The U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union, or "Brexit," could accelerate shifts that were already underway in the U.K. foodservice market structure. Sales are likely to decline, and margins could come under pressure — the effect of which will be greater for cafes, bars and full-service restaurants than for fast-food restaurants, according to Rabobank.
In a post-Brexit Britain, key advantages of larger chains, such as key market intelligence, operational excellence, deeper pocket
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