Food away from home
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Segments covered in FAFH
- Limited service restaurants: quick service restaurants, quick casual dining, cafeteria, delivery and take-away, and buffet
- Full-service restaurants: family style restaurants, casual dining, upscale casual dining and fine dining restaurants
- Drinking place: bars & taverns
- Lodging: hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, etc.
- Retail stores (including vending machine sales),
- Recreational places (i.e. movie theaters, bowling alleys, pool parlors, sports arenas, amusement parks, camps, golf and country clubs).
Non commercial Foodservice
- Schools and colleges
- Business & industry: employees feeding in offices, factories, and plants
- Healthcare & hospitals
- And all other places (i.e. military exchanges and clubs, railroad dining cars, airlines, institutions, hospitals, boarding houses, fraternity and sorority houses, and civic and social organizations, and food facilities for military forces, civilian employees, and child day care).
- United States Department of Agriculture: U.S. Trends in Eating Away From Home - J. C. Durnagan, J. W. Hackett: http://books.google.com/books?id=qxILh9tfz9AC&lpg=PA3&ots=P9lvLzw5mG&dq=food%20away%20from%20home%20definition&pg=PA3#v=onepage&q=food%20away%20from%20home%20definition&f=false
- United States Department of Agriculture: The Demand for Food Away From Home: Full-Service or Fast Food? - H. Stewart, N. Blisard, S. Bhuyan, R. M. Nayga Jr.: http://www.ers.usda.gov/publications/aer829/aer829.pdf
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