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美國的披薩市場:食品服務部門及零售部門

Pizza Market in the U.S.: Foodservice and Retail, 2nd Edition

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美國的披薩市場:食品服務部門及零售部門 Pizza Market in the U.S.: Foodservice and Retail, 2nd Edition
出版日期: 2015年01月08日 內容資訊: 英文 176 Pages
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隨著競爭激烈,披薩的零售業者及餐廳慢慢提高品質。零售業者摸索著留住轉移到餐廳用餐的消費者,提供與健康趨勢相配的選項之道。另一方面,披薩餐廳,在「快速休閒」營業情況改變速食產業樣貌之下,摸索著與其他餐廳競爭的對應方策

本報告提供美國的零售及食品服務部門的披薩的市場相關調查、餐廳的銷售額及零售銷售情況、頂級品牌及頂級連鎖及其佔有率、主要的銷售/採購途徑、各人口組成種類的披薩的購買、消費趨勢及愛好分析、消費者的健康和保健的意識擴大與其影響、領導品牌及主要餐廳分析等彙整資料。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 市場規模、市場區隔

  • 市場規模與預測 摘要
  • 披薩零售銷售額
  • 食品雜貨店途徑的優勢
  • IRI為基礎的多途徑零售市場
  • 順利的自有品牌
  • 冷凍披薩的銷售額
  • 領先經銷商:銷售額集中在前3名
  • Nestle的銷售額減少對市場的影響:順利的小規模品牌
  • 領先品牌
  • 成長領先品牌:與餐廳的關係和健康的地位
  • 冷凍披薩
  • 披薩、披薩組:順利的自有品牌
  • 披薩皮、麵糰:自有品牌的進出
  • 披薩餐廳的銷售額
  • 前4名連鎖店佔銷售額的40%、其他

第3章 披薩的利用途徑的分佈

  • 摘要分析
  • 披薩利用途徑的分佈
  • 簡介
  • 餐廳的外帶
  • 披薩的購買
  • 由餐廳的外送及外帶最多
  • 人口統計分析
  • 女性在家製作披薩,男性利用食品服務的趨勢
  • 青年成人層:最常利用披薩外送或RTE零售披薩、其他

第4章 食品消費的轉變趨勢:披薩的地位

  • 摘要分析
  • 披薩的地位
  • 簡介
  • 食品服務及零售環境的披薩
  • 由從冷凍披薩轉向更健康選項的趨勢
  • 對冷凍披薩產業的訊息
  • 冷凍披薩的消費趨勢:各人口結構
  • 青年成人層仍是主要消費者
  • 充足女性披薩消費者的需求、其他

第5章 菜單中的披薩

  • 摘要分析
  • 在餐廳的披薩、菜單定購
  • 披薩的關注
  • 菜單的內容
  • 孩童菜單的披薩
  • 一分為二的披薩
  • 各人口結構分析
  • 男性選擇其他的正餐主菜的趨勢
  • 25-34歲層菜單的多樣性很重要
  • 亞洲人層:未開發的人口層、其他

第6章 零售的披薩

  • 摘要分析
  • 選擇冷凍披薩的影響因素
  • 家庭中的披薩和披薩品牌的轉變
  • 新產品
  • 各人口結構分析
  • 老年人尋求口味
  • 富裕等級關注低價格、廉售品
  • 亞洲人層:尋求自然、非加工材料
  • 家庭中披薩的利用
  • 健康披薩等

第7章 零售披薩的製造商、品牌分析

  • Nestle USA, Inc.
    • 主要Nestle S.A.品牌
    • DiGiorno
    • Jack's
    • Tombstone
    • California Pizza Kitchen
    • Stouffer
    • Lean Cuisine
  • The Schwan Food Company
    • Red Baron
    • Tony's
    • Freschetta
  • General Mills
    • Totino's

第8章 披薩餐廳連鎖分析

  • 披薩&餐廳的屬性排行榜
  • California Pizza Kitchen
  • Domino's Pizza
  • Little Caesars Pizza
  • Papa John's
  • Pizza Hut
    • 企業概要
    • 品牌策略
    • 菜單的革新
    • 技術的革新
    • 來客者數趨勢等

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目錄
Product Code: LA4875607

As competition intensifies, retail pizza marketers and pizza restaurants are ratcheting up the quality bar. Retail pizza marketers seek to keep consumers from migrating to restaurant fare and to offer them more options aligning with health and wellness trends. Pizza restaurants seek to address competition from the broader restaurant market, as fast casualization alters the fast food landscape.

