Adding Value Through Packaging: Sauces and Dressings

 


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Abstract

 
- Convenience is key in the segment, as can be observed in easy-to-carry/on-the-go packages, pre-measured portions , or just simple easy-to-store resealable solutions that preserve the freshness of the product for longer.
- In addition, the segment has adopted an interesting customized approach in order to expand the category with packaging formats designed for senior consumers (easy to open or to grab) or for single lifestyles.
- Finally, some manufacturers are trying something different to get consumers' attention, providing extra benefits beyond the sauce/dressing product itself. Therefore, some products now come with everything needed to prepare a quick meal, while one allows consumers to cultivate their own tomato plant to highlight its "natural" formulation as a tomato-based sauce.
 

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Globally the sauces and dressing market expects a CAGR in terms of market value of less than two digits, only 5%. In order to invigorate the category, packaging is essential as it is a key element that can provide differentiation and important added benefits. As such, elements like providing a new benefit (such as convenience or being adapted to consumers' lifestyles) or improving products' longevity are likely to make a difference in the category. 

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Report: Adding Value Through Packaging: Sauces and Dressings

 

Contents

Executive Summary
Adding Value Through Packaging: Opportunities
Adding Value Through Packaging: Spotlight
Adding Value Through Packaging: Examples We Like
Adding Value Through Packaging: TrendSights
Adding Value Through Packaging: Action Points
Appendix
 

Scope

Adding Value Through Packaging: Sauces and dressings explores new packaging formats and value-added features in the sauces and condiments category, using examples from Canadean's Pack-Track innovation tool. Your key questions answered: What drives packaging innovations in sauces and dressings? What notable new formats and value-added features have been introduced in the sauces and dressings category in recent years? Which consumer trends have these packaging innovations capitalized on? How can sauces and dressings manufacturers use packaging to stay ahead of the game in a crowded marketplace?

 

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Language Code: EN 
Region: Global 
Report Type: Market Report 
Industry: Heavy Industry 
Sector: Packaging Manufacturing 
Pages: 23 

Companies Featured

Carl Kuehne KG Tiger Tiger UK The Hairy Dieters - All About Food Ltd Market Fresh - Koninklijke Euroma B.V. Pastificio Rana S.p.A. Sonnentor GmbH Kraft Heinz Foods Co. Mediterranean Snacks Van Wijngaarden B.V. Dharampal Satyapal Ltd. - Catcn Miniz Premier Foods Group Ltd. Hindustan Unilever Ltd. AB World Foods Ltd. Frito-Lay Inc. Despar Italia C.A.R.L /Fuchs Gewuerze GmbH Vermont Curry - House Foods Polenghi LAS Srl Daesang Corp. Felix Austria GmbH Lidl Stiftung & Co. KG /Piatti Freschi Italia S.p.A Botanical Food Company

 

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- Use Added Value Through Packaging reports to inspire innovation.
- Understand the relevant consumer trends that drive and support innovation so you can tap into what is really impacting the industry.
- Appreciate the importance of the sensory element of packaging in the overall consumer experience of a product and how this can help to drive brand loyalty.
 

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