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U.S. condiment dollar sales 2017, by category

Condiment dollar sales in the United States in 2017, by category (in million U.S. dollars)

by Jan Conway, last edited May 13, 2019
U.S. condiment dollar sales 2017, by category Americans love their condiments. Whether it’s a salad or a burger it’s got to have sauce on it. In 2017, shelf stable dressings (ranch, caesar, etc.) were the biggest sellers, with over 2 billion U.S. dollars in sales in the United States. Between ketchup and mustard, ketchup is the clear winner with 764 million dollars in sales compared to mustard’s 432 million.
America’s place in the world

Americans are the biggest consumers of condiments worldwide, with 2.4 billion dollars in retail spending, followed by Japan, with 1.7 billion spent. Not only do American’s love the standards, they’re also the most interested in other countries condiments. The U.S. is responsible for over ten percent of all condiment imports worldwide, more than any other nation.

Consumers can’t get enough

While most Americans use about one container or less of mustard and ketchup in a month, over 4.6 million used four or more containers of mustard and a whopping 12 million used that amount of ketchup. When it comes to brands, the big names remain on top. Most people used French’s for mustard and Heinz for ketchup.
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by Jan Conway, last edited May 13, 2019
Americans love their condiments. Whether it’s a salad or a burger it’s got to have sauce on it. In 2017, shelf stable dressings (ranch, caesar, etc.) were the biggest sellers, with over 2 billion U.S. dollars in sales in the United States. Between ketchup and mustard, ketchup is the clear winner with 764 million dollars in sales compared to mustard’s 432 million.
America’s place in the world

Americans are the biggest consumers of condiments worldwide, with 2.4 billion dollars in retail spending, followed by Japan, with 1.7 billion spent. Not only do American’s love the standards, they’re also the most interested in other countries condiments. The U.S. is responsible for over ten percent of all condiment imports worldwide, more than any other nation.

Consumers can’t get enough

While most Americans use about one container or less of mustard and ketchup in a month, over 4.6 million used four or more containers of mustard and a whopping 12 million used that amount of ketchup. When it comes to brands, the big names remain on top. Most people used French’s for mustard and Heinz for ketchup.
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