Welltodo Today: Cult Beauty Launches Sexual Wellness Category, Cannabis Yoga, TSG Acquires CorePower


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

Kind bars wants the FDA to change how it regulates food labels

Kind, the maker of the popular nut bars, filed a petition Wednesday asking the Food and Drug Administration to change how it regulates claims on food labels. The petition is the latest development in the battle over food labeling.

Cannabis yoga is a big hit with office workers

Cannabis may not be traditionally associated with exercise but increasing numbers of people are taking an extract of the plant to help them become stronger and more flexible.A popular gym chain in London is among the first to offer “cannabliss” yoga classes, which promise to help customers recover f

Wellness Central: TSG Acquires CorePower Yoga from L Catterton

Wellness Central: TSG Acquires CorePower Yoga from L Catterton – WWD clock 14h * Bridget Foley and Lisa Lockwood TSG Consumer Partners has acquired CorePower Yoga from L Catterton. CorePower operates a fast-growing chain of yoga studios in the U.S., and offers instruction via app through CorePower Yoga On Demand.

Wellness Startup WTHN Wants To Democratize Acupuncture And Medicinal Herbs

It’s rare that a startup’s investors include founders from so many hot brands. But WTHN, the buzzy acupuncture studio that launched late last year, counts SoulCycle’s Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice, Sweetgreen’s Nic Jammet, MNDFL’s Ellie Burrows Gluck and Heyday’s Michael Pollak, along with By Chloe’s Sam Wasser, SLT’s Amanda Freeman and Inscape’s Khajak Keledjian.

Cult Beauty’s New Female Sexual Wellness Category Is Here To Empower & De-Stigmatise

If you’re into beauty, there’s no doubt in my mind that Cult Beauty will be one of your favourite websites pretty much ever. And not only does the retailer have an extensive list of top beauty brands, they’re also pretty forward thinking and…

Kraft Heinz enlists five start-ups to join second Springboard class – FoodBev Media

Kraft Heinz has selected five food and drink brands to join the second class of its Springboard incubator platform. Entrants include plant-based yogurt brand Tiny Giants and Origin Almond, which produces a range of cold-pressed juices. Launched in 2016, Springboard aims to nurture, scale, and accelerate the growth of disruptive brands.

Castore to open stores following Andy Murray investment

Murray, who was previously the face of US brand Under Armour, was first seen wearing Castore during the Australian Open in January. Today, it was confirmed that he is the brand’s official kit partner, and has invested an undisclosed amount in the business in return for an equity stake.


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