Subscribe to Healthy Living Marketing:
Email Marketing You Can Trust


    Posts Tagged ‘Healthy Living Marketing’

    Health And Well-Being Take Center Stage


    At this time in 2011, health is top-of-mind for many people. Perhaps instigated by this long-term recession where most have been greatly affected, many have come to realize that the way in which we lead are lives has been built upon a shaky foundation that is unsustainable, both personally as well as for the society we live in. Perhaps most importantly, many people have come to realize that their personal health, quality-of-life, and longevity are most important. As a result, many of us are questioning where and how we live, whom we associate with, and how and why we consume. » » » »

    The World Organizes For Better Health

    Healthy trends continue to take center stage with trends and developments coming from all sectors of the market. Each of these recent news items impacts Better-For-You product marketers, but moreover, forces you to navigate your brands through a complex, ever-changing world where ultimately, strong opportunity for brand growth exists. » » » »

    Author: Posted On: September 20th, 2011 | Category: Healthy Planet

    More Health-Conscious Americans Turn To Better-For-You Brands

    healthy produce shopping

    The world of healthy living continues to expand with more and more health-conscious Americans turning to Better-For-You brands to make their lives easier, healthier, and more enjoyable. » » » »

    Maintaining Health At The Forefront Of Many People’s Minds


    There’s more healthy living news to report, and further evidence of the growing health consciousness in America. And it greatly impacts the future of Better-For-You brands.

    In their recently released 2011 International Food Information Council Foundation Foods for Health Survey, maintaining health and reducing risk of disease is at the forefront of many people’s minds as they age. The research shows that Americans cite cardiovascular disease (46 percent), weight (32 percent) and cancer (22 percent) as their top health concerns. In addition, almost one in five Americans (19 percent) cite healthy aging as a top health living concern. » » » »

    Shopping For Health Survey Reveals Relationship Opportunity


    The latest Prevention Magazine and Food Marketing Institute (FMI) “Shopping for Health” Survey details a paradigm shift occurring in supermarket aisles across the country, and provides further evidence of the growing health-consciousness throughout the U.S. and the empowerment of the public as they make changes in their diet and healthy lifestyle choices. » » » »