Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Shares of Lululemon, L Brands and Peloton have been active lately. Lululemon rose nearly 2% on Wednesday following a positive call from Goldman Sachs, which named the stock a top idea for its “best in class” brand positioning.
Impossible Foods is debuting faux-chicken nuggets as the market becomes increasingly crowded.
Since the birth of bottled water, manufacturers and execs have been trying to cut down on plastic and appeal to the conscious consumer. As these things often go (see: the death of the metal straw), the movement fizzled out as boxed water lost its novelty.
With riders returning to its studios and others pedaling along virtually, SoulCycle is ramping up its apparel offerings. Having first edged into in-house women’s performance-oriented clothing two years ago with its Soul by SoulCycle brand, the company is branching out with new options for women and an in-house label for men called Yellow.
Plant-based meat was experiencing significant momentum in 2019 before the pandemic grinded innovation to a halt and forced restaurants to significantly pare down their menus. Now the gears of plant-based product development are starting to churn again.
Irish clothing brand Gym+Coffee has begun a hiring spree to more than double its workforce to help it cope with rapid growth and its ambitious plans for massive international expansion. he athleisure brand, which counts pop star Niall Horan among its investors, believes its current rapid growth trajectory means it can become a billion euro company by valuation.
The pandemic has led many people to re-evaluate their well-being and health, and this includes where and how they travel. There is a growing trend to incorporate naturopathic medicine into a hotel’s well-being offering. Here’s where you can find some of them.