Spotlight on Spices and Seasonings

Spices and Seasonings

According to a recent report by Grand View Research Inc., the global seasonings and spices market is expected to reach US 20.46 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 3.9%.1 Growing awareness of different ethnic tastes and flavor combinations is leading consumers to experiment outside their dietary comfort zone. This provides ample opportunities for product developers to add exciting new flavors and aromas to their products.

Japanese restaurants, which typically are known for their light seasoning and natural flavors, have recently grown in popularity, while Mexican, Italian, Indian and Chinese restaurants have also shown a notable increase.2

Interestingly, herbs and spices are considered functional foods because they help consumers make healthier food choices by providing flavor without fat, sugar and calories.

Some of the most commonly used spices include garlic, ginger, fennel, fenugreek, turmeric, cinnamon, lemon and licorice. NP Nutra® offers all these premium spice and seasoning ingredients for use in a multitude of functional food, beverage, supplement, skincare, haircare and pet food applications.

Apple Cider Vinegar Powder (organic) is the surprising new seasoning star and latest ingredient fast making its way into numerous food, beverage, skin and haircare applications. Aside from being used as a sodium-free salt substitute, its tart, tangy and fruity flavor makes it an exotic choice for dips, chili, sauces, dressings, and even chips and popcorn. In skin and haircare products, Apple Cider Vinegar Powder is used to thoroughly clean and help remove soap accumulation.

Please contact your account manager for more information and to request a sample of Apple Cider Vinegar Powder (organic) as well as our entire selection of spice and seasoning ingredients.


References:

1 https://www.bloomberg.com/press-releases/2019-05-07/seasonings-and-spices-market-size-worth-20-46-billion-by-2025-grand-view-research-inc
2 https://www.grandviewresearch.com/industry-analysis/seasonings-spices-market