♫ Signs Signs, Everywhere a Sign ♫
You recall that classic 70’s song by Five Man Electrical Band. Fast forward 50 years, it’s now:
♫ Supplement Supplement, Everywhere a Supplement ♫
Supplements are no doubt, overtaking grocery stores and online retailers. And they have a new poster child: COLLAGEN.
Collagen. So hot right now.
Collagen is a protein and it’s everywhere in mammals — including us, humans! However, our bodies start to decrease collagen production around 25 years of age. This is a problem for our joints, ligaments, tendons, and the ever-so-popular beauty factor (hair, skin, nails).
Of course, this isn’t a problem if you’ve been eating foods high in collagen. But, and unfortunately, most of us don’t drink bone broth and eat organ meats regularly — and if you have, congrats on replenishing your declining collagen and being in the top 1% of people that eat this way!
This is why collagen supplements exist today. And why they’re growing. Scoop of collagen powder in my coffee or cook up a cow’s second stomach? Hmmm. Since collagen can be taken at really any age, most of us will opt for that supplement.
And the data proves it.
Below are some of the most compelling collagen market growth statistics and trends. Thank you to these wonderful sources for doing the research and providing this data!
Collagen Market Growth Trend #1
Via Grand View Research:
They go on to say:
The food and beverage industry is expected to be a major contributor to the rising demand for gelatin and hydrolyzed collagen.
Collagen Market Growth Trend #2
From New Hope Network
U.S. consumers continue to spend millions on products that have collagen as the main ingredient (growth chart below).
Collagen Market Growth Trend #3
They go on to say:
The growing awareness regarding nutraceuticals and health supplements is one of the key drivers for the growth of the collagen market.
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