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The Lempert Report

Wellness

Tracking the Growing Influence of Millennials on Food

The Lempert Report: The distinct shopping preferences and eating habits of millennials are now influencing food brands.

Wellness

New Research Teaches Us How to Change Eating Behavior in Kids

The Lempert Report: Most studies on poor diets have focused on physical activity and nutrition, with little attention to emotional issues.

Three-fourths of Target shoppers in stores are adding at least one food item to their baskets, and with its new Good & Gather banner, Target aims to rapidly increase food sales.

The Lempert Report: Food labelling is more detailed than ever, but no less confusing for millions of consumers who just want to make good choices.

The Lempert Report: Dinner toast might be the next big trend, and for grocery retailers, it's a high-profit menu item.

The Lempert Report: Weight Watchers has a new app designed for kids, but one dietitian warns it could worsen overall well-being.

The Lempert Report: Google is likely the next big player in food tech, and it has half a dozen brand new innovations to prove it.

The Lempert Report: Vitamin A and beta carotene-rich foods—not supplements—can play a huge role in fighting and preventing certain deadly skin cancers.

The Lempert Report: There is a big difference between food experts and social media influencers.

The Lempert Report: For many millennials and Gen Xers, the basic cost of living has gone up, and this impacts the choices they make in the grocery aisle.

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