Specialty Food Guide: Condiments

When it comes to condiments most consumers, especially millenials, search for exotic products that avoid unhealthy additions to food, according to a Packaged Facts report. As a result, more condiments and sauces are being marketed as organic and healthy as of late. Gluten-free, organic and non-GMO products are also cited as an increasing trend.

In 2017, there were 827.1 million unit sales of dressing and shelf stable condiments in the United States. Mustard and ketchup sales (pg 12) amounted to about $1.22 billion for the 52 weeks ending January 22, 2017. The retail value of the health and wellness sauces, dressings and condiments market also rose to approximately $24.4 billion in 2017, up from ~$23.1 billion in 2016.

Trends driving the condiment industry stem from more exotic and diverse flavors being introduced to the market, gluten free and organic options and environmental sustainability. Consumer concern with the health risks involved with additives and GMOs have also driven the market to produce health-conscious products.

SFA says consumers view premium attributes such as limited edition product versions as a plus. Keep in mind these attributes will help keep them engaged within the category, and open them up to exploring higher-quality products.

The popular line of tomato forward condiments gets a new look as Traina Foods transitions their name to “Traina Home Grown.” In addition, corn syrup has been eliminated from the formula in the existing Classic Sun Dried Tomato and Sriracha Sun Dried Tomato varieties. Available in Siracha and Sicilian flavors.
209/892-5472 or TrainaFoods.com

Sutter Buttes Natural & Artisan Foods Chipotle peppers give this salsa a unique hint of smoky flavor, white lemon juice and cilantro. Serve traditionally with tortilla chips, or try something new, and use as a garnish for your southwestern omelets.
530/763-7921 or SutterButtes.com

Davidson’s has introduced a line of Special-tea Products, including artisanal specialty Tea Jelly. This product infuses three simple ingredients, sugar, pectin and four top-selling tea blends: Classic Chai, Coconut Vanilla, Earl Grey and White Pomegranate.
800/882-5888 or DavidsonsTea.com



Aloha from Oregon presents subtle flavors of fruits and berries or the robust flavor of garlic blended with the heat of Jalapeño, Habanero or Thai peppers make these sweet and hot jellies extraordinary. Perfect for any chef’s pantry or gift baskets.Choose from 22 single flavors and 7 split Pepper Jelly flavors in one jar.
541/343-5519 or AlohaFromOregon.com


Woeber’s Sandwich Pal Horseradish Sauce- our signature item. Perfect on prime rib and enhances marinades, salad dressings and dip recipes. We have been making mustard and grinding fresh horseradish since 1905.
937/323-6281 or WoeberMustard.com




Handcraft your own artisan pickles one jar at a time in less than ten minutes with Pearl and Johnny Pickle Kits. Just add vinegar, water, and your choice of fresh veggies. Refills also avaliable.  417/466-4646 or WindAndWillow.com

Essential for your family’s table, this back-to-basic delight from Barhyte is 100% organic, gluten free and sourced in the USA. Each mustard and ketchup is manufactured sustainably using Blue Sky’s renewable energy program.
800/407-9241 or Barhyte.com

Corine’s Cuisine offers a range of eight gourmet sauces for dipping, cooking, and marinating, all based on homemade recipes using only all-natural ingredients.
646/535-3366 or www.CorinesCuisine.com

Braswell’s Cranberry Bourbon Jalapeno Jam presents a delicate balance of tart and sweet cranberries, smooth oak aged bourbon and fiery jalapenos making this the perfect hors d’oeuvres jam.
912/764-6191 or Brawswells.com




Chinese Southern Belle’s handcrafted sauces go beyond food, “opening minds, one mouth at a time.” Available in Sweet Chili Peach, Soy Ginger and Asian Barbecue Teriyaki, made with natural ingredients.
404/494-0088 or ChineseSouthernBelle.com




Beaver Brand Stone Ground Mustard from Beaverton Foods features all-natural mustard oil and no preservatives. It is also certified gluten free.
503/644-9204 or BeavertonFoods.com




