As part of its continuing initiatives to increase its existence in the Middle East region, Man' oushe Street, a popular Middle Eastern restaurant that serves traditional, home-styled street food, has exposed the signing of a tactical new master franchise arrangement with the Al Rajhi Group, a top global holding investment group in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), to open up 25 new branches in Riyadh, where two branches will open prior to completion of this year. The arrangement is being lauded as a timely and tactical action as recent industry records reveal junk food worth sales in the KSA is being anticipated to expand at a compounded annual development price (CAGR) of 4 per cent in the next five years - peaking at SAR 30.1 billion in 2021.
Recent reports have shown that the KSA' s F & B segment has been performing wonderfully. In fact, the sector is expected to reach USD 121 million in revenue for 2017, showing a CAGR of 14.6 per cent in a market quantity of USD 208 million over the following five years. On top of that, reports have actually likewise anticipated that customer penetration will certainly be at nine per cent this year and hit 11.3 percent by 2021. To date, the average revenue per user (ARPU) amounts to USD 58.42 million.
" These are genuinely exciting times for Saudi Arabia's F&B sector and this new agreement with Male' oushe Road will allow us the chance to make our mark in this quickly growing segment. We are confident that we will certainly be able to retain the mark of excellence that Male' oushe Road has actually become famous for and something that we additionally cooperate usual," said Khalid Abdullah Al Rajhi, Al Rajhi Group. "Man’oushe Street trademark offerings is expected to be a crowd favorite in the KSA, particularly below in the kingdom's resources as it stands for a winning mix for those desiring a fast dish that is highly healthy yet easy on the budget plan."
The development of the nation's fast food section is commonly associateded with the low presence of other home entertainment centers and the raised development of the kingdom's young person population. These two factors, together with the nation's proceeding rapid urbanization, has actually reinforced the sector's continuing development, sustaining a demand for food that is quickly, inexpensive and healthy.
"Over the last few years, Male'oushe Road has positioned itself as a leading gamer in the region's junk food industry. This new contract with the Al Rajhi Group shows our efforts to carry out a new roadmap in the direction of more enhancing and increasing our presence in the center East. This is a site contract for Man'oushe Road, as it is our first time to enter the KSA market with the preliminary opening of 25 branches in Riyadh. Rest assured, we stay unfaltering in our dedication to work closely with our new partner, the Al Rajhi Group, making Man’oushe Street a highly liked convenience food brand name in the Kingdom," concluded Jihad El Eit, CEO and Founder, Man’oushe Street.