Consumers will continue to return to their pre-pandemic shopping and eating out behaviour in the forecast period. Foodservice is benefiting from the relaxation of the social distancing rules, serving more local and foreign visitors and so some retail sales will shift to this channel.
A further increase in retailer private labels is expected with Lidl and Spar expanding into the Latvian market. These two retailers will raise the competitive edge in the retail distribution of sauces, dips and condiments at a time when consumers are heavily focused on price and promotions.
The Ministry of Health is aiming to curb consumers’ intake of salt with the possibility of a salt tax, which is under discussion. Sauces, additives and spices often contain a large amount of salt and so the sauces, dips and condiment category may be impacted by this tax in the future.
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Sauces, Dips and Condiments
This is the aggregation of cooking ingredients and condiments, dips, pickled products, sauces, yeast-based spreads, and other sauces, dips and condiments. Excludes: Unpackaged/bulk sauces, dressings and condiments, such as unpackaged herbs and spice or instances where consumers bring an empty contained to be (re)filled. Excludes: Table salt, vinegar, baking ingredients, desiccated coconut, and cooking cream/milk/powder for cooking and baking.See All of Our Definitions
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