Foodservices Industry Mergers and Acquisitions Deals by Top Themes in Q3 2022 – Thematic Intelligence
The global foodservice M&A market saw three M&A deals in Q3 2022 with a deal size greater than $1 billion, compared to five such deals in Q3 2021. The restaurant sub-sector was the most dominant sector in deals activity in Q1–Q3 2022. The food services industry M&A deals thematic research report provides an overview of merger and acquisition activity globally in Q3 2022 in the foodservices industry. The report provides the foodservices industry M&A deals analysis by public vs. private deals activity and cross-border vs. domestic deals activity. It also identifies the themes driving the most notable deals announced in Q3 2022 in the foodservices industry.
Foodservices Industry M&A Activity by Top Themes
Easy & Affordability
Toronto-based investment group Fairfax Financial acquired Recipe Unlimited, which owns fast-casual and fast-food brands such as East Side Mario’s, Kelseys, and Swiss Chalet. It is Canada’s largest and oldest full-service restaurant company.
MC Brazil F&B Participacoes, an investment entity controlled or managed by Mubadala Capital, has launched a tender offer to acquire an additional stake in Zamp, a Brazil-based franchise holder of the Burger King brand. Burger King is a familiar brand with consistent and well-known menu items.
Foodservices Industry M&A Deals Segmentation by Regions
APAC Ex-China, Europe, China, South and Central America, the Middle East and Africa, and North America are the key regions for the foodservices industry M&A market. Except for the Middle East and Africa, all regions recorded an increase in deal value in Q3 2022 compared to the previous quarter. North America was the most dominant region in terms of deal value for Q3-2022.
Foodservices Industry M&A Deals Analysis by Regions
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Foodservices Industry M&A Deals Segmentation by Sub-sectors
Restaurants, accommodation, retail, food delivery services, complementary services, catering service providers, pubs, clubs & bars, and vending machines are key sub-sectors in the foodservices industry M&A deals. The restaurant sub-sector was the most dominant sector in deals activity in Q1–Q3 2022, with 171 deals recorded.
Foodservices Industry M&A Deals Analysis, by Sub-sectors
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Foodservices Industry M&A Deals
Some of the key M&A activities in the food services industry in Q3 2022 include Gansu Yate Investment’s acquisition of Jinhui Liquor, Longnan Kelite’s acquisition of Jinhui Liquor, and Globatec’s acquisition of Metta Food & Lifestyle.
Foodservices Industry M&A Deals Report Overview
|Top Themes||Ease & Affordability and Simplicity|
|Key Regions||North America, Europe, China, South and Central America, Middle East and Africa, and APAC Ex-China|
|Key Sub-sectors||Restaurants, Accommodation, Retail, Food Delivery Services, Complementary Services, Catering Service Providers, Pub, Club & Bar, and Vending Machines|
- This report provides an overview of merger and acquisition activity globally in Q3 2022 in the foodservices sector
- It identifies the themes driving the most notable deals announced in Q3 2022 in the foodservices sector
Reasons to Buy
- Companies who invest in the right themes become success stories; those who miss the big themes end up as failures. If you want to understand the themes that drive the industry, simply look at the list of recent mergers and acquisitions (M&A).
- In this report, we have listed down the most notable deals in the foodservices industry to make it easy for our clients to get a view of themes disrupting the sector and prepare for the future.
Colour Bright Global
MTY Food Group
Barbeque Nation Hospitality
MC Brazil F&B Participacoes
Plant & Co
The Restaurant Group
Metta Food & Lifestyl
Big Team Ventures
The Groucho Club
Von Stephan Village
Red Apple Kitchen Cosultancy
Lettuce Love Cafe
Table of Contents
Review of global foodservice M&A deals in Q3 2022
Themes driving global foodservice M&A deals in Q3 2022
Appendix 1: Deal selection criteria
Appendix 2: Our thematic research methodology
Frequently Asked Questions
The key themes driving the merger and acquisitions in the foodservices industry are ease & affordability and simplicity.
North America, Europe, China, South and Central America, the Middle East and Africa, and APAC Ex-China are the key regions for foodservices industry M&A deals.
Restaurants, accommodation, retail, food delivery services, complementary services, catering service providers, pubs, clubs & bars, and vending machines are key sub-sectors in the foodservices industry M&A deals.
Investments and asset management recorded the highest deal activity in the global foodservices industry during Q1-Q3 2022.
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