hydrolyzed collagen peptides Bovine Collagen Powder hydrolyzed
marine collagen peptides ISO9001 Standard
Comparative advantages of our collagen peptide powder
1. Guarantee raw materials. Cattle used to produce bovine collagen
are raised in areas where TSE / BSE disease does not occur.
2. Guarantee product facilities. The production facility used to
produce bovine collagen does not process any other BSE / TSE
3. Good solubility: The molecular weight of the hydrolyzed bovine
collagen peptide is less than 1500 Daltons, which makes it have
good solubility in water.
4. Good fluidity: Our bovine collagen peptide has good fluidity. It
can be easily used to produce tablets or capsules or instant solid
|Testing Item||Standard||Test Method|
|Apperance, Smell and impurity||White to yellowish powder||Pass|
|Characteristic smell, faint amino acid smell and free from foreign
|No impurity and black dots by naked eyes directly||Pass|
|Sulfur dioxide (So2)||≤50mg/kg||China Food Industry Method|
|Residual hydrogen perxide||≤10mg/kg||China Food Industry Method|
|Melamine||Absence||China Food Industry Method|
|Chromium (calculated of Cr)||＜2.0PPM||ICP-MS|
|Total Plate Count||＜1000 cfu/g||USP2021|
|Yeast and Mould||＜50 cfu/g||USP2021|
|Salmonelia Spp||Negative in 25gram||USP2022|
Meet Chinese Hydrolyzed Bovine Collagen Peptide Standard
(Using USP reference test method)
1. Free samples: We can provide up to 200 grams of free samples for
testing. If you want to provide a large number of samples for
machine trial or trial production purposes, please purchase the
required 1 kg or several kg.
2. Sample delivery method: We will use DHL to deliver samples for
3. Freight: If you also have a DHL account, we can send it through
your DHL account. If you do not have a DH account, we can negotiate
how to pay for shipping.
Difference between bovine collagen and fish collagen
Bovine collagen is slightly different from marine fish collagen
because it contains both type 1 and type 3 collagen, while marine
fish collagen contains only type 1 collagen. Type I collagen and
type III collagen are usually found in the skin, hair, nails,
muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, gums, teeth, eyes and blood
vessels of animals. Overall, type 1 and type 3 collagen accounts
for more than 90% of human collagen.
The original structure of bovine collagen is a triple helix
structure consisting of three amino acid chains. The hydrolysis
process divides the triple helix structure into small fragments
with a molecular weight of less than 1500 Daltons.