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The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa 2023

Yasmin Mahomedy | South Africa | 27 February 2023

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa 2021

Natalie Bryden | South Africa | 28 October 2021

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa 2019

Carole Veitch | South Africa | 25 April 2019

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa 2017

Carole Veitch | South Africa | 15 November 2017

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa 2016

Carole Veitch | South Africa | 03 June 2016

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa 2014

Carole Veitch | South Africa | 30 December 2014

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Report Coverage

This report on the restaurant, catering and fast food industry in South Africa includes information on the state of the sector, its major players, sales and profitability, developments and corporate actions, as well as influencing factors including the effect of power cuts, labour and the economic environment. There are profiles of 57 companies including major players such as Famous Brands and Spur Corporation, large franchises such as KFC, Burger King, Ocean Basket and Seattle and caterers including Bidvest Catering Services, Air Chefs and Tsebo Solutions.

Introduction

• The restaurant, catering, and fast food industry showed resilience in 2022, but not all establishments have recovered to pre-pandemic levels.
• The recovery has been severely limited by power cuts, and water cuts in some areas, which have put many operators, particularly independent businesses, at risk of closure.
• Larger companies and fast food chains have fared better than independent operators.
• Declining disposable income resulted in lower weekday footfall for hospitality and dining businesses.
• The Franchise Association called for urgent action from the government.

Strengths

• Franchises have an extensive geographical footprint.
• South Africa is a developed market.
• The industry is well established, and strong international and local franchise brand provide effective support.

Weaknesses

• High operating costs.
• High staff turnover.
• Low paying.
• Poor economic conditions.
• Quality control is inadequate, particularly in the informal sector.
• Startup capital is often difficult to access.

Opportunities

• Development of innovative, indigenous, and healthy menu options.
• Expansion into the rest of Africa, the Middle East, and other international markets.
• Expansion into untapped local markets such as townships and rural communities.
• Ghost kitchens in densely populated urban areas and CBDs.
• Growth in the informal/township sector.
• Sustainably sourced, organic, and plant-based menu items.
• The development of affordable food franchising models.

Threats

• Above-inflation increases in food and living costs.
• Escalation of loadshedding.
• Increasing levels of unemployment impacting disposable income and consumer spending.
• Supply chain disruptions.

Outlook

• Rising interest rates, unemployment, and high food and fuel prices led to a rampant increase in the cost of living in 2022.
• Restaurants did better than expected in these circumstances but growth started to slow in the latter part of 2022.
• Power cuts are expected to continue to affect trading and increase operational costs in the industry.
• While the franchise segment is expected to fare better than independents due to economies of scale, managing food costs and developing value for money products will remain a focus in menu development for all players.

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1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Industry Value Chain 3
2.2. Geographic Position 4
2.3. Size of the Industry 4
3. LOCAL 6
3.1. State of the Industry 6
3.2. Key Trends 9
3.3. Key Issues 10
3.4. Notable Players 10
3.5. Corporate Actions 14
3.6. Regulations 15
3.7. Enterprise Development and Social Development 17
4. AFRICA 18
5. INTERNATIONAL 20
6. INFLUENCING FACTORS 24
6.1. Loadshedding 24
6.2. Economic Environment 26
6.3. Input Costs 27
6.4. Business Interruption Insurance 29
6.5. Labour 29
6.6. Environmental Issues 32
6.7. Technology, R&D, Innovation 33
7. COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT 35
7.1. Competition 35
7.2. Ownership Structure of the Industry 36
7.3. Barriers to Entry 36
8. SWOT ANALYSIS 38
9. OUTLOOK 39
10. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 39
11. REFERENCES 39
11.1. Publications 39
11.2. Websites 40
APPENDIX 1 41
Summary of Notable Players 41
COMPANY PROFILES 52
Adega Restaurants CC 52
Air Chefs (SOC) Ltd 54
Anat Foods (Pty) Ltd 56
Andiccio 24 Head Office CC 58
Applecart Properties 42 (Pty) Ltd 60
Bidvest Catering Services (Pty) Ltd 61
Bootlegger Franchise Company (Pty) Ltd 63
Burger Bistro Franchising (Pty) Ltd 65
Burger King South Africa (Pty) Ltd 67
Chickenland (Pty) Ltd 71
CSG Food Solutions (Pty) Ltd 73
Daily Cafe Group (Pty) Ltd (The) 75
Dulce Milkwood (Pty) Ltd 77
Eclectic Brands (Pty) Ltd 79
Empact Group (Pty) Ltd 82
Famous Brands Ltd 85
Feedem Group (Pty) Ltd 91
Fournews Developments (Pty) Ltd 93
Galito's Holdings (Pty) Ltd 96
Golden Fried Chicken (Pty) Ltd 98
Hentiq 2517 (Pty) Ltd 101
Hot Dog Cafe (Pty) Ltd 103
Hungry Lion Fast Foods (Pty) Ltd 106
Imperium Franchise Holdings (Pty) Ltd 109
Kauai Juice (Pty) Ltd 112
KFC (Pty) Ltd 114
King Pie Holdings (Pty) Ltd 117
KK Doughnuts SA (Pty) Ltd 121
Krugkor Franchise (Pty) Ltd 124
Laudian Investment Holdings (Pty) Ltd 127
Le Fera (Pty) Ltd 129
Main Event Catering (Pty) Ltd 131
MLP Foods (Pty) Ltd 133
Mochachos Franchise Management (Pty) Ltd 134
MSA Devco (Pty) Ltd 137
OBC Group (Pty) Ltd 140
Ocean Basket Franchise Company (Pty) Ltd 143
Open Food Group (Pty) Ltd 146
Par-Avion (Pty) Ltd 148
Pedros Chicken Franchise (Pty) Ltd 150
Pie City (Pty) Ltd 152
Primi World (Pty) Ltd 154
RCA Holdings (Pty) Ltd 156
Roman's Pizza (Pretoria) (Pty) Ltd 157
Sandwich Baron Franchising CC 159
Seattle Coffee Company (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd 161
Simply Asia Franchise Holdings (Pty) Ltd 164
Sodexo Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd 167
Source Food Catering and Events (Pty) Ltd 169
Spur Corporation Ltd 170
Streamline Brands (Pty) Ltd 175
Sumptuous Caterers (Pty) Ltd 178
Tsebo Solutions Group (Pty) Ltd 180
View Rock Trading (Pty) Ltd 184
Why Cook (Pty) Ltd 186
Wiesenhof Coffee Roastery (Pty) Ltd 187
Xantium Trading 471 (Pty) Ltd 190

