menu Labelling: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Figure 29: Key Actions to Display Calorie Information: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Figure 30: Key Actions to Display Calorie Information: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Figure 31: Key Actions to Display Calorie Information: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Figure 32: Major Barriers to Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Figure 33: Major Barriers to Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Figure 34: Major Barriers to Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Figure 35: Major Barriers to Menu Labelling: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 36: Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 37: Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Figure 38: Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014

Figure 39: Impact of Menu Labelling on Revenues: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Figure 40: Planned Change in Budget for Menu Labelling: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 41: Planned Change in Budget for Menu Labelling: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Figure 42: Projected Change in Investment: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 43: Projected Change in Investment: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Figure 44: Significance of Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Figure 45: Significance of Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Figure 46: Significance of Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Figure 47: Significance of Menu Alterations: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 48: Factors Influencing Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Figure 49: Factors Influencing Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Figure 50: Factors Influencing Menu Alterations: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 51: Future Amendments in Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 52: Future Amendments in Menu Alterations: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Figure 53: Future Amendments in Menu Alterations: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014

Figure 54: Future Amendments to Menu Alterations: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013-2014
Figure 55: Significance of Green Packaging: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013-2014
Figure 56: Significance of Green Packaging: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013-2014
Figure 57: Significance of Green Packaging: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013-2014
Figure 58: Significance of Green Packaging: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013-2014
Figure 59: Significance of Green Packaging: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013-2014
Figure 60: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Figure 61: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Figure 62: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Figure 63: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 64: Key Measures for Sustainable Packaging Solutions: Comparison by Purchasing Decision Authority (%), 2013
Figure 65: Effective Tools for Promoting Healthy Eating Concepts: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Figure 66: Effective Tools for Promoting Healthy Eating Concepts: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013
Figure 67: Effective Tools for Promoting Healthy Eating Concepts: Comparison by Company Turnover (%), 2013
Figure 68: Frequently used Promotional Channels: UK Foodservice Operators (%), 2013
Figure 69: Frequently used Promotional Channels: UK Foodservice Channels (%), 2013
Figure 70: Frequently used Promotional Channels: UK Foodservice Industry Suppliers (%), 2013

Companies Mentioned

Independent Catering, DoubleTree by Hilton London, Danny Meyer, Company of Cooks, EHL Ingredients, Kallo foods Ltd, McDonald, the Duke of Cambridge, Steenbergs Organic, Vinceremos Wines and Spirits Ltd, Moor organics Ltd, Pret A Manger, Starbucks, Burger King, Harvester, KFC, Pizza Hut, Fuller, Spirit Leased, ARAMARK Limited, Unilever Food Solutions, Nestlé, J D Wetherspoon Plc., Coeliac UK, the Lamb Inn, Prezzo, the Bramwell Pub Company, Strada, T.G.I. Friday, the Hospital Caterers Association, the National Association of Care Catering, Bartlett Mitchell, BPEX, YO! Sushi restaurant, Sodexo, Bibendum, BaxterStorey, Total Foodservice Solutions Limited, Enochs restaurant, The Akeman, Sam's Brasserie and Bar and Biopac UK Ltd

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From telemedicine to smart cars, digital homes and industrial monitoring, the explosive growth of IoT has created exciting new business opportunities for real time calls and messaging. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Ivelin Ivanov, CEO and Co-Founder of Telestax, will share some of the new revenue sources that IoT created for Restcomm – the open source telephony platform from Telestax. Ivelin Ivanov is a technology entrepreneur who founded Mobicents, an Open Source VoIP Platform, to help create, deploy, and manage applications integrating voice, video and data. He is the co-founder ...
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to create new business models as significant as those that were inspired by the Internet and the smartphone 20 and 10 years ago. What business, social and practical implications will this phenomenon bring? That's the subject of "Monetizing the Internet of Things: Perspectives from the Front Lines," an e-book released today and available free of charge from Aria Systems, the leading innovator in recurring revenue management.
The Internet of Things will put IT to its ultimate test by creating infinite new opportunities to digitize products and services, generate and analyze new data to improve customer satisfaction, and discover new ways to gain a competitive advantage across nearly every industry. In order to help corporate business units to capitalize on the rapidly evolving IoT opportunities, IT must stand up to a new set of challenges.
There’s Big Data, then there’s really Big Data from the Internet of Things. IoT is evolving to include many data possibilities like new types of event, log and network data. The volumes are enormous, generating tens of billions of logs per day, which raise data challenges. Early IoT deployments are relying heavily on both the cloud and managed service providers to navigate these challenges. In her session at 6th Big Data Expo®, Hannah Smalltree, Director at Treasure Data, to discuss how IoT, Big Data and deployments are processing massive data volumes from wearables, utilities and other mach...
P2P RTC will impact the landscape of communications, shifting from traditional telephony style communications models to OTT (Over-The-Top) cloud assisted & PaaS (Platform as a Service) communication services. The P2P shift will impact many areas of our lives, from mobile communication, human interactive web services, RTC and telephony infrastructure, user federation, security and privacy implications, business costs, and scalability. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Erik Lagerway, Co-founder of Hookflash, will walk through the shifting landscape of traditional telephone and voice s...
While great strides have been made relative to the video aspects of remote collaboration, audio technology has basically stagnated. Typically all audio is mixed to a single monaural stream and emanates from a single point, such as a speakerphone or a speaker associated with a video monitor. This leads to confusion and lack of understanding among participants especially regarding who is actually speaking. Spatial teleconferencing introduces the concept of acoustic spatial separation between conference participants in three dimensional space. This has been shown to significantly improve comprehe...
The Internet of Things is tied together with a thin strand that is known as time. Coincidentally, at the core of nearly all data analytics is a timestamp. When working with time series data there are a few core principles that everyone should consider, especially across datasets where time is the common boundary. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Jim Scott, Director of Enterprise Strategy & Architecture at MapR Technologies, will discuss single-value, geo-spatial, and log time series data. By focusing on enterprise applications and the data center, he will use OpenTSDB as an example...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Gridstore™, the leader in software-defined storage (SDS) purpose-built for Windows Servers and Hyper-V, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 15th International Cloud Expo®, which will take place on November 4–6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. Gridstore™ is the leader in software-defined storage purpose built for virtualization that is designed to accelerate applications in virtualized environments. Using its patented Server-Side Virtual Controller™ Technology (SVCT) to eliminate the I/O blender effect and accelerate applications Gridsto...