, China
Source: Watsons website

Watsons China rolls out Health Care Zone in over 1,200 stores

The Health Care Zone will also be accessible online. 

Watsons China has launched a new Health Care Zone online and in over 1,200 physical stores across 270 cities. 

This is in response to the growing interest of consumers in health and wellness. 

“Watsons is China’s leading health and beauty retailer, with more than 60 million members and more than 200 million users on online platforms, covering 90% of metropolitan women aged 18 to 45,” Kulvinder Birring, CEO of Watsons China, said.

“With a deep understanding of the needs of customers, we bring them the best health and beauty brands from across the world.”

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Citing the 2022 Youth Diet and Health Report of EO Intelligence, Mainland China market for health care products stood at an estimated RMB500b in 2021. 

The report also found that demand is particularly strong amongst younger consumers.

The Health Care Zone carries six categories of health products, such as vitamin supplements, health foods, skin care products, personal care, seasonal care, and health care products. 

It has almost 1,500 items, which will be increased to 1,800 by the end of the year. 

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