Immunity is now top-of-mind for consumers due to covid, as they now seek out products which offer added health benefits.
AI-powered food intelligence startup Tastewise reported that shoppers are now looking for ways to stay healthy and lower stress through their food choices. The Israeli-based company found that “immunity” in relation to food searches rose 27% between February 2019 and March 2020. With this new squeeze of consumer-pivoting behaviour, there is now a comfortable white space in the health & wellness market for startups that can offer these types of solutions.
In our latest blog post we pooled together just a few of the young companies that are offering immunity-boosting advantages with their solutions. Read the full post here.
As consumer interest in protein moves beyond one-dimensional goals like weight loss and to improved health and life longevity many startups are jumping at the chance to offer more innovative solutions to consumers.
Vital Proteins, which develops collagen-supplemented powders and capsules, has experienced a staggering 50% rise for its offering of “better for you” products amid the coronavirus, according to a recent Forbes report. *image courtesy of Vital Proteins
When it comes to beverage brands, those with wellness connotations will be enjoying increased success as consumers become more concerned about their health. Taikas canned offering combines caffeine and stress-relieving ingredients.
With people dealing with the stresses of lockdown life, they are now seeking comfort in the food brands they buy. Products like Taikas coffee can help soothe nervous minds and we wouldnt be surprised if more companies started producing these types of stress-relievers as lockdown continues. *Image courtesy of Taika
The immunity space seemed to dominate May launches with Taikas canned offering and Yunos new suite of Biotactical Drinks. These superfood packaged goods are designed to optimize relaxation and energy. They are keto-friendly and vegan-friendly, which will please a lot of new consumers who are looking to go plant-based during the pandemic. *Image courtesy of Yunos
Want to learn more about the rise of plant-based startups? In our next webinar with partners Eatable Adventures “Riding the Plant Based Wave: Leading the Food Revolution”, which will take place on Thursday, June 4 at 5:00 p.m., we will be joined by Nir Goldstein, Managing Director at The Good Food Institute Israel and Elizabeth Gutschenritter, Managing Director of Alternative Protein at Cargill who will offer their insights into the world of plant-based and the companies leading this new food revolution. Secure your place and sign up here!