Today’s key global wellness news articles from around the world, impacting the industry and influencing the business of wellness.
From personal and business guidance to health-promoting vacation options, luxury brands are updating their services and products to reflect growing consumer interest in health and wellness The wellness trend isn’t like other fads-it has moved beyond its 15 minutes of fame and infiltrated entire industries, ranging from beauty to work, as consumer interest in health and wellbeing continues to grow and shows no sign of fizzling out.
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Planet Fitness is America’s fastest-growing health club company with gyms in all 50 states and a foothold in Canada, Mexico, the Dominican Republic and Panama. Its global membership is approaching 12m, but purists have been less than impressed, with one critic scathingly dismissing it as the fitness industry’s answer to Walmart.
(( Coca-Cola NYSE:KO) and PepsiCo NASDAQ:PEP) made their names peddling sugary drinks. Traditional soda sales, however, have been falling, forcing both companies to diversify their portfolios. That’s led both Coke and Pepsi into waters, juices, and other healthy drinks. Daniel B. Kline has no position in any of the stocks mentioned.
Share to email Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Share to google Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. The next-generation Xiaomi fitness tracker is coming soon, if the web rumor mill is to be believed.
Eli Halliwell wants to take your bubbles away. You know, the morning ritual where you squirt some shampoo from the bottle, massage your scalp, and run the suds through your locks. The one where you imagine all the schmutz swirling away down the drain. Not good, says the cofounder of shampoo startup Hairstory.
Source: Impossible Foods There were few people in the transport, hotel or media sectors who anticipated the world’s largest taxi firm (Uber) would own no cars, the world’s largest accommodation provider (Airbnb) would own no hotels and the world’s most popular media company (Facebook), would be one that creates no content.
After ceasing operations and closing its remaining juice bars in December, Juice Served Here co-founder Greg Alterman, who issued the post, told BevNET that, despite facing a range of challenges, he’s confident that the brand has much more left to offer consumers.