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Featured 2023 Winners

Mission of Mindful Awards

We honor conscious CPG companies and products that standup for what’s right. Recognizing the best in transparent, fair, natural, organic, sustainable, healthy and delicious. We support you and want to help you continue to succeed.

Amplify Your Goals

Conscious companies take passion, creativity and hard work and deserve industry recognition and third-party validation. Mindful Awards help you amplify business results and positive change. Your success is a success for us all!

Something to Talk About

Winners are listed on the Mindful Awards website and promoted heavily among the Mindful Award communities. Winners have the opportunity to publicize their awards at tradeshows and events, through news releases to key media and journalists, on their own websites, social media and elsewhere.

Being Mindful Matters

We see being mindful as taking action in a positive direction for people and planet. Transparency to consumers, paying workers fair wages, ensuring sustainable business practices, using recycled or recyclable materials, creating healthier products, using natural, non-GMO, or organic ingredients…What we do every day sets us all up for the future. Are you ready to be recognized for your work?

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Top CPG Macro Trends for 2023


Consumer expectations and preference to buy from DTC brands are at an all-time high, with 23% of shoppers claiming DTC channels offer better quality products. And 61% of consumers also believe DTC companies provide the best personalized and engaging digital experiences compared to marketplaces and third-party channels.

Value is a virtue

Shoppers have become more open to private label brands and often prefer these over established brands for many reasons. Without the marketing costs usually put behind branded products, private label brands have the potential to be on-trend, affordable, competitive, and rapidly adopted across major retailers.

Social commerce

Social commerce offers the chance to get specific, ready-to-buy products in front of specific people who would love them, in a way that traditional eCommerce and marketing cannot.”


The boundaries of wellness offerings are becoming less distinct as consumers seek products and services that can address needs across several dimensions, such as mental health, fitness, nutrition, and appearance.

Better nutrition labeling spurs reformulation

Manufacturers are likely to start working toward making products that can bear the “healthy” label.  The long-awaited pending definition by the FDA could certainly make a huge change in how products are labeled and marketed.

Upcycled products on the rise as industry aims to cut food waste

Consumers are increasingly aware of food waste and swayed by sustainability claims on products. More companies are beginning to use product launches to signal a commitment to lowering the amount of food that does not get sold.

Cultivated meat goes from the lab to the plate

With the FDA very first tacit approval of a cultivated meat product last November, the process commercially available cultivated products will dramatically increase thru 2023

CPGs look to lower carbon emissions through products

In order to achieve goals for reducing the carbon footprint of their supply chains, companies are launching products that they claim compensate for the greenhouse gases they emit.

The Nomination period for our 2023 Mindful Awards will open

February 6, 2023