Report Description

India Condiments Market is anticipated to project robust growth in the forecast period on account of increasing cross-cultural interaction, inclination towards the preference for eating western cuisine, and increase in the number of modern retail stores that give their customers price and convenience are driving the growth of the India condiments market in the upcoming years.

Exotic sauces are competing for first place with the traditional tomato ketchup that Indians have always loved. In the Indian market's food service and retail segments, the new varieties in distinctive flavors like chilli, garlic chilli, dark soy, and chilli vinegar are gaining momentum.

Condiments have limitations. For example, many condiments aren't very healthy because they have a lot of sugar (ketchup) and/or salt in them (soy sauce). A tablespoon of mayonnaise has about 11 grams of fat, 100 calories, and 85 mg of sodium. However, since this is not generally known, it may not be considered when determining how healthy a dish or meal is. Therefore, it's important to carefully understand which ingredients are present in each of these condiments.

In Comparison to 2020, where India imported around USD 20 million, the figures declined in 2021 to USD 7 million worth of import of sauces, such as soy sauce, tomato ketchup, mayonnaise, salad dressings, and mixed seasonings.