Report Coverage

This report focuses on the restaurants, fast food and catering industry, including information on the size of the sector, revenue and market share by type of outlet, developments and corporate actions. There are profiles of 53 companies including major players such as Famous Brands and Spur Corporation, fast food franchises such as KFC, Simply Asia and Kauai and catering companies including Bidvest Catering Services and Main Event Catering.

Introduction

Before the coronavirus pandemic eviscerated the hospitality industry across the globe, the South African food and beverage services sector revenue grew at a CAGR of 7.8% between 2014 and 2019. In 2020, sector revenue shrank by 38.9%, year-on-year at current prices. From April 2020 to March 2021, sector revenue declined by 42.7% year on year. In an industry that is fighting to stay afloat during intermittent lockdowns, alcohol bans, and curtailed trading hours, the growth of third-party and inhouse deliveries have offset some of the revenue loss that would have occurred. Other factors such as high unemployment, high food and utilities inflation, inflexible landlords and reduced discretionary spending are further impacting revenues and margins of one of the industries that has been hardest hit by the pandemic. Thousands of restaurants have closed their doors permanently or temporarily, taking with them many jobs in an industry that employed 324,766 people in March 2020 and only 206,607 in March 2021.

Strengths

• Diverse spectrum of service providers, ranging from independent establishments to international brands.
• Franchise networks in the sector have an extensive geographical footprint.
• Franchising model is well-established with strong international and local brands.
• Franchising models provide an effective support-network.
• South Africa is a developed business market, and a gateway to sub-Saharan Africa markets.
• The industry is well established and innovative, serving all target markets.

Weaknesses

• Enforcement of regulations, including health and safely, remains patchy.
• High delivery costs charged by third party delivery partners.
• High overheads..
• Low-paying industry.
• Poor economy.
• Quality control is inadequate, particularly in the informal sector.
• Startup capital is often difficult to access.
• Suitable retail sites are commonly difficult and costly to procure.

Opportunities

• A growing need for chefs that are able to produce high-quality vegetarian and vegan food.
• Development of innovative, indigenous, and healthy menu options.
• Expansion into the rest of Africa, the Middle East, and other international markets.
• Expansion into untapped domestic markets, including townships and rural communities.
• For delivery partners, subscription models that eliminate per-delivery fees in favour of a flat-rate subscription.
• Ghost kitchens in densely populated urban areas and CBDs.
• Grab and go stations and curb-side delivery for customers.
• New waste disposal laws will bring about opportunities for the collection of organic waste from restaurants.
• Sustainably-sourced, organic, and plant-based menu items.
• The development of affordable food franchising models.

Threats

• Above-inflation increases in wages, occupancy costs, utilities and food prices.
• Increasing levels of unemployment impacting disposable income and consumer spending.
• Intermittent alcohol bans due to the pandemic and liquor regulations.
• Load-shedding, which results in losses in perishable stock, sales revenue, and shortened trading hours, and requires investment in backup supply or generators.
• Pandemic-related lockdowns and social distancing (fewer customers in restaurants).
• Pandemic-related supply chain disruptions.
• Unrest-related damage to property.

Outlook

The pandemic is expected to continue to have an adverse effect on businesses in the food and beverage services sector. The effects of the crisis include the ongoing loss of revenue due to restrictions such as curfews, intermittent alcohol banks and limits to the number of customers. Some customers may continue to be reluctant to return to restaurants even after the pandemic eases and eating at home may be a behavioural change that is here for the medium term. The rise of third-party delivery companies and related apps is testament to this trend. In the longer term, however, South Africans are sociable people who thrive on social interaction and once the pandemic has passed, a significant uptick in restaurant patronage is expected, which may result in restaurants regaining some market share from fast-food outlets. For catering companies, increased scrutiny of government contracts may result in fewer contracts being awarded. Business closures, more people working from home and fewer business-related events will continue to affect this sector in the medium-term.

