Phil Lempert

Articles by
Phil Lempert

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Many CPGs Already Include 'Added Sugars' on Nutrition Labels

The Lempert Report: Many food brands recognize consumer demand for more information on labels, as well as less sugar content.

Fresh Food

Delivery Tries to Get Healthy

The Lempert Report: Better-for-you snacks are a growing portion of the meal delivery business.

The Lempert Report: A new startup wants to change the game by offering high-quality frozen meals direct to the consumer.

The Lempert Report: What is good for the human body might also stimulate more sales for grocers.

The Lempert Report: Plant-based foods are rich in variety and flavor, so grocers should recognize that touting taste goes a long way in increasing sales.

The Lempert Report: With robotics on the rise, ArticulAte tackles how food and grocery could be affected.

The Lempert Report: Table Dot allows users to select local chefs to prepare meals in their home kitchens.

The Lempert Report: Fast food's jarring 150% employee turnover rate necessitates a big change in restaurant industry practices.

The Lempert Report: Retailers would be wise to learn from restaurants as they help folks figure out what’s for dinner.

The Lempert Report: Funding for agricultural research and smart conservation practices are necessary to sustain farming.

The Lempert Report: A new study shows that a selective diet is as important to protecting the ecosystem as is eating and buying locally.  

The Lempert Report: A new study compares environmental impacts from meal kits and grocery stores, and the results are surprising.

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