MCA is pleased to announce the second UK Pub Market Report which was launched on 15th June 2016. The UK Pub Market Report provides a unique, in-depth view of the size and breadth of the branded and independent pub sector complete with detailed consumer insight into eating out behaviours. The ...
After several years of sales decline, driven by pub closures as well as changing consumer behaviour, the Pub market entered positive turnover growth in 2015, and this is set to increase from 0.1% to 1.0% in 2016. Like-for-like sales are improving as worse-performing pubs close down. Managed, branded & franchised pubs are also claiming a higher share of the Pub market, with stronger sales per unit, driven by the growth of managed & branded operators as well as conversions of tenanted and leased pubs into managed formats.
More people visit pub restaurants than any other eating out channel. 85% of consumers claim to visit pub restaurants to eat and drink out, while only 79% visit the 2nd most popular channel, coffee shops/cafés.
Consumer spending has risen on pub visits, with average breakfast and dinner spend at their highest for the past two years, and lunch spend recovering, after a previous decrease, to reach its highest level for 15 months. Growth in average spend has occurred across the majority of eating out channels and, just as with the growth in visit frequency, the year-on-year increase in visit spending has been slower in pubs than in the total market at all day-parts.
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Leading restaurant and pub brand operators, catering and hospitality companies, educational institutions, major suppliers and distributors, financial investors and private equity firms.
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