Phil Lempert

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Phil Lempert

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How Much Are You Tipping?

The Lempert Report: The president and co-founder of One Fair Wage reports tipping has decreased amid the pandemic because sales are down overall.

Fresh Food

Scientists Call for Policymakers to Help Solve World Hunger With Fish

The Lempert Report: Fish is largely missing from key global food policy discussions and decision-making.

The Lempert Report: This year marks the first time hemp will be grown in Indiana as a commercial crop.

The Lempert Report: This generation's focus on clean foods can serve as a roadmap for grocers to understand what they should be highlighting to all their shoppers.

The Lempert Report: Poll finds consumers are drinking more during the pandemic—and sometimes during the workday.

The Lempert Report: "Diners, Dudes and Diets" by Emily Contois explores what the dude means instead of focusing on the particulars of dudeness—sorry Jeff Bridges.

The Lempert Report: IFIC predicts more technologies and innovations centered around meeting customer food safety needs and expectations.

The Lempert Report: Updated labels at the store level and online highlight businesses that are women, Black, Asian-Indian, Hispanic, LGBT, Asian-Pacific or veteran-owned.

The Lempert Report: Agrofresh's recently launched machine-learning technology called FreshCloud aims to transform the management of fresh produce.

The Lempert Report: If nothing else has been learned during the pandemic, it is that it's time to be transparent.

The Lempert Report: Just as delivery has grown during the pandemic, so have single-use plastics, adding to the issue of waste.

The Lempert Report: A Belgium startup is renting out spaces on rooftops, where it will do the gardening and alert its members via an app when the crops are ready for them to pick.

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