Phil Lempert

Articles by
Phil Lempert

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College Food Accelerators Make the Grade

The Lempert Report: Students and industry veterans work with Fortune 500 companies and startups to innovate the realm of food science and grocery.


Baltimore’s Food Deserts Get a New Tool

The Lempert Report: Lack of access to healthy food is a factor in obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure, and those who live in and around food deserts suffer the most, but Baltimore is making strides.

The Lempert Report: First the nicotine patch, now a bacon patch?

The Lempert Report: Cutting through the myths and science of extreme diets.

The Lempert Report: The American Beverage Association spent almost $19 million fighting Philadelphia's tax from 2016 through September 2019. But who won?

The Lempert Report: Apps facilitating sales of expiring items can reduce waste, but there's questions about user experience and who pays the rewards.

The Lempert Report: Men are more likely to shop in-store and buy plant-based meat alternatives. Tracking and responding to men's preferences can equal healthy returns for food retailers.

The Lempert Report: In Europe, efforts are under way to remove cartoon characters from marketing and food packaging to boost healthy food choices for children.

The Lempert Report: Mediterranean diets, whole grains and fresh produce pack the most punch against depression, anxiety and elderly cognitive decline.

The Lempert Report: A report declares that media attention about the head of state's diet has become an influencer on intentions to eat fast food.

The Lempert Report: DNA tests could be the key to determining the right diet for individuals who want to achieve better heart health or managing diabetes.

The Lempert Report: A new study finds that youth who watched a children-oriented cooking show featuring healthy food were much more likely to make healthy food choices.

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