Is there a new battle for lunch?
Not long ago, there was much talk around breakfast being the new lunch. But the pandemic has thrown that new opportunity into disarray. And, not just breakfast, but all day parts. During covid, consumers have (or appear to have) changed their habits, perceptions and requirements to a degree that has not just upset, but overturned normal patterns of trading. Locations – city centres, suburban high streets, railway stations and many more – are being forced to reconfigure themselves to a “new” type of customer. Read the full story