Phil Lempert

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Phil Lempert

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Cornell Takes On Food, COVID-19

The Lempert Report: The Institute for Food Safety at Cornell University has a new mentorship project designed to help food businesses and consumers struggling with the effects of COVID-19 in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, Nepal and Senegal.


How Food Retailers Have Been Transformed by the Pandemic

The Lempert Report: A new study reveals that 1 in 4 food services and food retailers now view their companies as tech-forward early adopters, up from 1 in 8 prior to the pandemic.

The Lempert Report: The Food Lab has created a new partnership focused on upcycled food and reducing food waste.

The Lempert Report: Authors of a New York Times column suggest the department should be “the people’s department,” with responsibility to everyone in the nation.

The Lempert Report: The pandemic continues to affect consumer behavior, and this is magnified on key retail holidays.

The Lempert Report: Survey of 5,000 consumers in 10 European countries reveals how the lockdown has had a profound impact on food purchasing and consumption.

The Lempert Report: A suggestion to allocate $1 billion to purchase carbon credits at $20 per ton could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50 megatons each year.

The Lempert Report: COVID cases will likely spike in the next couple weeks as people crowded airports and had larger gatherings than what was advised.

The Lempert Report: The results of Jefferies Equity's survey of 1,400 consumers across the nation are striking.

The Lempert Report: The real problem of too many riders is not being addressed.

The Lempert Report: United Way of Western Connecticut has created a new program that involves senior citizens helping other seniors access healthy and nutritious food.

The Lempert Report: Acosta report says the mobile phone has become an indispensable tool for supermarket shoppers while in-store.

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