Welltodo Today: Nike Sues Lululemon, Another Big Year For Connected Fitness, Beyond Meat Lands In KFC

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

As CES goes hybrid, connected fitness companies have another big year

CES hasn’t traditionally been the healthiest week for me. Aside from some unintentional intermittent fasting, TechCrunch really has the habit of doing it up with our team dinners at the show, to say nothing of Matt’s near religious devotion to a Mexican place named Tacos & Beer. In my defense, …

Nike sues Lululemon over Mirror Home Gym

NEW YORK, Jan 5 (Reuters) – Nike Inc on Wednesday filed a lawsuit accusing Lululemon Athletica Inc (LULU.O) of patent infringement for making and selling the Mirror Home Gym and related mobile apps without authorization. In a complaint filed in U.S.

After years of pilots, Beyond Meat’s Fried Chicken goes nationwide at KFC

I’ve long been of the opinion that you can deep fry just about anything to make it edible. But such opinions haven’t stopped KFC and Beyond from entering into a years-long pilot of Beyond Fried Chicken to perfect the recipe for mass consumption. The pair started their first trial way back in August…

Six Big Picture Wellness Design Trends For 2022

This is the time of year when we learn about the top colors of the year, which decade is making a style comeback, and whether wallpaper or stainless steel appliances are in or out right now.

Planet Fitness CEO says gym visits are holding up against the omicron variant

Planet Fitness is seeing gym visits and membership growth hold up against the Covid omicron variant, according to the chain’s chief executive officer, Chris Rondeau. “Before there was a vaccine, we did see a pullback on joins and workouts and cancellation spiking,” Rondeau said in an interview Monday on CNBC’s ” Squawk Box.”

Mental health startup looks ‘more like Peloton class’ than teletherapy, CEO says

As the COVID-19 pandemic looks set to stretch into its third year, prolonged isolation and uncertainty continue to take a toll on Americans’ mental health. While studies show Americans are struggling with their mental health in record numbers, it’s not always easy to get treatment.

After raising S$12 million, what’s next for health food purveyor SaladStop!

When she first started patronising SaladStop! in 2010, Linda Goh saw it as a convenient way to eat a quick, healthy lunch before getting back to her work at a private bank. These days, Goh continues to frequent the healthy food chain, albeit through its online store.

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