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Table of Contents

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PAGE
1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Industry Value Chain 2
2.2. Geographic Position 4
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 5
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 11
4.1. Local 11
4.1.1. Corporate Actions 15
4.1.2. Regulations 16
4.1.3. Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development Initiatives 20
4.2. Africa 22
4.3. International 25
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 31
5.1. COVID-19 31
5.2. Unrest 34
5.3. Government Intervention 34
5.4. Economic Environment 35
5.5. Rising Input Costs 35
5.6. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 36
5.7. Retail Developments 38
5.8. Cyclicality 38
5.9. Labour Resources 39
5.10. Environmental Concerns 44
5.11. Advertising and Marketing 45
6. COMPETITION 45
6.1. Barriers to Entry 47
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 48
8. OUTLOOK 49
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 51
10. REFERENCES 51
10.1. Publications 51
10.2. Websites 49
APPENDIX 1 51
Summary of Notable players 51
COMPANY PROFILES 60
Adega Restaurants CC 60
Air Chefs (SOC) Ltd 62
Anat Foods (Pty) Ltd 64
Andiccio 24 Head Office CC 66
Applecart Properties 42 (Pty) Ltd 68
Bidvest Catering Services (Pty) Ltd 69
Burger Bistro Franchising (Pty) Ltd 71
Chickenland (Pty) Ltd 73
CSG Food Solutions (Pty) Ltd 75
Dulce Milkwood (Pty) Ltd 77
Eclectic Brands (Pty) Ltd 79
Empact Group (Pty) Ltd 82
Famous Brands Ltd 85
Feedem Group (Pty) Ltd 91
Fournews Developments (Pty) Ltd 93
Golden Fried Chicken (Pty) Ltd 97
Grand Parade Investments Ltd 100
Hentiq 2517 (Pty) Ltd 104
Hot Dog Cafe (Pty) Ltd 106
Hungry Lion Fast Foods (Pty) Ltd 108
Imperium Franchise Holdings (Pty) Ltd 110
Kauai Juice (Pty) Ltd 113
KFC (Pty) Ltd 114
King Pie Holdings (Pty) Ltd 117
KK Doughnuts SA (Pty) Ltd 120
Krugkor Franchise (Pty) Ltd 123
Laudian Franchise Management One (Pty) Ltd 126
Le Fera (Pty) Ltd 128
Main Event Catering (Pty) Ltd 130
Mochachos Franchise Management (Pty) Ltd 132
MSA Devco (Pty) Ltd 135
OBC Group (Pty) Ltd 138
Ocean Basket Franchise Company (Pty) Ltd 141
Open Food Group (Pty) Ltd 144
Par-Avion (Pty) Ltd 146
Pie City Holdings (Pty) Ltd 148
Pizza Hut (Pty) Ltd 150
Primi World (Pty) Ltd 152
Retsol Stores (Pty) Ltd 154
Roman's Pizza (Pretoria) (Pty) Ltd 157
Sandwich Baron Franchising CC 160
Seattle Coffee Company (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd 162
Simply Asia Franchise Holdings (Pty) Ltd 165
Sodexo Southern Africa (Pty) Ltd 168
Source Food Catering and Events (Pty) Ltd 170
Spur Corporation Ltd 171
Streamline Brands (Pty) Ltd 176
Sumptuous Caterers (Pty) Ltd 179
Tsebo Solutions Group (Pty) Ltd 181
View Rock Trading (Pty) Ltd 185
Why Cook (Pty) Ltd 187
Wiesenhof Coffee Roastery (Pty) Ltd 189
Xantium Trading 471 (Pty) Ltd 192

Introduction

South Africa’s dynamic restaurant, fast food and catering sector, which generated total revenue of around R68.27bn in 2018, provides employment to over 200,000 people. During the past decade, food and beverages brands have flooded the domestic market, augmenting the competitiveness of the sector. While the technological revolution continues to disrupt the industry, making fast food delivery ever faster and more automated, role players report that a consumer revolution is steadily gaining momentum. Menus are increasingly reflecting consumer demand for nutritious ingredients that are procured in a sustainable and ethical manner. With a South African restaurant recently claiming the title of the world’s best restaurant, stakeholders say that ‘slow dining’ is making a strong comeback. Meanwhile, damning allegations made at the Zondo commission into state capture have placed South Africa’s outsourced catering segment under the spotlight.

Strengths

• All segments of the sector are characterised by a diverse spectrum of service providers, with players ranging from sole proprietors to international megabrands.
• Food and beverage services franchising is a robust industry that has managed to withstand economic pressures.
• Food and beverages franchising models provide an effective entrepreneurial ‘safety-net’ and support-network.
• Franchise networks in the sector have an extensive geographical footprint, with multiple outlets spread across South Africa, and beyond its borders.
• The industry is well established and highly innovative.

Weaknesses

• Enforcement of regulations remains inadequate.
• Overheads are high and profit margins are slim.
• Quality control is inadequate, particularly in the informal sector.
• Start-up capital is often difficult to access and suitable sites are commonly difficult and costly to procure.

Opportunities

• Development of innovative, indigenous menus and high-end culinary services to cater for tourists and high-income earners.
• Expansion into the rest of Africa, the Middle East and other international markets.
• Expansion into untapped domestic markets, including townships and rural communities.
• The development of affordable food franchising models
• The establishment of restaurants that appeal to the more ethically-minded Millennial consumer who is increasingly demanding organically produced dishes, or vegetarian and vegan dishes.
• The introduction of high-speed food delivery systems.
• The local market lends itself to the development of micro and small food service businesses.

