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中國的速食市場

Fast Food - China - May 2014

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中國的速食市場 Fast Food - China - May 2014
出版日期: 2014年05月01日 內容資訊: 英文 256 Pages
簡介

中國國內的速食餐廳已超越全方位服務的餐廳,顯示出成長的展望。

本報告提供中國的速食市場調查分析,彙整市場規模與預測,市場區隔,技術創新,提供著企業和品牌,消費者趨勢等相關的系統性資訊。

第1章 簡介

第2章 摘要整理

第3章 問題點和考察

  • 共通的特徵
  • 重要的課題
  • 健康性的有機食材
  • 環保行銷
  • 對象方法

第4章 用途趨勢

  • 趨勢

第5章 市場規模與預測

  • 要點
  • 中國的速食市場
  • 成長繼續
  • 推動市場要素
  • 地方·都市區的家庭所得增加
  • 永續性成長
  • 專利權模式和競爭加劇
  • 成長的課題
  • 新的食品安全標準與檢查
  • 中國食品成本上升

第6章 市場區隔

  • 要點
  • 使用目的別
  • 口味別
  • 市場不完全

第7章 技術創新

  • 要點
  • 環保比薩店
  • American Sweet Green
  • Pizza Hut
  • Aldi Lunchbox
  • 德國的食品店

第8章 企業和品牌

  • 要點
  • 西洋風格還是主流
  • Yum! Brands
  • KFC
  • Pizza Hut
  • East Dawning
  • McDonald's
  • Hua Lai Shi Catering Management and Service Co., Ltd.
  • Shanghai Shihao Catering Co., Ltd.
  • Ting Hsin International Group
  • Dicos
  • Master Kong Chef's Table
  • Zhen Kungfu Catering Co., Ltd.
  • Jollibee Group

第9章 消費者:速食的利用

  • 要點
  • 中國風的速食
  • 對象消費者分析
  • 消費者的轉移
  • 主要的分析

第10章 消費者:吃速食的理由

  • 要點
  • 忙碌的現代生活
  • 對象消費者分析
  • 主要的分析

第11章 消費者:對速食餐廳的產品之興趣與服務的技術創新

  • 要點
  • 有機食材和均衡的營養
  • 對象消費者分析
  • 主要的分析

第12章 消費者:吃速食的機會

  • 要點
  • 作為日常飲食
  • 對象消費者分析
  • 主要的分析

第13章 影響消費者:選擇速食的要素

  • 要點
  • 口碑
  • 對象消費者分析
  • 主要的分析

第14章 消費者:速食的想法方面

  • 要點
  • 中國的速食
  • 對象消費者分析
  • 主要的分析

第15章 CHAID分析

第16章∼第22章 附錄

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目錄

“Domestic fast food restaurants have outperformed fullservice restaurants, indicating a confident outlook for growth in China. Currently, fast food eaters are anxious about the ongoing environmental crisis, which has catalysed fast food outlets' transformation into healthy dining stores. Marketing communication tools are the key shapers in driving healthy eating within Chinese society.” - Esther Lau, Research Analyst.

This report looks at the following areas:

  • What are the key drivers and challenges in the Chinese fast food market?
  • What are the common traits of the evolving fast food eaters?
  • How can brands customise different daily menus for women and men?
  • How can fast food brands use the eco-friendly concept as a marketing differentiator to create a competitive advantage?
  • How can brands utilise digital channels more effectively?
  • How can brands reach second and third-tier consumers more effectively?

Definition

This report covers fast food and takeaway restaurants which have a restricted or set menu, limited seating and offer takeaways which account for a significant proportion of turnover. It can include pizzerias, grills & hot dog bars, US-style outlets, food bars, street stalls/kiosks, self-service outlets, takeaway-only outlets and fish and chip shops. Market value is based on expenditure including sales tax in these outlets; market volume is based on numbers of outlets.

Inclusions

Fast food usually has a restricted or set menu; offers takeaway which accounts for a significant proportion of turnover and has limited seating. Full-service restaurants generally have large menus which are changed frequently and have waiter/waitress service.

