Sea Cucumber Peptide

Specification: 75% oligopeptides
Certificates: ISO22000; Halal; NON-GMO Certification
Annual supply capacity: More than 80000 tons
Features: Good solubility; Good stability; Low viscosity; Easy to digest and absorb; No antigenicity, safe to eat
Application: Nutritional food for rehabilitation after illness; Athlete food; Health food for special population

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Product Introduction

Sea cucumber peptide is natural bioactive compounds extracted from sea cucumbers, a type of marine animal that belongs to the echinoderm family. Peptides are short chains of amino acids that serve as building blocks for proteins. Sea cucumber peptide has been found to possess various health benefits, including antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as potential anti-cancer, anti-coagulant, and immunomodulatory effects. These peptides are believed to play a crucial role in the sea cucumber's ability to regenerate its damaged tissues and protect itself from environmental stressors.

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Product Name Sea Cucumber Peptide Source Finished Goods Inventory
Item Quality Standard Test Result
Color Yellow , Brown yellow or light yellow Brown yellow
Odor Characteristic Characteristic
Form Powder ,Without aggregation Powder ,Without aggregation
Impurity No impurities visible with normal vision No impurities visible with normal vision
Total protein(dry basis %)(g/100g) ≥ 80.0 84.1
Peptide content(d ry basis %)(g/100g) ≥ 75.0 77.0
Proportion of protein hydrolysis with relative molecular mass less than 1000u /% ≥ 80.0 84.1
Moisture  (g/100g) ≤ 7.0 5.64
Ash  (g/100g) ≤ 8.0 7.8
Total Plate Count (cfu/g) ≤ 10000 270
E. Coli  (mpn/100g)  ≤ 30 Negative
Molds( cfu/ g )  ≤ 25  < 10
Yeast ( cfu/ g ) ≤ 25 < 10
Lead     mg/kg ≤ 0.5 Not be detected  (< 0.02)
Inorganic arsenic  mg/kg ≤ 0.5  < 0.3
MeHg  mg/kg ≤ 0.5  < 0.5
Pathogens  (Shigella, Salmonella, Staphylococcus aureus)  ≤ 0/25g Not be detected
Package Specification: 10kg/bag ,or 20kg/bag
Inner packing: Food grade PE bag
Outer packing: Paper-plastic bag
Shelf life 2 years
Intended Applicatons Nutrition supplement
Sport and health food
Meat and fish products
Nutrition bars, snacks
Meal replacement beverages
Non-dairy ice cream
Baby foods, Pet foods
Bakery, Pasta, Noodle
Prepared by: Ms. Ma o Approved by:  Mr. Cheng


1.High-quality source: Sea cucumber peptides are derived from the sea cucumber, a marine animal that is highly esteemed for its nutritional and medicinal value.
2.Pure and concentrated: Peptide products are typically pure and highly concentrated, containing a high percentage of active ingredients.
3.Easy to use: Sea cucumber peptide products come in various forms, including capsules, powders, and liquids, making them easy to use and incorporate into your daily routine.
4.Safe and natural: Sea cucumber peptides are generally considered to be safe and natural, with no known side effects.
5.Sustainably sourced: Many sea cucumber peptide products are sustainably sourced, ensuring that they are harvested in an environmentally responsible manner that supports the long-term health of the ecosystem.

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• Sea Cucumber Peptide applied to food fields.
• Sea Cucumber Peptide applied to health care products.
• Sea Cucumber Peptide applied to cosmetic fields.


Production Details (Flow Chart)

Please refer to below our product flow chart.

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Packaging and Service

Storage: Keep in a cool, dry, and clean place, Protect from moisture and direct light.
Bulk Package: 25kg/drum.
Lead Time: 7 days after your order.
Shelf Life: 2 years.
Remark: Customized specifications also can be achieved.

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Logistics security

Payment and Delivery Methods

Under 100kg, 3-5Days
Door to door service easy to pick up the goods

By Sea
Over300kg, Around 30 Days
Port to port service professional clearance broker needed

By Air
100kg-1000kg, 5-7Days
Airport to airport service professional clearance broker needed



Sea Cucumber Peptide is certified by ISO, HALAL, KOSHER and HACCP certificates.


FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Which type of sea cucumber is best?

There are over 1,000 species of sea cucumbers, and not all of them are edible or suitable for medicinal or nutritional purposes. In general, the best type of sea cucumber for consumption or use in supplements is one that is sustainably sourced and has undergone proper processing to ensure the highest quality and safety. Some of the most commonly used species for nutritional and medicinal purposes include the Holothuria scabra, Apostichopus japonicus, and Stichopus horrens. However, the specific type of sea cucumber considered "best" may depend on the intended use and the individual's preferences and needs. It is also important to note that some sea cucumbers may be contaminated with heavy metals or other pollutants, so it is essential to purchase products from reputable sources that test for purity and safety.

How much cholesterol is in a sea cucumber?

Sea cucumbers are low in fat and do not contain any cholesterol. They are also a good source of protein, vitamins, and minerals. However, the nutritional composition of sea cucumbers can vary depending on the species and how they are prepared. It is always recommended to check the nutrition label or consult a nutritionist for specific information on the nutritional content of the sea cucumber product you are consuming.

Is sea cucumber heaty or cooling?

In traditional Chinese medicine, sea cucumbers are believed to have a cooling effect on the body. They are thought to nourish yin energy and have a moistening effect on the body. However, it is important to note that the concept of "heating" and "cooling" foods is based on traditional Chinese medicine and may not necessarily correspond with Western concepts of nutrition. In general, the effect of sea cucumbers on the body is likely to be moderate and may vary depending on factors such as the form of preparation and the individual's health status.

Is sea cucumber rich in collagen?

Sea cucumbers do contain some collagen, but their collagen content is lower compared to other sources like fish, chicken, and beef. Collagen is an important protein that provides structure to skin, bones, and connective tissues. While sea cucumbers may not be the richest source of collagen, they do contain other beneficial compounds like chondroitin sulfate, which is believed to support joint health. Overall, while sea cucumbers may not be the best source of collagen, they can still provide other health benefits and make a nutritious addition to meals.

Is sea cucumber rich in protein?

Sea cucumber is a good source of protein. In fact, it is considered a delicacy in many cultures because of its high protein content. On average, sea cucumber contains between 13-16 grams of protein per 3.5 ounce (100 gram) of serving. It is also low in fat and calories making it a healthy choice for those who want to maintain a healthy diet. Additionally, sea cucumber is a good source of minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, and zinc, and vitamins such as A, E, and B12.

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