NAPCS Product List for NAICS 722: Food Services and Drinking Places

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1 722 1 Meals and beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption (ready for consumption with little or no further cooking or other preparation). food and beverages purchased by those who consume the food, or by businesses or institutions on behalf of those who will consume the food. retailing of food and beverages, packaged for storage, rather than immediate consumption, is in product 2.1, Reselling services for merchandise, retail Meals and nonalcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption Meals, snacks, other food items and non-alcoholic beverages prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption (ready for consumption with little or no further cooking or other preparation). alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption, are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. meals, snacks, other food items and beverages, purchased under contract for a specified period of time, by a business, government or institution on behalf of others, for their immediate consumption, are in product 1.3, Meals and beverages for immediate consumption, prepared under long-term contract. meals, snacks, other food items and beverages purchased for an unique event are in product 1.4, Meals and beverages, prepared for catered events. Retailing of food and beverages, packaged for storage rather than immediate consumption, is in product 2.1, Reselling services for merchandise, retail. Page 1 of 21

2 Meals and nonalcoholic beverages, prepared and served Meals, snacks, other food items and non-alcoholic beverages prepared and served for immediate consumption, on the premises at a bar, table, or other place attended by a server. meals, snacks, other food items and non-alcoholic beverages served for immediate consumption on the premises, but without table service, are in product 1.1.2, Meals and non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed without table service for immediate consumption. alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption X Meals, prepared and served Meals, snacks and other food items prepared and served for immediate consumption, on the premises at a bar, table, or other place attended by a server. meals and beverages sold as a bundle X Non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and served Non-alcoholic beverages prepared and served for immediate consumption (in opened containers or glasses), on the premises at a bar, table, or other place attended by a server. Preparation includes opening, drawing, mixing, shaking or pouring. alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. Page 2 of 21

3 Meals and nonalcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed without table service for immediate consumption Meals, snacks, other food items, and non-alcoholic beverages prepared for immediate consumption, either on the premises at a table, bar or other place not attended by a server, or off the premises. Food for immediate consumption is ready for consumption with little or no further cooking or other preparation. alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption, are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. retailing of food and beverages packaged for storage rather than immediate consumption is in product 2.1, Reselling services for merchandise, retail Meals and nonalcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed without table service for consumption on the premises Meals, snacks, other food items, and non-alcoholic beverages prepared for immediate consumption, on the premises at a table or other place not attended by a server X Meals, prepared and dispensed without table service for consumption on the premises Meals, snacks and other food items, prepared for immediate consumption on the premises at a table or other place not attended by a server. meals and beverages sold as a bundle. Page 3 of 21

4 X Non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed without table service for consumption on the premises Non-alcoholic beverages prepared for immediate consumption (in opened containers or glasses) on the premises at a table or other place not attended by a server. Preparation includes opening, drawing, mixing, shaking or pouring Meals and nonalcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed for immediate consumption off the premises Meals, snacks, other food items, and non-alcoholic beverages prepared for immediate consumption, off the premises. Food for immediate consumption is ready for consumption with little or no further cooking or other preparation. meals and non-alcoholic beverages for take-out, for home delivery, purchased from a mobile vendor, or purchased at a drive-through window Meals and nonalcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed via drivethrough service Meals, snacks, other food items, and non-alcoholic beverages, prepared for immediate consumption, and sold through a drive-through or drive-up window to customers while they are still in their vehicle. Food for immediate consumption is ready for consumption with little or no further cooking or other preparation. Page 4 of 21

5 X Meals, prepared and dispensed via drivethrough service Meals, snacks, other food items, prepared for immediate consumption, and sold through a drivethrough or drive-up window to customers while they are still in their vehicle. Food for immediate consumption is ready for consumption with little or no further cooking or other preparation. meals and beverages sold as a bundle X Non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed via drive-through service Non-alcoholic beverages, prepared for immediate consumption (in opened containers or glasses), and sold through a drive-through or drive-up window to customers while they are still in their vehicle Meals and nonalcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed for immediate consumption off the premises, except via drive-through service Meals, snacks, other food items, and non-alcoholic beverages prepared for immediate consumption off the premises, except when sold through a drive-through window. Food for immediate consumption is ready for consumption with little or no further cooking or other preparation. meals and non-alcoholic beverages for take-out, for home delivery, or purchased from a mobile vendor. Page 5 of 21

