Leaders of the four most influential business groups in the food and drink arena will come together at this year’s Peach 2020 conference to set out the challenges for ‘Feeding Britain’ in a post-Brexit world.
Rising costs, intense competition and Brexit are creating significant challenges for operators in the out-of-home eating and drinking sector—but consumer trends including premiumisation and healthier eating and drinking offer opportunities for growth.
Restaurants and pubs face a potent cocktail of challenges from rising costs, intense competition and Brexit, CGA’s Peter Martin told the inaugural UKHospitality Conference this week—but the best brands still have plenty of potential for growth.
No one has a crystal ball so we are staying open minded, but we are focusing on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. There is no ‘1 channel’ that you should go all in on. It is a mix of channels that are right for you and your business, but need to get this mix right.
Costa Coffee’s supposedly lacklustre like-for-like sales performance, reported this week, has prompted questions not only about the buoyancy of the coffee market but the grip of the big three chains, writes Peter Martin.