The Collagen Peptide Market is Highly Concentrated in Developed Regions , and Developing Regions Have Great Potential

Collagen peptides are small bioactive peptides obtained by enzymatically hydrolysis of collagen, in other words, the breaking down of the molecular bonds between individual collagen strands to peptides. Hydrolysis reduces collagen protein fibrils of about 300-400kDa into smaller peptides with a molecular weight of lower than 5000Da. Collagen peptides are also known as hydrolyzed collagen or collagen hydrolysate.

Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides are sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised bovine hides to ensure a natural, high quality, and sustainable source of this ancient nutrient. Collagen peptides are easy to use for they are soluble in hot or cold liquids, including coffee, smoothies and baked goods. They can be digested and absorbed by the body quickly for maximum benefits like improving hair, skin, nails and joints, ligaments, tendons.

With human continuous pursuit of their own health and the recognition of the efficacy of collagen peptide, the market size of collagen peptide products has greatly increased in the past 5 years.

Collagen peptides can be roughly divided into cattle hide or bone, pigskin and fish according to product source: The cattle hide is considered to be the largest organ in an animal due to its large surface area, which is a by-product of processing cow for meat in the food industry. Protein in cow skin, known as collagen is also extracted for use in the pharmaceutical, food and cosmetics industries. Pigskin is a raw material for meat products with a high protein content. The main component of the protein contained in pig skin is collagen, which accounts for about 85%, followed by elastin. Fish belong to the vertebrate sub-gate in the chordate. They are commonly characterized by a hazy aquatic animal that lacks the fingers of the extremities and extremities.

Collagen peptides can be used in food and beverages industry to make candy, yogurt and meat sauce, as well as as a clarifier or thickener for beverage production. Medical-grade collagen peptide is used as an additive agent in pharmaceutical formulations to provide useful antioxidant properties to protect the active ingredient from oxidation. In addition, collagen peptides have effective moisturizing properties, so they are generally made into cosmetics, which can improve the appearance of aging and blemished skin and have good film forming and conditioning properties for damaged hair. Collagen peptides are also commonly found in nutraceuticals, some of which can prevent chronic diseases, improve health, delay the aging process, and extend life expectancy.

Prospect Analysis of Collagen Peptides Industry in Various Regions

In the global total revenue market share table of collagen peptide in 2013, North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific region, South America, Middle East and Africa accounted for 34.06%, 32.39%, 19.02%, 9.59% and 4.94% respectively. By 2017, the Asia-Pacific region grew strongly, with a market share of 20.39%, and the markets of South America, the Middle East and Africa also expanded.

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Overall, the collagen peptide market is mainly concentrated in developed countries and regions such as North America and Europe, among which North America is the largest market in terms of revenue, while Europe ranks second with 31.78% market share in 2017. The Asia-Pacific region is the most potential market. In recent years, the rapid economic development, the increasing per capita income and disposable income have led to the improvement of human consumption level, the change of consumption concept and the increasing emphasis on healthy lifestyle. Therefore, the market demand for collagen peptide has increased year by year.

Japan, the United States, and Europe have pioneered the application of collagen peptides in food and health products for a long time. Since the 21st century, collagen peptides have been increasingly used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. In developed countries, collagen peptides have become a product that penetrates all aspects of human lives, and the market is relatively mature. In China, collagen peptides are still an emerging market, but it has developed rapidly and has maintained rapid growth since 2013. The Chinese collagen peptide market has a huge driving force for the Asia-Pacific region and even the global collagen peptide industry.

As far as industry participants are concerned, most of these companies come from North America and Europe, with a high degree of industry concentration. The top three companies are Rousselot, GELITA and Gelnex, with market shares of 13.68%, 10.11% and 8.53% in 2017, accounting for about one-third of the global market share.

Collagen Peptides are in Great Demand, with a Broad Market

In 2013, the total value of the global collagen peptide industry was us $1,653.73 million, rising to US $2171.81 million in 2017. With the improvement of human life quality, the understanding of collagen peptide will be gradually deepened. In the future, collagen peptide will have a broader market, especially in developing countries, where the market will be significantly expanded. We forecast that by 2023, the global collagen peptide industry market value will reach $3096.36 million, roughly double that of 10 years ago.

The demand growth of collagen peptide industry is mainly driven by the downstream demand growth, and it is also inseparable from the mature technical support and the market brought by the wide application of collagen peptide itself. In recent years, with the continuous development of economy and technology, the food processing industry develops along with it, the per capita disposable income increases, and people pay more and more attention to health, which has created a good market environment for the development of collagen peptide. However, the collagen peptide market is too concentrated in developed countries, which leads to serious imbalance in regional development, which is not conducive to development.

Within the expected range, collagen peptides still have a lot of room for development, but the market is not conducive to new entrants. Enterprises in the industry must improve services, improve product quality, and strictly control product sources. While developing, they must also be alert to the impact of alternative product competition and insufficient supply of raw materials.

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