Brits splash out on date night dining, reveals CGA’s eating out research 

Exclusive report by CGA reveals that British consumers spend the most on dining out when they’re on a date – even more than they spend on any other occasion. The average British consumer goes out to eat 63 times a year, and goes out for a drink 85 times a year, according to CGA Food Insights19, a newly released report on eating out compiled by out of home food and drink research company CGA.

The 7 key stats every retailer should know

At our sell-out Insight conference on 4 April, CGA’s business unit director for food and retail Karl Chessell took delegates on a whistlestop tour of the changing landscape of eating and drinking out in Britain. From cityscapes to market towns, hotspots for new openings and sales growth, to black-spots for closures, and the spread of changing customer types, tastes and habits – Karl shared key numbers behind trends that every retailer should know: