Mindful Awards’ independent recognition platform highlights conscious companies and products that mindfully make waves in the ever-expanding world of consumer packaged goods (CPG)
2022 Featured Winners
Milk Product of the Year
Ready to Eat Product of the Year
Oveall Food Product of the Year
CBD Product of the year
Mindful Innovation of the Year
Bar Product of the Year
Energy Product of the Year
Stress Support Product of the Year
Annie Ryu, Mindful CEO of the Year
Mindful Startup of the Year
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.
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Top CPG Macro Trends for 2023
Value is a virtue
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
Cultivated meat goes from the lab to the plate
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.