Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Nestlé believes plant-based is a ‘once in a generation opportunity’ to revive ready meals: ‘The story is beyond burgers’
The Swiss company grew sales of its plant-based products to CHF200m in 2019, CEO Mark Schneider revealed yesterday. This success was driven by innovation and new product launches, the chief executive noted during a conference call to discuss the company’s 2019 financial performance.
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Canadian company Neptune Wellness Solutions launched its first brand under its new CEO, Michael Cammarata, who previously co-founded and led Schmidt’s Naturals. Called Forest Remedies, the brand will sell 14 products at launch, including hemp body care, hemp ingestibles and aromatherapy oils. It will expand to 40-plus products by the end of February.
The world of fitness is rapidly evolving, and a new crop of digitally-based fitness experiences are gaining traction. Enter Obé, which streams over 100 live fitness classes every week, and has a library of over 2,500 workouts on demand for $27 per month.
Eat JUST, Inc., the company behind plant-based mayo and ranch salad dressing, announced this morning that it will be releasing a new iteration of its JUST egg -a four-pack of folded, pre-cooked plant-based scramble that will retail for $4.99 in the freezer aisle.
Fitness apparel business Gymshark has expanded its headquarters near Solihull. The company has taken the final unit at IM Properties’ Connexion campus on Blythe Valley Park. The 56,888 sq ft unit is Gymshark’s third letting at BVP since moving its global headquarters to the site in 2018, and its second letting at Connexion, bringing the total space occupied to 130,000 sq ft on the scheme.