Cooking Sauces, Marinades and Dressings - US - December 2013
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“While significant percentages of respondents report that healthful product claims can persuade them to choose one brand of cooking sauce, marinade, dry seasoning mix, or dressing over another, they may not always sacrifice flavor for healthfulness, suggesting that BFY brands should emphasize taste over health claims when marketing.”
– John N. Frank, Food & Drink Reports
This report looks at the following areas:
The US cooking sauces, marinades, and dressings market has experienced steady growth between 2008 and 2013, driven by economic factors that have consumers cooking at home more often to save money, as well as by cooking trends, and is expected to continue increasing at this pace into 2018. However, the market faces competition from restaurants, as well as from prepared foods that come with sauce or is already marinated. This report focuses on these factors and provides analysis of the following:
This report also features examination of the results of Mintel’s exclusive consumer survey, focusing on usage, the influence of product claims, consumers’ preferred flavors, and motivations to purchase; as well as analysis of Experian Marketing Services’ national consumer survey.
For the purposes of this report, cooking sauces, marinades, and dressings are covered as per the following definitions:
Cooking sauces and marinades are defined as flavoring sauces or mixes that can be poured or brushed onto food before or during meal preparation. Products included in this report range from prepared bottled marinades and barbecue sauce to packaged seasoning mixes for chili and gravy.
For the purposes of this report, the market is segmented as follows:
This definition differs from Cooking Sauces and Marinades—US, April 2011 due to the exclusion of several categories (ethnic sauces, steak/Worcestershire sauces, gravy) and the addition of spices/seasonings and dressings.
Excluded from this report are condiments such as ketchup and mustard and sauces typically used at the table, such as steak/Worcestershire sauce, gravy, tartar/seafood sauce, hot/Cajun sauce, and horseradish sauce. Also excluded are hollandaise and cheese sauces.
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