6 X Meals, prepared and dispensed for immediate consumption off the premises, except via drive-through service Meals, snacks, and other food items, prepared for immediate consumption off the premises, except when sold through a drive-through window. Food for immediate consumption is ready for consumption with little or no further cooking or other preparation. meals for take-out, for home delivery, or purchased from a mobile vendor. meals and beverages sold as a bundle X Non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and dispensed for immediate consumption off the premises, except via drive-through service Non-alcoholic beverages, prepared for immediate consumption (in opened containers or glasses), off the premises, except when sold through a drive-through window. non-alcoholic beverages for take-out, for home delivery, or purchased from a mobile vendor. Page 6 of 21

7 Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption Alcoholic beverages prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption (in opened containers or glasses). Preparation includes opening, drawing, mixing, shaking, or pouring. Beverages may be served at a bar or a table. alcoholic beverages prepared and served or dispensed that are paid for directly by passengers of transportation businesses. non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption, are in product 1.1, Meals and non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. retailing of alcoholic beverages, sold in unopened cans, bottles, cartons or other containers, is in product 2.1, Reselling services for merchandise, retail X Wine and wine drinks, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption Wine or wine mixed with other ingredients (except distilled spirits), prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption (in opened containers or glasses). Preparation includes opening, mixing, shaking, or pouring. Beverages may be served at a bar or a table. alcoholic beverages prepared and served or dispensed that are paid for directly by passengers of transportation businesses. wine mixed with distilled spirits is in product 1.2.3, Drinks with distilled spirits, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. retailing of alcoholic beverages sold in unopened cans, bottles, cartons or other containers is in product 2.1, Reselling services for merchandise, retail. Page 7 of 21

8 X Beer, ale, and malt beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption Beer, ale, or malt beverages, pure or mixed with other ingredients (except distilled spirits), prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption (in opened containers or glasses). Preparation includes opening, mixing, shaking, or pouring. Beverages may be served at a bar or a table. alcoholic beverages prepared and served or dispensed that are paid for directly by passengers of transportation businesses. beer mixed with distilled spirits is in product 1.2.3, Drinks with distilled spirits, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. retailing of alcoholic beverages sold in unopened cans, bottles, cartons, or other containers is in product 2.1, Reselling services for merchandise, retail X Drinks with distilled spirits, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption Distilled spirits, served straight or mixed with other ingredients, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption (in opened containers or glasses). Preparation includes opening, drawing, mixing, shaking, or pouring. Beverages may be served at a bar or a table. alcoholic beverages prepared and served or dispensed that are paid for directly by passengers of transportation businesses. retailing of alcoholic beverages sold in unopened cans, bottles, cartons or other containers is in product 2.1, Reselling services for merchandise, retail. Page 8 of 21

9 Meals and beverages for immediate consumption, prepared under longterm contract Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages that are prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption under contract for a specified period of time, to a business, government or institution which pays the food preparer to provide the meals to a particular group of people. meals purchased by airlines, hospitals, prisons, and schools to feed their passengers, patients, inmates, students, etc. meals purchased by employers for immediate consumption by employees at remote sites such as for oil and gas exploration sites meals and non-alcoholic beverages that are paid for directly by the consumer are in product 1.1, Meals and non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. alcoholic beverages that are paid for directly by the consumer are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption X Meals and beverages for immediate consumption, prepared under longterm contract, for transportation businesses Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages that are prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption under contract for a specified period of time, to a transportation business which pays the food preparer to provide the meals for passengers and crew. alcoholic beverages that are paid for directly by passengers are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. meals and non-alcoholic beverages that are paid for directly by the consumer are in product 1.1, Meals and non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption Page 9 of 21

10 X Meals and beverages for immediate consumption, prepared under longterm contract, for other than for transportation businesses Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages that are prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption under contract for a specified period of time, to a business, government or institution (except transportation) which pays the food preparer to provide the meals to a particular group of people. meals purchased by hospitals, prisons, and schools to feed their patients, inmates, students, etc. meals purchased by employers for immediate consumption by employees at remote sites such as for oil and gas exploration sites meals and non-alcoholic beverages that are paid for directly by the consumer are in product 1.1, Meals and non-alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. alcoholic beverages that are paid for directly by the consumer are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. Page 10 of 21

11 Meals and beverages, prepared for catered events Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption at unique events, where one person or entity contracts with the catering establishment and directly pays for the food and beverages. May include transportation of the food and beverages to a site provided by the customer, or may include provision of a dining facility (such as a banquet room) by the catering establishment. sales of alcoholic beverages directly to people attending catered events ( "cash bar" sales) are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. providing a dining facility for a catered event, charged for separately from the food and beverages, is in product 2.9.1, Rental of non-residential space in buildings or other facilities. providing food service employees (such as bartenders, cooks, servers) for hire, without supervision, is in product 2.9.5, Employment services. periodic delivery of supplies of bulk coffee to an office location ( "office coffee services or coffeebreak services ), which the office people use to make coffee for themselves) are in product 2.1.9, Reselling services for other merchandise, retail X Meals and beverages, prepared for catered events held on the caterer's premises Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption at unique events, where one person or entity contracts in advance of the event with the catering establishment and directly pays for the food and beverages. This product comprises only catering services which are held at a dining facility (such as a banquet room) provided by the caterer. providing a dining facility when bundled with this service. providing a dining facility for a catered event, charged for separately from the food and beverages, is in product 2.9.1, Rental of non-residential space in buildings or other facilities. Page 11 of 21

