Welltodo Today: F45 Bolsters Franchise Business, UN1T Launches In Dublin, Men Muscle In On Plant-Based Movement

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

Are Men Taking Over The Plant-Based Foods Movement?

Earlier this month, NOSH hosted a live event that featured a panel titled “Investing in Plant-Based Brands”. NOSH is an industry trade media outlet, which, in their words “covers the world of Natural, Organic, Sustainable and Healthy entrepreneurial packaged food industry.”

F45 Partners with Swoop Funding to Help International Franchisees Secure Growth Capital

Club Industry was not involved in the creation of this content. | F45 Partners with Swoop Funding to Help International Franchisees Secure Growth Capital

The CPG trends to watch in 2022, per Pop Up Grocer

In 2021, we stocked our fridges and pantries with alcohol-free drinks, mushroom-packed snacks, and chocolate-hazelnut spreads not named Nutella. No, not just us. That’s according to Pop Up Grocer’s year-end look at CPG trends. What’s in store for 2022?

Love Hemp reveals jump in revenues as it hails ‘burgeoning CBD wellness sector’

The business sells a range of over 40 products including CBD oils, capsules and edibles online and in retailers such as Holland & Barrett, Boots, Ocado and Sainsbury’s. Revenues in the year ended 30 June 2021 rose to £4.3 million, compared with £2.7 million in the prior 12 months, and gross profits totalled £1.3 million.

Peloton fires back at its portrayal in ‘Sex and the City’ reboot with own parody ad: ‘He’s alive’

Peloton wants users to know its at-home fitness equipment can improve one’s physical health – not lead to health complications, which was implied in the reboot of “Sex and the City” on HBO Max.

Fitness chain flexes its muscles for Irish launch

Fitness entrepreneur Garrett Ivers has opened Dublin’s first UN1T strength and conditioning group training facility at Stillorgan Village shopping centre. he UN1T concept is the brainchild of Dublin-born, London-based Rob Smyth, a former semi-professional rugby player, who launched the business in 2017. There are now UN1T studios in London, Sydney, Dubai and Qatar.

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