Exclusions

Coffee houses/shops and other outlets where food sales account for only a small proportion of turnover, vending machines, canteens in institutions (schools, hospitals etc.) and workplaces, bakers, sandwich shops, bagel and doughnut shops.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction

  • In this report we answer the key questions:
  • Definition
  • Inclusions
  • Exclusions
  • Methodology
  • Abbreviations

2. Executive Summary

  • The market
    • Figure 1: Total China fast food and takeaway market, by value sales, 2008-18
    • Figure 2: Total China fast food and takeaway market, by market volume, 2008-18
  • Companies and brands
    • Figure 3: Leading chains in the Chinese fast food and takeaway market, by market volume (outlets), 2012-13
  • The consumer
  • Chinese-style fast food: Winner in the domestic market
    • Figure 4: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Busy modern life drives fast food's popularity
    • Figure 5: Reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Organic ingredient and balanced nutrition top consumers' interests
    • Figure 6: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, February 2014
  • Eating fast food as a main daily meal is the mainstream
    • Figure 7: Occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Word-of-mouth guides fast food customers' eating decisions
    • Figure 8: Factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, February 2014
  • Chinese fast food is the main stronghold for the health-conscious segment
    • Figure 9: Attitudes towards fast food, February 2014
  • Key issues
  • Chinese fast food market overview
  • Tailored meal is the new fashion
  • Eco-friendly brand endorsement as key marketing communication
  • Tapping the power of rising digital channels
  • What we think

3. Issues and Insights

  • What are the common traits of Chinese fast food eaters?
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • What are the key challenges that fast food players are faced with in China?
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • Scope to boost the appeal of fast food by harnessing connotations of healthy, organic ingredients
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • Eco-friendly marketing can re-energise the fast food brand image
  • The facts
  • The implications
  • How to target second and third-tier fast food eaters?
  • The facts
  • The implications

4. Trend Application

  • Trend: Make it Mine
  • Trend: Moral Brands
  • Trend: Access All Areas

5. Market Size and Forecast

  • Key points
  • Chinese fast food market
    • Figure 10: China fast food and takeaway market, value sales and outlets, 2008-18
  • Growth is expected to continue
    • Figure 11: Total China fast food and takeaway market, by value sales, 2008-18
    • Figure 12: Total China fast food and takeaway market, by market volume, 2008-18
  • Market drivers
  • Rural and urban household income increased
    • Figure 13: Annual growth in rural and urban household income, china, 2009-13
  • Sustainable growth in urbanisation and employment and the importance of the health-conscious
  • Franchise model and intense competition
  • Growth challenges
  • New food safety standards and inspections
  • Rising cost for China foods

6. Market Segmentation

  • Key points
  • By purpose of usage
  • By taste
  • China's fast food market is fragmented
    • Figure 14: Volume and value of china fast food market, by segment, 2008-13

7. Who's Innovating?

  • Key points
  • Eco pizza outlets execute ‘green' measurement in Beijing
  • American Sweet Green enjoy social well-being
  • Pizza Hut interactive touchscreen to boost in-store experience
  • Aldi Lunchbox initiatives
  • Dutch grocer abandons traditional aisle format

8. Companies and Brands

  • Key points
  • Western-style fast food still takes the lead
    • Figure 15: leading companies in the Chinese fast food and takeaway market, by market volume (outlets), 2011-13
  • Yum! Brands
  • KFC
  • Pizza Hut
  • East Dawning
  • McDonald's
  • Hua Lai Shi Catering Management and Service Co., Ltd.
  • Shanghai Shihao Catering Co., Ltd.
  • Ting Hsin International Group
  • Dicos
  • Master Kong Chef's Table
  • Zhen Kungfu Catering Co., Ltd.
  • Jollibee Group

9. The Consumer - Usage of Fast Food

  • Key points
  • Chinese-style fast food: Winner in the domestic market
    • Figure 16: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Target consumer analysis
    • Figure 17: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - Foreign fast food, by demographics, February 2014
  • Consumers shift their focus upon fast food outlets instead of full-service restaurants
  • Key analysis: The common characteristic of domestic fast food outlets: bigger chains and smaller specialised outlets

10. The Consumer - Reasons for Eating Fast Food

  • Key points
  • Busy modern life drives fast food's popularity
    • Figure 18: Reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Target consumer analysis
    • Figure 19: Most popular reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by demographics, February 2014
  • Key analysis: Attract mothers through nutritious meals for kids in second and third-tier cities
    • Figure 20: Agreement with the statement “as a treat for kids”, by tier, February 2014