During 2010-2014, the percentage of households eating frozen pizza has dropped among demographics that have been this category's historical base. However, players are working hard to improve pizza nutritional profiles to create a healthy halo for their products and are innovating via restaurant positioning to raise the quality bar. And overall, the incidence of pizza on restaurant menus has declined slightly since 2010. But restaurants are countering with flatbread innovation, reimaging and, in some cases, a torrent of limited-time offers to motivate usage and trial.

Pizza Market in the U.S.: Foodservice and Retail, 2nd Edition gives industry participants a wealth of insights and information to help them navigate this industry. The report does the following:

  • Places pizza consumption trends within the context of other food trends: via proprietary consumer survey analysis, we place frozen pizza consumption trends within the context of 13 other foods and food types, ranging from fresh fruits and vegetables to processed foods to all-natural proteins. This allows us to assess the interplay between frozen pizza consumption trends (eating more or less of it) within the context of other foods and food types.
  • Assesses pizza menu trends and innovation: via proprietary survey analysis, we analyze consumers' usage of pizza restaurants and their menu item ordering decisions; the types of restaurants from which consumers get pizza; and consumer interest in pizza from within the context of 24 other cuisine types, according to whether the restaurant is quick-service or full-service and whether it specializes in pizza. Via trended menu analysis, we assess the prevalence of pizza restaurants by restaurant type (i.e. quick-service, family, casual, fine dining), as well as menu penetration of top pizza proteins, vegetables and sauces by restaurant type; and the degree pizza is featured on kids' menus. We also explore menu themes related to health and convenience.
  • Assesses retail pizza choice influencers, trends household pizza and pizza brand use over time, and discusses new product innovation related to foodservice brands at retail and healthy/lifestyle diet pizza.
  • Analyses pizza usage channel distribution, identifying consumer usage penetration and preferences among eight pizza procurement sources/types: Restaurant delivery, restaurant pick up; restaurant dine-in; “uncooked” from food retail; pizza made at home from scratch or kit/mix; “uncooked” from restaurant; “ready-to-eat” from food retail; and frozen pizza.
  • Presents and discusses frozen pizza sales and product trends among Nestle, Schwan's and General Mills. We include IRI brand sales data analysis and trended consumer brand usage analysis.
  • Analyzes six leading pizza restaurant chains: California Pizza Kitchen, Domino's Pizza, Little Caesars Pizza, Papa John's and Pizza Hut. Analysis includes menu, promotion, technology, guest traffic, and other demographic trends; and selected sales information. We also assess consumer rankings of pizza & restaurant attributes.
  • Sizes and segments the market, providing an all-channel market size and forecast for retail pizza sales, with 2014 sales segmented by nine distribution channels; and a market size and forecast for pizza restaurants, segmented by type.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive Summary

  • Report Scope
  • Report summary
  • Market size and segmentation
  • Introduction
  • On the retail side
  • IRI-based multi-channel retail market segmentation
  • On the restaurant side
  • Pizza usage channel distribution
  • Procurement methods used and used most
  • Demographic analysis
  • Placing pizza consumption trends in context
  • A downward trend
  • Demographic analysis
  • Pizza on the menu
  • Pizza restaurant usage & menu ordering
  • Usage of restaurant pizza specialists vs. non-pizza specialists
  • Interest in pizza within context of other cuisines
  • What's on the menu
  • Pizza on the kids' menu
  • The dichotomy of pizza
  • Pizza at retail
  • Frozen pizza choice influencers
  • Household pizza and pizza brand use over time
  • Retail new product innovation
  • Retail pizza manufacturer & brand analysis
  • Nestlé USA, Inc
  • The Schwan Food Company
  • General Mills
  • Restaurant pizza chain analysis
  • Pizza & restaurant attribute rankings
  • California Pizza Kitchen
  • Domino's Pizza
  • Little Caesars Pizza
  • Papa John's
  • Pizza Hut

