Global Seasoning & Spices Market (2022 to 2028) - Size, Share & Industry Trends Analysis Report -

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The Global Seasoning & Spices Market size is expected to reach $50.1 billion by 2028, rising at a market growth of 5.5% CAGR during the forecast period.

Spices and seasonings are mostly consumed by the packaged food industry. To give each cuisine a particular scent and flavor, herbs and species-specific seasonings are required. These ingredients enhance the flavor of the items while also extending their shelf life. Herbs and spices used for flavoring include garlic, basil, cloves, cardamom, cumin, and ginger. Since the beginning of time, the seasoning has been utilized in cuisine.

Herbs are mainly dried or fresh leaves of plants growing in a specific climate, whereas spices are made from stems, fruits, roots, bark, and seeds. Seasoning enhances food flavor while also offering health benefits. In medical research, turmeric, pepper, cinnamon, basil, and ginger have all been shown to help with conditions like diabetes, infections, brain function, high blood pressure, and cancer. Because of these benefits, seasoning is frequently utilized in food and nutrition. Homemade seasoning is also gaining popularity due to its healing effects.

Changes in people's eating habits, particularly in developing countries, are impacted by rising income, urbanization, and rapid economic development, according to the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). Exotic culinary preparations, as well as an increased interest in traditional dishes for daily consumption, are expected to positively influence the industry. Furthermore, the availability of seasonings and spices in hypermarkets and supermarkets in urban and semi-urban areas is expected to enhance the seasonings and spices market over the assessment period.

Thai, Indian, Chinese and Vietnamese cuisines use a range of spices and herbs to give their food a distinct flavor and taste. In the United States, many people are growing more interested in cooking at home. As a result, sales of spices like pepper and ginger have increased significantly. The seasoning and spices market have been propelled by a range of projects and initiatives intended to encourage people in the country to cook more food at home to relieve stress.

Market Growth Factors:

Demand for health and wellness products is increasing

With consumers growing more health-conscious, specific spices and herbs are replacing sugar, salt, and artificial additives. The three main causes boosting demand for spices and herbs are natural flavoring, organic foods, and safe dietary supplements. Spices, for example, are natural components that help firms attract more customers. The entire natural ingredients market is driven by the "health and wellness" trend.

In reaction to increased rates of lifestyle-related conditions such as cardiovascular disease, overweight, fractures, and diabetes, consumers turn to natural alternatives. Furthermore, the media's portrayal of the negative consequences of consuming synthetic substances has raised consumer awareness.

Increased Food Industry Demand for Spice Blends

Blended spices have seen a surge in popularity among many segments of the people in the region, as they are useful in a variety of applications, including savory snacks and ready meals, among others. Furthermore, spice blends from North American countries have rich flavor levels. Recently, there has been a lot of interest in blends combining the Middle Eastern Mediterranean spice in North American foods, such as a mix of turmeric, coriander, and warm brown spices.

Greater mainstream acceptance of spices such as harissa from North Africa and berbere from Ethiopia has prepared the way for an increase in demand for spice blends. It's a mix of ground peanuts and spices like ginger, cayenne, garlic, and onion that's been increasingly popular among Americans in recent years.

Marketing Restraining Factor:

Spice product growing intellectual property theft

Spice adulteration is mostly due to a supply shortage and rising demand for exotic herbs and spices. Since the international spice trade has developed considerably, spices have become more susceptible to adulteration, whether intentional or inadvertent. The goal maximize profit margins frequently drives deliberate adulteration.

Scope of the Study

Market Segments Covered in the Report:

By Product

  • Spices
  • Herbs
  • Salt & Salt Substitutes

By Form

  • Powder & Crushed
  • Whole

By Distribution Channel

  • Foodservice
  • Retail

By Geography

  • North America
  • US
  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • Rest of North America
  • Europe
  • Germany
  • UK
  • France
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Italy
  • Rest of Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • China
  • Japan
  • India
  • South Korea
  • Singapore
  • Malaysia
  • Rest of Asia Pacific
  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • UAE
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Africa
  • Nigeria
  • Rest of LAMEA

Key Market Players

  • Ajinomoto Co., Inc.
  • Associated British Foods PLC
  • Kerry Group PLC
  • McCormick & Company, Inc.
  • Dohler Gmbh
  • Ariake Japan Co., Ltd.
  • Baria Group
  • DS Group
  • Everest Food Products Pvt. Ltd.
  • Bart Ingredients

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