Glass packaging is commonly used across products in sauces, dressings and condiments. Table sauce categories, such as soy sauce, chili sauce and oyster sauce, contribute most to the use of this packaging type, as they are staple sauces in Asian households in Singapore.
Aimed at providing greater convenience, cooking sauces are growing in popularity among consumers, due to the convenience they offer by providing premixed marinades that can be used directly in place of individual sauces. Flexible plastic is popular for both primary and secondary packaging.
With busier lifestyles and wider options available from foodservice and food delivery options, consumers have less motivation to cook at home. From time to time, however, Singaporean consumers still continue to take the time to cook at home, as it is perceived to be healthier, as the ingredients used can be controlled.
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