Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Mindful movement Shape shifting “I don’t want to see anything you build,” recalls architect Reda Amalou of his remit from Mehdi Rheljari. The owner of Kasiiya in Papagayo, Costa Rica, envisioned a resort nestling so contextually within these 123 acres of waterfront jungle that ‘magpie-jay birds would be more visible than buildings’.
Welcome to And Finally, your round up of the biggest stories of the week you might have missed – with a healthy dose of speculation and rumour thrown in as well. We’ve ended up being a little Apple heavy this week – with a bevy of stories coming out of Cupertino, both positive and negative….
Interview: How Subscription Meal Service Daily Harvest Blends Health And Convenience | Retail | from PSFK
Daily Harvest’s frozen soups, smoothies and other meals offer convenience and on-demand ingredients to busy millennials, and in its new interactive popup shop, the brand is focusing on enabling an environment for experimentation and consumer feedback Daily Harvest delivers health-conscious consumers a different kind of frozen food.
The wellness industry-which has its roots in niche environments like grocery store health food aisles, and movements like clean eating-has ballooned this past decade into a $4.2 trillion juggernaut. It’s so robust that established companies in adjacent industries-weight loss, health food, and beauty-are refashioning themselves to better fit into the wellness machine.
Changes are afoot at The Coca-Cola Company’s Venturing and Emerging Brands (VEB) unit, with an internal memorandum detailing structural changes set to take effect in the new year, including staff reductions and a shifting of select brands into the broader Coke system.
Exploring the evolving market for food and beverage in the U.K. from the perspective of two London-based entrepreneurs: Jarr Kombucha co-founder Adam Vanni and Moju Drinks co-founder Rich Goldsmith. Also in this episode: the hosts discussed notable moments and presentations from day one of BevNET Live Winter 2018
By replacing the predictable parts of traditional yoga studios with hip-hop and candlelight, Y7 is growing and garnering cult status. Its cofounder and CEO, Sarah Larson Levey, spoke about hiring key people at the Girlboss Rally. Find out how she’s flipping the script on fitness.
It used to be kale, then Brussels sprouts, then avocados. Some attempted to make fiddleheads a thing. But now, in 2018, the trendiest vegetable is the humble, Charlie Brown-headed cauliflower. The cruciferous veggie has exploded in the last two years.