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America’s Restaurants By the Numbers

Florida

Employment Almost one in 10 working Americans work in restaurants.

Restaurant Industry at a Glance

The Food Dollar Restaurants’ share of the food dollar is rising.

25%

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estaurants in Florida are a driving force in the state’s economy. Their sales generate tremendous tax revenues. They provide jobs and build careers for thousands of people. They also provide healthful options for their guests, give back to their communities, and work to reduce their impact on the environment. Visit www.restaurant.org to learn more about what the restaurant industry does for Florida and the nation in four key areas: profitability and entrepreneurship, jobs and careers, food and healthy living, and sustainability and social responsibility.

49% 1955

Present

Sales (in billions)

$604.2

The U.S. restaurant industry’s sales in 2011 will exceed $600 billion.

$379.0

$239.3

Florida Restaurants by the Numbers … Sales

In 2011, Florida’s restaurants are projected to register $30.1 billion in sales.

Locations The Power of $1

In 2009, there were 34,035 eating and drinking places in Florida.

Every $1 spent in Florida’s restaurants generates an additional $1.03 in sales for the state economy.

$119.6 $42.8

Jobs

Restaurants employ 794,300 people in Florida.

2011 Employment*

2021 Employment*

794,300

927,100

Restaurant jobs represent

11% The Power of $1 Million

Every extra $1 million spent in Florida’s eating and drinking places generates an additional 26.5 jobs in the state.

of employment in Florida.

1970

1980

* Projections

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Get the full 2011 Restaurant Industry Forecast at www.restaurant.org/forecast.

2000

* Projected Source: National Restaurant Association

16.7% job growth expected by 2021, or

132,800 new jobs www.restaurant.org

Source: National Restaurant Association

1990

www.frla.org

2011*


U.S. SENATORS

Florida’s Restaurants: Driving Jobs and Entrepreneurship in Every Congressional District

Bill Nelson (D) Marco Rubio (R)

Cong. district U.S. RepresentativeS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Jeff Miller (R) Steve Southerland II (R) Corrine Brown (D) Ander Crenshaw (R) Richard B. Nugent (R) Cliff Stearns (R) John Mica (R) Daniel Webster (R) Gus M. Bilirakis (R) C. W. “Bill” Young (R) Kathy Castor (D) Dennis A. Ross (R) Vern Buchanan (R) Connie Mack (R) Bill Posey (R) Thomas J. Rooney (R) Frederica S. Wilson (D) Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R) Theodore E. Deutch (D) Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) Mario Diaz-Balart (R) Allen B. West (R) Alcee Hastings (D) Sandy Adams (R) David Rivera (R) Total

Restaurant establishments in the state*

Restaurant employees in the state*

34,035

578,700

Restaurant establishments per district*

Restaurant employees per district*

1,331 1,394 1,021 1,616 870 1,060 1,602 1,672 915 1,443 1,482 1,082 1,310 1,571 1,493 999 774 2,501 1,220 2,231 1,119 2,213 1,155 1,281 680

22,626 23,699 17,355 27,478 14,789 18,031 27,245 28,435 15,559 24,539 25,192 18,404 22,277 26,709 25,379 16,981 13,156 42,524 20,737 37,928 19,034 37,625 19,641 21,787 11,570

34,035

578,700

*Includes only eating-and-drinking places with payroll employees Districts Map: National Atlas of the United States of America

Source: National Restaurant Association, based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics & U.S. Census Bureau, 2009


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