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Global Annual Review: what's now and what's next for the sweet and savoury spreads market.

Edward Bergen, Global Food & Drink Analyst

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Table of contents

Table of contents


    • Don't overthink it!
    • 'Supplement' with spreads
    • The chocolate spread market is getting busy
  2. In the next two years

    • Dips designed to be shared
    • Sandwich fillers should target the taco occasion
    • Asian dipping sauces offer category evolution
  3. five years and beyond

    • key market data

      • [Graph] Global: per capita consumption of sweet spreads (kg), top five markets, 2018 (est)
      • [Graph] Global: sweet spreads, volume sales (000 tonnes), top five markets, 2018 (est)

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