12 Meals and beverages, prepared for catered events held at the customers premises Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption at unique events, where one person or entity contracts with the catering establishment and directly pays for the food and beverages. transportation of the food and beverages to the event site. various services at the event site (such as set-up, food preparation and food service) when bundled with this product. providing food service employees (such as bartenders, cooks, servers) for hire, without supervision, is in product 2.9.5, Employment services. periodic delivery of supplies of bulk coffee to an office location ( "office coffee services or coffeebreak services ), which the office people use to make coffee for themselves) are in product 2.1.9, Reselling services for other merchandise, retail X Meals and beverages, prepared and served at catered events on the customer's premises Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages prepared and served for immediate consumption at unique events, where one person or entity contracts with the catering establishment and directly pays for the food and beverages. only catering services which are held at a dining facility provided by the customer. transportation of the food and beverages to the event site. various services at the event site (such as set-up, food preparation, and food service) when bundled with this service. providing food service employees (such as bartenders, cooks, servers) for hire, without supervision, is in product 2.9.5, Employment services. periodic delivery of supplies of bulk coffee to an office location ( "office coffee services or coffeebreak services ), which the office people use to make coffee for themselves) are in product 2.1.9, Reselling services for other merchandise, retail. Page 12 of 21

13 X Meals and beverages, dropped off at the customer's event Meals, snacks, other food items and beverages prepared and dispensed for immediate consumption at unique events, where one person or entity contracts with the catering establishment and directly pays for the food and beverages. preparation of the food and beverages and their transportation to a dining facility provided by the customer. additional services at the event site, such as set-up, food preparation, and food service. providing food service employees (such as bartenders, cooks, servers) for hire, without supervision, is in product 2.9.5, Employment services Related services Other services provided by establishments classified in 722 as secondary products others Reselling services for merchandise, retail Retailing of merchandise purchased on own account for resale or sold on a fee or commission basis for others. Includes reselling of apparel, memorabilia, publications, prepackaged foods and beverages, and other merchandise. Also includes vending machine sales. Revenue for this product includes the gross margin, fees, and commissions earned on sales. Same as product 15.1 on 711 list others Page 13 of 21

14 X Reselling services for packaged alcoholic beverages, retail Retailing of packaged alcoholic beverages purchased on own account for resale, or sold on a fee or commission basis for others. Revenue for this product includes the gross margin, fees, and commissions earned on sales. alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption, are in product 1.2, Alcoholic beverages, prepared and served or dispensed for immediate consumption. Same as product on 721 list others X Reselling services for books, newspapers, and periodicals, retail Retailing of books, newspapers, and periodicals purchased on own account for resale or sold on a fee or commission basis for others. Includes vending machine sales. Revenue for this product includes the gross margin, fees, and commissions earned on sales. sale of own publications by publishers. Same as product on 711 list others X Reselling services for Retailing of merchandise (except newspapers, periodicals and books and packaged alcoholic merchandise, except newspapers, beverages) purchased on own account for resale or sold on a fee or commission basis for others. Includes vending machine sales. Revenue for this product includes the gross margin, fees, and periodicals and books commissions earned on sales. and packaged alcoholic beverages, Subset of product on 711 list. retail others Page 14 of 21

15 X Admissions to live performing arts performances Allowing individuals and/or groups to attend live performances of theatrical, musical, dance and other performing artists and companies. Revenue for this product include admission and coverage charges as well as "memberships" fees paid primarily for the right of admission admissions through sale of tickets to admission to individual performances, season tickets, personal seat licensing, and leasing of luxury suites or boxes. bundles of admissions with food and beverage service and backstage passes, etc. Same as product 1 on 711 list X Admissions to dance halls and clubs Allowing individuals and/or groups access to dance halls, discotheque, clubs and similar places where music is played and patrons can dance. A beverage may be included in the price of admission. Revenue for this product includes admission and coverage charges as well as "memberships" fees paid primarily for the right of admission corporate packages, birthday party packages and similar bundles of dance halls and clubs, food and beverages. admission to live musical and dance performances in concert halls, etc. Same as product 1.5 on 7139 list. Page 15 of 21

