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Phil Lempert

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Phil Lempert

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Retailers

Turn Down the Muzak

The Lempert Report: How music can alter what we eat and buy in the grocery store.

Technology

The Food-Scam Side of Instagram

The Lempert Report: Food businesses contacted by "social media influencers" may be talking to a bot, not a person.

The Lempert Report profiles a new initiative by WeWork Labs that aims to encourage entrepreneurship and small-business growth in food.

The Lempert Report: A new project by the country star and his wife will provide food security for Nashville-area families in need.

The Lempert Report: Groups are calling on the FDA to ban the additive perchlorate from food packaging.

The Lempert Report: The United Nations' new food ATM technology could expand distribution to underserved parts of the world.

The Lempert Report: A Drexel University program puts students to work in eateries, revealing emerging food trends.

Twitter provides funny snippets of everyday life in the grocery store when kids tag along.

The Lempert Report: Lab grown meat may not be as "green" as we thought.

A major study links poor mental health with diet quality, citing a correlation that exists regardless of factors such as age, gender, education and income level.

The Lempert Report: Natural and organic foods are a growing part of the nation's total grocery bill, but so far, much of organic's rise is tied to one type of consumer.

The Lempert Report: Living in a community or city where obesity is more common can make sedentary lifestyles, unhealthy eating and overweight or obesity more socially acceptable.

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