Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
The United States is in crisis. As we write this article, videos of racial violence and racist threats toward Black people in America flood social and news media channels. Public demonstrations against injustice are happening in at least 30 localities. During non-violent protests, other parties have engaged in vandalism and looting, spurring varied and often disproportionate police response.
Nestlé will have to lose the adjective “Incredible” to describe its plant-based burgers in Europe, after a Dutch court found that the word infringes on an Impossible Foods trademark.
If you’re Black, you know that supporting community-minded businesses is important, and part of a success story. But that support shouldn’t just fall to you.
Etihad Airways has launched ‘Etihad Wellness’, an expanded health and hygiene programme and customer guide. The move builds on the stringent measures already put in place by the airline to deal with Covid-19. The programme will be championed by the introduction of specially trained wellness ambassadors, who will seek to provide essential travel health information […]
It all began on Friday when Nike flipped the script on its iconic tagline with a message directly addressing the protests in the wake of the police murder of George Floyd that inflamed issues of systemic racial inequality and police brutality.
Self-care is selling, and clean beauty brands are adjusting their marketing accordingly. After shifting their marketing focus to the efficacy of their products to compete with heritage beauty brands, clean beauty companies are now expanding their narratives and going back to their original focus on self-care and wellness.
It’s this idea that wellness encompasses everything in our life that frames The Energy Project at Psycle. If you’re not sleeping properly, you’re probably not getting the most out of your workouts. If your workouts aren’t effective, perhaps you’re reaching for the wrong foods afterwards.