Canadian Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Canada to 2016

Canadian Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Canada to 2016

Category : Food & Beverages
Published On : May  2012
Pages : 236



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Synopsis
“Canadian Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Canada to 2016” provides a top-level overview and detailed market, channel and company-specific insight into the operating environment for foodservice companies.
Scope
This report provides readers with unparalleled levels of detail and insight into the development of the foodservice sector within Canada. This report provides readers with in depth data on the valuation and development of both the Profit and Cost sectors in the Canadian foodservice market. This report provides details on the number of outlets, transactions, average price, foodservice sales, and sales per outlet and transactions per outlet perweek across nearly 50 sub-channels. This report provides highly granular future forecasts and historic market data to aid market and strategic planning. This report will help you to assess the impact of economic recession and recovery on foodservice market growth.
Summary
Why was the report written? This report is the result of Canadean’s extensive market and company research covering the Canadian foodservice industry. It provides detailed analysis of both historic and forecast foodservice industry values at channel level, analysis of the leading companies in the industry and Canada’s business environment and landscape. What is the current market landscape and what is changing? The foodservice industry in Canada declined considerably in 2009, but recovered at a fast pace in 2010 and 2011. The foodservice sector will have to deal with the emergence of a number of new trends, including rising health concern, growth of convenience food, growth of assorted and fusion cuisines, and value offers in order to generate customer traffic. What are the key drivers behind recent market changes? Canada’s foodservice sector has been driven by the changing spending pattern of consumer and a shift in consumer preferences towards healthy and convenience eating. During the economic downturn period, consumers’ spending patterns have changed, which has affected the dining out behavior of consumers. What makes this report unique and essential to read? “Canadian Foodservice: The Future of Foodservice in Canada to 2016” provides a top-level overview and detailed market, channel and company-specific insights into the operating environment for foodservice companies. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Canadian foodservice value chain, and for new companies considering entering the market.
Reasons To Buy
In spite of sluggish economic growth and a low rise in disposable income, the foodservice industry in Canada recorded positive growth in 2011. Furthermore, the Canadian foodservice industry is expected to record a positive CAGR during the forecast period, primarily due to rising disposable income leading to increased consumer expenditure in the Canada. Inflation in Canada increased to 1.96% in 2011, and expected to stand at 2.0% in 2016. The unemployment rate was 7.54% in 2011 compared to 7.88% in 2010 and total employments in 2011 increased to 16,964, 0.2% over the previous year. Furthermore, the decline in inflation and unemployment is expected to have a positive impact on consumer confidence and out of home food expenditure in the country. Demographic changes in the country are expected to increase the demand for nutritious and healthy food in the country. Canada has been experiencing an increase in the population aged above 65 years in the review period, and the trend is expected to continue in the forecast period. The increase in single person households has been one of the main drivers to increase the total number of households in the country. Also, the participation of women in the labor force has also been constantly increasing. Both of these trends tend to increase the consumption of out of home cooked food in the country. The obese population, as a percentage of the total population increased from 23.9% in 2006 to 25.3% in 2011. Increased obesity, diabetes, and healthcare expenditures have made people evaluate their eating habits. As a result, the trend towards adopting healthier lifestyle is accelerating in Canada.
