Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
Bikram Yoga’s lawyer wants to salvage the yoga chain after millions of dollars in lawsuits and numerous allegations of sexual misconduct.
In the beauty biz, ‘anti-aging’ has become a taboo phrase, replaced by coded, botanical buzzwords. But what exactly do ‘restorative leaf juice’ and ‘time traveler serum’ actually do?
With Food Ingredients Europe (FiE) underway in Frankfurt, market intelligence agency Mintel has revealed a hunger for new ingredients across Europe. According to new research from the company, as many as 41% of Italian, 38% of Polish, 35% of German, 32% of French and 21% of Spanish consumers say they enjoy experimenting with ingredients.
Last winter, the sportswear giant Adidas opened a pop-up store inside a Berlin shopping mall. The boutique was part of a corporate experiment called Storefactory-a name as flatly self-explanatory as it is consistent with the convention of German compound nouns. It offered a single product: machine-knit merino wool sweaters, made to order on the spot.
By – Decision makers from the likes of Google, Airbnb and Lonely Planet tell us what they’re most looking forward to seeing, discovering and experiencing next year. The travel industry: it moves faster than an Airbus A380. In 2017 we saw the emergence of millennial airlines, vegan cruises and smart luggage labels.
Candy giant Mars (which manufactures Snickers and M&M’s, among other drugstore confectionary staples) is investing beyond the traditional candy bar: The company just bought a minority stake in Kind, the healthy fruit and nut protein snack brand, The New York Times reports.