COVID-19 is expected to result in a considerable reduction in foodservice volume sales in 2020 as demand decreased with the closure of foodservice outlets in Israel and will continue as COVID-19 measures remain present in the country. Many businesses, however, may not recover from the lengthy periods of closure in 2020.
The growing trend for convenience and home cooking is expected to support growth in sauces, dressings and condiments in 2020, and this will be intensified by home seclusion during the COVID-19 pandemic. The range of cooking sauces available in Israel is expected to be a particularly appealing category for consumers in 2020, as there are a range of flavours available for dishes which appeal to a variety of consumers.
Osem Food Industries continues to lead sales and is strongly positioned in most categories, including dips, ketchup, mayonnaise, salad dressings, chili sauces, pasta sauces and pickled products. The company operates on a very large scale, offering wide distribution and a well-known brand name and boasting a loyal consumer base.
Product labelling regulations may affect certain categories in sauces, dressings and condiments that have products containing particularly high fat, sugar or sodium levels. A number of table sauces, cooking sauces, and pasta sauces could, as a result of labelling regulations, have to highlight high levels of sugar or salt in their products.
Other sauces, dressings and condiments is performing well, with growth being fuelled by rising demand for raw tahini. This growing popularity derives from several reasons.
Another area that is performing well is Asian cuisine, which is on the rise both in consumer foodservice and packaged food, with soy sauces and chili sauces consequently performing particularly well. Shelf space for Asian food has been extended drastically in recent years, with more sophisticated and expensive products being sold in main channels such as supermarkets and discounters thanks to the efforts of players like ‘Taste of Asia’.
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