Retail demand for sauces, dressing and condiments increased strongly in the Czech Republic in 2020, as foodservice outlets remained closed during lockdown and people were forced to stay at home. Bouillon is expected reverse its long-term decline and record strong growth in both current value and retail volume terms in 2020, as consumption of wholesome and affordable home-cooked meals increased.
Barbecue sauce and chili sauces are likely to record strong growth in both retail current value and volume terms in the Czech Republic in 2020. With travel restricted during lockdown and indoor social options limited, barbecues at local holiday homes and camps were more common during the summer months, when many Czechs would ordinarily travel to other countries.
Orkla Foods Cesko & Slovensko sro is expected to lead in sauces, dressings and condiments in 2020, offering well-established and widely distributed brands which benefit from strong consumer loyalty and innovation and are continuously promoted via in-store events, discount offers and strong advertising.
With a gloomy economic outlook and unstable employment levels, Czech consumers will increasingly seek out cheaper products and price promotions over the forecast period, marking a shift towards a more price sensitive climate. Private label will therefore maintain significant share in sauces, dressings and condiments and retailers will focus intensively on expanding their ranges and product variety.
The growing health and wellness trend in the Czech Republic will continue to shape demand for spices and herbs, bouillon, tartare sauce, mayonnaise and salad dressings, particularly those varieties with natural ingredients, no glutamate or artificial taste enhancers and reduced salt content. Within tartare sauce, mayonnaise and salad dressings, new recipes which include yoghurt and butter milk are likely to become more visible in stores, extending consumer options and generating stronger interest in these product areas.
Over the forecast period, mature categories with limited growth such as ketchup, mustard, tartare sauce and mayonnaise will revert back to pre-COVID levels and see a decline in retail volume consumption as newer products including barbecue and chilli sauces pick up pace. Barbecue season remains popular with Czech consumers and manufacturers will continue to introduce limited edition variants for summer grilling.
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