Chapter 2: Market Size and Segmentation

  • Market size and forecast summary
  • Pizza sales at retail
  • Table 2-1: All-Channel Retail Frozen & Refrigerated Pizza Market Size, 2013-2017
  • Grocery channel dominates
  • Graph 2-1: All-Channel Retail Frozen Pizza Market Size, by Distribution Channel, 2014
  • IRI-based multi-channel retail market segmentation
  • Table 2-2: Retail Pizza Sales and Share, by Segment, 2013-2014
  • Private label rolls forward
  • Table 2-3: Retail Pizza Sales and Share, by Segment: Total Sales, Private Label Sales & Sales Share, 2013-2014
  • Frozen pizza sales
  • Top marketers: sales highly concentrated among three players
  • Graph 2-2: Top 15 Frozen Pizza Marketers, 2014
  • Nestlé sales decline affects market; smaller brands perform well
  • Table 2-4: Top 15 Frozen Pizza Marketers, 2013-2014
  • Top brands a mixed bag: Nestlé brands pressured; Schwan bats 2 for 3; health brands falter
  • Table 2-5: Top 20 Frozen Pizza Brands, 2013-2014
  • Top growth brands: restaurant associations and health positioning abound
  • Table 2-6: Top 30 Frozen Pizza Growth Brands, 2013-2014
  • Refrigerated pizza
  • Pizza and pizza kits: private label's domain gains real estate
  • Table 2-7: Refrigerated Pizza & Pizza Kit Sales: Top Marketers & Brands, 2013-2014
  • Pizza crust & dough: private label encroachment
  • Table 2-8: Refrigerated Pizza Crust & Dough Sales: Top Marketers & Brands, 2013-2014
  • Pizza restaurant sales
  • Table 2-9: Market Size & Forecast: Full-Service & Limited-Service Restaurants & Pizza Restaurants, 2010-2016
  • Top 4 chains generate almost 40% of sales; additional room exists for growth
  • Table 2-10: Top 10 Pizza Restaurant Chains: U.S. Systemwide Sales & Pizza Restaurant Sales Share, 2013
  • Same-store sales trends
  • Table 2-11: U.S. Same-Store Sales Trends: Domino's, Papa John's, Papa Murphy's & Pizza Hut, 2009-2014
  • Graph 2-3: U.S. Cumulative Same-Store Sales Trends: Domino's, Papa John's, Papa Murphy's & Pizza Hut, 2009-2013

Chapter 3: Pizza Usage Channel Distribution

  • Summary analysis
  • Pizza usage channel distribution
  • Introduction
  • Pizza is most prevalently - and most often - procured via restaurant pick up
  • Graph 3-1: Pizza Procurement Methods: Used and Used Most, 2014
  • Pizza procurement methods: cross-usage
  • Regardless of procurement method chosen, restaurant delivery and pick-up used most often
  • Table 3-2: Pizza Procurement Methods, by Method Used Most, 2014
  • Demographic analysis
  • Women more likely to “make” pizza at home; men utilize foodservice
  • Table 3-3: Pizza Procurement Methods: Used and Used Most, by Gender, 2014
  • Young adults most likely to use pizza delivery or RTE retail pizza
  • Table 3-4: Pizza Procurement Methods: Used and Used Most, by Age, 2014
  • Less affluent use retail pizza options most often
  • Table 3-5: Pizza Procurement Methods: Used and Used Most, by HH Income, 2014
  • Take-and-bake from restaurant and RTE pizza from retail are popular among families
  • Table 3-6: Pizza Procurement Methods: Used and Used Most: Presence and Age of Children,<$50K HH Income with Children Age 6+, 2014

