Many European white-collar workers will continue to work from home regularly even after the Covid-19 crisis is over. Consequently, traffic at office canteens, ‘grab-and-go’ stores, and restaurants near the office will remain subdued compared to pre-Covid levels. To assess the potential impact and opportunities for the food industry, Rabobank conducted a proprietary survey of multiple industries across six European countries.Read more
In many countries, including those in Europe and North America, Covid-19-related disruptions remain the most relevant driver of foodservice performance in the near term, as sales and foot traffic trends remain well-below pre-Covid levels. Notably, China, which is ahead of the curve in terms of both virus outbreak and containment, could be a potential indicator of the likely speed and scope of the foodservice recovery as the virus subsides.Read more
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