A naturally occurring, water-soluble substance called tannin, also known as tannic acid, is found in the leaves, seeds, roots, barks, and stems of plants. Additionally, it can be found in a variety of nuts, herbs, spices, fruits, and vegetables such cranberries, strawberries, blueberries, grapes, and oranges. One of the main elements driving a good prognosis for the Tannin Market is the food and beverage sector's rapid expansion, combined with the rising use of additives in tea, coffee, wine, and beer. Tannin is added to wines to improve structural stability and colour stability. The market is expanding due to rising consumer preference for leather-based garments, footwear, and bags.