The b2b-magazine foodservice analyses the whole market for professional (chain-)restaurant industry in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Editorial Highlights are exclusive industry rankings (i.e. the top operators in the industry, the top coffee bar chains), case studies as well as trend and future analyses.
Target groups are the decision makers (managing level) in quickservice, bakeries, butchers, foodservice at petrol stations/ train stations/ in air planes, coffee bars, theme parks, fullservice, event-catering, foodservice in retail, pubs and bars.
Frequency of publication: 11 times per year
foodservice Europe & Middle East
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