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Wholesale Condiments and Sauces

Most Americans don’t like to eat their food dry anymore. They’re into trying different flavors and cuisines when cooking at home or dining out.

For food service businesses like restaurants and cafes, this means choosing the right mix of condiments to prepare and serve meals.

Bulk buying not only saves you money but also ensures you’ve got a steady supply of everyday spices, dressings, special sauces, and pickled products that match your menu.

You can get them in various packaging options like packets, cans, pouches, squeeze bottles, or gallons.

Now, here’s the scoop for retailers: Condiments are a big business. In 2024, each person is expected to consume 13.8kg of them. That’s a lot!

Also, their market was valued at $244.53 billion in 2023 and is projected to reach $402.24 billion by 2032.

This massive growth is expected because:

  • Consumers prefer food products that make cooking easier and quicker.
  • They're looking for unique marinades, dressings, and sauces that bring restaurant-quality taste into their kitchens.

So, having a wide selection is key to meeting this growing demand.

But what exactly to buy wholesale for your retail business? What condiments are selling well in the market?

Classics like vinegar, ketchup, mayonnaise, and mustard are always a hit. For people who love ethnic cuisines like Mexican, Italian, etc., make sure to stock condiments that complement these tastes.

These include:

Chamoy Sauce

This Mexican sweet and spicy condiment grew +262% in 2023 due to its unique blend of pickled fruit (apricot, mango, plum), spices, salt, chili peppers, and lime juice. 

The younger generation became obsessed with adding this sauce to various sweet and sour foods.

In fact, the #Chamoy hashtag has over 5 billion TikTok views in 2023 making it a viral sensation.

So, by making it available for consumers in your store, you can make good sales.

Hot Sauce

Americans like it hot both in restaurants and at home!

Out of 2,000 U.S. adults surveyed, a whopping 74% enjoy eating food with hot sauce.

Due to this craze for spicy food, sales of hot sauces were up 14.6% from the start of 2022 to Feb 2023 as reported by Circana.

This just shows how popular hot sauce like Sriracha has become amongst consumers. It’s the top hot sauce in 31 states in 2022.


Ranch dressing, a favorite since 1992, is not just for salads anymore. It's now one of the top condiments in the United States. 

In 2021, ranch sales reached nearly $103 million, making it the second-highest selling condiment. 

People are using it on everything – fries, wings, burgers, salads, veggies, and more.

Trends in The Condiments and Sauces Segment

Botanicals in Sauces

No doubt, condiments and sauces add flavor to food but many are high in calories, sugar, sodium, and other additives.

Due to this, there's been an almost 30% year-over-year (YoY) increase in consumer interest in botanicals specifically in the “sauces and dressings” category.

This is also because people have become more health conscious over the years.

So, offering your customers their choice of sauce or condiment in organic or natural versions will increase your chances of sales.

Also, preparing meals with these in your kitchen or serving them on tables for customers would be great too.

But remember that the condiments and sauces labeled as “organic” must contain at least 90% organic content and if they say “Made with Organic” they should have at least 70% organic content.

Exotic Flavors on the Rise

Multicultural changes in the United States have led manufacturers to introduce various sauces in the market.

Mexican sauces like hot sriracha and chamoy are becoming very popular amongst consumers, both in stores and on social media.

Even classic condiments are getting new twists. For example, you can now find mayonnaise in flavors like chipotle, pesto, wasabi, garlic, horseradish, and ginger.

So, as a retailer, having classics along with the new flavourful products in your inventory could be beneficial.

And, offering these sauces in your restaurant menus will cater to customers having different taste preferences.