The Moodie Davitt Report 07/2019 – casualfood opens superfood pop-up store at Frankfurt Airport

casualfood has unveiled new concept Superfood by Natural at Frankfurt Airport. The pop-up store is aimed at the growing number of travellers who opt for a healthy diet.

With the 35sq m store, casualfood aims to provide healthy fast food to take away. The new outlet is in the airside area of Terminal A.


The Moodie Davitt Report 03/2019 – Casualfood develops innovative solution for grilling with no exhaust air

Travel food specialist casualfood has developed an innovative solution that allows food to be grilled in retail spaces that could not previously be used for conventional food services.

The solution comprises an indirect grill and special recirculating air technology, and has been implemented at casualfood’s new Hermann’s restaurant at Frankfurt Airport.


The Moodie Davitt Report 02/2019 – casualfood posts 11% year-on-year increase in net sales in 2018

Casualfood has reported an 11% year-on-year increase in net sales in 2018, totalling €57.3 million (US$65 million).

The travel food specialist launched two new concepts in 2018: Brezel Lovers at Frankfurt Airport and Beans & Barley at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport. “Both concepts have been extremely well received by customers and are proving immensely popular,” Casualfood reported.


Foodie Report 10/2018: casualfood aims to carve out a new niche

Swiss food group Orior recently took a 35% stake in casualfood. The German travel food & beverage specialist sees the partnership as an ideal platform to further develop the company and ramp up expansion. Jason Holland spoke to casualfood Managing Partner Stefan Weber to get the latest on the company’s ambitious growth plans.


Moodie Davitt Report 10/2018 – Coffee and craft beer: Casualfood introduces Beans & Barley to Berlin-Schönefeld Airport

Travel food specialist Casualfood has unveiled a new Beans & Barley concept at Berlin-Schönefeld Airport. The Terminal A airside Level 1 outlet offers craft beer and coffee, along with a range of sweet and savoury snacks in a space just under 40sq m.



The Moodie Davitt Report, 02/18: Casualfood forges ahead

Casualfood has reported a near +20% increase in proGts in 2017, with net sales reaching €51.5 million (US$64.3 million).

Last year, casualfood opened Gve new locations, taking its operations to a total of 59 units across 12 different food & beverage concepts in travel retail.


The Foodie Report, 5/17: Energy and emotion. Charting the rapid rise of Germany’s casualfood.

German travel catering company casualfood has grown from operating a single conveniently located pretzel stand at Frankfurt airport to the point where it now runs 60 outlets and has 11 proprietary brands. Sustainable, quality growth both at home and elsewhere in Europe is now on the agenda.