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Contract Catering & Foodservice Management Market Report 2005

Description:    The UK market for contract catering and foodservice management was valued at £3.9bn in 2004,
                an increase of 3% on 2003 and 19.4% on 2000. The market continues to expand, despite a decline
                in the number of outlets served by contract caterers.

                The market is divided into five main sectors: business and industry, education, catering for the
                public, healthcare, and other contract catering and foodservice management, which serves sectors
                such as central and local government, the construction industry, oil rigs and prisons. Business and
                industry is the largest sector, but catering for the public demonstrated the fastest growth over the
                review period (2000 to 2004). The development of new catering ideas and concepts has boosted
                sales in the public catering sector. Demand from higher-education colleges and universities has
                helped increase revenues in the education sector.

                The contract catering industry faces two major challenges: a staff and skills shortage and a
                continuing stream of new government regulations that can be costly to implement for many
                caterers. Some of the staff shortages are currently being met by an influx of low-cost labour from
                the new East European EU member states, although the continuity of this cannot be guaranteed.
                The latest piece of government legislation to affect the industry — the Food Safety Act, which is
                due to be introduced in January 2006 — is likely to add further to the cost burden.

                The quality of food and especially the quality of school meals is under review at the present time.
                The Government has recently announced that schools will be provided with rules indicating the
                minimum amount of carbohydrate that a school meal can provide and the maximum amount of fat
                it can contain. Schools will also be advised to buy fresh food from local outlets, where possible. The
                Government has been impressed by reports from schools that have adopted healthier menus, which
                show that children have become less disruptive in the classroom and that absenteeism levels have
                fallen.

                It is estimated that the market for contract catering and foodservice management will continue to
                develop in the second half of the decade. Factors that are likely to influence the sector over the
                forecast period (2005 to 2009) include: the ongoing desire of companies and organisations to
                outsource their non-core businesses; the opportunities available for contractors to provide add-on
                services in addition to catering; the Government's move to increase spending on school meals; and
                the trend towards healthier diets.




Contents:       Executive Summary

                1. Market Definition

                REPORT COVERAGE

                MARKET SECTORS
                Business and Industry
                Education
                Catering for the Public
                Healthcare
                Other Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sectors

                MARKET TRENDS
                Major Problems Facing the Industry
                Increasing the Quality of School Meals
                Trend for Outsourcing Continues
                International Expansion
                Growth Sectors
Add-On Services

ECONOMIC TRENDS
Gross Domestic Product
Table 1: UK Gross Domestic Product at Current and Annual Prices (£m), 2000-2004
Population
Table 2: UK Resident Population Estimates by Sex (000), Mid-Years 2000-2004
Inflation
Table 3: UK Rate of Inflation (%), 2000-2004
Unemployment
Table 4: Actual Number of Unemployed Persons in the UK (million), 2000-2004
Household Disposable Income
Table 5: UK Household Disposable Income Per Capita (£), 2000-2004
MARKET POSITION
The UK
Table 6: The Total UK Catering and Restaurant Market by Value at Current Prices (£m and %),
2000-2004
Table 7: The UK Workplace and Institutional Catering Market at Current Prices (£m and %), 2000-
2004
Overseas

2. Market Size

THE TOTAL MARKET
By Value
Table 8: The Total UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at
Current Prices (£m) 2000-2004
Figure 1: The Total UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at
Current Prices (£m) 2000-2004
By Number of Meals Served 18
Table 9: Number of Meals Served in the UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice
Management (million), 2000-2004
Figure 2: Proportion of Meals Served in the UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice
Management (%), 2004

BY MARKET SECTOR
Business and Industry
Table 10: The UK Business and Industry Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by
Value at Current Prices (£m and %), 2000-2004
Education
Table 11: The UK Education Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at
Current Prices (£m and %), 2000-2004
Catering for the Public
Table 12: The UK Public Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at Current
Prices (£m and %), 2000-2004
Healthcare
Table 13: The UK Healthcare Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at
Current Prices (£m and %), 2000-2004
Other Contract Catering and Foodservice Management 24
Table 14: The UK Other Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at Current
Prices (£m and %), 2000-2004

3. Industry Background

RECENT HISTORY

INDUSTRY SYNOPSIS
Table 15: Average Financial Performance of Companies in the Catering Sector (£000, % and £),
2005

NUMBER OF COMPANIES
Table 16: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Catering Market by Turnover
Sizeband (£000 and %), 2001-2004
NUMBER OF OUTLETS
Table 17: Number of Contract Catering Outlets in the UK, 2000-2004
Employment
Table 18: Number of People Employed in the Canteen and Catering Industries in Great Britain
(000), 2000-2004
Table 19: Number of UK Vat-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Catering Market by Employment
Sizeband (number and %), 2004

REGIONAL VARIATIONS IN THE MARKETPLACE

DISTRIBUTION

HOW ROBUST IS THE MARKET?
Table 20: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in the Catering Market by Age of Business
(number and %), 2004
Table 21: Support Services Provided by Food and Service Management Companies as Part of
Catering Contracts (number of contracts), 2004

LEGISLATION
Food Safety Act
EU Food-Hygiene Legislation
Labour-Related Legislation
Other Regulations and Standards

KEY TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
British Hospitality Association
Local Authority Caterers Association
Hospital Caterers Association
The University Caterers Organisation