Threats

• Disruptive labour disputes and protest action, as witnessed during the #OutsourcingMustFall campaign.
• Harsher liquor regulations, which could impact negatively on the restaurant trade.
• The industry is vulnerable to domestic and global economic pressures, which invariably lead to a decline in consumer spending.
• The recurrence of load-shedding, which results in losses in perishable inventory and sales revenue.
• The strict enforcement of the requirements of the Competition Act, which are inconsistent with the business practices of franchising, could sabotage the operations of the franchisor.

Outlook

With Wolfgat restaurant taking top honours at the 2019 World Restaurant Awards, South Africa has showcased the excellence of innovative indigenous cuisine. Role players anticipate that the restaurant’s victory will generate huge interest in sustainably-produced local dishes. Fine dining restaurants targeting international tourists and upper-income earners are expected to be well patronised. Competition for a share of the nation’s stomach is set to intensify across the fast food and casual dining segments, as consumers’ disposable incomes continue to shrink. Given prevailing economic pressures and political tensions, analysts predict that the roll out of new outlets will slow, pending the outcome of the forthcoming general election. With public entities and private sector clients endeavouring to trim excess fat from their budgets, the trading environment in the catering segment is expected to remain muted. Public sector catering contracts are widely anticipated to come under intense scrutiny.

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Table of Contents

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1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Value Chain 3
2.2. Geographic Position 5
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 5
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 7
4.1. Local 7
4.1.1. Corporate Actions 15
4.1.2. Regulations 17
4.1.3. Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development Initiatives 20
4.2. Continental 23
4.3. International 26
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 30
5.1. Government Intervention 30
5.2. Economic Environment 30
5.3. Rising Input Costs 31
5.4. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 32
5.5. Retail Developments 33
5.6. Cyclicality 34
5.7. Labour Resources 34
5.8. Environmental Concerns 38
5.9. Advertising and Marketing 38
6. COMPETITION 39
6.1. Barriers to Entry 40
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 41
8. OUTLOOK 42
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 42
10. REFERENCES 43
10.1. Publications 43
10.2. Websites 43
APPENDIX 1 45
Summary of Notable Players 45
COMPANY PROFILES 54
ADEGA RESTAURANTS CC 54
AIR CHEFS (SOC) LTD 56
ANAT FOODS (PTY) LTD 58
BIDVEST CATERING SERVICES (PTY) LTD 61
BURGER BISTRO FRANCHISING (PTY) LTD 63
CHICKENLAND (PTY) LTD 65
CSG FOOD SOLUTIONS (PTY) LTD 67
DELMONT CALDOW CATERERS (PTY) LTD 69
DULCE MILKWOOD (PTY) LTD 71
ECLECTIC BRANDS (PTY) LTD 74
ELIXIR CONCEPTS (PTY) LTD 76
EMPACT GROUP (PTY) LTD 79
FAMOUS BRANDS LTD 83
FEEDEM GROUP (PTY) LTD 89
FOURNEWS DEVELOPMENTS (PTY) LTD 91
GOLD BRANDS INVESTMENTS LTD 94
GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN (PTY) LTD 97
GRAND PARADE INVESTMENTS LTD 100
HENTIQ 2517 (PTY) LTD 103
HOT DOG CAFE (PTY) LTD 105
IMPERIUM FRANCHISE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 107
KFC (PTY) LTD 110
KING PIE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 113
KRUGKOR FRANCHISE (PTY) LTD 116
LE FERA (PTY) LTD 119
LSG SKY CHEFS SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 121
MAIN EVENT CATERING (PTY) LTD 123
MIKE'S KITCHEN FRANCHISING (PTY) LTD 125
MOCHACHOS FRANCHISE MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD 128
MSA DEVCO (PTY) LTD 131
OBC GROUP (PTY) LTD 134
OCEAN BASKET FRANCHISE COMPANY (PTY) LTD 136
OPEN FOOD GROUP (PTY) LTD 139
PAR-AVION (PTY) LTD 141
PIZZA HUT (PTY) LTD 142
POPEYES LOUISIANA KITCHEN 144
PRIMI WORLD (PTY) LTD 145
RETSOL STORES (PTY) LTD 148
ROMAN'S PIZZA (PRETORIA) CC 151
SAFFRON KITCHEN (PTY) LTD 154
SEATTLE COFFEE COMPANY (SOUTH AFRICA) (PTY) LTD 155
SODEXO SOUTHERN AFRICA (PTY) LTD 158
SOURCE FOOD CATERING AND EVENTS (PTY) LTD 160
SPUR CORPORATION LTD 161
STREAMLINE BRANDS (PTY) LTD 166
SUMPTUOUS CATERERS (PTY) LTD 169
TASTE HOLDINGS LTD 171
TOTALLY KOSHER CC 175
TSEBO SOLUTIONS GROUP (PTY) LTD 176
WHY COOK (PTY) LTD 179
WIESENHOF COFFEE ROASTERY (PTY) LTD 181
XANTIUM TRADING 471 (PTY) LTD 184

Report coverage

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry report examines current conditions and key trends in the industry, reviews the performance of local players and discusses the factors that influence the success of the sector. Profiles are provided for 46 companies including Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) which is the leading fast food brand in South Africa. Also profiled is dominant player in the catering sub-sector, Tsebo Catering Solutions. In February 2017 Wendel, a leading European-listed investment firm, announced that it had acquired 65% of the share capital of Tsebo Solutions Group valued at R5.25bn.

