1/1 Good Day Radio with the Supermarketguru - This Week's Guest

Sherry Torkos, author, pharmacist and certified fitness instructor

Dec 31, 2010 Read More

Happy New Year!

The staffs of and The Lempert Report would like to wish our readers a happy, healthy 2011! We hope you and your families safely ring in the New Year with a joyful reflection on 2010 and optimism for 2011. Here's to an exciting and prosperous new year for the food world! The Lempert Report will resume publication resume publication on Monday, January 3rd. We'll see you next year

Dec 31, 2010 Read More

Happy Allergy Free New Year

For the 12 million Americans who have food allergies, the holiday season can sometimes be a challenge. Holiday treats can contain surprise ingredients; and even trace amounts of peanuts or milk can cause severe reactions in some people.

Dec 30, 2010 Read More

Food Industry Merger Activity Rebounds In 2010

As 2010 comes to a close, The Food Institute is readying its annual report

Dec 30, 2010 Read More

Retailers, brands can fight cyber-bullies

As family-oriented businesses, supermarkets should always seek new ways to differentiate

Dec 30, 2010 Read More

Singles surge could reshape U.S. food markets

Sex was the communal experience in the 1960s, but in 2011, it could be food that brings singles together.

Dec 29, 2010 Read More

Restaurant, supermarket trends in parallel

The top three restaurant trends for 2011!

Dec 29, 2010 Read More

Become part of the plan-and-shop meal cycle

It is important to engage chief household food procurers early through Shopper Marketing.

Dec 28, 2010 Read More

It's OK to dance in the yogurt aisle

Anthony Quinn, in his famous role of Zorba, would happily dance the Sirtaki to celebrate the robust sales surge of Greek yogurt in U.S. food, drug and mass merchandiser stores (including Walmart).

Dec 27, 2010 Read More

Today's Abstract

In this month's issue of Food, Nutrition, & Science from The Lempert Report: 2011'S FOOD TRENDS TO WATCH, Accepting Nominations for Farmer of the Year, Umami and more.

Dec 27, 2010 Read More

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