Expert food industry analyst and journalist, Phil Lempert, has candid conversations about what’s in your food, what you should and shouldn’t be buying and eating, how food companies can better serve shoppers and stay ahead of the trends, what effect the food and agriculture world is having on our planet, and more.
AI Comes To Fresh
My guest today is Matt Schwartz , the CEO and co-founder of Afresh, an AI technology company, that builds solutions specifically for the complexity of fresh food to radically reduce food waste. One of our nation's biggest problems and multiply groceries profitability, and make fresh nutrient dense food accessible for everyone. He started Afresh, because his deep experience working in food led them to believe that improving the food system is our single best path to improving human and environmental health.
Google Wants To Go Food Shopping
My guest today is Kevin Brown CEO and the co-founder of Innit. Now, Kevin has more than 20 years experience in food tech, search security and cloud sectors, and wants to announce a new partnership that they have. That's really going to change the way we think about grocery shopping. There's no question that during the pandemic we've had a lot of retailers invest in a lot of technology. And to be honest with you, the reality is that some of the retailers have thrown away a lot of money because they just haven't really looked at what that customer experience is all about.
A Plant-Based CEO Reveals the Secrets to Success
Brad Charron is CEO of Aloha, an employee-owned and operated company committed to making the healthiest, best-tasting plant-based protein products on the planet. A classically trained CPG operator, Brad has worked on powerful entrepreneurial brands including Chobani, Under Armour and KIND Snacks.
Everything You Need To Know About Your Gut Health
Today with me is Kimberly Griffith, a Clinical Research Partner for Thryve. She is also a microbiome researcher and Functional Medicine nutritionist that uses science-based, individualized approaches to promote optimal wellness for each individual. Her persistent focus within lifestyle medicine application and research is firmly founded within the microbial community, understanding health effects from gut, skin, oral and vaginal dysbiosis and how best to optimize each biome for ideal health and wellness. Kimberly is a board Certified Nutrition Specialist and holds a Masters of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, alongside continual education within microbiome research.
A Look Through the Lens of a Serial Food Entrepreneur
One of my favorite topics to discuss on Lost in the Supermarket is innovation in our food world and to interview those insightful game changers. On today's episode, we have Keith Belling, CEO and Co-Founder of Right Rice. Keith is one of those innovators who look just a little bit differently at our foods which opens up a whole new way of looking at our grocery stores.
From Pot Pies to a Top 50 US Brand
Phil Lempert Interviews Amy's Kitchen co-founders Rachel and Andy Berliner. Started in 1987, Amy’s, for the first time, was named one of the Top 50 Brands in the U.S. in the Prophet Brand Relevance Index based on a survey of 13,000 consumers. Join us as we discuss the past, present and future for Amy's.