Report coverage

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry report examines current conditions and key trends in the industry, reviews the performance of local players and discusses the factors that influence the success of the sector. Profiles are provided for 46 companies including Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) which is the leading fast food brand in South Africa. Also profiled is dominant player in the catering sub-sector, Tsebo Catering Solutions. In February 2017 Wendel, a leading European-listed investment firm, announced that it had acquired 65% of the share capital of Tsebo Solutions Group valued at R5.25bn.

Introduction

The South African restaurant, fast food and catering sector, which generated revenue of more than R57.25bn in 2016, is a highly innovative and dynamic industry. In recent years, the local market has been flooded with new offerings and the industry has become even more competitive. Although franchisors continue to roll out new restaurants and outlets, stakeholders say that in the current economic climate the industry’s appetite for expansion appears to have diminished. With their clients endeavouring to tighten their belts by yet another notch, players in South Africa’s catering segment also remain under pressure.

Strengths

• All segments of the sector are characterised by a diverse spectrum of service providers, with players ranging from sole proprietors to international super-brands.
• Food and beverage franchising is a robust industry that has managed to withstand economic pressures.
• Food and beverages franchising models provide an effective entrepreneurial ‘safety-net’ and support-network.
• Franchise networks in the sector have an extensive geographical footprint, with multiple outlets spread across South Africa, Africa and beyond.
• The industry is well established and highly innovative.

Weaknesses

• Enforcement of regulations pertaining to the sector is inadequate.
• Overheads are high and profit margins are slim.
• Quality control is inadequate, particularly in the informal sector.
• Start-up capital is often difficult to access and suitable sites are commonly difficult and costly to procure.

Opportunities

• Development of innovative menus and high-end culinary services to cater for the tourism industry, as well as high-income earners.
• Expansion into the rest of Africa and the Middle East.
• Expansion into untapped domestic markets, including townships and rural communities.
• The development of affordable food franchising models
• The establishment of restaurants that appeal to the more ethically-minded Millennial consumer who is increasingly demanding organically produced dishes, or vegetarian and vegan dishes.
• The introduction of high-speed food delivery systems.
• The local market lends itself to the development of micro and small food service businesses.

Threats

• Disruptive labour disputes and protest action, as witnessed during the #OutsourcingMustFall campaign.
• Harsher liquor regulations, which could impact negatively on the restaurant trade.
• The industry is vulnerable to both domestic and global economic pressures, which invariably lead to a decline in consumer spending.
• The recurrence of frequent power outages, which result in losses in perishable inventory, as well as sales revenue.
• The strict enforcement of the requirements of South Africa’s Competition Act, which are inconsistent with the business practices of franchising, could sabotage the operations of the franchisor.

Outlook

Tech-driven delivery is making South Africa’s fast food segment even faster and more automated. However, while the future prospect of pizza deliveries by unmanned drones may appeal to many consumers, some commentators say that the concept of ‘slow dining’ is set to make a comeback. Role players predict that menus will increasingly reflect growing consumer demand for nutritious ingredients that are procured in a sustainable and ethical manner. Given the prevailing climate of political uncertainty, coupled with South Africa’s poor economic prognosis, trading conditions in the sector are not expected to improve in the short to medium-term. Going forward, expansion in the food and beverages franchising segment is expected to remain muted and further outlet closures are not unlikely. Role players predict that franchisors will adopt a more cautious approach to expansion and will increasingly rely on smaller format restaurants to grow their respective brand footprints. Stakeholders in the catering industry anticipate that the trading environment in the segment will remain constrained, as public entities and private sector clients implement further cost-cutting measures.