Chapter 4: Food Consumption Migration Trends: Placing Pizza in Context

  • Summary analysis
  • Pizza in context
  • Introduction
  • Pizza at Foodservice and Retail Table of Contents
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  • January 2015
  • Trend toward healthier options and away from frozen pizza
  • Message to the frozen pizza industry
  • Graph 4-1: Change in Consumer Eating Choices “Over Past Few Years,” 2014
  • Viewed another way . . .
  • Graph 4-2: Food Consumption Trends: “More” & “Less” Response Differential, 2014
  • Frozen pizza consumption trends, by demographic
  • Graph 4-3: Frozen Pizza Consumption Trends: Changes “Over Past Few Years,” 2014
  • Net negative across the board
  • But younger adults remain key consumers
  • Table 4-1: Frozen Pizza Consumption Trends: “More” and “Less” Response Differential; Indexed Changes “Over Past Few Years,” 2014
  • Meeting the needs of the female pizza shopper
  • Trends among the faithful
  • Trends among those moving away from pizza
  • Graph 4-4: Change in Consumer Eating Choices “Over Past Few Years,” Among Those Eating More Frozen Pizza and Those Eating Less Frozen Pizza, 2014
  • Trends among those gravitating to all-natural and locally grown
  • Graph 4-5: Change in Consumer Eating Choices “Over Past Few Years,” Among Those Eating More All-Natural Proteins and More Locally Grown Foods, 2014

Chapter 5: Pizza on the Menu

  • Summary analysis
  • Pizza restaurant usage & menu ordering
  • Usage of restaurant pizza specialists vs. non-pizza specialists
  • Interest in pizza within context of other cuisines
  • What's on the menu
  • Pizza on the kids' menu
  • The dichotomy of pizza
  • Pizza restaurant usage & menu ordering
  • Introduction
  • Pizza restaurant usage is strong
  • Most pizza restaurant goers order pizza; other menu items are supplementary
  • Graph 5-1: Pizza Restaurant Users & What They Order, 2014
  • Demographic analysis
  • Men more likely to choose other main dishes
  • Table 5-1: Pizza Restaurant Users & What They Order, by Demographic, 2014
  • Menu diversity important in catering to interest of 25-34 age group
  • Table 5-2: Pizza Restaurant Users & What They Order, by Age, 2014
  • Asians are an untapped opportunity
  • Table 5-3: Pizza Restaurant Users & What They Order, by Race/Ethnicity, 2014
  • Family pizza nights are really just about the pizza
  • Table 5-4: Pizza Restaurant Users & What They Order, by Presence & Age of Children in Household and Children in <$50K Income Households, 2014
  • Usage of restaurant pizza specialists vs. non-pizza specialists
  • Introduction
  • Pizza specialists are the go-to choice when ordering pizza
  • Graph 5-2: Consumer Usage of Quick-Service & Full-Service Restaurant Pizza Specialists vs. Non-Pizza Specialists, 2014
  • Demographic analysis
  • Table 5-5: Consumer Usage of Quick-Service & Full-Service Restaurant Pizza Specialists vs. Non-Pizza Specialists, By Demographic, 2014
  • Older age groups show preference for full-service pizza specialty restaurants
  • Table 5-6: Consumer Usage of Quick-Service & Full-Service Restaurant Pizza Specialists vs. Non-Pizza Specialists, By Demographic, 2014
  • Less affluent skew towards QSR
  • Table 5-7: Consumer Usage of Quick-Service & Full-Service Restaurant Pizza Specialists vs. Non-Pizza Specialists, By Demographic, 2014
  • Asians and Hispanics visit quick-service non-pizza specialists
  • Table 5-8: Consumer Usage of Quick-Service & Full-Service Restaurant Pizza Specialists vs. Non-Pizza Specialists, By Demographic, 2014
  • Interest in pizza within context of other cuisines
  • Introduction
  • Pizza near the top of 25 cuisines
  • The pizza specialists
  • Mainstream chains can have their share of the pizza pie too
  • Table 5-9: Consumer Interest in Specific Cuisines: Quick-Service Restaurants and Full-Service Restaurants that Specialize in Cuisine vs. Mainstream Chains, 2014
  • What's on the menu
  • Breadth of use
  • Table 5-10: Pizza on the Menu, by Restaurant Segment, 2010-2014
  • Pizza toppings
  • Pepperoni and sausage are top proteins
  • Table 5-11: Top Pizza Proteins, by Restaurant Segment, 2010-2014
  • Long list of veggies and other toppings represented on menus
  • Table 5-12: Top Pizza Veggies and Other Toppings, by Restaurant Segment, 2010-2014
  • Operators are utilizing more unique cheeses for pizza
  • Table 5-13: Top Pizza Cheeses, by Restaurant Segment, 2010-2014
  • Pizza sauce flavors create point of differentiation
  • Table 5-14: Top Pizza Sauces, by Restaurant Segment, 2010-2014
  • Pizza on the kids' menu
  • Table 5-15: Pizza on the Menu: All Menus vs. Kids Menu, by Restaurant Segment, 2010-2014
  • Table 5-16: The Kids Menu: Top Pizza Varieties, Proteins & Ingredients, by Restaurant Segment, 2010-2014
  • Don't underestimate the value of kids' menu
  • For families, entertainment can be just as important as the pizza
  • The dichotomy of pizza
  • Health vs. indulgence
  • Convenience vs. Experience