Red Duck Foods introduces the first and only organic, gluten-free and vegan taco sauces. Buyers can choose from a tantalizing trio of Approachably Mild, Uniquely Korean and Actually Spicy taco sauces made with clean, honest ingredients.
302/547-2786 or RedDuckFoods.com



Vermont Village introduces its new line of organic Raw Apple Cider Drinking Vinegars to the market. This product was developed to bring healthy-lifestyle connoisseurs a highly-portable, easy-to-drink, and palatable way. Available in Lemon Mint and Lime Ginger.
802/479-2558 or VermontVillage.com



Randazzo’s Honest to Goodness Sauces has introduced four new Pesto Sauces. The new pestos, Basil, Spinach, Kale and Five Herb, are packed with powerful anti-oxidant rich ingredients, offering traditional flavor with a twist. Avaliable in 6.5 oz. container.
201/543-1195 or RandazzosSauces.com


Barney Butter is offering 16 oz packages of unsalted Blanched & Roasted Almond butter as a healthy and nutritious snack. An ideal lunchbox addition for any child or parent.
559/422-1752 or BarneyButter.com


Blackberry Patch’s non GMO syrups combine fresh fruit, cane sugar and lemon juice for a line of versatile syrups ripe for enjoying in a multitude of ways. Varieties include Blackberry, Blueberry, Raspberry, Peach, Strawberry and seasonal offerings.
800/853-5598 or BlackberryPatch.com

Culinary Collective’s Zócalo Aji Chili Cooking Sauces use fresh, organic native aji chilies, fruits, herbs, spices and extra virgin olive oil for a delicious way to add a kick to everyday meals. Use as a sauce, marinade, brush on grilled meats or poultry, or combine with whole milk yogurt for a spicy chip and vegetable dip.
425/398-9761 or CulinaryCollective.com

Estolia’s Food Products “Salsa Saves Lives” is not only perfect with a chip, but it also creates fabulous dishes everyone will love. Offered in classic, verde, asado and pineapple salsa. Profits from the sale of this salsa go back into the community to save lives.
949/374-0007 or Estolias.com

Brianna’s Cilantro Lime Dressing is a bright and creamy mix of tart lime and refreshing cilantro that’s equally great as a dressing, dip or sauce. This duo of flavors is sure to spice up your favorite recipes.  979/836-5978 or Briannas.com




Nature Nate’s Honey Maple Syrup is made with high-quality, all-natural ingredients and sweetened with 100% Pure Honey. Perfect for drizzling over your favorite pancakes or waffles, or even adding a dash to your morning coffee.  800/882-5888 or NatureNates.com

Kiklos Greek Extra Virgin Olive Oil from The Olive Fruit is 100% pure olive juice handmade from the Koroneiki olive, known as the “Queen of Olives.” Made in small batches, the olives are gently harvested at the peak of ripeness and instantly cold pressed to protect its flavor.
844/803-7293 or TheOliveFruit.com

Bongiovi Brand present pasta sauces with Tomato Basil, Hearty Garlic and Classic Curry flavors and 9 oz pouches for grab and go convenience – just pour, heat and eat. Premium all-natural, Non-GMO, gluten free and kosher.
855/452-6226 or www.BongioviBrand.com


Salute Santé! Grapeseed Oil provides delicious taste for everyday cooking and salads, and the highest health benefits of all oils. Now cold pressed for added nutrition, the high smoke point of 485ºF makes it a healthy oil to sauté, sear, stir-fry, grill and bake.
707/251-3900 or GrapeseedOil.com




National organic tortilla chip brand Late July launches salsa as the first category extension since they debuted tortilla chips in 2010. The new line of salsa uses USDA certified organic and all natural non-GMO ingredients for three flavor varieties including: Mild, Medium, and Salsa Verde.
508/362-5859 or LateJuly.com



TBJ Gourmet’s flagship bacon spread is bursting with sweet and savory bacon goodness, and pairs well with foods at any meal. Go traditional and try it on a burger or with breakfast foods, or take party appetizers like crackers with goat cheese or brie from ordinary to exceptional.
856/222-2000 or TBJGourmet.com

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