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Table of Contents

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1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Value Chain 2
2.2. Geographic Position 4
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 5
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 16
4.1. Local 16
4.1.1. Corporate Actions 23
4.1.2. Regulations 25
4.1.3. Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development Initiatives 29
4.2. Continental 32
4.3. International 33
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 36
5.1. Government Intervention 36
5.2. Economic Environment 37
5.3. Rising Input Costs 38
5.4. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 41
5.5. Retail Developments 42
5.6. Cyclicality 43
5.7. Labour Resources 43
5.8. Environmental Concerns 47
5.9. Advertising and Social Media 48
6. COMPETITION 49
6.1. Barriers to Entry 49
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 50
8. OUTLOOK 51
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 52
10. REFERENCES 53
10.1. Publications 53
10.2. Websites 53
COMPANY PROFILES 55
ADEGA RESTAURANTS CC 55
AIR CHEFS (SOC) LTD 57
ANAT FOODS (PTY) LTD 59
BIDVEST CATERING SERVICES (PTY) LTD 61
BURGER BISTRO FRANCHISING (PTY) LTD 63
CHICKENLAND (PTY) LTD 65
COMPASS GROUP SOUTHERN AFRICA (PTY) LTD 67
DELMONT CALDOW CATERERS (PTY) LTD 71
DULCE MILKWOOD (PTY) LTD 73
ECLECTIC BRANDS TRADING (PTY) LTD 75
ELIXIR CONCEPTS (PTY) LTD 77
FAMOUS BRANDS LTD 79
FEEDEM GROUP (PTY) LTD 84
FOURNEWS DEVELOPMENTS (PTY) LTD 86
GOLD BRANDS INVESTMENTS LTD 89
GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN (PTY) LTD 92
GRAND PARADE INVESTMENTS LTD 94
HENTIQ 2517 (PTY) LTD 97
HOT DOG CAFE (PTY) LTD 99
IMPERIUM FRANCHISE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 101
KFC (PTY) LTD 103
KING PIE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 106
KRUGKOR FRANCHISE (PTY) LTD 108
LE FERA (PTY) LTD 110
LSG SKY CHEFS SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 112
MIKE'S KITCHEN FRANCHISING (PTY) LTD 114
MOCHACHOS FRANCHISE MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD 116
MSA DEVCO (PTY) LTD 119
NINO'S GROUP (PTY) LTD 122
OBC GROUP (PTY) LTD 124
OCEAN BASKET FRANCHISE COMPANY (PTY) LTD 126
PIZZA HUT (PTY) LTD 128
POPEYES LOUISIANA KITCHEN 130
PRIMI WORLD (PTY) LTD 131
RETSOL STORES (PTY) LTD 133
ROMAN'S PIZZA (PRETORIA) CC 135
SEATTLE COFFEE COMPANY (SOUTH AFRICA) (PTY) LTD 137
SODEXO SOUTHERN AFRICA (PTY) LTD 139
SPUR CORPORATION LTD 141
STREAMLINE BRANDS CC 146
TASTE HOLDINGS LTD 148
TRADE-OFF 78 (PTY) LTD 152
TSEBO SOLUTIONS GROUP (PTY) LTD 153
WHY COOK (PTY) LTD 156
WIESENHOF COFFEE ROASTERY (PTY) LTD 157
XANTIUM TRADING 471 (PTY) LTD 159

Report Coverage

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry report examines current conditions and key trends in the industry, outlines recent developments and corporate activity, and discusses the factors that influence the success of the sector. Local market leaders, Famous Brands, with its 25 domestic and global brands, and Taste Holdings with its newly-acquired Starbucks brand, are just two of the 41 companies profiled. Also profiled are Gold Brands, whose Chesa Nyama brand is currently the fastest-growing brand in South Africa, and Nando’s, generally viewed as South Africa’s most successful food franchise export with a global network of over 1,000 restaurants in 30 countries, across five continents.

Introduction

This report focuses on South Africa’s restaurant, fast food and catering industry. The sector, which generated revenue of approximately R49.28bn in 2015, promotes entrepreneurship and is estimated to provide approximately 200,000 local jobs. In the catering industry however, insiders warn that a great number of jobs are likely to be shed following the recent ‘OutsourcingMustFall’ protest action that took place at institutions of higher learning across the country. Notwithstanding the challenges facing the industry, local and international food franchise brands continue to mushroom in the local market. With tech-driven delivery poised to make the fast food industry even faster, Starbucks Coffee Company and Dunkin’ Donuts are the latest global mega-brands to open for business in South Africa.

Strengths

• All segments of the sector are characterised by a diverse spectrum of service providers, with players ranging from sole proprietors to international super brands.
• Food and beverage franchising is a robust industry, that has managed to withstand economic pressures.
• Food and beverages franchising models provide an effective entrepreneurial ‘safety net’ and support network.
• Franchise networks in the sector have an extensive geographical footprint, with multiple outlets spread across South Africa, Africa and beyond.

Weaknesses

• Enforcement of regulations pertaining to the sector is inadequate.
• Overheads are high and profit margins are slim.
• Start-up capital is often difficult to access and suitable sites are commonly difficult and costly to procure.
• The workforce is largely transient and staff retention is a challenge.

Opportunities

• Development of innovative menus and high-end culinary services to cater for the tourism industry, as well as high income earners.
• Expansion into Africa and the Middle East.
• Expansion into untapped domestic markets, including townships and rural communities.
• The development of affordable food franchising models
• The introduction of high-speed food delivery systems.

Threats

• Disruptive labour disputes and protest action, as witnessed during the OutsourcingMustFall campaign.
• Harsher smoking and liquor regulations, which could impact negatively on the restaurant trade.
• Power outages, which result in losses in perishable inventory, as well as sales revenue.
• Soaring food inflation.
• The industry is vulnerable to both domestic and global economic pressures, which invariably lead to a decline in consumer spending.
• The strict enforcement of the requirements of South Africa’s Competition Act, which are inconsistent with the business practices of franchising, could sabotage the operations of the franchisor.

Outlook

Economists predict that consumer spending will remain under pressure as South Africans grapple with higher inflation and rising debt servicing costs. While this is expected to have a negative impact on dining establishments patronised by middle income diners, high-end restaurants catering for upper income earners and foreign tourists are not expected to experience a significant decline in business. In response to the progressive shift towards healthy eating and ethical consumption, service providers are expected to become increasingly supportive of sustainable food practices. Stakeholders are generally positive about the future prospects of the domestic Fast Food market. Although the segment is becoming increasingly competitive, demand is predicted to remain robust. In line with international trends, the Quick Service Restaurant segment is set to become healthier, faster and more automated. As more customers place their orders via various online and mobile platforms, fast food service delivery is expected to become like a virtual drive-thru window. With government departments, public entities and companies in the private sector seeking to further reduce non-essential spending, many role players in the catering segment are anticipating another lean year, as fat is trimmed from catering budgets. The negative outlook is further dampened by the possible resurgence of outsourcing protests.

