Condiments & Dressings Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Condiments and dressings, which also include sauces and seasonings, are highly popular throughout the United States and the world. This category often encompasses salsas, pasta sauce, mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise, oils, vinegars, salad dressings, relishes, herbs, spices, seasoning mixes, jams, jellies, conserves, honey and syrups. This popularity of these products helps to push the success of the seasoning, sauce and condiment category globally. Statistics show that U.S. sales of all condiments, dressings and marinades amounted to nearly $11 billion in 2013, which is a boost from about $91.5 billion in 2012. Specialty condiments have also experienced growth in the United States. Sales grew from about $1.5 billion in 2012 to nearly 1.6 billion in 2013. In the U.S., Unilever held the lead position in retail sales of sauces, dressings and condiments with a value share of 9% in 2014. The company’s major brands include Hellman’s, Wish-Bone and Knorr. Research shows that the sauces, dressings and condiments category saw steady growth from 2007 to 2012, largely due to cost-conscious consumers who opted to eat at home following the recession. As the U.S. economy continues to strengthen, consumers are expected to spend more money dining out. But despite the projected shift, consumer demand is expected to remain high for products in this category. MarketResearch.com offers a comprehensive collection of reports to help your company capitalize on trends that shape the condiments category. You can explore forecasted market data, new product introductions, mergers and acquisitions and monthly news and events to get a well rounded take on this market.
...Show More ...Show Less


Condiments & Dressings Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Egypt

    ... Q3 2021, gradually being applied, with many products seeing a 30% increase by 2022. Euromonitor International's Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Egypt report offers in-depth knowledge of the market at a national level, providing local ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Greece

    ... reduced or eliminated lockdown measures and the reopening of HORECA venues. This is benefitting sales of cooking ingredients and meals given that HORECA businesses are a major purchaser of cooking ingredients and meals and are ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in France

    ... During 2020 sales of cooking ingredients and meals saw unusually strong growth in retail volume terms as consumers were forced to spend considerably more time at home and thus prepared and ate more meals at ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in the Netherlands

    ... due to inflationary pressures, rather than any upturn in demand, with volume sales falling for the second consecutive year. By contrast, foodservice volumes witnessed an almost full recovery in 2022, as the lifting of all ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Mexico

    ... to home lockdowns. Once restrictions started to lift and consumers were able to resume out-of-home activities again, including revisiting foodservice outlets, the home-cooking trend which was evident during the era of the pandemic ceased to ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Chile

    ... consumers entered a “new normal”, resuming social gatherings and in-person activities. Unfortunately, 2022 has been a different story. Although citizens were expecting a much more favourable economic landscape, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has dictated ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Argentina

    ... country’s longstanding problem with high inflation has been exacerbated by external factors linked to the global recovery from COVID-19 and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Nonetheless, after having contracted in 2021, overall retail volume sales are ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Canada

    ... to continue to decline in volume terms 2022, even if overall sales levels will remain well above 2019 levels. While the pandemic was not completely contained in the second quarter of 2022, most pandemic-related restrictions ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Indonesia

    ... which has resulted in trade surplus in Indonesia, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade. As a result, consumers are showing a more positive attitude towards consumption. For cooking ingredients and meals, growth is ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Nigeria

    ... spending power in 2022. This is because cooking ingredients consists of some quite essential categories with limited or no substitutes. Population growth, especially in urban areas, also contributed to grow or maintain demand or limit ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Finland

    ... in turn, benefitted several sub-categories. However, whilst the home-cooking trend is expected to continue to be stronger than seen pre-pandemic, sub-categories which experienced a boost in 2020 are seeing a stabilisation in sales in 2022. ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Hungary

    ... The COVID-19 pandemic still exerts an influence on the cooking ingredients and meals category in terms of supply chain disruptions and shortages which were exacerbated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Euromonitor International's Cooking Ingredients ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Morocco

    ... price sensitive during the hard economic conditions, they are being strongly attracted to low prices and discount offers which favours sales of cheap domestic brands. The parallel market of unpackaged products will also continue to ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Portugal

    ... of living. In cooking ingredients and meals this impact has been significant, especially within edible oils. Russia’s war in Ukraine has also made the situation worse, with it creating shortages of sunflower oil, which is ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Romania

    ... the population. As the cost of living continues to soar, disposable incomes come under pressure as the vouchers granted to disadvantaged categories of consumers were suddenly unable to compensate them for the rapid growth seen ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Angola

    ... However, as Angola is a country that exports a lot of oil, the country is benefiting from being able to increase its prices for international consumers. As a result, the economy is faring much better ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Bolivia

    ... not experiencing soaring inflation and the main factor contributing to the retail volume decline is that with society opening up again post pandemic lockdowns, consumers are eating in restaurants again. Though prices are rising, due ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Belgium

    ... premiumisation and an interest in world cuisines. The growing appeal of exotic cuisines, such as South East Asian or Indian food, is a major driver for both retail volume and current value growth in cooking ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Bulgaria

    ... of 2021 and continued to accelerate in the first half of 2022 as energy costs (electricity and natural gas) soared alongside raw materials, transportation and packaging costs. This substantial rise in production costs has put ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Colombia

    ... categories within cooking ingredients and meals have suffered from a contraction in retail demand in 2022. Some of the most pronounced drops have been observed in soup, ready meals, soy oil and bouillon. Many consumers ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in the Czech Republic

    ... expenses on fuel, energy bills, and food and beverages, many consumers are striving to limit their spending, especially on non-essential items. This includes restricting spending on foodservice, leading to Czech people preparing more meals at ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Estonia

    ... less time on cooking since the pandemic and are more closely monitoring their diet as part of a healthy lifestyle. Convenience and ease of cooking has come into focus since the pandemic as Estonians resume ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Georgia

    ... pressure and a reduction of imports from major producing countries such as Russia and Ukraine has negatively affected consumption of edible oils, pushing retail volume sales of cooking ingredients and meals into decline. However, current ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Kazakhstan

    ... dips and condiments, since after a long period of self-isolation it has become fashionable to go on picnics where such foods are commonplace. There has only been a moderate rise in food prices in Kazakhstan ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Brazil

    ... federal government’s financial emergency aid distributed to families and workers in vulnerable economic situations. From 2021, this demand began to slow due to the weakening of the financial aid both in proportion and in frequency. ... Read More

Research Assistance

Live help

Join Alert Me Now!

Sign Up

Find out more on our blog
Cookie Settings