Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
It’s the fastest growing segment in the grocery sector. It has brands that are bigger than Coca-Cola and Stella Artois. And now it has a new accreditation scheme – to champion and promote the brilliant work taking place in the burgeoning and constantly evolving £15.1bn own-label sector.
Space Cycle, the boutique cycle brand in China which received backing of US$15m (£11.5m) from Chinese internet giant Alibaba earlier this year, says it wants to extend its influence beyond fitness and into lifestyle.
Transforming a life in just three or four days. That’s the aim at SHA Wellness in Alicante Spain. A remedy for the conveyor-belt speed of 2018 life, at SHA through a finely tuned mix of medical innovation, natural therapies and nutrition, the typical goal is to 180 the life of each client.
Though the legal cannabis industry is expected to grow by $50 billion by 2026 and hemp-derived Cannabidiol (CBD) accounted for $190 million in retail sales last year, there are still challenges for cannabis-infused brands and products looking to grow and scale.
Food delivery service Blue Apron, whose convenient one-box meal kits have brought high-end meals to millions of millennial kitchens, is using its activation at this year’s New York Wine & Food Festival to delight consumers and build its reputation as a serious culinary tastemaker.
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson describes how he made the company’s ex-CEO cry, slams Under Armour, and insults Diet Coke-drinking women, in a new tell-all book
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson writes in a book titled “Little Black Stretchy Pants” that the company “self-imploded” when its executives, and particularly former CEO Christine Day, allegedly focused too much on driving up the company’s stock price and in turn, lowered investments in quality control.
In this ever-connected world, finding time to switch off and focus solely on personal well-being can be a rare moment for many. Enter “Yoga With Adriene”: A platform inviting people of all shapes and sizes to do yoga from their own home.