1 Introduction
1.1 What is this Report About?
1.1.1 Definitions
1.1.2 This report provides 2011 actual sales, while forecasts are provided for 2012 – 2016.
1.2 Summary Methodology
2 Executive Summary
3 Canadian Foodservice – Market Attractiveness
3.1 Canadian Foodservice Market Size
3.2 Market Trends and Drivers
3.2.1 Canada Macro-Economic Fundamentals
3.2.2 Canadian Foodservice – Consumer Trends and Drivers
3.2.3 Canadian Foodservice – Technology Trends and Drivers
3.2.4 Canadian Foodservice – Operator Trends and Drivers
Menu trends 38
Format trends 44
3.3 Canadian Foodservice Market Forecasts
4 Canadian Foodservice – Market Dynamics and Structure
4.1 Profit Sector Analysis
4.1.1 Channel Share Analysis
4.1.2 Profit Sector Structure: Outlets
4.1.3 Profit Sector Demand: Transactions
4.2 Cost Sector Analysis
4.2.1 Channel Share Analysis
4.2.2 Cost Sector Structure: Outlets
4.2.3 Cost Sector Demand: Transactions
4.3 Regulatory Environment
4.3.1 Legal and Self-Regulation Developments
4.3.2 Key Regulations for Foodservice Sector
5 Canadian Foodservice – Profit Sector Analysis
5.1 Profit Sector Analysis: ACCOMMODATION
5.1.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Accommodation
5.1.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.1.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.1.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.2 Profit Sector Analysis: LEISURE
5.2.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Leisure
5.2.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.2.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.2.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.3 Profit Sector Analysis: PUBS, CLUBS AND BARS
5.3.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Pubs, Clubs and Bars
5.3.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.3.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.3.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.4 Profit Sector Analysis: RESTAURANTS
5.4.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Restaurants
5.4.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.4.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.4.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.5 Profit Sector Analysis: RETAIL
5.5.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Retail
5.5.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.5.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.5.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.6 Profit Sector Analysis: TRAVEL
5.6.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Travel
5.6.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.6.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.6.4 Key Channel Indicators
5.7 Profit Sector Analysis: WORKPLACE
5.7.1 Porter’s Five Force Analysis – Workplace
5.7.2 Channel Trend Analysis
5.7.3 Channel Size and Forecasts
5.7.4 Key Channel Indicators
6 Canadian Foodservice – Cost Sector Analysis
6.1 Cost Sector Analysis: Education
6.1.1 Channel trend analysis
6.1.2 Channel size and forecasts
6.1.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators
6.2 Cost Sector Analysis: Healthcare
6.2.1 Channel trend analysis
6.2.2 Channel size and forecasts
6.2.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators
6.3 Cost Sector Analysis: Military and Civil Defense
6.3.1 Channel trend analysis
6.3.2 Channel size and forecasts
6.3.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators
6.4 Cost Sector Analysis: Welfare and Services
6.4.1 Channel trend analysis
6.4.2 Channel size and forecasts
6.4.3 Trend analysis: key channel indicators
7 Canadian Foodservice – Competitive Landscape
7.1 Leading Financial Deals
7.2 Company Profile: Tim Hortons Inc.
7.2.1 Company Overview
7.2.2 Business Description
7.2.3 Tim Hortons Inc.: Major Products and Services
7.2.4 Tim Hortons Inc.: Analysis of Key Performance Indicators
7.2.5 Tim Hortons Inc.: M&A and Partnerships Strategy
7.2.6 Tim Hortons Inc.: Recent Developments
7.2.7 Tim Hortons Inc.: SWOT Analysis
7.3 Company Profile: McDonald’s Restaurants Of Canada Limited
7.3.1 Company Overview
7.3.2 McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada Limited: Major Products and Services
7.3.3 McDonald’s Restaurants Of Canada Limited: Recent Developments
7.4 Company Profile: Pizza Pizza Limited
7.4.1 Company Overview
7.4.2 Business Description
7.4.3 Pizza Pizza Limited: Major Products and Services
7.4.4 Pizza Pizza Limited: Recent Developments
7.4.5 SWOT Analysis
7.5 Company Profile: A&W Foodservices of Canada Inc.
7.5.1 Company Overview
7.5.2 Business Description
7.5.3 A&W Foodservices of Canada Inc.: Major Products and Services
7.5.4 A&W Foodservices of Canada Inc.: SWOT Analysis
7.6 Company Profile: Subway Franchise Systems of Canada, Ltd.
7.6.1 Company Overview
7.6.2 Subway Franchise Systems of Canada, Ltd.: Major Products and Services
7.7 Company Profile: Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.
7.7.1 Company Overview
7.7.2 Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.: Major Products and Services
