Issue 06/07: Airport foodservice & Europe's 111 biggest foodservice players
This year's sixth issue of FoodService Europe & Middle East is on its way to readers in more than 50 countries: 86 pages packed full of market information, case studies and analyses. Here's a foretaste:
- Part 2 of our European overview of airport foodservice: for a growing number of frequent fliers, airports now have the function of shopping centres and have to meet increasingly high expectations in terms of the facilities and F&B services provided. We analyse the role played by foodservice at major airports in Zurich, Paris, Amsterdam, Russia and Spain.
- Concepts to Watch: exciting new concepts from Poland and the Baltic States that trend watchers should not miss under any circumstances.
- Market information: Europe's 111 biggest foodservice players in 2006. The top 10 alone represent sales revenues of almost € 40 million. In the forefront as in previous years: quick service and contract catering.
- Interview: Tony Hughes, for many years the figurehead of the restaurant business of Mitchells & Butlers, speaks on his retirement about priorities, perspectives and personal development in this rapidly changing market segment.
- Middle East: Sharia and Halal ‐ which rules must hotels and restaurants observe in Islamic countries?
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