Chapter 6: Pizza at Retail

  • Summary analysis
  • Frozen pizza choice influencers
  • Household pizza and pizza brand use over time
  • Retail new product innovation
  • Frozen pizza choice influencers
  • Introduction
  • Taste is paramount
  • Graph 6-1: Frozen Pizza Choice Influencers, 2014
  • Demographic analysis
  • Older consumers seek great taste
  • Table 6-1: Frozen Pizza Choice Influencers, by Age, 2014
  • Less affluent focus on low price and sale
  • Table 6-2: Frozen Pizza Choice Influencers, by Income, 2014
  • Asians seek out all natural and unprocessed ingredients
  • Table 6-3: Frozen Pizza Choice Influencers, by Race/ethnicity, 2014
  • Northeasterners look for quality associations
  • Table 6-4: Frozen Pizza Choice Influencers, by Race/ethnicity, 2014
  • Frozen pizzas are a family meal
  • Table 6-5: Frozen Pizza Choice Influencers, by Presence of Children & Age of Children 2014
  • Household pizza use over time
  • The good news: Longer-term trends are modestly positive
  • The bad news: Nearer-term trends suggest usage attrition
  • Table 6-6: Household Frozen Pizza Usage, Usage Frequency & Usage Frequency Share, 2004-2014
  • Demographic shifts over time
  • Table 6-7: Household Frozen Pizza Usage Frequency: Indexed, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Brand goliaths and store brand trending positive
  • Table 6-8: Household Usage of Frozen Pizza Brands in Past 30 Days, by Brand, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Demographic analysis
  • Table 6-9: Household Usage of Frozen Pizza Brands in Past 30 Days: Top Five Brands,
  • Table 6-10: Household Usage of Frozen Pizza Brands in Past 30 Days: Second Five Brands, by Demographic, 2014
  • Table 6-11: Household Usage of Frozen Pizza Brands in Past 30 Days: Third Five Brands, by Demographic, 2014
  • Table 6-12: Household Usage of Frozen Pizza Store Brands in Past 30 Days, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Retail new product innovation
  • Foodservice brands at retail
  • Healthy pizza
  • Real food positioning
  • Lifestyle diets

