The Lempert Report ®

The Lempert Report is our up-to-the minute empowering video trend report uploaded daily: Monday (Retails Trends), Tuesday (Consumer Insights), Wednesday (Food News Today), Thursday (Innovation), and Friday (Health & Wellness). The Lempert Report is the leading resource for supermarket trends and where they intersect with the consumer; offering both the retail and CPG communities unique insights to capitalize on those opportunities.


Recent Videos

What Do Shoppers Want?

Price, variety, quality and convenience. Nothing has changed.

Jan 23, 2018 Watch Video

Technology Saves A Food Company

PerfectlyFree will continue to be a success.

Jan 22, 2018 Watch Video

The Dollar Format Continues To Grow

Why does the dollar store continue to be such a formidable challenger?

Jan 18, 2018 Watch Video

What If We All Went Vegan?

Researchers at USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Virginia Tech asked just that question and the answers may surprise you.

Jan 17, 2018 Watch Video

Data Is Key

We talked about this very issue in our 2018 Trends Forecast.

Jan 16, 2018 Watch Video

Recent Articles

All Lempert Report Articles

Trump Era ICE Raid Threats Loom Over Valuable Food Industry Workforce

It's a tough time for immigrants and good time to remember what they do for the food industry.

Jan 17, 2018 Read More

It’s Dry January, And Less Alcohol is "In" for 2018

Trends indicate booze-free or less alcohol drinks could grow more popular in 2018.

Jan 09, 2018 Read More

Our Brains Are Inflammed, No Wonder We’re Depressed

Scientists and medical experts continue to point out the link between diet and brain health as more and more Americans suffer from conditions like depression and Alzheimer's disease.

Jan 08, 2018 Read More

The New SG Daily Insights Tailored to Your Ideas

A new year, a new look!

Jan 04, 2018 Read More

Linking Our Genes to Our Diets: 23andMe to Study 100,000 People

DNA kits are exploding, and this company wants to know more about linking genes to diet.

Jan 03, 2018 Read More

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