Welltodo Today: Kellogg Targets Wellness, Gyrokinesis, Disrupting Wellness Travel

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

Kellogg targets health-conscious consumers with W.K.Kellogg line – FoodBev Media

Kellogg will enter the UK organic and vegan foods market with a new range of plant-based cereals under the W.K.Kellogg brand. The company said the five-strong range will be ‘completely unique to the cereal market, offering differentiated natural flavours at an accessible price point’.

How Millennials Are Disrupting the Wellness Travel Market

The Global Wellness Summit (GWS), held at The Breakers Palm Beach in Florida, attracted over 600 delegates from 40-plus countries. The 11 th annual event – the world’s premiere gathering of leaders and influencers from the $3.72 trillion global wellness industry – presented a robust program covering every sector of the wellness industry.

The Plus Factor: Why healthy fast-casual dining is the new fast food

This week on The Plus Factor, we’re talking about the healthy fast-casual revolution. Sure, it’s awesome that it’s becoming as easy to get an organic grain bowl as a Big Mac. But why now and where is the trend going next? Here, industry insiders sound off.

Why gyrokinesis classes are all the rage in London this winter

It’s Friday night and I’m lying on my back with my feet in two stirrups, legs in the air, with a woman telling me to breathe deeply as she prises my thighs apart. This isn’t a kinky 50 Shades fantasy, or even a particularly thorough trip to the STD clinic.

Nestlé announces reorganisation of its infant nutrition business – FoodBev Media

Nestlé’s infant nutrition business will change from the globally managed Nestlé nutrition to a regionally managed business to boost growth in the category. As of January 2018, a strategic business unit will be created to manage core global functions including science-based innovation, quality management, compliance, and global manufacturing capacity.

The future of food depends on dirt

A small South Dakota farm holds lessons for feeding a crowded and less predictable world.

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