North America Collagen Market Research Report – Segmented By Type, Source, Application & Country (The United States, Canada and Rest of North America) – Industry Analysis on Size, Share, Trends, COVID-19 Impact & Growth Forecast (2024 to 2029)

Updated On: January, 2024
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Pages: 100

North America Collagen Market Size (2023 to 2028)

The market size for collagen in the North American region is expected to grow to USD 5.43 billion by 2028 from USD 3.44 billion in 2023, growing at a CAGR of 9.52% from 2023 to 2028.

Dairy products with collagen have a better texture, foam stability, and chew ability. It also improves the softness and flexibility of bars and serves as a binding agent for the contents in nutritious bars. All of these reasons have led to a rise in collagen utilization in the food business.

As a nutritional supplement for skin replacement, soft skin enlargement, bone and cartilage regeneration, and other uses, collagen is utilized in cosmetic creams. Numerous body care products include collagen, including soaps, shampoos, face creams, lotions, and other cosmetics. The key ingredient in skin and hair care products is hydrolyzed collagen. For example, hydrolyzed collagen is blended with surfactants and active cleaning ingredients in shampoos and shower gels made for personal care products. In cosmetic plastic surgery, collagen fillers that may be injected into the skin are used to address wrinkles and skin depressions. In orthopedic, dental, and surgical operations, bone rebuilding, and wound healing, collagen is frequently employed.

A few other factors driving the collagen market forward in the North American region include changing lifestyles, eating habits, and the adoption of western eating habits, a rise in the demand for functional ingredients in food products, a rise in industrial activity necessitating process improvement, a rise in demand from the pharmaceutical industry and a rise in the use of collagen-based biomaterials, and a rise in per capita income. In addition, collagen peptides lessen the incidence of fat caps while enhancing the meat and meat product's ability to endure storage.

Cultural limitations on the consumption of animal-sourced foods and beverages made from animals require highly advanced technology for the extraction and processing of collagen proteins, higher price of the collagen, increasing competition, some allergic or side effects due to excessive use or impure collagen, rising use of artificial collagen, greater sensitivity to the consumption of collagen in some people, stringent government regulations and the absence of daily intake of nutritional products, lack of processing technologies in the region are the factors that limit market expansion. In Muslim communities, pork and products derived from it are also strictly banned. Instead, they prefer consuming beef-derived products that have received halal certification. These cultural and regional ideas of collagen proteins are barriers to the market's expansion.

This report on the North American collagen market has been segmented and sub-segmented into the following categories.

By Type:

  • Gelatin
  • Collagen Peptide
  • Native Collagen
  • Synthetic Collagen

By Source:

  • Bovine
  • Porcine
  • Fish
  • Chicken
  • Sheep
  • Other Sources

By Application:

  • Food and Beverage
    • Beverage
    • Confectionery
    • Dairy
    • Meat and Fish Products
    • Other Applications
  • Pharmaceuticals
    • Hard Gel Capsules
    • Soft Gel Capsules
    • Microencapsulation
  • Nutraceuticals
    • Sports Nutrition
    • Weight Management
  • Healthcare
    • Wound Dressing
    • Tissue Regeneration
    • Medical Implants
    • Cardiology
    • Research (Cell Culture, Cell Behavior)
    • Drug Delivery
  • Cosmetics

By Country:

  • The United States
  • Canada
  • Rest of North America

The rise of several industries, including healthcare, cosmetics, and food & beverage, has led to North America having the most significant market share. Because of its high public spending on healthcare, increased consumer desire for healthy drinks, and expanding acceptance of collagen in several dietary supplement applications, the United States dominates the industry. However, Canada is the leader because of the nation's developing food sector, which employs collagen as a component in food.

The primary reason for using collagen is to treat and prevent arthritis with collagen-based supplements. Additionally, collagen supplements aid in treating several health issues impacting the skin, hair, and bones. For instance, a protein deficiency results in a dry scalp and hair loss. Collagen aids in the treatment of hair issues because of its high protein concentration. The Canadian population is increasingly driven to eat collagen due to its advantages and benefits.

The increasing prevalence of arthritis provides an opportunity for applying collagen in dietary supplements, driving the market for collagen in North America. In 2015, nearly 23.5 percent of adults in the U.S. had been diagnosed with arthritis, and 10.1 percent had arthritis-attributable activity limitations, according to the American College of Rheumatology (ACR). It is projected to rise to 25.5 percent and 11.6 percent by 2040.


CGelita AG, Nitta Gelatin, NA Inc., Darling Ingredients Inc., Weishardt International, Nippi Collagen NA Inc., Rousselot B.V., Collagen Matrix; Inc., Koninklijke DSM N.V., CONNOILS LLC, and Advanced BioMatrix; Inc. are some of the key companies operating in the North American collagen market profiled in this report.

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