Welltodo Today: PepsiCo & Beyond Meat Partner, Beverages With Benefits, Super Gyms

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

PepsiCo and Beyond Meat’s joint venture will reportedly launch a plant-based jerky

Beyond Meat and PepsiCo’s joint venture is planning to launch a plant-based jerky as its first product, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. Beyond and Pepsi announced the joint venture, called The PLANeT Partnership, nearly a year ago with the goal of creating plant-based snacks and drinks together.

Beverages With Benefits: Do They Really Work?

Grocery aisles are turning into beauty shelves with a crop of chic new drinks with too-good-to-be true wellness claims. “If I drink this stuff, will I turn into a beautiful supermodel?” reads an Instagram comment on a post from Kin Euphorics, a line of “mood boosting” beverages, co-founded by Bella Hadid.

The pitch deck that helped a sexual-wellness startup raise $5.4 million

Mitch Orkis and Hunter Morris are the cofounders of LA-based sexual-wellness brand Cake. The brand targets a gender-fluid Gen Z and saw 470% quarter-over-quarter growth in 2021. Here’s the pitch deck they used to raise $5.4 million from VC firms like Lerer Hippeau.

Will Unilever drop food brands as it focuses on health and wellness?

Unilever may be looking at divesting some or all of its food brands as the company focuses on the health and beauty sector, CEO Alan Jope told reporters on a widely reported Monday phone call.

Peloton hires McKinsey to review cost structure; cycle maker may cut jobs, close stores

Peloton is working with management consulting group McKinsey & Co. to review its cost structure and potentially eliminate some jobs, CNBC has learned. The possible job cuts were discussed in a recent call with members of Peloton’s management team, according to a recording obtained by CNBC.

At The New Breed Of Super Gym, You’ll Never Want To Skip A Session

From Himalayan salt-walled saunas to clear climbing wall, these gyms aren’t your average. Vogue takes a look at the rise of the super gym, a trend for gyms, like Third Space and BXR, putting health and wellbeing facilities all in one place.

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