Kitchen Cookware: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2018 to 2024

Kitchen Cookware: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2018 to 2024

  • March 2018 •
  • 127 pages •
  • Report ID: 5367961 •
  • Format: PDF
Worldwide markets are poised to achieve continuing growth as Kitchen Cookware continues to feed the world. The ability to meet demands for efficiency in the kitchen is significant for commercial and home cooking.

Cookware comes in various shapes, each designed with a specific function in mind. Some shapes are multifunctional and best for everyday use. Other shapes are not used that often in the kitchen.

Skillets or frying pans are the workhorses of the kitchen. Skillets are primarily used for stove top cooking, although they can be used to finish cooking food in the oven. Skillets have an outward sloping side that makes it easier to stir food, and to slide food from the skillet for serving.

They come in a variety of sizes measured by the diameter in inches at the top of the pan, but one in the 10"-12" range will prove the most versatile. Sauté pans are similar to skillets, sauté pans have straight sides. This allows more food to fit into the pan, so it is used for cooking sauces, Alfredo or marinara. Sauté pans are measured in quarts, rather than inches.
Saucepans are known as pots, saucepans have straight sides and are several inches deep. Their capacity is measured in quarts, and they are typically used on the stove top to cook rice, heat soup, and cook vegetables.

Stockpots: are large, deep pots that come in a variety of sizes. Versatile, they are used to make liquid-heavy dishes such as soup, chili, stock and to boil pasta. They are measured by their quart capacity. A $2.1 billion market worldwide in 2017, the Kitchen Cookware market has evolved steadily. It is expected to reach $4.6 billion by 2024, growing in advanced materials segment to increase efficiency in cooking.
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