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Phil Lempert

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Phil Lempert

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Technology

A New Concern for Cellular Agriculture

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

Fresh Food

'You Are What You Eat' Includes Our Brains

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.

The Lempert Report: Retailers should align their thinking with shoppers who consider their meat purchase as a meal occasion and not just a visit to the aisle.

Consumers have many more options than in prior decades, but the reality is that if fast-food restaurants truly want to sell healthier foods, it's time to alter menus and portion sizes.

Morgan Stanley reports that online food delivery sales in 2021 will reach $21.6 billion

The Lempert Report: Cannabis and CBD are going mainstream, and there will be room for larger operators in the web-based marketplace now growing across the country.

The Lempert Report: Hyperlocal restaurants are sourcing almost all their food locally, even growing vegetables on-site.

The Lempert Report: Caviar lists women-owned restaurants but doesn't elaborate on details about these innovative entrepreneurs, and this may constitute a missed opportunity for both the technology and the foodservice operators.

The Lempert Report: Trendy diets aren't just providing a temporary boost for innovative companies. Food prices are changing, and farmers face new challenges in meeting changing consumer demands.

The Lempert Report: New grocery tech includes screens equipped with sensors ready to react to customers and anticipate their product selections. Whether shoppers will use—or be turned off by—such tech is the big question.

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