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Health & Wellness Across the Globe
The Hartman Group is recognized as the authoritative source for understanding the catalysts driving consumer demand fueling the global health & wellness market growth. Our health & wellness syndicated research series is the longest-running consumer-centric study of the U.S. marketplace. With the Health & Wellness Across the Globe report we extend our expertise in this space to provide in-depth analysis and thought-provoking insight backed by a range of data on some of the most important health issues of today for the United States, Brazil, China, Germany, India and Mexico.
Many of the key health & wellness questions from the Hartman Group’s long-running US-based Health & Wellness study are included as well as other topics such as sustainability and meal habits to broaden the investigation.
In addition to this global perspective, the Hartman Group’s tracking study Health & Wellness 2021 was conducted in the US in the first quarter. That study provides an in-depth update on key measures and trends beyond those included here. It also highlights essential health & wellness concerns within the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
ABOUT THE GLOBAL HEALTH & WELLNESS STUDY METHODOLOGY
The findings in this survey are based on an online survey fielded mid-March to mid-April 2021, of 4,528 adults across six countries: USA, Brazil, China, Germany, India and Mexico.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Study Background and Methodology
- Chapter 1. Executive Summary
- Chapter 2. Health & Wellness Across the Globe
- Chapter 3. Health & Wellness in a Global Pandemic
- Chapter 4. Consumer Engagement in Health & Wellness
- Chapter 5. Global Approaches to Diet and Meals
- Chapter 6. International Perspectives on Sustainability
- Chapter 7. Conclusions and Recommendations
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Published June 2021 (75 pages)