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  1. Trends in the Global Restaurant Industry Presentation by Mr. Mats Östblom, Independent Operator Representative IH&RA Board of Directors to the Chinese Food Festival Qingdao, China www.ih-ra.com

  2. International Hotel & Restaurant Association www.ih-ra.com

  3. The Foodservice Industry Worldwide Presentation outline: • I. IH&RA – Who are we? • 2. Global Foodservice Industry – Big Picture • 3. IH&RA Work on Foodservice Issues www.ih-ra.com

  4. Who We Are • The only international trade association exclusively devoted to promoting and defending the interests of the hotel and restaurant industry worldwide • A non-profit membership organization dedicated to helping members achieve business objectives and prepare for the future www.ih-ra.com

  5. Our Vision… The voice of the global hotel and restaurant industry www.ih-ra.com

  6. Our Mission… Provide a platform for: • Formation of Industry Positions • International Representation • Information Dissemination • International Connections www.ih-ra.com

  7. Who We Represent • Through its membership network, IH&RA represents an estimated 300,000 hotels and 8 million restaurants www.ih-ra.com

  8. Hotels & Restaurants such as… www.ih-ra.com

  9. National Associations www.ih-ra.com

  10. Food Service Industry WorldwideBig Picture In 2006 it is estimated that restaurants across the globe: • generated over $US 800 billion in revenues • employed over 60 million people www.ih-ra.com

  11. Food Service Industry Worldwide Restaurant Industry: North America: USA • Restaurant and foodservice outlets: 935,000 • Employment: 13 million people • Sales: around USD 550 billion www.ih-ra.com

  12. Food Service Industry Worldwide Restaurant Industry: Europe In the European Union: EU • Outlets: over 1 million enterprises (restaurants & cafés) • Employment: over 5 million people • Accounts for more than 2% of total EU employment www.ih-ra.com

  13. Europe: Top 100 Operations in Europe • Top 100 Turnover: around € 70 bn in 2003 • 27 Countries • Total Turnover in Europe: over € 300 bn www.ih-ra.com

  14. Food Service Industry WorldwideGlobal Revenues - Breakdown • Americas: 50% • Asia Pacific: 24% • Europe: 20% www.ih-ra.com

  15. Food Service Industry in China • China’s food service volume is around USD 90 billion • about 5 times that of India (around USD 16.7 billion) www.ih-ra.com

  16. Fast GrowthFood service Industry in China • China’s HRI (hotel, restaurant and institutional) revenues totaled : • USD 109.53 billion in calendar 2005, +16.8 % over 2004, = 13.9 % of China’s total consumption sales revenue; • HRI revenues reached a new high of around USD120 billion in 2006. www.ih-ra.com

  17. Food Service Industry WorldwideCurrent Trends Menu revisions influenced by Avian Flu Online Ordering Increase in budgets for Technology Increased usage of Self-Service Technology Kiosks More Focus on « Heart Healthy » Foods (vegetable) Increase in Ethnic and Fusion foods (« The Waffle Falafel » ) www.ih-ra.com

  18. Food Service Industry WorldwideTop 10 Trends Quick fix prepared food eg bagged salads Drive-and Go take out foods Inherently Healthy naturally healthy foods Fancy premium gourmet foods eg fish Authentic - Farm-Friendly organic & natural Ethnicality fair trade, companies that “care” Security no bacteria, no virus, no contamination Layering of Flavors eg spices, oils & vinegars Grazing healthier snacks eg diet bars Low, No, and Less low calorie & light products www.ih-ra.com

  19. Food Service Industry SwedenCurrent trends Ecological - eg chemicals not used(developed trend towards behaviour) Origin & Locally Produced Authentic - “home made” Meals consisting of many small dishes Security - production source www.ih-ra.com

  20. Food Service Industry SwedenFeatures Changing seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter) Nature – flavours & ingredients Milk products Mix of salty, sweet & sour flavours Open & liberal - inspirations from all over the world www.ih-ra.com

  21. Food Service Industry WorldwideIH&RA Work on Foodservice Issues At the international level IH&RA works with: • World Health Organisation - WHO • Food Standards Programme(Codex Alimentarius) co-managed with UN Food and Agriculture Organisation - FAO • International Orgnization for Standardisation – ISO • International Labour Organisation - ILO • United Nations Environment Programme - UNEP • World Tourism Organisation - UNWTO www.ih-ra.com

  22. International Issues & Agencies • International Organisation for Standardisation - ISO - International Standards for Accommodation & Catering • International Labour Organisation - ILO - Flexibility of Working Conditions - International Labour Mobility • World Health Organisation WHO – Codex Alimentarius - Healthy lifestyles - Health claims & labelling www.ih-ra.com

  23. International Issues & Agencies • UN Environment Programme - UNEP - Crisis & Risk Management & Prevention Guidelines (Agenda 21, Kyoto Protocol) • UN World Tourism Organisation - UNWTO - Avian Influenza Awareness and Prevention www.ih-ra.com

  24. Food Service Industry Worldwide Closing Remarks Foodservice continues to be a growing and a global market. The Service Industry revenues are on a fast growth track. Globalization together with increased Internet access & usage speed up trend availability. The Chinese Restaurant Industry represents a significant percentage of this industry. www.ih-ra.com

  25. Thank you www.ih-ra.com