Chapter 7: Retail Pizza Manufacturer & Brand Analysis

  • Nestlé USA, Inc.
  • Sales performance: restaurant quality to the rescue
  • Table 7-1: Nestlé Frozen Pizza Sales, by Brand and Line Extension, & Frozen Pizza Kits/Toppings Sales, 2013-2014
  • Top Nestlé brands
  • Trending the DiGiorno frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-2: DiGiorno Frozen Pizza: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Trending the Jack's frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-3: Jack's Frozen Pizza: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Trending the Tombstone frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-4: Tombstone Frozen Pizza: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Trending the California Pizza Kitchen frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-5: California Pizza Kitchen Frozen Pizza: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Trending the Stouffer's frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-6: Stouffer's: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Trending the Lean Cuisine frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-7: Lean Cuisine: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • The Schwan Food Company
  • Sales performance: Red Baron steady; Freschetta & Tony's diverge
  • Table 7-8: Schwan's Frozen Pizza Sales, by Brand and Line Extension, 2013-2014
  • Top Schwan brands
  • Trending the Red Baron frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-9: Red Baron Frozen Pizza: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs.2014
  • Trending the Tony's frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-10: Tony's Frozen Pizza: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Trending the Freschetta frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-11: Freschetta Frozen Pizza: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • General Mills
  • Table 7-12: General Mills: Global Sales by Region & U.S. Retail Sales by Division, 2012-2014
  • Sales performance: Totino's and Annie's in the driver's seat
  • Table 7-13: General Mills Frozen Pizza Sales, by Brand & Refrigerated Pizza Crust/Dough Sales, 2013-2014
  • The Totino's frozen pizza household
  • Table 7-14: Totino's Frozen Pizza: Household Use in Past 30 Days, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014

Chapter 8: Restaurant Pizza Chain Analysis

  • Pizza & restaurant attribute rankings
  • Graph 8-1: Last Time Pizza Ordered from Restaurant: Pizza & Restaurant Attribute Rankings, 2010-2014
  • California Pizza Kitchen
  • Company overview
  • Brand strategy
  • Menu innovation
  • Table 8-1: California Pizza Kitchen: New Menu Items, 2013-2014
  • Targeting the California Pizza Kitchen Guest
  • 2010-2014 guest traffic trends
  • Table 8-2: California Pizza Kitchen Users and Engaged Users, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Guest attitudes about health, diet and food
  • Table 8-3: California Pizza Kitchen Users: Attitudes about Health, Diet and Food
  • Domino's Pizza
  • Company overview
  • Technology innovation
  • Menu innovation
  • Changes over time
  • Table 8-4: Domino's Pizza: New Menu Items, 2013-2014
  • Targeting the Domino's Pizza Guest
  • 2010-2014 guest traffic trends
  • Table 8-5: Domino's Pizza Users and Engaged Users, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Guest attitudes about health, diet and food
  • Table 8-6: Domino's Pizza Users: Attitudes about Health, Diet and Food
  • Little Caesars Pizza
  • Company overview
  • Menu innovation
  • Table 8-7: Little Caesars Pizza: New Menu Items, 2013-2014
  • Targeting the Little Caesars Guest
  • 2010-2014 guest traffic trends
  • Table 8-8: Little Caesars Users and Engaged Users, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Guest attitudes about health, diet and food
  • Table 8-9: Little Caesars Users: Attitudes about Health, Diet and Food
  • Papa John's
  • Company overview
  • Technology innovation
  • On the menu
  • Menu innovation
  • Table 8-10: Papa John's: Selected New Menu Items, 2013-2014
  • Targeting the Papa John's Guest
  • 2010-2014 guest traffic trends
  • Table 8-11: Papa John's Users and Engaged Users, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Guest attitudes about health, diet and food
  • Table 8-12: Papa John's Users: Attitudes about Health, Diet and Food
  • Pizza Hut
  • Company overview
  • Brand strategy
  • Overhaul in the works
  • Menu innovation
  • Table 8-13: Pizza Hut: New Menu Items, November 2014
  • Table 8-13: Pizza Hut: New Menu Items, November 2014 [cont'd]
  • Technology innovation
  • Targeting the Pizza Hut Guest
  • 2010-2014 guest traffic trends
  • Table 8-14: Pizza Hut Users and Engaged Users, by Demographic, 2010 vs. 2014
  • Guest attitudes about health, diet and food
  • Table 8-15: Pizza Hut Users: Attitudes about Health, Diet and Food

Appendix

  • Methodology
  • Consumer survey methodology
  • Report table interpretation
  • Color coding
  • Indexing
  • Terms and definitions
  • Supermarkets
  • Restaurant categories
  • Limited-service restaurant definitions
  • Full-service restaurant definitions
  • Other definitions
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