In a notable acknowledgment of its impact on the eyewear landscape, Zenni Optical has recently been featured as a key player in the blue blocking glasses market. Arstra Research has published a report on Orbis Research evaluating the blue light blocking glasses industry in Europe focusing on data trends between 2018 and 2022 and making predictions as the economy continues to recover from the economic changes during the pandemic. This recognition underscores Zenni’s significant contribution to the ever-evolving world of eyewear, particularly in the realm of blue light protection.
The report delves into various aspects of the industry, highlighting market trends, key players, and innovations that are shaping the future of blue light eyewear. It also details the impact of COVID-19 on the industry between 2018 and 2022 and provides a forecast for the industry through 2029. Other features of the report include an evaluation of the lens manufacturing process and its costs and manufacturer profiles specific to the top key players in the industry. Here, Zenni is featured alongside other big name manufacturers including Essilor and Zeiss.
Zenni’s inclusion in this report reflects its commitment to providing not just affordable and stylish eyewear but also solutions that cater to the changing needs of consumers in the digital age. As the world increasingly relies on digital devices, the need for eye relief solutions becomes paramount. Zenni’s position in this industry report showcases its role as a leader in providing accessible and innovative eyewear solutions that prioritize both eye health and contemporary lifestyle needs.
About the Author: Dr. Catherine Ong
Dr. Catherine Ong, OD, is an optometrist based in the Bay Area, California. She earned her doctorate from UC Berkeley, School of Optometry and currently provides primary and speciality eyecare in a private practice setting. She has a passion for patient education and enjoys reshaping technical concepts into digestable topics for all patients. When she is not seeing patients, you can find her exploring new restaurants, exercising, or trying out new recipes.