Phil Lempert

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Phil Lempert

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U.K.'s Free Vending Machine for the Homeless

The Lempert Report: The system uses a traceable key card that allows metrics to be analyzed.


Could Robots Make U.S. Recyclables Exportable Again?

The Lempert Report: China's recent ban on certain recycled wastes has drastically impacted what the U.S. can export there.

The Lempert Report: The Associated Press took a look at the menus and eating styles at the Power Five schools.

The Lempert Report: Researchers looked at how auditory cues can influence taste.

The Lempert Report: But some categories could remain immune to its influences.

The Lempert Report: A new bill will create a resource for startup urban farmers and community gardeners.

The Lempert Report: A blockchain technology company is using facial recognition on free-range chickens.

The Lempert Report: A new report shows it’s not about the store as much as it is about food education.

The Lempert Report: Consumer desires may remain unchanged, but where they shop has changed.

The Lempert Report: Between 1997 and 2011, the prevalence of food allergies in children increased by 50%.

The Lempert Report: Why does the dollar store continue to be such a formidable challenger?

The Lempert Report: There is little doubt that those in the food world who do not understand how to use data are doomed to fail.

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