The Dill Pickle Mustard by Trader Joe's is described as herbaceous and savory, thanks to the addition of natural pickle flavoring, dill weed and real pieces of diced-up pickles. The summer condiment is the perfect companion for everything from burgers and hot dogs to sandwiches, plus it has the potential to simplify the number of condiments layered on, since it is quite relish-like in flavor.
Like plain mustard, the versatile dill pickle condiment has the potential to be mixed into marinades and summer recipes for a kick of salty, briny flavor.
The popular flavor of dill pickle is being worked into a variety of unusual food and beverage products to satisfy consumer' desire for sour and garlicky tastes.
Trader Joe's Flavored Mustard Borrows Flavors from Relish
1. Flavored Mustards - The emergence of flavored mustards with unique tastes from uncommon sources presents a business opportunity for mustard manufacturers to capitalize on consumer tastes.
2. Incorporating Pickle Flavor in Food and Beverages - The trend towards incorporating pickle flavor in food and beverages presents a business opportunity for manufacturers to capitalize on consumers' desire for the sour and garlicky taste.
3. Simplifying the Condiment Selection - The move towards condiments with multiple flavors in a single condiment allows businesses to cater to those who want simplicity when it comes to condiment selection.
1. Condiments - With the emergence of unique flavors and flavors combinations between condiments, there is an avenue for companies to explore and provide products that cater to diverse consumer tastes.
2. Food Manufacturing - The trend towards incorporating pickle flavors in various food and beverages presents an opportunity for food manufacturing companies to differentiate themselves by experimenting with uncommon flavors.
3. Beverage Manufacturing - The current trend toward unique flavors combining beverages such as kombucha or flavored soda with unusual flavors creates a market for the production of beverages that caters to consumer's demand for sour and garlicky tastes.