According to the report, U.S. demand for condoms market is expected to reach USD 1,563.95 million in 2020, growing at a CAGR of 3.5% till 2020.
A condom is a type of covering made up of rubber worn on the type the penis or inserted into the vagina before intercourse. It protects from transmission of infectious disease such as sexually transmitted infections and diseases (STIs/STDs), AIDS, Hepatics etc. Condoms are also utilized for collection of semen for infertility treatment. It plays important role in prevention of unwanted pregnancy. The condoms are manufactured in different sizes, and flavors. There are different types of condoms available in markets such as male and female condoms with the variety of features and flavors. Male condoms are made up of latex (rubber), polyurethane while the female condom is made up of nitrile.
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Condom market is mainly driven by increasing awareness regarding sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and HIV. It is necessary to take care of infection and diseases like HIV during any sexual activity which boosts the demand for condoms. Rising need for family planning and population control is expected to witness a substantial growth during the forecast period. The increasing prevalence of STD in U.S. gives potential market growth opportunities within a forecast period. Some of the novel opportunities include innovative packaging, use of nitrile polymer for female condoms, line extensions and innovative labeling of condoms. However, lack of awareness and availability of other contraceptive methods may hinder the growth of condom market in the years to come.
On the basis of gender, the U.S. condom market is segmented into the male and female condom. The male condom segment of condom market was the fastest growing segment of condom market in 2014.
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It is expected to continue this trend during the forecast period due to its advantages such as low cost, easy to use, and few side effects. The male condom is expected to grow at a strong CAGR in coming years due to increasing awareness about the STD.
In terms of distribution channel, the condom market is segmented into commercial outlets, non-commercial outlets and non-traditional outlets. Commercial outlets segment was the major segment of U.S. condom market and accounted for significant share of the entire market in 2014. Non-commercial outlet was the second largest distribution channel in 2014. U.S. has the highest rate of sexually transmitted infections worldwide and exceeding other regions by 50 to 100 times. This fact is going to fuel the demand for condoms in this region.
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Some of the key player for U.S. condom market includes TTK Group, Sagami Rubber Industries, Reckitt Benckiser Group, Ansell Healthcare LLC, Graphic Armor LLC, and Church & Dwight.