July 12, 2022
Condiments has a history as a reliable and steady grocery category. From ketchup to dipping sauces to salsa to salad dressing, consumers tend to have their favorite condiments that they purchase again and again. And the COVID-19 pandemic supercharged condiment sales, with global condiment sales growing 21.3% in 2020 and another 20% in 2021.
It isn’t just old-standbys like ketchup, mustard and mayo flying off store shelves, either. Consumer palates had already been broadening to include more ethnic and global flavors well before the global health crisis. And top ingredient suppliers are well-equipped to help brands bring a quality and successful product to market.
Download the latest product development guide to learn about consumer preferences in the condiment market and how some of the best suppliers in the space are creating unbeatable flavors for consumers to savor.
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