U.S. market for pasta machines: domestic use
Only 4% of the US consumers own pasta makers in the US, and, from the ones who own one, 7% do not like to use it while only 4% like using it to make spaghetti, lasagna noodles, and macaroni.
Overview of the US consumer market of pasta machines
- An online poll by Tellwut states that:
— 78% of US consumers do not prefer to make their pasta from scratch(#1)
— 14% of the consumers in the US prefer to make homemade pasta whereas a large percentage (86%) do not make pasta at home.
— Around 82% of consumers regularly order pasta rather than making it at home. The most popular type of pasta is spaghetti (74%).
- The Philips pasta maker is an award-winning electric pasta maker that can make home-made pasta in just 15 minutes.
- However, only 4% of consumers own a pasta maker in the US, and, from the ones who own one, 7% do not like to use it while only 4% like using it to make spaghetti, lasagna noodles, and macaroni.
- Consumer reviews of Philips pasta maker indicate that they use it at least 3 times a week to make pasta and sauces.
- Consumers have rated the pasta maker 4.5 stars for the performance and ease of use of the machine.
- Another example of a good pasta maker is Marcota Atlas, which was rated as one of the bets products in the category.
- Consumer reviews of Marcota Atlas pasta maker (4.5 stars) state that they use the machine around 3 times a week to make ravioli and round spaghetti noodles.
- Consumers of the Marcota Atlas are very impressed by the ease of use and the quality of the machine (4.7 stars). People that are interested in pasta-making have also rated it high (4.3 stars).