The game-changing investment, acquisition and funding news impacting the industry and driving the business of wellness this week.
Beyond Meat to capitalize on plant-based popularity, introduce breakfast sausage in 5,000 new locations
Beyond Meat will introduce its frozen breakfast sausage patties to nearly 5,000 locations, including retail giants Target, Walmart and Kroger, by the end of September. BEYOND MEAT SELLING PLANT-BASED MEATBALLS AT GROCERY STORES The expansion comes as an addition to the company’s retail presence in approximately 26,000 retail outlets and 112,000 retail and foodservice outlets, driven by demand for plant-based alternatives.
When San Francisco went into COVID-19 lockdown on March 17, the last thing 32-year-old tech entrepreneur Niket Desai had to worry about was staying fit. His regular spot, Barry’s, would be closed indefinitely, but Desai had installed the Tempo Studio, an all-in-one home fitness device designed to turn 30 square feet of your living room into an artificial-intelligence-powered micro gym.
In a world of constant Zoom meetings and inevitable Zoom fatigue, L’Oreal-owned Garnier has looked to an interactive and self-guided digital experience to announce its latest sustainability news. On Thursday, the brand shared a self-guided virtual press event called World of Garnier Green Beauty, meant to better convey the brand’s multiple sustainability initiatives and goals, all at once.
Consumer packaged goods, especially those consumer mostly at home, have experienced a resurgence in interest in the past few months. Much like meal kits and alcohol, breakfast cereal lends itself to being consumed at the kitchen table rather than on the go.
Fitness and leisure sector reports COVID rate of 0.34 per 100,000 visits since reopening in England | ukactive
Gyms and leisure facilities in England have seen more than 22 million visits since reopening but just 78 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among customers, according to new figures published by ukactive.
What I Know When John Mackey was 22 years old, he moved into a vegetarian co-op, in part because he thought he might meet interesting people. There, he learned a clean-eating ethic that he would continue to embrace throughout his life.
Already a startup star, the shoemaker is gunning for Nike next with a natural-materials running shoe.