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The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa
The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa 2016

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Table of Contents

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PAGE
1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Value Chain 2
2.2. Geographic Position 4
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 4
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 15
4.1. Local 15
4.1.1. Corporate Actions 20
4.1.2. Regulations 23
4.1.3. Enterprise Development and Socio-Economic Development Initiatives 26
4.2. Continental 28
4.3. International 30
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 32
5.1. Government Intervention 32
5.2. Economic Environment 33
5.3. Rising Input Costs 35
5.4. Trends 36
5.5. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 37
5.6. Retail Developments 39
5.7. Cyclicality 41
5.8. Labour Resources 42
5.9. Environmental Concerns 45
6. COMPETITION 47
6.1. Barriers to Entry 48
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 49
8. OUTLOOK 50
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 51
10. REFERENCES 51
10.1. Publications 51
10.2. Websites 52
APPENDIX 1 54
Trademark Franchising and Business Format Franchising 54
APPENDIX 2 55
Food and Beverages Income at Current Prices by Type of Enterprise: 1 September 2015 – 29 February 2016 (R’million) 0
APPENDIX 3 56
Fast Food Franchise Set-Up Costs and Franchise Fees in South Africa - 2015 56
COMPANY PROFILES 57
ADEGA RESTAURANTS CC 57
AIR CHEFS (SOC) LTD 59
ANAT FOODS (PTY) LTD 61
AURAM RESTAURANTS COMPANY (PTY) LTD 63
CHICKENLAND (PTY) LTD 66
COMPASS GROUP SOUTHERN AFRICA (PTY) LTD 68
DELMONT CALDOW CATERERS (PTY) LTD 72
DULCE MILKWOOD (PTY) LTD 74
ECLECTIC BRANDS TRADING (PTY) LTD 76
ELIXIR CONCEPTS (PTY) LTD 78
FAMOUS BRANDS LTD 80
FEEDEM PITSENG (PTY) LTD 87
FOURNEWS DEVELOPMENTS (PTY) LTD 90
GOLD BRANDS INVESTMENTS LTD 92
GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN (PTY) LTD 95
GRAND PARADE INVESTMENTS LTD 97
HENTIQ 2517 (PTY) LTD 101
HOT DOG CAFE (PTY) LTD 103
IMPERIUM FRANCHISE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 105
KFC (PTY) LTD 107
KING PIE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 110
KRUGKOR FRANCHISE (PTY) LTD 112
LSG SKY CHEFS SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 114
MIKE'S KITCHEN FRANCHISING (PTY) LTD 116
MOCHACHOS FRANCHISE MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD 119
NINO'S GROUP (PTY) LTD 121
OCEAN BASKET FRANCHISE COMPANY (PTY) LTD 123
PIZZA HUT (PTY) LTD 125
PRIMI WORLD (PTY) LTD 127
RETSOL STORES (PTY) LTD 129
ROMAN'S PIZZA (PRETORIA) CC 131
ROYALMNANDI (PTY) LTD 133
SEATTLE COFFEE COMPANY (SOUTH AFRICA) (PTY) LTD 135
SODEXO SOUTHERN AFRICA (PTY) LTD 137
SPUR CORPORATION LTD 140
STREAMLINE BRANDS CC 145
TASTE HOLDINGS LTD 147
TRADE-OFF 78 (PTY) LTD 152
TSEBO SOLUTIONS GROUP (PTY) LTD 154
WIESENHOF COFFEE ROASTERY (PTY) LTD 157
XANTIUM TRADING 471 (PTY) LTD 159

Introduction

This report focuses on South Africa’s restaurant, fast food and catering industry. The sector, which generated revenue of R42.94bn and provided around 200,000 jobs in 2013, has proved to be relatively resilient to recessionary pressures. The South African fast food segment has performed consistently well and in recent years competition for market share has intensified with Pizza Hut and Domino’s Pizza being the latest mega-brands to vie for a slice of the pie. Despite South Africa’s growing appetite for food and beverages, the sector is not without its operational challenges. The most significant of these is the prospect of rolling black-outs, which continues to pose a substantial threat to the profitability of the industry.

Strengths

• Food and beverage franchising is a robust industry, that has managed to withstand economic pressures because of the effective entrepreneurial ‘safety-net’ and support-network.
• Franchise networks in the sector have an extensive geographical footprint, with multiple outlets spread across South Africa, Africa and beyond.
• The sector is both competitive and diverse, with players ranging from sole proprietors to international super-brands.

Weaknesses

• Enforcement of regulations pertaining to the sector is inadequate.
• Overheads are high and profit margins are slim.
• Start-up capital is often difficult to access and suitable sites are commonly difficult and costly to procure.
• The workforce is largely transient and staff retention is a challenge.