7.8 Company Profile: Imperial Oil Limited
7.8.1 Company Overview
7.8.2 Imperial Oil Limited: Major Products and Services
7.9 Company Profile: Starbucks Coffee Canada, Inc.
7.9.1 Company Overview
7.9.2 Starbucks Coffee Canada, Inc.: Major Products and Services
7.9.3 Starbucks Coffee Canada, Inc.: Recent Developments
7.1 Company Profile: Petro-Canada
7.10.1 Company Overview
7.10.2 Petro-Canada: Major Products and Services
8 Business Landscape
8.1 Macro-Economic Environment
8.2 Consumer Trends
8.3 Technology Trends
9 Appendix
9.1 About Canadian
9.2 Disclaimer
List Of Table
Table 1: Canadian Exchange Rate CAD-US$ (Annual Average), 2006–2011
Table 2: Canadean Key Foodservice Definitions
Table 3: Canadean Profit Sector Definitions
Table 4: Canadean Cost Sector Definitions
Table 5: Canadian Foodservice: Sales by Sector, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 6: Canadian Foodservice: Sales by Sector, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 7: Canadian Foodservice: Sales by Channel, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 8: Canadian Foodservice: Sales by Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 9: Canadian Foodservice: Sales Forecasts by Sector, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 10: Canadian Foodservice: Sales Forecasts by Sector, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 11: Canadian Foodservice: Sales Forecast by Channel, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 12: Canadian Foodservice: Sales Forecast by Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 13: Canadian Profit Sector: Segmentation by Channel, (% Value), 2006–2016
Table 14: Canadian Profit Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2006–2011
Table 15: Canadian Profit Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2011–2016
Table 16: Canadian Profit Sector: Sales per Outlet by Channel, (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 17: Canadian Profit Sector: Sales per Outlet Forecast by Channel, (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 18: Canadian Profit Sector: Sales per Outlet by Channel, (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 19: Canadian Profit Sector :Sales per Outlet Forecast by Channel, (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 20: Canadian Profit Sector: Transactions by Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 21: Canadian Profit Sector: Profit Transactions by Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 22: Canadian Profit Sector: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Channel, 2006–2011
Table 23: Canadian Profit Sector: Transactions per Outlet per Week Forecast by Channel, 2011–2016
Table 24: Canadian Cost Sector :Segmentation by Channel, (% Value), 2006–2016
Table 25: Canadian Cost Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2006–2011
Table 26: Canadian Cost Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2011–2016
Table 27: Canadian Cost Sector: Sales per Outlet by Channel, (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 28: Canadian Cost Sector: Sales per Outlet Forecast by Channel, (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 29: Canadian Cost Sector: Sales per Outlet by Channel, (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 30: Canadian Cost Sector: Sales per Outlet Forecast by Channel, (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 31: Canadian Cost Sector: Transactions by Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 32: Canadian Cost Sector: Cost Transactions by Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 33: Canadian Cost Sector :Transactions per Outlet per Week by Channel, 2006–2011
Table 34: Canadian Cost Sector: Transactions per Outlet per Week Forecast by Channel, 2011–2016
Table 35: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 36: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 37: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 38: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 39: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 40: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 41: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 42: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 43: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 44: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 45: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 46: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 47: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 48: Canadian Accommodation: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 49: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 50: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 51: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 52: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 53: Canadian Leisure Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 54: Canadian Leisure Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 55: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 56: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 57: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 58: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 59: Canadian Leisure Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 60: Canadian Leisure Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 61: Canadian Leisure Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 62: Canadian Leisure: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 63: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 64: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 65: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 66: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 67: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 68: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 69: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 70: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 71: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 72: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 73: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 74: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 75: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel,2006–2016
Table 76: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 77: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 78: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 79: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 80: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 81: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 82: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 83: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 84: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 85: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 86: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 87: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 88: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 89: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 90: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 91: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 92: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 93: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 94: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 95: Canadian Retail Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 96: Canadian Retail Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 97: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 98: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 99: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 