2013 International Top 25: Asia-Pacific

2013 International Top 25: Asia-Pacific

This story is a part of NRN’s International Top 25, an annual look at the 25 largest restaurant chains and companies based outside of the United States and Canada based on their worldwide foodservice sales. Sales and figures were calculated by London-based Euromonitor International.

Foodservice players based in Japan lead the way in Asia — all five of the region’s biggest brands are headquartered in the island nation — with strong  convenience-store development and a sharp focus on domestic customers driving progress.

The c-store format dominates in Japan, and increasingly across the Asia-Pacific region. C-store operators hold the top three positions in terms of sales, with 7-Eleven and its parent company, retail conglomerate Seve

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