Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Almost 30 years ago, in 1995, two researchers from the University of Mississippi were granted a patent for ” the use of turmeric for wound healing.” At that time, turmeric was not known in the U.S. for being a wellness “super-ingredient”; the age of golden oat milk lattes had not yet risen.
Telehealth startup Hims & Hers is partnering with lifestyle eCommerce fashion retailer REVOLVE to advance health and wellness products for millennial and generation Z consumers. Hims & Hers is a multi-specialty telehealth platform that offers custom health and wellness experiences.
‘Every brand has a purpose’: A collective of women’s health brands rally against Texas’ new abortion law – Glossy
In light of Texas’ recently passed abortion laws, women’s wellness brands took at a full-page ad in the New York Times to respond.
Health and Wellness Food Market 2020-2024|Surging Adoption of Healthy Eating Habits to Boost Growth |17,000+ Technavio Research Reports
The global health and wellness market size is expected to grow by USD 1,299.84 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of 6.37% during the forecast period. In the short term, the market demand will show Inferior growth due to the increase in infections and reduced economic activity.
Activewear was the hottest fashion category over the last year. So much so that nearly every major brand and retailer has added some version of activewear to its pandemic must-have assortments. Everyone from and Target to Madewell to Danielle Bernstein’s WeWoreWhat, were placing bets on activewear during quarantine, as wellness took on a new meaning and consumers looked toward sports for recreation and entertainment.
CBN (cannabinol) is used as a sedative, as covered in The Brief, while CBG (cannabigerol) is touted as a more powerful version of CBD. CBC (cannabichromene) is believed to boost anandamide, the brain’s “bliss” molecule, and THCV (tetrahydrocannabivarin), which has some psychoactive effect, reportedly suppresses appetite.
One in three Britons drink plant-based milk, according to a report that suggests they have become a mainstream choice for consumers. Shoppers spent £100m more in 2020 on alt-milks, made from oats, almonds or soya, turning it into a near £400m-a-year market.