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Phil Lempert

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Phil Lempert

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Retail Foodservice

Local Food Delivery Goes Autonomous

The Lempert Report: Autonomous food delivery is still surging with innovation, and one startup aims to increase safety and user-friendliness.

Retailers

Food Companies Are Not Stepping Up on Deforestation

The Lempert Report: Major food brands make public commitments to boycott suppliers that clear forests, and one satellite tool can help.

The Lempert Report: A study shows that regular access to a park or garden equals less cravings and a more steady regimen of healthy eating.

The Lempert Report: The business of quick meals and fast food may have gotten too busy, too stressful and too complicated.

The Lempert Report: Outfits such as Uber Eats, Grubhub, DoorDash and Postmates are growing toward a $17 billion food delivery market, but not without pitfalls.

The Lempert Report: Digging into contextualized insights of a new study can help retailers and brands set the table for more discriminating consumers.

The Lempert Report: There is hope to avert climate change's damaging effects on our economy, food supply and livelihoods, but the onus is on both the industry and consumers to respond.

The Lempert Report: Researchers look at the "foodie call," or a date where the romance is a free meal.

The Lempert Report: Grocery retailers have much to gain by owning the last-mile relationship with the shopper.

The Lempert Report: Delivery service is buying up domain names that are similar to a lot of its restaurant partners.

The Lempert Report: Study finds that people worldwide are sadder, angrier and more fearful.

The Lempert Report: Changes to diets could go a long way in battling greenhouse gases.

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