The collagen industry, estimated at USD 5.1 billion in 2023 and poised to achieve a 5.3% CAGR, reaching USD 7.4 billion by 2030, is experiencing transformative shifts and innovations. In the fields of nutrition and cosmetics, collagen has emerged as a prominent focus. There is an increased comprehension of collagen and a growing desire for this protein, which can be addressed through the consumption of collagen supplements or by augmenting the body's natural collagen synthesis. This has led to a heightened demand for collagen in various forms.
A key factor fuelling this increased demand is the continual growth of the world's population, especially in emerging markets. As populations expand and disposable incomes increase, there is a corresponding rise in the consumption of collagen. The escalating global population is exerting a substantial influence on the collagen market. As the world's population continues to grow, there is a corresponding surge in the demand for collagen, driven by increased awareness and consumption of collagen-based products. This upswing can be attributed to a growing recognition of collagen's diverse applications in various industries, including food, cosmetics, and healthcare. As the population expands, so does the demand for products that promote health and well-being, resulting in a notable boost in the collagen market on a global scale.
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Darling Ingredients specializes in the development and production of sustainable natural ingredients derived from both edible and inedible animal by-products. The company serves diverse industries, including food, animal feed, fuel, bioenergy, and fertilizer, offering tailored solutions to meet specific needs. Its segments include Feed Ingredients, Food Ingredients, and Fuel Ingredients.
Within the Feed Ingredients category, Darling Ingredients collects and processes by-products from cattle, poultry, and pork. Additionally, the company gathers bakery leftovers, converting them into cookie meals in North America. Wasted cooking oil is also collected and processed into non-food grade fats. The Food Ingredients segment involves the collection and processing of porcine and bovine intestines, as well as the acquisition and processing of beef and pork bone chips, cattle hides, pig skins, and fish skins into collagen. Collagen peptides, sold under this segment through brands like Rousselot and Peptan, are utilized in various gelatin and collagen-based products for global industries and consumers.
Darling Ingredients has gained prominence in Western markets, contributing to the growth of the Nutri cosmetics industry outside Asia with its collagen peptide products. Operating in 270 plants across five continents, the company extracts value-added products, including green energy, renewable diesel, collagen, fertilizer, animal proteins and meals, and ingredients for pet food, from approximately 10% of the world's meat industry waste streams.
Ashland is a global corporation specializing in the production of unique ingredients and additives, with a commitment to enhancing the world. The company actively engages with clients across diverse industries, including pharmaceuticals, personal care, architectural coatings, construction, energy, food, beverage, and nutraceuticals. Ashland emphasizes sustainability in its operations and conducts research to improve its products. The business is structured into units such as life sciences, Personal Care and Household, Intermediates and solvents, and Intersegment Sales. Within the Personal Care and household segment, Ashland Global Holdings offers collagen.
One notable product introduced by Ashland in France in 2013 is the Actopenting biofunctional, an innovative bio-engineered peptide designed based on skin structure. This product supports the skin's natural production of dermatopontin, a vital protein crucial for restoring skin structure. Notably, Ashland's peptide was the first commercially available product proven to enhance the presence of various proteins supporting skin structure, both in vitro and ex vivo. Operating in over 100 countries, including North America, Europe, the Asia Pacific, and Latin America, Ashland is dedicated to advancing its industry with a global reach.
Tessenderlo Group has undergone a significant transformation from being a chemical manufacturer to becoming a diversified industrial conglomerate, focusing prominently on agriculture and the effective utilization of bio-residuals. The company specializes in providing industrial solutions and extends its services to clients in various end markets, including consumer goods, construction, agriculture, food, and industry. Within the bio-valorization segment of Tessenderlo Group's animal by-product processing division, key players involved in the production, trade, and sale of gelatin and collagen peptides are PB Leiner and Akiolts.
PB Leiner, a business unit of Tessenderlo Group, operates within the core markets of food, pharmaceuticals, health & nutrition, pet food, agriculture, aqua feed, animal feed, energy, biodiesel, oleo-chemistry, and sanitary services. Under the Bio-valorization segment, PB Leiner offers a comprehensive range of premium gelatins and collagen peptides, with a focus on customization to meet clients' specific requirements. Notably, PB Leiner holds the distinction of being the first gelatin producer to introduce cold-soluble gelatin products to the market, leading to an expansion of its specialty product range.
Utilizing pigskin, cattle hide, and bone, PB Leiner manufactures gelatin and collagen products, with a majority of raw materials sourced locally. Competition for these raw materials extends beyond other gelatin producers to encompass various end users, including direct applications in human food, pet food, and leather manufacturing.
Tessenderlo Group operates on a global scale, with manufacturing units for bio-valorization products located in Belgium, Germany, the UK, China, the US, France, Argentina, and Brazil.
Collagen Market by Product Type, Applications (Nutritional Products, Food & Beverages Products, Pharmaceuticals Products, Cosmetics & Personal care Products, textile), Source, Form, Type, Extraction process and Region - Global Forecast to 2030
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