Phil Lempert

Articles by
Phil Lempert

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Retailers

Aldi Tackles Housing Crisis

The Lempert Report: The retailer will build apartments above 30 of its Berlin stores.

Fresh Food

Food Safety Standards on the Horizon for Insect Farmers

The Lempert Report: New legislation could clear the production of bugs fit for human consumption.

The Lempert Report: Will consumers already using similar technology make the switch?

The Lempert Report: Researchers found a "social" component to food that evokes feelings of comfort.

The Lempert Report: The company's new proprietary technology could change the grocery industry.

The Lempert Report: Its CRISPR technology can directly edit the DNA of plants and animals.

The Lempert Report: Research suggests that cities account for 65% of global energy use.

The Lempert Report: The Quarterly Consumer View indicates the death of the brick-and-mortar stores is far from reality.

The Lempert Report: As brain health gains consumer attention, researchers are finding unexpected risks.

The Lempert Report: Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue's proposal aims to improve services and reduce regulatory burdens.

The Lempert Report: As many as 800 million workers globally could be replaced by robots by 2030, a report suggests.

The Lempert Report: Laws passed in France "make it the norm to reduce waste."

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