Mintel online dating report
Among categories, the ethnic fast-casual segment has experienced the fastest growth, relative to the bakery and home-meal replacement segments."QSRs are upgrading ingredients and stretching menus to provide ethnic offerings," Hulkower said."Mc Donald's added an Asian salad recently that has fast casual written all over it.“The magic will start in the second version of the app, which is planned to offer both free and premium content.
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There are more than 16 million single people living in the UK, of which six million are on Facebook, where Fobo recruits its members.
A report by Mintel in 2015 said the UK online dating market was worth £165 million and forecast it to grow to £225 million over the next two years.
This category is eating into lunch sales at full-service restaurants, and it's going to pull some sales from QSR.
A lot of people just don't have enough lunch time for table service, but don't want to do the QSR drive-thru."Panera substantially leads the fast-casual sector in sales, and rapidly growing chains in the category include Zaxby's, Wingstop, Qboda Mexican Grill and Pei Wei.The agency’s ‘Online Dating Report – Issue 2’ found there were over 871,000 dating-related searches made online in September.The majority of consumer queries (15%) were for free internet dating sites, the terms ‘free dating sites’, ‘free dating’ and ‘free online dating’ cumulatively amounting to 132,600 searches.Mr Cullen, who runs the business form his home in Kings Hill, said: “The reason I joined the dating industry was to change the way people meet.“I wanted to improve the opportunity of people finding meaningful relationships, for this and future generations, and to move away from the click-and-collect pick-up culture encouraged by other providers.‘Polish dating’ ‘asian dating’ and ‘christian dating’, dominated.