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Food court footfall grows at double the rate of general retail - report

Savills study finds food sector dominating letting activity in suburban shopping centres

2nd December, 2016
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Food court footfall is rising at twice the rate of general retail, a new report has found.

The study from Savills on retail published this morning finds the food sector has dominated recent letting activity in suburban shopping centres.

The figures indicate that food and beverage sales are now more deeply embedded into the core business of retail.

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