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Industry

October 8, 2015

Cafe Pulse – Fact of the Week 8

Did you know that the average café turns 236 coffees per day?

Thank you to the +800 cafés included into this year’s annual “State Of the Café Industry Report”. We can now have real café benchmarks and thus café owners, coffee roasters and the café suppliers can best set benchmarks in some cafes being higher than the average café above and those below.

These and many other vital industry benchmark questions have been completed and are now available. It may interest you to also know that in 2013 the average café cups served per day was 197 so we are seeing a increase in overall café average consumption regardless of the number of cafés and their coffee brands, etc. This real growth is a mix of organic industry growth and the popularity of the café culture that is now spreading nationally, and of particular importance that of the increases in REGIONAL areas away for the flashy social hubs of the inner city CBD café scene – Regional Australia’s café scene is expanding!

KEY INSIGHTS AND CAFE TRENDS – Now Available

This is the ultimate Café Industry OOH coffee market report that will greatly assist you to better understand the important growth factors that shape this vital café market.  Ideal for marketing and brand managers, sales managers and their sales staff, manufacturers and importers, green bean suppliers, beverage and snack food companies, fresh food and wholesalers, service providers and small business insurers just to name a few.
Available as a summary or a full and comprehensive report.

Show LINK – https://www.cafeculture.com/cafe-pulse/what-shapes-our-australian-cafe-industry-report

We will be publishing the top line results in Café Culture magazine and our “Café Fact Of The Week” eNews letters over the coming year – so please stay tuned for more updates shortly.

 

For more details please contact david@pulseplus.com.au or mobile 0423200206

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