Food, Inc. director Robert Kenner lifts the veil on the food industry, exposing how a handful of corporations control our food supply, producing it on massive ‘factory farms’ and processing it in industrial plants. The system is highly productive and consumers are spending less on food than ever before. At what cost?
New virulent strains of E. coli bacteria are appearing. We are experiencing widespread child obesity and suffering an epidemic of diabetes among adults.
The Oscar-nominated film Food, Inc. introduces us to heroic people opposing the mega food corporations. It reveals shocking truths about what we eat and how it’s produced and reminds us that we all can vote on this issue every day – at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
By turns an absorbing, enraging and entertaining experience. 4 stars --Little White Lies
A powerful documentary --The Independent
A must-see wake-up call --Metro