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He asked if I had any guidance. I think he already had his answer. Conversations. TORONTO An appetite for more gourmet burgers and fewer pizzas will change how Canadians spend their money when eating out, says a new study from research firm NPD Group.The shift in habits could add extra pressure to the restaurant industry as popular chains like Tim Hortons, McDonald and Subway battle to stay relevant in a rapidly changing market that has experienced very little growth, NPD said in the report called Vision: The Future of QSR. At Canada fast food restaurants is forecast to increase by less than one per cent annually over the next five years, a rate that signals an era of more intense competition, the report said.Fast food chains, known within the industry as quick service restaurants, generate $23 billion in sales in Canada each year, with about 4.3 billion visits from customers.But changing tastes have more people gravitating towards high end burgers, breakfast sandwiches and Chinese food, while popularity is expected to wane for traditional fast food items like pizza, cheaper burgers and desserts, NPD said.The study also highlighted a surge in the popularity of restaurants, like Panera Bread, Chipotle Mexican Grill and Freshii, where total locations are forecast to double by 2020. Customers generally spend more at fast casual restaurants which serve food that considered better than their fast food peers.Tim Hortons’ store of the future? Quinoa salads, beer taps and cold brew coffeeFast food looks like a zero sum gameHere are the worst things you can order at 20 fast food restaurantsFast food workers reveal the best menu items that no one ever ordersThe NPD Group said customer demands are evolving, with more people looking for restaurants that offer take out and drive thru options.
My suspicion is that Publix would rather be making headlines as a moral leader in the Fair Food Campaign than they enjoy making headlines for calling in the police to expel potential customers especially Christian pastors. If they’ll just begin, the rest will be easy. If they still believe in George Jenkins’ seven principles and I think they really want to they have a lot to gain by doing so..