Region: Europe
Category: Condiments & Dressings

Europe Condiments & Dressings

(297 reports matching your criteria)
  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Ireland

    ... was exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, which led to a surge in commodity prices. While retail constant value sales (2022 prices) continued to rise, this was driven by a spike in unit pricing, with ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Sweden

    ... brought with it a rise in interest in experimental cooking, too, as well as greater focus on healthier ingredients and overall diet and eating habits. As a result of the pandemic-era surge, volume sales in ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in North Macedonia

    ... which declined during the pandemic but managed to recover in 2021 and 2022. Most cooking ingredients and meals ranges are seeing moderate volume growth which, due to rising prices and inflation, resulted in strong retail ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Italy

    ... restrictions saw a return of home entertaining, as consumers reverted to normal socialising patterns. Demand for cooking ingredients and meals via foodservice also increased substantially in 2022, continuing the trend established during the second half ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Slovakia

    ... on consumption patterns in cooking ingredients and meals thus far in 2022. Retail value sales of cooking ingredients and meals are set to record double-digit growth during the year. Inflationary pressures are a key contributor ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Poland

    ... in this respect than they did over 2020-2021. The downturn is partly explained by the easing of the pandemic and the ending of associated restrictions, in that many people are now cooking and eating at ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Norway

    ... Norwegian market in 2022. At the same time, people have engaged in less cooking from scratch as they have spent more time outside their homes following the long periods of home seclusion of the COVID-19 ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Spain

    ... rather than increased volume sales. Amid lingering supply-chain disruption from the pandemic and spillover effects from the war in Ukraine, the annual rate of inflation in Spain rose into double digits during the middle of ... 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 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 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 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 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 Denmark

    ... people went back to work and children and students resumed face to face classes. Hectic lifestyles and less time spent at home reduced the recent rise in home cooking, with consumers seeking more convenience in ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Latvia

    ... and sharp increase in food price inflation is stifling demand and shifting consumer preferences towards cheaper and more affordable products. Price is the dominant deciding factor for the Latvian shopper in cooking ingredients and meals ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in the United Kingdom

    ... of their lifestyles. Hybrid working patterns mean that while consumers are spending less time in the home, many continue working from home for a considerable period each week. The gradual return to more active lifestyles ... Read More

  • Cooking Ingredients and Meals in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    ... many areas set to record double-digit current retail value growth. This is the result of inflation and increasing price points, with product shortages in certain areas driving higher prices. The growing inflation and the war ... Read More

  • Food Sweetener Market, By Type (Sucrose (Common Sugar), Starch Sweeteners and Sugar Alcohols, High Intensity Sweeteners (HIS)), By Application (Bakery and Confectionery, Dairy and Desserts, Beverages, Meat and Meat Products, Soups, Sauces, and Dressings, Other Applications), By Region (North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa) - Size, Share, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2022 - 2030

    ... Other Applications), By Region (North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa) - Size, Share, Outlook, and Opportunity Analysis, 2022 - 2030 Food sweeteners are substances that have the capacity to enhance ... Read More

  • Sauces; Dressings and Seasonings Manufacturers (NORDIC) - Industry Report

    ... comprehensive individual analysis on the top 50 companies, including FOODMARK AB, KORSHAGS FOOD AB and O' KAVLI AKTIEBOLAG. This report covers activities such as sauces, spices, herbs, preserves, concentrate and includes a wealth of information ... Read More

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