Nippi Peptide

About Nippi Peptide

Nippi has been producing and supplying collagen peptide products since 1982.
As a “drinkable protein” in health-conscious soft drinks, collagen peptide gained popularity in the ’90s. Unlike gelatin, collagen peptide solutions will not harden even when cooled or heated, which is why collagen peptide is used by a wide range of customers in various fields such as food, medicine, and industry.

Dedicated collagen peptide production site

Nippi Peptide is produced in a dedicated and highly automated production site located in Fujinomiya city, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. Uniform, high-quality collagen peptide is produced with pure natural water from sacred Mt. Fuji,
a World Heritage Site. The facility is the only collagen peptide manufacturing site in Japan that has obtained pharmaceutical GMP certification, along with FSSC 22000 certification. The facility is also registered by the U.S. FDA and Halal certified (fish origin) to meet customer requirements.

Nippi Peptide research and development

Nippi established its laboratory in 1921 and began collagen research in 1950.
The Nippi Research Institute of Biomatrix develops collagen peptide products in response to our customers’ needs, in tandem with our sales/production division.

What is collagen peptide?

Low-molecular-weight collagen obtained by hydrolyzing and purifying collagen with an enzyme directly or through gelatin is called collagen peptide. Collagen peptide does not gel. By adding collagen peptide to a product, protein content can be increased without changing any physical properties. Collagen peptide is therefore widely used in various fields such as food (health foods, supplements), medicine, quasi-drugs, cosmetics, and industrial metal refining.