4. Competitor Analysis

THE MARKETPLACE

MARKET LEADERS
Table 22: The Ten Leading Companies in the UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice
Management by Turnover (£m), 2003/2004

Aramark Ltd
Company Structure
Current and Future Developments
Financial Results

Avenance PLC
Company Structure
Current and Future Developments
Financial Results

Compass Group PLC
Company Structure
Current and Future Developments
Financial Results

Initial Catering Services Ltd
Company Structure
Current and Future Developments
Financial Results

Sodexho Ltd
Company Structure
Current and Future Developments
Financial Results
OTHER COMPANIES

Alpha Airports Group PLC
Baxter Smith Ltd
Charlton House Catering Services Ltd
Eaton Fine Dining Ltd
Gate Gourmet Holdings UK Ltd
Just Deli Ltd
Lindley Catering Ltd
Massarella Catering Ltd
Mitie Catering Services Ltd
OCS Group Ltd
WSH Group Ltd

OUTSIDE SUPPLIERS

MARKETING ACTIVITY

5. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats

STRENGTHS
WEAKNESSES
OPPORTUNITIES
THREATS

6. Buying Behaviour

HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE
Table 23: Average Weekly Expenditure by Households on Workplace and School Meals (£),
1999/2000-2003/2004

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

EDUCATION
The Caroline Walker Trust
Sodexho School Meals and Lifestyle Survey
Amount Spent
Table 24: Average Daily Amount Spent on School Meals by Region, (£), 2005
Most Popular Meals
Table 25: The School Meal Top Five Favourite Main Courses and Puddings, 2002 and 2005 55
Foods That Parents and Children Would Like to be Provided
Table 26: Top Ten Food/Drinks Children and Parents Think Schools Should Provide, 2005 56
Foodservice Problems
Table 27: Top Ten Problems with School Meals Encountered by Pupils (%), 2002 and 2005

HEALTHCARE
Table 28: PEAT Assessments of Hospital Food (number of hospitals and %), 2002-2004

DEFENCE

7. Current Issues

THE POLITICAL SCENE
Chips to be Rationed on School Menus
BHA and Home Office Discussions on Immigration Control 61
The Curse of Red Tape 62
New Skills Academy for Hospitality Industry

HEALTH ISSUES
More Healthy Options
Food Waste in the NHS
CONSUMER DEMAND
Government's School Meals Initiative Needs Greater Funding

CORPORATE ACTIVITY
BaxterStorey
Lindley Catering
Compass Group
Raphoe Management/Rentokil Initial
Just Deli

LEGISLATIVE CHANGES

8. The Global Market

MARKET SIZE
Table 29: Estimated Value of the Global Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management
by Value (£bn and %), 2000-2004
Table 30: Share of the Global Catering Market Outsourced to Contractors by Region (%), 2004
Table 31: Global Market Shares of the Leading Contract Caterers by Value (%), 2004
Table 32: Compass PLC's Breakdown of Turnover by Region (%), 2004

THE EUROPEAN MARKET
France — Market Trends

THE FUTURE
Table 33: Forecast Value of the Global Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management
by Value (£bn and %), 2005-2009

9. Forecasts

ECONOMIC BACKGROUND
Gross Domestic Product
Table 34: Forecast UK Growth in Gross Domestic Product in Real Terms (%), 2005-2009
Population
Table 35: Forecast UK Resident Population by Sex (000), Mid-Years 2005-2009
Inflation
Table 36: Forecast UK Rate of Inflation (%), 2005-2009
Unemployment
Table 37: Forecast Actual Number of Unemployed Persons in the UK (million), 2005-2009

FORECASTS 2005 TO 2009
The Total Market
Table 38: The Total Forecast UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by
Value at Current Prices (£m), 2005-2009
Figure 3: The Total Forecast UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by
Value at Current Prices (£m), 2005-2009
By Market Sector
Table 39: The Forecast UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Sector by
Value at Current Prices (£m), 2005-2009

MARKET GROWTH
Figure 4: Growth in the UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at
Current Prices (£m) 2000-2009

FUTURE TRENDS
Demographics
Market Segmentation
Product Development
Competitor Forecasts

10. Company Profiles

Alpha Airports Group Plc
            Aramark Ltd
            Avenance Plc
            Compass Group Plc
            Gate Gourmet Holdings Uk Ltd
            Initial Catering Services Ltd
            Sodexho LTd

            11. Consumer Confidence

            METHODOLOGY

            THE WILLINGNESS TO BORROW
            Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing to Borrow in Order to Purchase Expensive
            Items at Current and Constant November 2004 Prices (£ and £bn), November 2004, February
            2005, May 2005 and August 2005
            The Desire to Borrow is Waning
            Table B: The Number of Adults Willing to Borrow in Order to Purchase Expensive Items (000 and
            %), November 2004, February 2005, May 2005 and August 2005

            THE WILLINGNESS TO SPEND FROM SAVINGS
            Table C: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing to Spend from Savings in Order to Purchase
            Expensive Items at Current and Constant November 2004 Prices (£ and £bn), November 2004,
            February 2005, May 2005 and August 2005
            Confidence is Fragile
            Table D: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending to Purchase Expensive Items (£ and
            %), November 2004, February 2005, May 2005 and August 2005
            The Extremes Contract

            12. Further Sources

            Associations
            Publications
            Government Publications
            Bonnier Information Sources




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