The future depends on the consumer
Most of the current comment about the state of the foodservice sector has focused on the infrastructure – the number of businesses that have failed, the redundancies, the decline and so on. The future, as always, depends on the consumer. What does the future look like? In some ways it’s impossible to say, but there are certain speculations that we can make at the moment. Consumers, generally, will be poorer. They will have drawn down on their savings, they may be out of a job, or in a job and earning less. Of course, this is not true of everyone. Some will have improved their financial position and prospects…
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