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US pasta sauce market to reach US$2.8 billion by 2027

United States pasta sauce market

According to the latest research report by IMARC Group, titled “Pasta Sauce Market in the United States: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027”, the pasta sauce market size in the United States reached US$2.4 billion in 2021. Going forward, IMARC Group expects the market to reach US$2.8 billion by 2027, showing a growth rate ( CAGR) of 2.34% over the period 2022-2027.US Pasta Sauce Industry Outlook:

Pasta sauce is a cream-based liquid that is used as a savory topping in Italian cuisine, including pasta, pizza, and lasagna. It is prepared from a combination of ingredients, such as tomatoes, onions, garlic, cheese, herbs, marinara, mushrooms, eggplant, green peppers and seasonings which help improve the taste, flavor, aroma and flavor. dish texture. It is considered a rich source of fiber, vitamins, minerals and macronutrients which provides essential nutrients needed for healthy development. It is stored and distributed in glass, aluminum containers, plastic cans and pouches to maintain a long shelf life. Some commonly used varieties include red, green and white pasta, meat-based, emulsified, butter-based and vegetable sauces.

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US Pasta Sauce Market Growth:

The significant growth in the food and beverage sector is driving the market in the United States. This can be attributed to the growing demand for ready-to-cook food products and the growing popularity of Italian kitchens among individuals. In response to the growing demand, many leading players are focusing on developing new varieties of pasta sauces using organic and vegan ingredients, which are gaining popularity among the masses.

Due to the emergence of the e-commerce sector and the advent of home delivery models, sales of pasta sauce have increased significantly across the country. Other factors such as rapid urbanization and inflation of disposable income levels of the masses are also influencing the market in the United States.

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Key Market Segmentation:

Breakdown by product type:

Tomato based sauces:

• Traditional sauce
• Marinara sauce
• Meat sauce
• Mushroom sauce
• Roasted garlic sauce
• Cheese sauce
• Tomato and basil sauce
• Others

Pesto-based sauces:

• Traditional basil pesto sauce
• Sun-dried tomato pesto sauce
• Others

Alfredo-based sauces:

• Traditional Alfredo sauce
• Garlic Alfredo Sauce
• Cheese Alfredo Sauce
• Others

Breakdown by type of packaging:

• Glass bottles
• ANIMALS
• Cans
• Pockets
• Boxes

Breakdown by distribution channel:

• Direct
• Indirect
o In-store retail
o Supermarkets
o Specialty stores
o Convenience stores
o Online retail

Breakdown by region:

• Northeast
• Midwest
• South
• West

Competitive Landscape:

The competitive landscape of the industry has also been reviewed along with the profiles of key players.

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