- August 2020 |
- Healthcare & Pharmaceutical / Healthcare Services
Global Collagen Peptide Market, By Source (Bovine, Porcine, Marine and Others), By Form (Dry and Liquid), By Application (Nutritional Product, Food & Beverage, Pharmaceuticals, Cosmetics & Personal Care Products) By Region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East & Africa); Trend Analysis, Market Competition Scenario & Outlook, 2016-2026
Global Collagen Peptide Market size- Industry Trends & Outlook Report 2026
Global Collagen Peptide Market size is estimated at USD 3,677.63 Million in 2019 and is expected to reach USD 4,778.40 Million by 2026 at CAGR of 3.89%, during the projection period 2020-2026. The rising wellness concerns among global population and increasing focus on protein intake drive the Global Collagen Peptide Market. Besides, augmented demand for dietary supplements, extensive use of collagen in the food & beverage industry, consumer inclination towards a safe and protein-rich diet and growing range of applications of collagen peptide in nutritional, pharmaceutical and healthcare products are driving the growth of the global collagen peptide market.
Global Collagen Peptide Market Overview
Collagen is an animal protein, which can be derived from animals only. Collagen peptides are a versatile protein source, and their nutritional and physiological properties improve bone and joint health and lead to beautiful skin. They increase bone-density, relieve joints pain and help reduce wrinkles & roughness of skin. Collagen peptides are derived from collagen-rich tissues such as bones, skin, connective tissue of animals, including cattle, pig, fish, horses, or rabbits. The properties of the end product depend primarily on the animal species, the age of the animal and the form of collagen that predominates in the source tissue. Collagen Peptide consumption is considered safe and well-tolerated for most of the users.
Increasing Usage of Collagen Peptide as Bio-materials
Collagen peptide is used widely in tissue engineering and clinical applications as an essential biomaterial owing to its multiple advantages. It is commonly used as a medium for drug, protein, and gene delivery based on its biocompatibility, biodegradability, availability, and versatility. Also, collagen peptide can create a highly ordered, intricate three-dimensional (3D) architecture of woven fiber networks through self-assembly and cross-linking. Such networks withstand tensile stress in several directions and help the growth of cells.
The importance of collagen is increasingly recognized as a primary source of bio-materials in injectable collagen solutions to biomimetic scaffolds for 3D cell culture, drug delivery, regenerative medicine, and tissue engineering. Moreover, its mechanical and biological properties make it also an excellent choice as a biomaterial...