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Consumer grocery trends

Products

A New Marketing Twist for Meal Kit Survival?

The Lempert Report: A new study compares environmental impacts from meal kits and grocery stores, and the results are surprising.

Wellness

Added Sugars on Nutritional Labels Will Make a Difference

The Lempert Report: One study estimates the impact of FDA label policy on sugar content.

The Lempert Report: A study examines how diets contribute to climate change.

The Lempert Report: How music can alter what we eat and buy in the grocery store.

The Lempert Report: Food businesses contacted by "social media influencers" may be talking to a bot, not a person.

The Lempert Report: A Drexel University program puts students to work in eateries, revealing emerging food trends.

From popcorn and pizza to nuts and bars, there's a new spin on snacking and movie night at home.

Twitter provides funny snippets of everyday life in the grocery store when kids tag along.

Retailers are rethinking their foodservice chicken programs to satisfy consumer cravings for enhanced variety, quality and flavors.

The Lempert Report: Natural and organic foods are a growing part of the nation's total grocery bill, but so far, much of organic's rise is tied to one type of consumer.

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