Retail, Consumer Goods and Lifestyle

Feeling good: The future of the $1.5 trillion wellness market

Diet and nutrition make up only part of wellness. Image: REUTERS/Issam Abdallah

Shaun Callaghan

Partner, McKinsey, New Jersey office

Warren Teichner

Senior Partner, McKinsey, New Jersey office

Martin Lösch

Senior Partner, McKinsey, Stuttgart office

Anna Pione

Associate partner, McKinsey, New York office

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Exhibit one: Consumers views wellness across six dimensions. Image: McKinsey&Company
Exhibit two: Wellness is big business. Image: McKinsey&Company
Exhibit three: Services are responsible for a big percentage of the wellness market. Image: McKinsey&Company
Exhibit four: Wellness is on the rise. Image: McKinsey&Company

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