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Published on : Sep 12, 2019

A new report, titled “Fish Collagen Peptides Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2019 - 2027,” has recently been added to ResearchMoz.us. The market study offers an in-depth analysis of the past, current, and future status of the global vibration sensor market on the basis of various market segments.

The increasing application of fish collagen peptides in cosmetics is driving the global fish collagen peptides market significantly. According to the report, the market will rise at a CAGR of nearly 8% during the period from 2019 to 2027. The continuous research for the development of regenerative medicines for a faster and more efficient wound healing will support the global market in the years to come.

The worldwide fish collagen peptide market boasts of a large pool of players. Some of the leading players in this market are:

• Nitta Gelatin Inc.

• GELITA AG

• Capsugel Belgium NV

• Amicogen Inc.

• Vivesa Holding S.R.O.

 

To remain in the competition, these companies mainly rely on product advancements through extensive research. Going forward, they will focus more on different marketing strategies to improve their visibility in the global market, states the research report.

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In terms of types, fish skin and scales and fish bones and fins are the main collagen peptides available in the global fish collagen peptides market. These peptides are primarily utilized in bone and joint health products, cosmeceuticals, nutraceuticals, and pharmaceuticals products. Hitherto, bone and joint health products were the key application area of fish collagen peptides. However, cosmeceuticals is projected to emerge as the main contributor in the years to come. Geographically, North America is leading the global fish collagen peptides market and is expected to continue doing so in the near future, notes the market study.