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Pickup boosts Australian foodservice spend in Q4

50% of consumer pickup traffic was recorded from the dinner daypart.

Foodservice in Australia grew 5.2%  this Q4 compared to 2022 of the same period, according to data provided by Circana.

Pickup grew 33.3% in spend and 21.4% in traffic, outperforming all other service modes. 

Meanwhile, PM snack showed the greatest traffic volume growth and the fastest rate of increase of 10.4% for the second consecutive quarter.

Overall traffic saw a slight decline of 0.2% for the quarter. Data shows that FSR was the only channel that experienced a traffic decline of 2.7% due to on-premises and lunch occasions.

FSR Asian, FSR varied menu, and FSR steak/seafood showed the steepest declines amongst foodservice categories.


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