The steady increase of off-premise traffic to restaurants

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The steady increase of off-premise traffic to restaurantsPeople are starved for time. They have less time to cook, or don’t want to cook. As a result, off-premise traffic to restaurants has steadily increased in recent years.

  • 10.6 million Number of off premise orders on a typical day (2013)
  • -0.2% Growth in meals and snacks eaten on premise between 2008 and 2013
  • 2.7% Growth in meals and snacks ordered by carry out between 2008 and 2013:
  • 13.9% Growth in meals and snacks ordered by drive through between 2008 and 2013
  • -14.6% Growth in meals and snacks ordered by delivery between 2008 and 2013:
  • 48.6% Pizza as a share of all delivery orders (2013)
  • -28.0% Change in pizza delivery orders between 2008 and 2013
  • 21.9% Chinese/Cantonese/Szechwan as a share of all delivery orders (2013)
  • -19.7% Change in Chinese/Cantonese/Szechwan delivery orders between 2008 and 2013
  • Atlantic Canada (69.4%) Region with the highest share of off premise orders (2013)
  • Quebec (48.8%) Province with the lowest share of off premise orders (2013)
  • Coffee (31.7% of all orders) Most popular beverage ordered off premise at a restaurant (2013)
  • French fries (11.2% of all orders) Most popular food ordered off premise at a restaurant (2013)

Source: The NPD Group/CREST, year-end November 2013

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