11. The Consumer - Interest in Product and Service Innovations of Fast Food Restaurants

  • Key points
  • Organic ingredients and balanced nutrition top consumers' interests
    • Figure 21: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, February 2014
  • Target consumer analysis
    • Figure 22: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Using more organic/pollution-free ingredients, by gender and age, February 2014
    • Figure 23: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More Chinese-style food made with traditional cooking methods & International dishes, by monthly personal incomes, February 2014
  • Key analysis: Personalisation through ‘mix and match'

12. The Consumer - Occasions for Eating Fast Food

  • Key points
  • Eating fast food as a main daily meal is the mainstream
    • Figure 24: Occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Target consumer analysis
    • Figure 25: Most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, by demographics, February 2014
  • Key analysis: Workdays verse weekends - In-depth analysis
    • Figure 26: Occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, during workdays, by fast food usage, several times a week, February 2014
    • Figure 27: Occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, during weekends, by fast food usage, several times a week, February 2014
  • Key analysis: Smaller portion meals for ladies
    • Figure 28: Occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, for afternoon tea and light snack in-between meals, by gender and age, February 2014
    • Figure 29: Agreement with the statement “to try new fast food options (eg new launched chicken wings in kfc)”, by occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months , February 2014
  • Key analysis: The ‘premium' Chinese-style dinner for men is where the future lies
    • Figure 30: Agreement with the statement “not convenient to cook at home (eg no kitchen in rented property”, by gender and age, February 2014
    • Figure 31: Agreement with the statement “dishes with more balanced nutrition (eg the calorie/fibre/protein/salt are in line with the daily intake standard”, by gender and age, February 2014
    • Figure 32: Agreement with the statement “i prefer the taste of chinese fast food compared to foreign fast food”, by gender and age, February 2014

13. The Consumer - Factors Influencing Fast Food Choices

  • Key points
  • Word-of-mouth guides fast food customers' eating decisions
    • Figure 33: Factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, February 2014
  • Target consumer analysis
    • Figure 34: Most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 1, by demographics, February 2014
    • Figure 35: Factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, by fast food usage, several times a week, February 2014
  • Key analysis: Promote nutritional information through online platforms
  • Key analysis: A scope to use QR codes to embrace in-store innovation
    • Figure 36: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More digital order channels, by monthly household incomes , February 2014

14. The Consumer - Attitudes towards Fast Food

  • Key points
  • Chinese fast food is the main stronghold for the health-conscious segment
    • Figure 37: Attitudes towards fast food, February 2014
  • Target consumer analysis
    • Figure 38: Most popular attitudes towards fast food, by demographics, February 2014
  • Key analysis: Opportunities for foreign fast food brands
    • Figure 39: Other attitudes towards fast food - i switch between chinese fast food and foreign fast food from time to time, by monthly household incomes, February 2014

15. CHAID Analysis

  • Methodology
  • Organic fast food soars among rich Chinese women
    • Figure 40: Fast Food - CHAID - Tree output, [may] 2014
    • Figure 41: Fast Food - CHAID - Table output, [May] 2014

16. Appendix - The Consumer - Usage of Fast Food

  • Figure 42: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Figure 43: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - Chinese fast food, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 44: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - Foreign fast food, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 45: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - Fast food from street stalls, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 46: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, February 2014
  • Figure 47: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, February 2014
  • Figure 48: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, February 2014
  • Figure 49: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, February 2014
  • Figure 50: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by most popular reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Figure 51: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by next most popular reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Figure 52: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 1, February 2014
  • Figure 53: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 1, February 2014
  • Figure 54: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 2, February 2014
  • Figure 55: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 2, February 2014
  • Figure 56: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, February 2014
  • Figure 57: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, February 2014
  • Figure 58: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - A separated dessert counter in-store, February 2014
  • Figure 59: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Extended opening hours, February 2014
  • Figure 60: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - A wider variety for beverages, February 2014
  • Figure 61: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Adding Chinese traditional herbs/tonic herbs to the dishes, February 2014
  • Figure 62: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Using more organic/pollution-free ingredients, February 2014
  • Figure 63: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Dishes with more balanced nutrition, February 2014
  • Figure 64: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Fusion dishes combining Chinese and international cuisines, February 2014
  • Figure 65: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - International dishes, February 2014
  • Figure 66: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Specialty dishes from different regions in China, February 2014
  • Figure 67: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More Chinese-style food made with traditional cooking methods, February 2014
  • Figure 68: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More digital order channels, February 2014
  • Figure 69: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More flexible payment approaches, February 2014
  • Figure 70: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by most popular attitudes towards fast food, February 2014
  • Figure 71: Fast food usage (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by next most popular attitudes towards fast food, February 2014
  • Figure 72: Occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Figure 73: Most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 74: Next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 75: Most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 76: Next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 77: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, by most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, February 2014
  • Figure 78: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, by next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, February 2014
  • Figure 79: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, by most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, February 2014
  • Figure 80: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, by next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, February 2014
  • Figure 81: Reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Figure 82: Most popular reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 83: Next most popular reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 84: Other reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by demographics, February 2014

