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Wellness

Why We Have Food Cravings

The Lempert Report: We crave our favorite foods, such as ice cream, pizza and cookies, because they stimulate the reward circuitry in our brains

Wellness

Turning Teens Against Junk Foods

The Lempert Report: Reframing how adolescents view food marketing campaigns can have an effect on their dietary choices.

Manufacturers are serving up more options, from cookies and popcorn to healthy and meat-free, to grab snackers' attention.

From candy to cat litter, a selection of 2018's most successful new product launches, according to IRI.

The retailer said it would devote 5% of proceeds from Choco Coco Twisters to the American Red Cross.

Premium and globally inspired attributes are transporting the meat snacks category into the realm of inspired flavors and funky formats.

The Lempert Report: The focus on health and wellness is here to stay, but indulgences shouldn't require forgiveness.

The Lempert Report: A study shows that increased sugar consumption has been found to be associated with bipolar disorder, and consumption of foods that have been fried or contain high amounts of sugar and processed grains have been linked with depression.

The Lempert Report: Snacks, beverages and "free" food you find at the workplace is, according to a study, high in empty calories and might be adding almost 1,300 calories a week to your diet.

Healthful products made with sought-after ingredients are stealing the spotlight in center store, but merchandising and engagement matter.

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