Collagen Market, by Source (Porcine, Poultry, Bovine, and Marine), by Product (Native, Hydrolyzed and Gelatin), by Application and Geography (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and RoW) – Analysis, Share, Trends, Size, & Forecast From 2016 – 2027- COVID- 19 Updated

Report ID: AMI-83329240 | Publihed: 01-Jul-2020 | No of Pages: 206


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The collagen market is estimated to represent a global market of USD 4.57 billion by 2019 with the growth rate of 7.8%.
Market Dynamics
Collagen is a structural protein, found in human’s muscle, bone, tendons, and skin. Endogenous collagen is primarily synthesized by the human body. Whereas, the exogenous type is the synthetic form, used for the cosmetic and medical purpose. Increasing research and development activities by key players have expanded end-use applications of collagen solutions. Growing number of applications of this product in cell culture, tissue engineering, biomaterials, cosmetic and wellness products and food & beverages industries support market growth significantly.
The report has revised down its forecasts for growth for the collagen, including U.S. and China, as well as collagen demand. The resulting slowdown in global growth will have adverse effects on the market, hamper multinationals’ ability to hit targets for Q3 2020 and complete 2021 year and upend corporate forecasts and business plans for the year.
Rising concerns regarding health and fitness, changing lifestyles, consumer preference toward high nutrition products, and growing approvals of gelatine in food products are some factors, augmenting the industry growth to great extent. The market is, on another side, highly regulated with regulations related to the procurement and processing of animal-based raw materials used for the extraction of collagen. Key players have to strictly comply with the standards set by regulatory bodies for animal-based raw materials for human consumption. In addition, this animal-based product possesses a potential threat to human health in terms of transfer of zoonotic diseases which will adversely affect the industry growth.
Source Takeaway
Collagen is extracted from various animal sources including porcine, poultry, bovine, and marine waste. The specific processes that are used for extracting collagen from each source reflect in the types and the functional properties of collagen required for different applications. Considering such parameters, the global collagen industry is broadly categorized into the source, product, and application.
In terms of source, the industry is divided into Porcine, Bovine, Marine, and Poultry. The bovine segment accounted for the highest revenue share with over 34% share of the global market in 2017. Bovine is commonly found in cow hides, cartilage, and bones and is the most common source for developing collagen products.
Product Takeaway
Product segment is segmented as Native, Hydrolyzed and Gelatin. Among which, hydrolyzed product is anticipated to grow with the fastest growth rate due to rising demand for this product in cosmetics formulations. Based on application, the market is divided into cosmetics, healthcare and food and beverages. Healthcare and food & beverages are considered to be the major contributor to the product demand. Applications such as dental, bone reconstruction, cardiology, drug delivery, tissue engineering among others are covered under healthcare category.
Regional Takeaway
Regionally, the market is dominated by North America and European regions. Of these, Europe captured the highest share (i.e. 37.23% in 2017) of the global collagen industry. Increasing demand for premium quality collagen for the production of tissue and bone reconstruction patches support the regional growth.
In addition, countries such as Germany present a well-established meat processing and slaughter industry, establishing a healthy platform for this industry to grow. However, the Asia Pacific region is anticipated to grow with the fastest growth rate of 8.1% during the forecast period. The collagen produced and consumed in Asia Pacific region is majorly sourced from bovine owing to the high levels of beef production. The regional growth is primarily attributed to the growing demand for collagen-based products from the local manufacturers located in China and India.
Key Vendor Takeaway
Companies such as Croda International Pvt. Ltd., Cologenesis HealthCare Products Pvt. Ltd., PAN-Biotech GmbH, Xiamen Yiyu Biological Technology Co. Ltd, Rousselot BV, Nitta Gelatin Holdings, Inc., Advanced BioMatrix, Inc., and Shanghai Al-Amin Biotech Co., Ltd. are profiled in detail. The companies involved in the market are highly integrated and actively involved in the manufacture and distribution of collagen products. Companies such as Collagen Matrix and Nitta-Gelatin have in-house laboratories and manufacturing facilities for the production and testing of collagen.
These key players are aggressively involved in the research and development pertaining to the production of advanced collagen solutions in the field of biomedical surgeries such as dental, bone grafting, orthopedic, neurosurgery, and tissue engineering. These companies have a vast distribution network with production facilities catering to specific geographies. Collagen Solutions is engaged in the manufacture of collagen-based products and use third-party distributors such as Sigma-Aldrich and BBI Solutions to provide their products for research and development. Sigma-Aldrich caters to the requirements of its customers based in the U.S.
Companies, such as BASF SE, Royal DSM, Croda International and Rousselot are highly integrated and largely involved in the production of hydrolyzed and gelatin-based products. The companies operate their manufacturing and distribution units across the globe.
The distribution networks are well-established comprising of direct distribution for local sales and proximity sales with external agencies employed for international distribution. Small-scale manufacturers such as Connoils and Cologenesis carry out major operations locally. These companies also operate through joint ventures and agreements with large-scale players that provide higher capital and a strong financial base.
The years considered for the study are:

Historical Year – 2016 to 2018
Base Year – 2019
Estimated Year – 2020
Projected Year – 2027

The proposed reports analyse and evaluates the COVID-19 impact, and anticipated change on the future market scenario on this industry, by taking into the account the economic, political, technological, and social, parameters.

The scope of this report covers the market by its major segments, which include as follows:
Food & Beverages
North America
Rest of Europe
Asia Pacific
Rest of APAC
Rest of the World
Middle East and Africa
Latin America"

Report Subsumes the following

Competitors Analysis Go To Market Strategies
Regional Coverage with precise Market Numbers Global Impact post Covid-19
Market Penetration Strategies Granular breakdown By Type and By Application.