The African Fast Food Market Report (2019-2019) -

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The growing popularity of fast food, coupled with the growing trends for convenience and value for money, have opened up opportunities in the African Fast Food market.

The market is still in early stages of development in many African countries excluding South Africa and Egypt that have well established markets. Over the last two years the growing target audience has seen an increase in international brands setting up shop on the continent to tap into the growing middle-income segment. Increased international interest through direct investment by players such as Yum! Brands have also played a key role in shaping supply chains and opening up the markets to new entrants.

As incomes rise and all of the usual emerging market dynamics are in play, such as urbanization, more hectic lifestyles, many people in Africa are also gaining access to chained/branded restaurants for the first time. However, while rich pickings are available in the Africa this must be tempered with knowledge of the trading risks such as the lack of formalized retail infrastructure, power shortages and poor supply and logistics chains.

Discover the latest market trends and uncover sources of future market growth for the African Fast Food Market, find hidden opportunities in the most current research data available, understand competitive threats with this detailed market analysis, and plan your corporate strategy with expert qualitative analysis & growth projections.

Why You Should Buy the Report

  • 117 pages of comprehensive analysis
  • 62 tables and graphs quantifying the market in detail
  • African Fast Food market forecasts between 2019 and 2029
  • Forecasts for the 12 African fast food markets and an outlook on the rest of the continent:
  • Egypt, South Africa, Nigeria, Morocco, Kenya, Ghana, Algeria, Tunisa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe
  • A SWOT analysis that examines the African Fast Food market
  • 17 key companies identified and profiled operating within the African Fast Food Market, including 2016 market share information

Key Topics Covered

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Benefits of the Report
  3. Intended Audience
  4. Report Contributors
  5. Methodology
  6. Global Fast Food Industry
  7. African Fast Food Industry SWOT
  8. African Fast Food Market Outlook
  9. Stiff Competition from Global Giants
  10. Investors Competing For a Slice of Africa's Food and Drink Acquisitions
  11. Drivers & Restraints of the African Fast Food Market
  12. Drivers
  13. Young Expanding and Rapidly Urbanising Population
  14. Rising Disposable Income
  15. Foreign Interest in the Regions Fast Growing Food Industry is Rising
  16. Chained Players Drive the Market
  17. International Players Raise the Level of Competition
  18. Restraints
  19. Limited Middle Class
  20. Low Disposable and Discretionary Income
  21. High Product Price
  22. Challenging Trading Environment
  23. Supply Chain Uncertainty
  24. Infrastructure Hurdles
  25. Skills Shortage
  26. Leading National Electric Vehicle Market Outlook
  27. Egyptian Fast Food Market Forecasts
  28. South African Fast Food Market Forecasts
  29. Nigerian Fast Food Market Forecasts
  30. Moroccan Fast Food Market Forecasts
  31. Kenyan Fast Food Market Forecasts
  32. Ghanaian Fast Food Market Forecasts
  33. Algerian Fast Food Market Forecasts
  34. Tunisian Fast Food Market Forecasts
  35. Namibian Fast Food Market Forecasts
  36. Botswana Fast Food Market Forecasts
  37. Zambian Fast Food Market Forecasts
  38. Zimbabwean Fast Food Market Forecasts
  39. Rest of Africa Fast Food Market Forecasts
  40. Industry News & Developments
  41. South African Burger King Drops Dunkin' Donuts
  42. Domino's, Cold Stone exit Nairobi CBD
  43. South Africa's Taste halts Domino's and Starbucks store expansion
  44. Burger King Expands Further into Africa
  45. Pizza Hut opens in Nigeria
  46. Pizza Hut Officially Opens in Ethiopia
  47. Trends & Opportunities
  48. Conclusions

Companies Profiled

  • Big Square
  • Burger King
  • Chesanyama
  • Chicken Licken
  • Cold Stone
  • Domino's Pizza Inc.
  • Dunkin' Donuts
  • Famous Brands
  • Innscor Africa Limited
  • McDonald's Corporation
  • Mo'men Group
  • Nando's
  • Spur Corporation
  • Subway Sandwich Shops Inc.
  • Sundry Foods Limited
  • Tantalizers PLC
  • Taste Holdings Food Division
  • UAC Restaurants Limited
  • Yum! Brands Inc.

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Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900