Foodservice Disposable Serviceware
Demand for foodservice disposable serviceware is forecast to increase 3.2% per year to $6.6 billion in 2027, reflecting the increasing popularity of takeout and delivery, which will prompt increased use of disposables by full service restaurants. At the same time, gains will be somewhat mitigated by a move away from products considered unnecessary, including straws.
This report covers foodservice disposable serviceware demand by Product, Material, and Market. Data are provided in current dollar value and units.
Serviceware products include:
- cutlery and kits
- straws and stirrers
- trays and carriers
- moist towelettes
- other serviceware, such as toothpicks, coasters, and placemats
Markets for serviceware include:
- Limited Service Restaurants, including Quick Service Restaurants and Coffee and Snack Shops
- Full-Service Restaurants, including bars and cafeterias
- Retail, including convenience and grocery stores and gas stations
- Other Markets, including school and other institutions, hotels, and sports and recreation venues
Materials for disposable serviceware include:
- Plastic, including rigid, flexible, foam, and bioplastics
- Paper and Paperboard
- Aluminum, including rigid and foil
- Molded Fiber
- Other Materials, including wood and bamboo
Scope of the Report
This report covers the scope, size, and growth of the US market for foodservice disposable serviceware, including key trends in material, product, and market segments. Historical data are provided for 2012, 2017, and 2027, with forecasts through 2027. Annual data is also provided for 2018 through 2026. Data are provided in current dollar value and units. Also included is an analysis of key industry players.
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