100: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 101: Canadian Retail Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 102: Canadian Retail Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 103: Canadian Retail Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 104: Canadian Retail Channel: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 105: Canadian Travel Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 106: Canadian Travel Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 107: Canadian Travel Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 108: Canadian Travel Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 109: Canadian Travel Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 110: Canadian Travel Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 111: Canadian Travel: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 112: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 113: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel, (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 114: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 115: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel, (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 116: Canadian Workplace Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 117: Canadian Workplace Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 118: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 119: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 120: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 121: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 122: Canadian Workplace Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 123: Canadian Workplace Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 124: Canadian Workplace Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 125: Canadian Workplace: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 126: Canadian Education Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 127: Canadian Education Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 128: Canadian Education Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 129: Canadian Education Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 130: Canadian Education Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 131: Canadian Education Channel: Outlet Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 132: Canadian Education Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 133: Canadian Education Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 134: Canadian Education Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 135: Canadian Education Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 136: Canadian Education Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 137: Canadian Education Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 138: Canadian Education Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 139: Canadian Education Channel: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 140: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 141: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 142: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 143: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 144: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 145: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 146: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 147: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 148: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 149: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 150: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 151: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 152: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 153: Canadian Healthcare: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 154: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 155: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 156: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 157: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 158: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 159: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Outlets Forecast by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 160: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 161: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 162: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 163: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 164: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 165: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Transactions Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 166: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 167: Canadian Military and Civil Defense: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 168: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2011
Table 169: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales Forecast by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2011–2016
Table 170: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2006–2011
Table 171: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales Forecasts by Sub-Channel (US$ Million), 2011–2016
Table 172: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel, 2006–2011
Table 173: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Outlets Forecasts by Sub-Channel, 2011–2016
Table 174: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 175: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2006–2011
Table 176: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (CAD Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 177: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales per Outlet by Sub-Channel (US$ Thousand), 2011–2016
Table 178: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (Million), 2006–2011
Table 179: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Transaction Forecasts by Sub-Channel (Million), 2011–2016
Table 180: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Transactions per Outlet per Week by Sub-Channel, 2006–2016
Table 181: Canadian Welfare and Services: Average Transaction Price by Sub-Channel (CAD), 2006–2016
Table 182: Canada Leading Financial Deals: Recent Foodservice Acquisitions
Table 183: Tim Hortons Inc.: Main Products and Services
Table 184: Tim Hortons Inc.: Key Ratios – Annual
Table 185: Tim Hortons Inc.: Key Ratios – Interim
Table 186: Tim Hortons Inc.: Key Capital Market Indicators
Table 187: Tim Hortons Inc.: Tim Hortons forms partnership with Apparel Group
Table 188: Tim Hortons Inc.: Tim Hortons partners with Imperial Oil
Table 189: Tim Hortons Inc.: Tim Hortons partners with Kahala
Table 190: Tim Hortons Inc.: Recent Developments
Table 191: McDonald’s Restaurants Of Canada Limited: Main Products and Services
Table 192: McDonald's Restaurants Of Canada Limited: Recent Developments
Table 193: Pizza Pizza Limited: Main Products and Services
Table 194: Pizza Pizza Limited: Recent Developments
Table 195: A&W Foodservices of Canada Inc.: Main Products and Services
Table 196: Subway Franchise Systems of Canada, Ltd.: Main Products and Services
Table 197: Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc.: Main Products and Services
Table 198: Imperial Oil Limited: Main Products and Services
Table 199: Starbucks Coffee Canada, Inc.: Main Products and Services
Table 200: Starbucks Coffee Canada, Inc.: Recent Developments
Table 201: Petro-Canada: Main Products and Services

List Of Figures
Figure 1: Canadian Foodservice: Sales by Channel, (%), 2011
Figure 2: Canadian Foodservice: Sales by Sector, (%), 2006 vs. 2011
