Supplement Manufacturing Partner

Collagen Manufacturing


Your powder formula must be blended together to ensure even distribution of ingredients in each bottle.

Bottle/Bag Filling

Once all ingredients in your formula are blended they are filled in your bottle or bag of choice. We offer amazing packaging options to fill your powder with.

Polishing & Inspection

Each powder bottle is polished of any excess powder for a clean finished look and triple inspected for any defects


After powder is manufactured, post inspection we run identity, potency, micro, and heavy metal tests to ensure pharmaceutical grade quality.

Our Capabilities

Custom Nutraceutical Collagen Manufacturing

Collagen is a family of proteins that occur naturally in the connective tissues and flesh of animals. When used in supplements and foods, collagen must be broken down into hydrolyzed collagen, which is a polypeptide composite made when gelatin or denatured collagen is subjected to hydrolysis.

This form of collagen can be dissolved but still retains the properties that make it useful in a health supplement.

When processing hydrolyzed collagen, manufacturers must complete several steps. The first step in the process is demineralization, followed by the extraction of collagen to gelatine. Next, the gelatine is subjected to enzymatic hydrolysis, which produces hydrolyzed collagen.

After the manufacturer has obtained hydrolyzed collagen, it must be filtered, sterilized, and dried before it can be used in supplements thus ending the collagen manufacturing process.

Customize Your Collagen Supplement

We encourage creativity when it comes to creating your custom collagen supplements! You gain the freedom to use any ingredient you want to compliment the collagen. Any health-related issue you are willing to try and solve with your supplement you can.

Unique combinations of supplements allow you to be a pioneer of sorts by creating a new concept in the industry. With limitless integration between collagen and most supplement ingredients, the sky really is the limit.

If you succeed in carving out a new niche in the sports nutrition industry you can set the tone for all market variables after that. Things like the price point and count per bottle can be dictated by your choices as the industry.

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collagen clients serviced

7 Most Marketable Potential Benefits of Hydrolyzed Collagen

Collagen is versatile enough to hit multiple segments of the supplement industry such as skin care, anti-inflammatory, and joint repairing supplements.

1. Could Help Improve Metabolism.*

Additional collagen in the body could potentially increase lean muscle mass and helps the body process essential nutrients. This leads to a higher metabolism, allowing the consumer to burn more calories with less effort. This can be especially beneficial for aging consumers, who often face bone degeneration.

2. Bettering Liver Health.*

Another of the key collagen peptides potential benefits is better liver health. Collagen is thought to improve blood flow and helps the liver avoid damage as it detoxifies the body.

3. Support for the Cardiovascular System.*

Collagen supports several functions that could improve the health of the consumer’s cardiovascular system, including the release of fat buildup from artery walls and shrinking of fat inside the arteries.

4. More Youthful Skin.*

Reduced collagen production with age leads to less elasticity in the skin, looser skin, and more wrinkles. Adding collagen back to the skin, however, allows it to regenerate cells more effectively.

5. Stronger Teeth, Hair, and Nails.*

Collagen is a key building block for an individual’s nails, hair, and teeth. Increasing intake of collagen can improve the strength and integrity of all of these parts of the body.

6. Improvement of Digestive Issues.*

Increased collagen in an individual’s body supports the healing of damaged cell walls in the intestines, which can improve the symptoms of leaky gut syndrome.

7. Enhanced Joint Integrity.*

A loss of collagen leads to pain and stiffness in the joints. Restoring this collagen can improve these symptoms, allowing the individual to move more freely and comfortably.