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Research and Markets: Food Halls: A Visual Feast - the Growth in Popularity of Gourmet Food Has Created Greater Opportunities Both for Retailers and Manufacturers.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/beeb27/food_halls_a_visu) has announced the addition of the "Food Halls: A Visual Feast" report to their offering.

In this presentation, Planet Retail shows how food halls take grocery retailing to another dimension. The emphasis is on creating a visually inspiring atmosphere, where the quality, range and presentation of the food are placed above mere pricing issues. However, the establishment of a food hall represents an opportunity for both retailers and manufacturers alike. For department stores, the addition of a food hall not only increases customer traffic but is a way of enhancing the desirability and aspirational features of its brand. Furthermore, the growth in popularity of gourmet food has created greater opportunities both for retailers and manufacturers to experiment with more innovative, value-added ranges.

Key Topics Covered:

Traditional Food Halls

* Fortnum & Mason, London, United Kingdom

* La Grande Epicerie, Paris, France

* Central Food Hall, Bangkok, Thailand

Concession-based food halls

* Lafayette Gourmet, Paris, France

* Lazona Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan

* KaDeWe, Berlin, Germany

* Selfridges, London, United Kingdom

Hybrid Concepts

* John Lewis Food Hall by Waitrose, London, United Kingdom

* El Corte Ingles, Madrid, Spain

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/beeb27/food_halls_a_visu
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