Welltodo Today: Leon Turns Restaurants Into Shops, F&B Brands Look For Labour, Femtech’s Rise


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

Distributors, Retailers Seek to Add Labor, While Foodservice Declines – BevNET.com

Even as the coronavirus has ground most of the U.S. economy to a near stop, food and beverage suppliers and retailers – deemed an essential business by state and federal governments – are running at full speed, and looking to expand.

The No. 1 Hotel Brand in the World Is Bringing Its Famous Wellness Programming Online – and It’s Free

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is widely regarded as one of the most luxurious wellness and hospitality brands on the planet. And we’re not just saying that – Travel + Leisure readers have voted Six Senses the No. 1 Hotel Brand in the World for the past three years.

Emma Barry

It’s no mistake that many successful boutiques have a baller brand strategist sitting at their core What inspires you the most in the world of fitness? Our intent. I love that we’re inherently good as an industry, trying our best to bring health and happiness to our communities.

After years of neglect, femtech is getting substantial investment

So-called ‘femtech’ – where technology and women’s health collide – is about so much more than menstruation, and the sector is having a “hockey stick” moment. There are female founders pioneering products around conception, pregnancy, miscarriage, motherhood, menopause, disease diagnosis and even – shock, horror – sexual pleasure.

Fast food chain turns its restaurants into shops

Roughly half the meals we eat are eaten while we are at work or at school. The shutdown of restaurants has seen supermarkets forced to move from operating at 50% of capacity to 130%, according to John Vincent, the founder and chief executive of fast food chain Leon.

These digital support groups can help you cope with the specific challenges that COVID-19 brings

Due to these uncertain financial times, I had to temporarily put a pin in my costly weekly therapy sessions, even though I need them now more than ever.


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