In this video, Phil Lempert discusses the results of a survey that examined drinking habits of Americans during the pandemic.
In this video, Phil Lempert discusses an updated labeling system for store shelves in Giant Food.
In this video, Phil Lempert discusses a new mentorship project at the Institute for Food Safety at Cornell University
Ricardo Salvador, director of the Food & Environment program at the Union of Concerned Scientists and Mark Bittman, cookbook author extraordinare and former NY Times columnist co-wrote an engaging and thoughtful column in the NY Times about the USDA – what is it – and what it could be.
People got on planes. People had larger Thanksgiving gatherings than what was advised. People spent more money buying things online. And more people turned to food banks to feed their families.
In this video, Phil Lempert discusses sustainable food trends and information from a Forbes interview with Amarjit Sahota from Ecovia Intelligence and founder of the Sustainable Foods Summit.
In this video, Phil Lempert discusses emerging issues in food safety as identified by the European Food Safety Authority.
Monday we reported on the partnership and experiment between TikTok and Postmates and how that was bringing the most watched “food trends” into people’s homes in Los Angeles. But the food trends do not stop there.
Our tensions are high, our nerves are frazzled, and we are trying to stay calm and healthy. A new column in Gear Patrol reports that the high cost of supplements and fitness equipment has left millions of Americans in its wake.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the frailties of the food world and its supply chain. For many people this has been the first time in their lives they went into our supermarkets and couldn’t buy toilet paper or flour or cow’s milk or their favorite brands.