Turkey: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

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The number of tourists entering the country continued to increase but the real value of tourist receipts decreased in 2019. Full-service and fine dining continues to have increased sales. Fast food outlets and home delivery from them have been performing well due to continuing concerns off macroeconomic challenges including inflation and depreciation of the Turkish Lira. Cafes/Coffee shops are still trendy among young urban population. Bars, especially on the Mediterranean coast, but also in Istanbul, have been suffering due to a lack of European tourists as before. There are approximately 145,000 food service outlets in all categories which most are independent establishments.

Turkey: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional

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