A new Technomic report finds that the segment’s chains are stealing market share from quick-service and casual-dining brands
Restaurant consumers are visiting bakery-café chains more frequently, allowing those brands to grow and capture market share from the quick-service and casual-dining operators, according to Technomic. The Chicago-based research firm found in its new “Bakery Café Consumer Trend Report” that 71 percent of 1,500 consumers surveyed had been to a bakery-café operation, up from 43 percent in a similar report from 2008. Of those bakery-café customers, 72 ...
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