In recent years, we have discussed the need for retailers to rethink how each uses their physical space to keep their brick-and-mortar stores relevant as digital commerce continues to grow.
Kohl’s and WW (formerly Weight Watchers) are teaming to pilot various health and wellness offerings that include the first in-store WW Studio and the introduction of WW Healthy Kitchen products.
The Food Marketing Institute Foundation study, “Power of Health and Well-being in Food Retail,” demonstrated that consumers are looking at the topic of wellness more broadly, the organization reported.
In the spirit of “Giving Tuesday,” Kohl’s said it will award $3.2 million in grants to more than 300 nonprofit organizations across the country that work to improve the health and wellness of children and families as part of its national giving program, which is an extension of the company’s ongoing commitment to health and wellness.
The Global Market Development Center’s (GMDC) latest research report identified a top opportunity for transformation in the retail industry: supporting consumers’ health and wellness.
Keurig Green Mountain will partner with and invest in LifeFuels, Inc. to accelerate commercialization and growth of the latter’s patented portable drink maker.
NutriBullet, in partnership with Perfect Company, has unveiled its newest blender, the NutriBullet Balance, at the Smart Kitchen Summit in Seattle.
At the summer Las Vegas Market, Twin-Star International is broadening its furniture resources and has introduced a new ActiveLife series of adjustable sit/stand desks.
SodaStream is launching its Aqua Fizz sparkling water maker at the International Home + Housewares Show.
Gibson Overseas, Inc. has formed a new partnership with Weight Watchers International, Inc. to create a complete line of tabletop and kitchenware, with healthier living as its primary focus and brand identity.