Welltodo Today: Casper IPOs, Goop Cruises?, Quorn Introduces Carbon Labelling


Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.

Carlsberg launches alcohol-free pilsner brand Nordic in UK – FoodBev Media

Carlsberg has launched a new alcohol-free brand in the UK called Carlsberg Nordic, as the category continues to grow in popularity. The new brand replaces its existing Carlsberg 0.0, an alcohol-free variant of its flagship brand. An alcohol-free pilsner, Carlsberg Nordic is brewed using a blend of hop varieties along with pilsner and caramel malt.

Quorn introduces carbon labelling to inform customers of environmental impact

Quorn is to launch carbon footprint labelling on the majority of its products. On Thursday 9 January, the meat alternative brand announced it had released carbon footprint data for 60 per cent of its range to notify consumers about the extent of their environmental impact when food shopping.

Gwyneth Paltrow announces Goop cruise – but it’ll cost you £5,000

The latest lifestyle, fashion and travel trends Just when you thought we had reached peak Goop, following the announcement that Gwyneth Paltrow’s controversial ‘The Goop Lab Netflix series will air later this month, the actress-turned- wellness warrior goes and announces a new venture: a cruise.

Unicorn Mattress and Sleep Startup Casper Has Filed to Go Public

The buzzy New York City based startup that sells mattresses and other sleep-related products directly to consumers has filed paperwork for its IPO. $1 billion startup Casper is going public. The company filed paperwork with the US Securities and Exchange Commission to start trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

Stylish performance puts JD Sports into a league of its own

JD Sports has lived up to its “king of trainers” slogan by defying the wider retail gloom to reveal that its profits will be at the top of City expectations.

Yale’s ultra-popular ‘Science of Well-Being’ course opens enrollment today-and it’s 100% free

With all it has to offer, it might come as a surprise to you that one of the most popular courses at Yale University focuses on teaching students to be happier. If you’re not enrolled at the Ivy League institution, you can still take the Yale happiness class for free, right on your computer.


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