16 X Franchising Granting permission to operate a business (the franchise) under a trademark or brand name of the granting business (franchisor). licensing of rights to use intellectual property protected by patent, trade secret, or copyright law when bundled within the franchising agreement. business format franchising where the franchisee sells the franchisor's products or services and operates the business according to the system provided by the franchisor. product distribution franchising where the franchisee sells the franchisor's products in a supplierdistributor or supplier-dealer relationship advertising, training, management and administrative services charged for separately by the franchisor. product sales by the franchisor. licensing of rights to use trademarked property granted separately outside of a franchise agreement. licensing of rights to use intellectual property protected by patent and trade secret laws granted separately outside of a franchise agreement. Same as product 3 on 533 list X Other related products Other related products provided by establishments classified in NAICS others Page 16 of 21

17 X Rental of nonresidential space in buildings or other facilities Renting or leasing buildings, or space within buildings or other facilities, for non-residential uses such as office space, industrial space, retail stores, or food service. renting or leasing sites on a "concession" basis for such purposes as selling merchandise or meals at entertainment and sports venues. renting space for meetings, conventions, weddings, parties, and similar events. providing a location for the placement of coin-operated and self-service machines such as vending machines, video games, and children's mechanical rides. renting or leasing self-storage space. renting or leasing engineering works and structures. renting and leasing land. providing a location for the display of advertising messages, such as on billboards or walls. renting and leasing parking spaces. Same as product 1.3 on 531 list Page 17 of 21

18 X Room or unit accommodation for travelers Providing temporary accommodation for travelers and others, typically comprising rental of a room with bed. The accommodation is not designed to be the principal residence. Sleeping facilities may be bundled with related services such as parking, meals, recreational activities, etc. fees and penalties related to room rental, such as no-show and late arrival fees. bed and breakfast accommodation services. accommodation rented under the terms and conditions of a principal residence (e.g., a furnished room with an annual lease). Same as product 1.1 on 721 list X Gambling services Providing games of chance and making/taking wagers on such games, including the outcome of sporting events or other future events with uncertain outcomes. The bet may be made between individuals or between an individual and a commercial establishment, such as a casino, government, or lottery operator. When the bets are made between individuals, the operator of the game receives a fee or commission from the bettors. intermediary services that deliver gambling products to gamblers, such as selling lottery tickets to gamblers and hosting gambling machines, for a fee or commission. slot machines. table games. Same as product 1 on 7132 list. Page 18 of 21

19 X Hosting of vending machines, video games, gambling machines, and other Providing a location for the placement of machines providing goods or services on a self-service basis, for a fee or commission paid by the owners or lessors of the machines. Machines are typically operated by coins, small bills, or payment card, and may provide check-in service, vending of food or drink, newspapers, small items, check-in service, information service, telecommunications service, or self-service machines other goods or services X Hosting of vending machines, video Providing a location for the placement of machines providing goods or services on a self-service basis, for a fee or commission paid by the owners or lessors of the machines. Machines are typically games, and other non-operategambling by coins, small bills., or payment card, and may provide check-in service, vending of food or self-service drink, newspapers, small items, check-in service, information service, telecommunications service, or machines other goods or services. providing a location for the placement of coin-operated and self-service gambling machines such as slot machines and video lottery terminals. providing access to coin-operated games and rides. Same as product 10.8 on 7139 list. Page 19 of 21

20 X Hosting of selfservice gambling machines Providing a location for the placement of self-service gambling machines such as slot machines and video lottery terminals, for a fee or commission paid by the owners or lessors of the machines. Machines are typically operated by coins, small bills, or payment card. providing a location for the placement of coin-operated and self-service non-gambling machines such as vending machines, video games, and children s mechanical rides is in product , Hosting of vending machines, video games, and other non-gambling coin-operated machines. operating coin-operated gambling machines such as slot machines and video lottery terminals. Same as product 1.7 on 7132 list X Temporary staffing Supplying food service workers, such as cooks, bartenders, waiters and waitresses, and other food services, food service service personnel for temporary work assignments. The temporary staffing firm hires its own workers employees and assigns them to clients to support or supplement the client's workforce in work situations such as employee absences, temporary skill shortages, seasonal workloads, and special assignments and projects. The employees are on the payroll of the temporary staffing firm which is legally responsible for their actions, but when working they are under the direct supervision of the client. The temporary staffing firm specifies the pay, benefits, etc. of the employee Subset of product on 5613 list X Coat check services Providing coat check services Page 20 of 21

21 X Local transportation and delivery of prepared food Providing local transportation and delivery of prepared food. transportation and delivery of pizzas, restaurant meals, sandwiches, and associated items for immediate consumption. transportation and delivery of groceries. Same as product on Transportation of goods list Page 21 of 21

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