17. Appendix - The Consumer - Attitudes towards Fast Food

  • Figure 85: Factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, February 2014
  • Figure 86: Most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 1, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 87: Next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 1, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 88: Other factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 89: Most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 2, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 90: Next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 2, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 91: Other factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 2, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 92: Most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 3, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 93: Next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 3, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 94: Other factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 3, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 95: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, February 2014
  • Figure 96: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - A separated dessert counter in-store, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 97: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Extended opening hours, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 98: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - A wider variety for beverages, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 99: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Adding Chinese traditional herbs/tonic herbs to the dishes, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 100: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Using more organic/pollution-free ingredients, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 101: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Dishes with more balanced nutrition, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 102: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Fusion dishes combining Chinese and international cuisines, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 103: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - International dishes, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 104: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Specialty dishes from different regions in China, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 105: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More Chinese-style food made with traditional cooking methods, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 106: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More digital order channels, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 107: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More flexible payment approaches, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 108: Attitudes towards fast food, February 2014
  • Figure 109: Most popular attitudes towards fast food, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 110: Next most popular attitudes towards fast food, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 111: Other attitudes towards fast food, by demographics, February 2014

18. Appendix - The Consumer - Occasions for Eating Fast Food

  • Figure 112: Occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Figure 113: Most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 114: Next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 115: Most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 116: Next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 117: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, by most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, February 2014
  • Figure 118: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, by next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - During workdays, February 2014
  • Figure 119: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, by most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, February 2014
  • Figure 120: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, by next most popular occasions for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months - On weekends, February 2014

19. Appendix - The Consumer - Reasons for Eating Fast Food

  • Figure 121: Reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, February 2014
  • Figure 122: Most popular reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 123: Next most popular reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 124: Other reasons for eating fast food (including eating in and takeaway) in the last six months, by demographics, February 2014

20. Appendix - The Consumer - Factors influencing Fast Food Choices

  • Figure 125: Factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, February 2014
  • Figure 126: Most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 1, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 127: Next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 1, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 128: Other factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 129: Most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 2, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 130: Next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 2, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 131: Other factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 2, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 132: Most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 3, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 133: Next most popular factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 3, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 134: Other factors influencing fast food outlet/restaurant choice - Rank 3, by demographics, February 2014

21. Appendix - The Consumer - Interest in Product and Service Innovations of Fast Food Restaurants

  • Figure 135: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants, February 2014
  • Figure 136: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - A separated dessert counter in-store, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 137: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Extended opening hours, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 138: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - A wider variety for beverages, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 139: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Adding Chinese traditional herbs/tonic herbs to the dishes, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 140: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Using more organic/pollution-free ingredients, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 141: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Dishes with more balanced nutrition, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 142: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Fusion dishes combining Chinese and international cuisines, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 143: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - International dishes, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 144: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - Specialty dishes from different regions in China, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 145: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More Chinese-style food made with traditional cooking methods, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 146: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More digital order channels, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 147: Levels of interest in product innovation/value-added services in fast food restaurants - More flexible payment approaches, by demographics, February 2014

22. Appendix - The Consumer - Attitudes towards Fast Food

  • Figure 148: Attitudes towards fast food, February 2014
  • Figure 149: Most popular attitudes towards fast food, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 150: Next most popular attitudes towards fast food, by demographics, February 2014
  • Figure 151: Other attitudes towards fast food, by demographics, February 2014
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