2019 Trends: Products You Might Want to Start Selling — Infographic

Wondering what to add to your product line-up in 2019? We’ve put together a list of the hottest trends in a variety of industries. Happy selling!

Read on for even more information about each of these industries:

Food

Macarons

  • Move over cupcakes, there’s a new niche dessert in town. These trending cookies can attribute their rise in popularity to their aesthetic appeal, endless variety of options, and luxurious feel - especially when paired with ornate packaging.

Keto-Friendly Options

  • The keto diet will continue to be the diet of choice in 2019, which means any foods that fit within keto guidelines (usually starting with sugar-free) can get an instant marketing boost from making that fact known.

Hemp-Based Products

  • The interest in using CBD oil for therapeutic purposes has exploded in states where marijuana is legal. For everybody else, legal hemp options include hemp oil and hemp seeds - and they happen to be nutritional powerhouses. They’ve benefited from the halo effect of CBD oil’s popularity, which makes them a great marketing tool.

Grooming & Beauty

Beard Oil

  • Bearded men are getting some moisturizing, beard-taming pampering with this relatively new-to-the-mainstream grooming option. Google searches for beard oil have exploded in the past five years, and continue to be on the rise.

Charcoal

  • This all-natural and extremely effective cleansing ingredient can be found in beauty products of all types, from masks to scrubs. Many consider charcoal-based products their not-so-secret beauty secret, making these options wildly popular in the market.

Essential Oils

  • All-natural ingredients will continue to reign in the beauty world, with many people favoring products that are scented with essential oils instead of synthetic fragrances. People also use essential oils for home fragrance and therapeutic purposes.

Apparel

Shapewear

  • Awareness of shapewear has been on the rise for awhile, and the market has grown accordingly. More people than ever are looking for undergarments that tuck and tone, helping them feel even more confident in their most show-stopping outfits.

Slow Fashion

  • “Fast fashion” refers to the revolving door of cheaply-made, cheaply-sold apparel options offered by shops like Forever 21. As awareness of fast fashion’s consequences grows, more people are turning to “slow fashion:” items that may cost a little more at first, but they’re durable classics for life.

Gift Apparel  

  • What do you get the friend who has everything? Novelty socks! These are selling like hotcakes now, along with other “gift apparel” items: affordable necessities with quirky or pop-culture inspired prints.

Electronics

Drones & Underwater Drones

  • In many ways, drones are still in the early stages of usefulness as a consumer item - but that doesn’t stop people from loving them. Remote control drones that people can fly continue to be popular, and underwater drones are on the rise.

Wearable Technology

  • The Apple Watch may have brought wearable tech into the mainstream, but it’s far from the only option. Wearable medical bracelets, sleep devices and women’s health necklaces also provide people with a way to take control of their health and productivity.

Smart Appliances

  • The menu of smart appliance options is ever-growing. Whether people are looking for energy-efficient lighting and heating options or a refrigerator that helps keep track of their meals, they can find it. Interest in smart appliances has increased exponentially since affordable, consumer-friendly options became a reality.

Home

Fairy Lights

  • No longer just for the garden or holiday lighting, decorative string lights have moved indoors. They now warm up the homes of customers from an ever-expanding variety of demographic sets.

Journals & Personal Planners

  • As the world grows ever more digital, more people are rediscovering the beauty of analogue. This means journals, planners and adult coloring books have become an important way for many people to organize, reflect and destress.

LED Lights

  • LED lights used to be stuck in the “I know it’s better but I can’t really afford it” zone, but there are now options that easily earn back their cost in the energy they save. The plus concern for the environment means it’s time to shine for LED lights.

Did we miss any trends that you think will be big in 2019? Let us know in the comments!