DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ResearchAndMarkets.com published a new article on the pasta industry, "Pasta sees 249% Growth as Consumers Stock-up for COVID-19 Lockdown"
As COVID-19 continues to spread, consumers are being advised to ensure they have enough food to last for two weeks in case they experience symptoms and need to self-isolate. This has led to a rising demand for non-perishable goods like dried pasta. The closure of many restaurants to prevent the spread of the virus has also led to more consumers cooking at home. In March, UK sales of dried pasta increased by 55%.
Another factor that has caused increased sales of dried pasta is the impact the global crisis has had on consumer's finances, with many looking for economical ways to feed their families such as pasta dishes, casseroles and stews. The spike in demand for dried pasta and noodles has also boosted demand for wheat, leading to rising wheat prices across the US and Europe.
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