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The international brand strategy and nutrition innovation agency, Healthy Marketing Team (HMT), announce their cooperation with Eat Well Global, Inc (EWG), adding their expertise in credentialed health influencer engagement. EWG’s collaboration will provide a partner for HMT in the North America. With a rapidly-changing consumer market, HMTs proven brand innovation methodology FourFactors® combined with the influencers model of EWG will help the food industry to orientate to new realities.

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The demand for sports nutrition products with on trend messaging and ingredients is steadily rising as more and more people of all kinds are drawn to strength training. Nowhere do we see this more clearly than in men’s health and fitness consumer behaviors. No longer are heavy weights and protein shakes the domain of the steroid enhanced meathead; more and more men from all walks of life are finding themselves dedicating their time, money and energy to strength training.

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In the age of globalization, transnational corporations, and global brands production is spread all over the world and so the question of origin; Where Something Comes From, is becoming increasingly important to consumers and to companies who want to connect with them. But how can companies and brands leverage their origin and heritage in a credible way in health and wellness marketing?

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Plant-based eating is a game-changing trend, especially with more and more consumers identifying themselves as flexitarians. We see multiple companies and brands racing to leverage this trend to their advantage. But HOW should brands act in order to become truly successful in this field, instead of drowning in the competition? What are the future consumers really looking for and why?

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Malnutrition is by far the biggest risk factor for the global burden of disease. Every country, every age group and every socio-economic class is impacted. While there are 2 billion people who lack key micronutrients such as Iron and Vitamin A, equally there are 2 billion people who are overweight or obese. WHO and FAO, after years of experience of engaging to tackle micronutrient malnutrition, have concluded that food fortification is the most sustainable public health strategy.

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