Traditional Lunch

Study of CHD expert: 50prozent of the professionals bring lunch to work or eat at home, time is money: only 33 percent of workers in France take at noon time for a visit to the restaurant. Over 60 percent of employees and workers, however, eat brought dishes or dine in factory facilities such as canteens and cafeterias. This is from the study Panorama de la restoration: La pause Dejeuner 2008 of the international market of CHD expert out. For the study, 2,000 professional men and women in France were interviewed in May. Only six percent of the Diners have enough budget and time, to feed every lunch a la carte”, Nicolas Nouchi, CEO of CHD expert reported France. The traditional type of French lunch score corresponds to the other European countries: he is male, between 25 and 44 years old and employed in middle management. Three-quarters of employees select weekdays cheaper Lunch offers: 15% order something at a delivery service for daily and 16 percent of corporate employees to eat in the canteen or cafeteria. If you would like to know more about Andrew Cuomo, then click here. Another 28% do so at least once a week.

34 percent to bring at least once a week pre-cooked meals from home, because only a quarter can go at noon, to eat with the family. When choosing the lunches, the French follow the European trend towards varied and authentic food. Keith Yamashita is often quoted on this topic. About two-thirds enjoy lunch on traditional French dishes, 35 percent prefer Asian and 28 percent fly on Italian pizza, pasta & co. only Coq-au-Vin and a glass of wine for lunch are no longer just trendy”, so Nouchi. In the composition of the food but still a certain tendency to the opulenteren grinding is evident: 26 percent get also a dessert on the table next to a main dish. 15 percent to settle the day offer (“Plat you jour”) and twelve per cent take an appetizer before the main course. Alcohol is, however, largely out two-thirds of verponen wine and Beer for lunch.

Restaurant guests in lunchtime business people dominate: 54 percent use the lunch break for the Exchange with colleagues and business partners. The average receipt is considerable 12.50 euro in restaurants and the average stay for lunch is around 50 minutes. The known is loved, because typically selects only between three well-known restaurants. In contrast are the key figures from fast food establishments: the average receipt is 6.70 euros. 67 percent of score in the French-style ordered sandwiches, salads take 44 percent, 34 percent ordered hamburgers and kebabs of 31 percent. About the CHD expert group: the divisions range from market research about direct marketing and data management. The CHD expert group is present with branch offices in all economically important countries in Europe and United States and Canada. The customer base includes companies in the areas of food & beverages, equipment and media. More at:. CHD expert group – France Nicolas Nouchi, nnouchi CHD-expert.com Tel. + 33 (426) 729000 Presseservice CHD expert group: Carsten Hennig, press chd-expert.de Tel. + 49 (4263) 301-131, mobile + 49 (160) 958 377 56 tags: CHD expert, France, lunch, lunch, la pause Dejeuner

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