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Infographic: Consumer eating habits worldwide and what they mean to hotels

Excerpt from Euromonitor

Jul 25, 2012 11:26 am

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Global hotel chains have identified some key means to differentiate their product offer from the competition including design, food and beverages (f&b), and service among others…F&B is a key area of activity in travel/hospitality industry: from refreshing restaurants and mini-bar concepts to integrating F&B with loyalty programmes. This infographic from Euromonitor illustrates the national differences in eating and drinking which hotels are keen to exploit in order to customise their F&B offers and appeal to different markets.

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