Wellness

The latest learnings, solutions, trends and initiatives unfolding with retail dieticians, in-store pharmacieswhole healthnatural and organicsustainability and transparency.

Wellness

Dietitians' Picks for the Biggest Nutrition Trends of 2022

Amid the whiplashes of the pandemic and rising inflation, consumers crave healthy convenience, feel-good functionality and more bang for their nutrition buck.

Wellness

Hy-Vee Pharmacies Now Offer Talking Prescription Labels in 26 Languages

“We are on a mission to make healthcare services more accessible for our patients,” said Kristin Williams of Hy-Vee.

Easy to add to food, beverages or directly on the tongue, dissolvables offer convenience to on-the-go consumers.

Burgeoning category is expected to reach $629 million by year’s end.

With everything from CBD lotions to facial cleanser gaining traction, the market is forecasted to reach $720 million this year.

CBD items, as retailers may be noticing now, are more than simply a craze to manage physical and emotional stress. As it is now completely legal to buy and sell industrial hemp throughout the nation, more and more retailers are taking the leap to sell them.

Consumers are looking to CBD products that can help them sleep more and stress less, said the CBD exhibitors at this year's Natural Products gathering in Philadelphia.

Sales of products containing CBD have grown four times faster this year than CPG products overall, market analysts IRI and BDSA find.

Viola, the Black-owned multinational cannabis operator on a mission to empower minority ownership in the industry, has partnered with the NBA legend to create an array of products and merchandise.

In its latest report, FMI–The Food Industry Association found that 84% of retailers now offer wellness activities for both employees and customers—a considerable increase from 49% in 2019.

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