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Sales of Toys in Australia Increased 69% in Week Ending March 29

According The NPD Group, Australia’s toy industry saw dollar increase 69% and unit sales increase 29% for the week ending March 29, the best performing week in 2020 so far

The NPD Group: Australians Began Turning to Restaurant Pick-Up and Delivery Services Prior to Government Restrictions in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

In February 2020, in restaurant dining decreased while there was a noteworthy increase in most of the off premises dining occasions, including delivery, pick-up, and drive-thru services

Industry Trends

COVID-19 Impact on Foodservice in South Korea

During South Korea’s COVID-19 outbreak in February and March, the number of people eating out decreased, causing sharp declines in sales. On-premise dining was down, but the delivery market showed a noticeable increase.

Food Quality Expectations Rise in Australia

In the past, food items that didn’t put quality first could still appeal to consumers as long as they were affordable. The game has changed — food quality has increased in importance to consumers in Australia every year over the past decade.

Foodservice Spotlight

2020 definitely has been an unusual year for the toys industry. In the first four months, dollar sales increased +17% whilst unit sales increased +0.7%. Average price grew +16%, from $15.30 to $17.77.

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