Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
In 2018, the UK overtook Germany as the country with the highest number of new vegan food products launched, according to new Mintel research. The study found that 16% of food products released in the UK in 2018 had a vegan or no animal ingredients claim, doubling from just 8% in 2015.
A lot of men who shop at Lululemon got their introduction to the brand through a woman. They were boyfriends or husbands who tagged along on a shopping trip, or a woman may have just gone ahead and bought them something herself.
This week at the Consumer Electronics Show wellness-conscious technology takes centerstage. From recovery technology to personalized nutrition, we think Lumen, FightCamp, mitte, Healium, and Dreem Band are a few of the most innovative health gadgets that will be hitting the shelves in 2019.
Call it the Instagram effect, but chances are the inside of your fridge is looking pretty ~cute~ these days. While in generations past, packaging for healthy food and drinks looked more crunchy than cool, now, it’s hard to imagine a brand launching without a sans serif font and minimalistic label-as the New York Times recently called out in a major way.
Although Target is still in the nascent stages of developing its wellness strategy, it’s set to be one of many significant changes to its beauty department. In late December, natural beauty brand Pacifica launched with Target its first-ever ingestibles comprised of four beauty powders to complement its existing portfolio of skin care, makeup, and hair and nail care.
Silicon Valley millionaire Serge Faguet thinks pills, injections and implants will turn him into a superhuman. Could they?