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Phil Lempert

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Phil Lempert

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Fresh Food

Will 'Ugly' Fruits and Vegetables Sell on Subscription?

The Lempert Report: Grocery stores have jumped on the ugly produce bandwagon, but Imperfect Produce delivers.

Retail Foodservice

When and Where a Grocerant Makes Sense

The Lempert Report: Foodservice can be an important part of a retailer’s in-store operations, but restaurants can be a dodgy proposition.

The Lempert Report: Food delivery services encourage tipping, but are they shortchanging workers?

The Lempert Report: For some Taco Bell superfans, fast food isn't a quick meal but more of a lifestyle.

The Lempert Report: Temperatures, violent weather and crop failures may have finally woken up skeptics.

The Lempert Report: Dejbox is a French food delivery startup that may change the face of workday lunch.

The Lempert Report: TasteAtlas is a food-hunting site that identifies foods and drinks from around the world, then helps find the best restaurants from which you can order them. 

The Lempert Report: Only about 55% of people globally live in countries with adequate availability of fruits and vegetables.

The Lempert Report: Autonomous food delivery is still surging with innovation, and one startup aims to increase safety and user-friendliness.

The Lempert Report: Major food brands make public commitments to boycott suppliers that clear forests, and one satellite tool can help.

The Lempert Report: A study shows that regular access to a park or garden equals less cravings and a more steady regimen of healthy eating.

The Lempert Report: The business of quick meals and fast food may have gotten too busy, too stressful and too complicated.

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