Figure 3: Canada Macroeconomic Foodservice Trend – Major International Events held in Canada in 2010
Figure 4: Canada Consumer Trends & Drivers – British Columbia’s School Fruit & Vegetable Nutritional Program
Figure 5: Canada Macroeconomic Foodservice Trend – Major Events held in Canada in 2010
Figure 6: Canada Macroeconomic Foodservice Trend – Wild rice in Canada providing blend of East and West
Figure 7: Canada Technology Foodservice Trend – GrubCanada, an Online Food Ordering Service Website
Figure 8: Canada Technology Foodservice Trend - Nutrition App and Restaurant Finder Apps for iPhone by McDonald, Canada
Figure 9: Canada Technology Foodservice Trend – iPhone Apps, Sodium 101, A Sodium Content Calculator
Figure 10: Canada Technology Foodservice Trend - Casey’s Grill Using QR Code Menu with Nutritional and Allergen Information
Figure 11: Canada Technology Foodservice Trend - Sodexo using Social Media
Figure 12: Canada Technology Foodservice Trend - PayPass™ Contactless Payment Technology by McDonald’s
Figure 13: Canada Operators Foodservice Trend – Mexican and Indian Restaurant in Canada
Figure 14: Canada Operators Foodservice Trend - Boston Pizza Launched Gluten-Free Pizza and Thin Crust
Figure 15: Canada Operators Foodservice Trend - Camros Organic Eatery providing Organic Food
Figure 16: Canada Operator Foodservice Trend – Operators’ Offering Discount Coupons to attract Customers
Figure 17: Canada Operator Foodservice Trend – Wimpy’s Homestyle Breakfast
Figure 18: Canada Operator Foodservice Trend - Boston Pizza’s Healthy Lunch Menu for School Children
Figure 19: Canada Operator Foodservice Trend - Organic Lives Organic Food Items
Figure 20: Canadian Foodservice: Market Dynamics by Channel, 2006–2016
Figure 21: Canadian Profit Sector: Market Dynamics, by Channel, 2006–2016
Figure 22: Canadian Profit Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2006–2016
Figure 23: Canadian Profit Sector: Transactions by Channel, 2006–2016
Figure 24: Canadian Cost Sector: Market Dynamics, by Channel, 2006–2016
Figure 25: Canadian Cost Sector: Outlets by Channel, 2006–2016
Figure 26: Canadian Cost Sector: Transactions by Channel, 2006–2016
Figure 27: Canada Regulatory Environment – Sodium Reduction Strategy for Canada by Health Canada Sodium Working Group
Figure 28: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Five Forces Analysis
Figure 29: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 30: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 31: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 32: Canadian Accommodation Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 33: Canadian Leisure Channel: Five Forces Analysis
Figure 34: Canadian Leisure Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 35: Canadian Leisure Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 36: Canadian Leisure Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 37: Canadian Leisure Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 38: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Foodservices Channel: Five Forces Analysis
Figure 39: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 40: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 41: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 42: Canadian Pubs, Clubs and Bars Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 43: Canadian Restaurant Channel: Five Forces Analysis
Figure 44: Canadian Restaurant Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 45: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 46: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 47: Canadian Restaurants Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 48: Canadian Retail Channel: Five Forces Analysis
Figure 49: Canadian Retail Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 50: Canadian Retail Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 51: Canadian Retail Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 52: Canadian Retail Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 53: Canadian Travel Channel: Five Forces Analysis
Figure 54: Canadian Travel Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 55: Canadian Travel Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 56: Canadian Travel Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 57: Canadian Workplace Channel: Five Forces Analysis
Figure 58: Canadian Workplace Channel: Market Dynamics, by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 59: Canadian Workplace Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 60: Canadian Workplace Channel: Outlets by Sub-channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 61: Canadian Workplace Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 62: Canadian Education Channel: Market Dynamics by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 63: Canadian Education Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 64: Canadian Education Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 65: Canadian Education Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 66: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Market Dynamics by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 67: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 68: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 69: Canadian Healthcare Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 70: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Market Dynamics by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 71: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 72: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 73: Canadian Military and Civil Defense Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 74: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Market Dynamics by Sub-Channel (CAD Million), 2006–2016
Figure 75: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Sales by Sub-Channel (% Sales), 2006–2016
Figure 76: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Outlets by Sub-Channel (% Outlets), 2006–2016
Figure 77: Canadian Welfare and Services Channel: Transactions by Sub-Channel (% Transactions), 2006–2016
Figure 78: Canada FDI Inflows by Sector (US$ Billion), 2003–2009
Figure 79: Canada GDP Value at Constant Prices (US$ billion), 2006–2016
Figure 80: Canada GDP Per Capita at Constant Prices (US$), 2006–2016
Figure 81: Canada GDP Split by Key Segments (% of GDP), 2011
Figure 82: Canada Inflation (%), 2006–2016
Figure 83: Canada Net Debt as Percentage of GDP (%), 2006–2011
Figure 84: Total Labor Force in Canada (in 15–59 Age Group, Million), 2006–2016
Figure 85: Canada Female Labor Force, 2006–2016
Figure 86: Canada's Rate of Unemployment 2006–2016
Figure 87: Canada Population Distribution by Age (%), 2006–2016
Figure 88: Canada’s Life Expectancy at Birth (Years) 2006–2016
Figure 89: Canada Net Immigration, 2001–2010
Figure 90: Canada Urban and Rural Population (%), 2006–2016
Figure 91: Number of Households in Canada, 2006–2016
Figure 92: Marriages in Canada, 2006–2016
Figure 93: Canadian Annual Per Capita Disposable Income (US$), 2006–2016
Figure 94: Obese Population as a Percentage of the Total Canadian Population, 2006–2016
Figure 95: Canada Calorie Supply per Capita, 2006–2016
Figure 96: Canada Calorie Supply Per Capita from Animal Products, 2006–2016
Figure 97: Healthcare Expenditure as a Percentage of Canadian GDP (%), 2006–2016
Figure 98: Canada Internet Subscribers (Thousand), 2006–2016
Figure 99: Canada Broadband Internet Subscribers (Thousand), 2006–2016
Figure 100: Canada Personal Computer Usage (per 100 people), 2006–2016
Figure 101: Canada Mobile Phone Penetration (%), 2006–2016

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