Phil Lempert

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Phil Lempert

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Is $4 Trillion Being Wasted on Well-Being?

The Lempert Report: As long as wellness is marketed as a luxury, its advantages will be out of reach for millions of Americans.

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How Food Businesses Are Preparing for Election Day

The Lempert Report: As a consequential election awaits, hard-hit businesses and their workers are doing some extraordinary things.

The Lempert Report: The Trade group's annual research survey shine a light on the tricky and costly issues of worker recruitment and retention in extraordinary times.

The Lempert Report: A vision for a smaller, digitally connected food store focused on experience will provide the best of both worlds.

The Lempert Report: While the pandemic has increased sales dramatically for grocery chains – it has decimated restaurants.

The Lempert Report: The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the frailties of the food world and its supply chain.

The Lempert Report: We have to be cautious and smart to be able to separate the long-term trends to the anomalies that were and are being created by the pandemic.

The Lempert Report: Consumers at home have discovered new habits and insights about what it means to truly nourish themselves.

The Lempert Report: Most governments’ recommendations are neither sufficiently healthy nor sustainable.

The Lempert Report: A subterranean farm deep inside a South Korean subway station may unlock the secret to food sustainability.

The Lempert Report: Potato chips, ice cream and chocolate/candy top the list of comfort foods eaten during isolation.

The Lempert Report: One pilot program is striving to eradicate food, health and economic disparities by embedding hyperlocal food production in everyday community spaces.

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