Welltodo Today: The Nue Co. Launches Stress-Busting Fragrance, Vita Mojo Raises £10m, Sleep Tech


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

Luxury Vitamin Brand Offers Shoppers New York Storefront And Fragrance

The Nue Co. is a digitally native wellness brand focused on helping customers use supplements to achieve health and de-stress, and is opening a storefront to provide one-to-one support Julie Miller’s luxury supplement brand, The Nue Co., came to fruition after Miller created her own vitamins to combat her IBS.

The sleep tech test: can 21st century gadgetry give you a better night’s sleep than traditional methods?

We all know that sleep is one of the most important things for our health. Go without, and you raise your risk of a list of medical issues that is so long it would be too tiring to list here.

Patagonia continues to put its money where its mouth is by donating its $10 million tax cut

Since its founding, Patagonia (which is a certified B Corp) has strived to be as environmentally and socially responsible as possible: investing in other organizations that are equally committed to the cause; using sustainable, recycled, and organically-grown materials; and taking a strong political stance on issues they feel are core to their values (even if it might not be popular to do so).

Lululemon’s Founder Is an Unlikely Guru. That Might Be Why He’s a Billionaire

Chip Wilson’s “Little Black Stretchy Pants” tells the story of the founding of Lululemon, the megasuccessful yoga pants company. This interview and review shows Chip’s new ideas about food, attire, and the future.

They were in college, craving healthy fast food. So they created Sweetgreen

Three college kids, yearning for healthy fast food, didn’t want to compromise on quality or in-store experience. A few months after graduation, they launched Sweetgreen.

Vita Mojo shakes things up with a £10m series A fundraise from Investec

Healthy food-focused restaurant chain Vita Mojo has raised £10m in a series A fundraising round from Investec Bank, as it heads for expansion. The firm said it is now “coming out of stealth mode” to help other businesses with its technology, having already signed up a few major customers such as Virgin Active, Chilango and Wokit.


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