Condiment Sauces Market – Global Industry Report, 2030

Ubiquity of Condiment Sauces to Continue through Forecast Period

Sauces and condiments enjoy a ubiquitous presence on dinner tables around the world. Yet they have received surprisingly very little attention from the scientific community.  Thanks to commercially driven intent, some of the leading food brands are taking closer look at the consumer psychology behind their choices of condiments, both when selecting from many options available at across retail aisles and when choosing condiments best suited for a particular dish.

As a result, the market now witnesses a slew of product launches and brands producing condiment sauces have briskly emerged as well-loved names in marketplace. As a result of changing taste patterns among consumers, manufacturers are compelled to experiment with new flavors and composition. Also focus on clean labels is expected to amplify preference for organic ingredients.

Spurred by these factors the condiment sauces market is expected to surge considerably between 2022 and 2030. Transparency Market Research (TMR) forecasts the market to surpass US$ 23 Bn by the end of 2022.

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Consumer Desire for Versatility Creates Scope for Sales Uptick

Despite evolving preferences, consumers are willingness to spend on assortment of condiments and sauces that offer better taste to their meal. While by definition, the food industry separated condiments and sauces into separate categories, a large section of consumers are attracted by their versatility.

Dynamic consumer choices present lucrative opportunities for condiments and sauces brand to gain from their willingness to migrate between both categories. As a result some of the most reputed names in the industry are omitting traditional definitions to offer all-purpose condiments. Doing so they have provided consumers the luxury of exploring a wide range of use of condiment sauces, enabling deeper integration into day-to-day meals and improving overall sales prospects.

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Unprecedented Pandemic Crisis Triggers Change in Consumer Behavior

Amidst the unprecedented COVID-19 outbreak and indefinite lockdown imposed across the world, the food and beverages industry first witnessed surging demand for staple items with extended shelf life. Consequently, the industry the demand for frozen food products, grains, condiments & sauces, among others skyrocketed during the first phase of the crisis.

Presently however most companies within the industry are struggling to cope with various supply chain disruptions and reduced consumption. As a result they are leveraging their online presence as preferred method of delivery to adapt to this evolved business environment.

Significant changes in consumer behavior pattern and shifting business trends might have considerable impact on the market’s future. As a result the market will witness foray of novel promotion strategies wherein key players will focus on marketing their products on the credit of their health benefits and via online channels.

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Knowledge on Side-effects Associated with Overconsumption Hinders Growth

Overconsumption of sauces and condiments is often linked to side-effects on health. According to the World Health Organization, an individual must not consume more than 5 grams of salts daily. CDC also have cautioned people against excessive consumption of sodium, which might increase the risk of hypertension, cerebrovascular accidents, stroke, or heart diseases.

Since sodium remains one of the key ingredients used in a wide range of hot sauces, directives against their overconsumption could affect consumers’ health. Studies have often linked the overconsumption of hot sauces with acid reflux or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).

As a result of better access to information and advisories by international organizations consumers have become more apprehensive about the consumption of hot sauces. For instance, unchecked consumption of tomato sauce can trigger nausea, dizziness, and headache. Rising awareness regarding the possible side effects may sway consumers away from the market.

Producers Launching Gluten-free Sauces for Consumers Inclined towards Healthy Eating

The aforementioned factor has created increasing demand for gluten-free sauces and condiments. Globally consumers have become increasingly aware as a result they are eschewing products containing chemical additives that can adversely affect their health.

Compelled by the prevailing trend, an increasing number of brands are introducing organic ingredients in sauces they producing. Some of the leading brands have introduced organic and non-GMO product lines to attract consumers. For instance, a few companies have chosen to include basil as a key ingredient to up the nutrient quotient of their sauces.

Also, there have been substantial launches in the diet-centered condiment sauces category. These sauces are mainly offered for those inclined towards eating healthy hence they contain low sugar, fat, and calories. Del Monte for instance has launched tomato sauces with organic ingredients and no-added salt to attract consumers in the no gluten category.

Government Subsidies Offer Lucrative Opportunities across Some Nations

Governments across some nations are offering subsidies on import of sauces. This might prove to be an impressive growth opportunity for the condiment sauces market. For instance, as per the Korea-Australia Free Trade Agreement (KAFTA), the government in Korea has reduced the tariff charged on tomato ketchup and prepared mustard to 3.4% in 2017 from 4.5% in 2016.

Reports also suggest that the country was planning to eliminate tariff completely by 2022. Such exemptions will give impetus to several Australian exporters, seeking out opportunities across the South Korean market. Government support and subsidies are a chief driver of the market.

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Asia Pacific to Remain Dominant

Regionally, Asia Pacific will remain the leading market for condiment sauces. Besides this, North America and Europe too will continue showcasing attractive opportunities for growth. Improving lifestyle and willingness to experiment with various tastes and flavors will foster lucrative market for condiment and sauces brands in Asia.

Demand from countries such as Taiwan, India, Japan, China, and Indonesia will stoke growth prospects in the region. Interestingly, the popularity of Asian cuisines is offers opportunities for growth in the U.S. The market will also have a sizeable consumer base in Europe. Increasing launches focusing on better health and exotic flavors will enable the market exhibit sustainable growth.

Market Players Invest in Frequent Launches to Gain Competitive Advantage

Due to ample opportunities, the market exhibits a fragmented vendor landscape. The presence of several behemoths and smaller brands alike have rendered it fiercely competitive. Product launches therefore remain a key strategy adopted by the market players to gain competitive advantage.

These companies plan their novel launches based on consumer preferences. For instance Nestle forayed into the gourmet dip and spread segment in September 2018 with its launch of Dip & Spread under the popular brand Maggi. The product contained 80% yoghurt and less than 3% fat.

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Some of the other key players operating in the market are –

  • General Mills Inc.
  • Kroger Co.
  • Frito-Lay Co.
  • Walmart store Inc.
  • ConAgra Foods Inc.
  • Kraft Foods Group Inc.
  • Unilever group
  • H.J Heinz.