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Each week, we find, curate and share the most relevant bedding and mattress news stories from across the web. Check out what we're reading this week.
- Brooklyn Bedding is now offering reusable filtration masks for individual purchase. Get the full story from Sleep Retailer.
- In this article, Retail Dive talks about why private equity owned retail is especially vulnerable right now.
- According to Glossy, retail reopening reveals a growing demand for contactless technology.
- PeachSkinsSheets is launching a new sheet line that embraces "wrinkles and crinkles." Learn more at Sleepretailer.com.
- NRF's blog segment, Through The Retail Lens looked at how retailers are getting creative with cash flow.
- Travel + Leisure rounded up its top eco-friendly bedding companies.
- Barron's explored three retail stocks that are selling experiences over product.
- As more brands develop much needed PPE, it's also crucial to be cognizant of how precautionary actions also create more waste.| University of Washington
- Serta Simmons is partnering with a Swiss textile innovator, HeiQ to develop a new anti-viral mattress. Learn more from Sleep Retailer.
- Green Entrepreneur highlights the CBD pillow.
- Consumer Reports wrote about how to remove mattress stains.
- Precision Textiles recently hit a medical grade fabric sales milestone. We've got the scoop in this article from Sleep Retailer.
- PYMNTS chronicles the inconsistent path of retail recovery.
- Similarly, this story from Marketplace examines retails new normal against the backdrop of COVID-19.
- BEDGEAR uses its breathable performance material to create masks intended to reduce heat and sweat. | Sleep Retailer
- NPR wrote about the growing responsibilities of retailer workers trying to ensure safety in stores and the push back they are receiving from shoppers.
- According to CBS News, Bed, Bath and Beyond is set to shutter 200 stores.
- Soft-Tex International is doubling its US production capacity. Read the full update at Sleepretailer.com.
Science & Fun Stuff
- A writer from Elle claims that Harry Styles spot reading a sleep story on a calm app didn't actually make her very sleepy.
- Texas A&M researchers plan to study blood pressure during sleep.
- Scientific American shares insights into sleep paralysis and the "monsters inside your mind" in this article.
- Find out everything you need for a good night's sleep. | Conde Nast Traveler
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