Opportunities

•  Introduction of affordable mobile franchise brands.
• Development of innovative menus and culinary services to support the tourism industry.
• Expansion into Africa and the Middle East.
• Expansion into untapped domestic markets, including townships and rural communities.
• Introducing the emerging middle class to new culinary experiences.

Threats

• Erratic power supply and load-shedding, which results in losses in perishable inventory, as well as sales revenue.
• Harsher smoking and liquor regulations, which could impact negatively on the restaurant trade.
• Recessionary pressures.
• The strict enforcement of the requirements of South Africa’s Competition Act, which are inconsistent with the business practices of franchising, could sabotage the operations of the franchisor.

Outlook

Although the restaurant, fast food and catering sector has remained generally robust in the face of economic pressures, analysts warn that some eateries will not be able to survive further losses resulting from the country’s erratic power supply. They caution that the power crisis facing South Africa could have a devastating effect on the sector. While high-end restaurants catering for foreign tourists and upper income earners have been largely unaffected by South Africa’s sluggish economic recovery, the profit margins of full-service restaurants catering for middle income diners remain constrained. Stakeholders believe that catering companies supplying public entities are likely to come under increasing pressure, as government reduces expenditure on non-essential allocations. However, the fast food segment is expected to remain buoyant. In the restaurant segment, analysts predict that there will be a revival of traditional South African cooking. They anticipate that menus will increasingly feature local ingredients and that sustainable production will progressively become an integral aspect of the restaurant trade. While the dominance of fast food chicken brands is not threatened in the short term, analysts believe that pizza brands will steadily gain market share at the expense of both chicken and burger brands. Stakeholders predict that the entry into the local market of Domino’s Pizza and Pizza Hut will increase competition which could result in a price war.

The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa
The Restaurant, Fast Food and Catering Industry in South Africa 2014

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Table of Contents

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PAGE
1. INTRODUCTION 1
2. DESCRIPTION OF THE INDUSTRY 1
2.1. Industry Supply Chain 2
2.2. Geographic Position 3
3. SIZE OF THE INDUSTRY 3
4. STATE OF THE INDUSTRY 10
4.1. Local 10
4.1.1. Corporate Actions 12
4.1.2. Regulations & Government Programmes 13
4.1.3. Enterprise Development and Social Economic Development 16
4.2. Continental 20
4.3. International 21
5. INFLUENCING FACTORS 22
5.1. Government Intervention 22
5.2. Economic Environment 23
5.3. Rising Input Costs 23
5.4. Trends 24
5.5. Retail Developments 24
5.6. Information Technology and Technology 26
5.7. Cyclicality 26
5.8. Labour 26
5.8.1. General 26
5.8.2. Skills Development and Training 27
5.8.3. Unions 27
5.9. Environmental Concerns 28
6. COMPETITION 29
6.1. Barriers to Entry 29
6.2. Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation 30
7. SWOT ANALYSIS 31
8. OUTLOOK 31
9. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS 32
10. REFERENCES 32
10.1. Publications 32
10.2. Websites 32
APPENDIX 1 34
Food and Beverages Income at Current Prices: 01 May 2014 – 31 October 2014 (R’million) 34
Year-on-year percentage change in food and beverage income at current prices: 01 May 2014 – 31 October 2014 34
ORGANOGRAM 6420a 35
Restaurant and Take-Away Franchises 35
COMPANY PROFILES 37
ADEGA RESTAURANTS CC 37
ANAT FALAFEL & SHWARMA CC 38
AURAM RESTAURANTS COMPANY (PTY) LTD 40
BURGER KING (RF) SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 42
CHICKENLAND (PTY) LTD 44
DULCE MILKWOOD (PTY) LTD 46
ECLECTIC BRANDS (PTY) LTD 47
ELIXIR CONCEPTS (PTY) LTD 48
FAMOUS BRANDS LTD 50
FOURNEWS DEVELOPMENTS (PTY) LTD 54
GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN (PTY) LTD 55
HENTIQ 2517 (PTY) LTD 57
HOT DOG CAFÉ (PTY) LTD 58
IMPERIUM FRANCHISE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 59
KING PIE HOLDINGS (PTY) LTD 60
KRUGKOR FRANCHISE (PTY) LTD 62
MIKE'S KITCHEN FRANCHISING (PTY) LTD 63
MOCHACHOS FRANCHISE MANAGEMENT (PTY) LTD 64
NINO'S GROUP (PTY) LTD 66
PRIMI WORLD (PTY) LTD 68
RETSOL STORES (PTY) LTD 70
ROMAN'S PIZZA (PRETORIA) CC 72
SPUR CORPORATION LTD 73
STREAMLINE BRANDS CC 76
TASTE HOLDINGS LTD 77
YUM! RESTAURANTS INTERNATIONAL (PTY) LTD 80
ORGANOGRAM 6420b 82
Caterers 82
COMPANY PROFILES 83
AIR CHEFS (SOC) LTD 83
COMPASS GROUP SOUTHERN AFRICA (PTY) LTD 85
DELMONT CALDOW CATERERS (PTY) LTD 87
FEEDEM PITSENG (PTY) LTD 89
LSG SKY CHEFS SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD 91
ROYALMNANDI (PTY) LTD 92
SODEXO SOUTHERN AFRICA (PTY) LTD 94
TSEBO OUTSOURCING GROUP (PTY) LTD 96