In 2022, foodservice began to recover from the significant declines seen in 2020 and 2021, when the COVID-19 pandemic impacted dining out of the home. However, ongoing recovery for sauces, dips and condiments within foodservice is set to be slow, with at least another one-two years expected before the landscape aligns to its pre-pandemic state.
Cooking sauces, especially liquid cooking sauce, began to gain traction in 2021 as consumers, especially younger consumers, began to cook at home for the first time. In 2022, the landscape experienced a surge through retail as more consumers demanded time-saving and convenient solutions to meal preparation.
The home cooking trend, and use of online cooking videos and materials, especially among younger generations, has ignited an interest in exotic dishes and flavours. Across the forecast period, Western spices, pasta, and Korean spice sauces are likely to experience a substantial surge, taking share from Chinese-based options.
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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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