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Industry News

How a Health Alarm Helped Create an Organic Australian Skincare Brand for Asian Skin

BE.ST Organic Beauty Sensation aims to sense the best of self – inside and outside. And for Anna Tai, BE.ST Organic’s founder, the story began with a scare. An Australian immigrant, Anna’s stressful working life as a professional accountant caused her to develop an extreme fever. When she returned to her native Hong Kong, doctors […]

Reaching the Domestic Asian Market – Australia’s Untapped Retail Goldmine

May 7, 2019 Business

Reaching the domestic Asian market is an untapped goldmine but taking advantage required a different mindset, according to leading China retail expert David Thomas. “The size of the inbound opportunity is so much bigger than a few tourists, even Chinese students are an ecosystem in their own right,” Mr Thomas told What’s New in Healthy Products. […]

A More Effective Alternative to Programmatic Advertising

Apr 30, 2019 Business

By Tam Al-Saad, Principal Consultant, Web Profits I recently spoke to a prospect with a relatively limited budget who insisted we include programmatic advertising as part of their marketing strategy. This surprised me, as I almost never recommend programmatic advertising. I’ll explain why and give you an alternative that I believe will have a better […]

5 Top Tips for Pitching

Last year’s Pitch Fest winner, Kara Landau, founder and owner of Uplift Foods, has seen great success since her appearance and triumph at Naturally Good 2018. The first year of business for Uplift has seen them launch in Australia and the US simultaneously, get invited to attend the number one food accelerator in NYC Food […]

Consumer Demand for Plant-Based Goods is a Booming $4.2 Billion Industry

Apr 19, 2019 Food & Drink

According to the most recent SPINS’ analysis, the ‘plant-based’ goods industry is projected to be worth $4.2 billion by the end of 2018 after growing 18 percent in the year ending July 15, 2018. SPINS estimates that the plant-based sector will grow to $6 billion in sales by 2020, which would be a 100 percent increase over […]

Five Healthy Food And Beverage Trends To Watch In 2019

Apr 16, 2019 Food & Drink

Article written by Kylee Anderson More Australians than ever before are opting to follow healthy food trends in a bid to win the nationwide fight against obesity. While 2018 was undoubtedly the year of alcohol-free cocktails and wood-fired cuisine, 2019 promises to be all about wild greens, plant-based proteins, and a host of wholesome and delicious […]

More Than Just Almond Milk

Apr 15, 2019 Food & Drink

Nourish & Care was brought to life through the partnership between a naturopath and pharmacist. It is well-known that these two industries and schools of thought do not typically get along, having vastly different approaches. However, this uncommon partnership looked at taking the strengths and best practices of each world, creating a new and holistic approach […]

Soaps With a Purpose

Everyone is starting to think about ways to cut down their waste and plastic-usage; from consumers to manufacturers; and the global market is more than ready to hear solutions for this growing demand. With the natural and organic industry growing, many companies are now taking the initiative to create products that are not only nice […]

How the Naturally Good Expo Will Take Your Business to the Next Level

Once thought of as a niche movement reserved for the super-healthy and privileged, health and wellbeing has well and truly hit the mainstream in Australia – and it represents big business. According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, we spend around $9.3 billion a year on vitamins, supplements and other non-prescription treatments, with […]

How You Can Use the Boom in E-Commerce to Your Advantage?

Apr 11, 2019 Business

If there was any doubt, the latest statistics make it clear: e-commerce is fundamentally reshaping the retail landscape in Australia, and the natural health sector is no exception. According to Australia Post’s most recent Inside Australian Online Shopping report, local consumers spent $21.3 billion online in 2017 – 18.7 per cent more than the previous […]

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