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What type of foods do you eat everyday? Beef, chicken, pork, vegetables? Where do you buy them? What process must these foods go through before reaching your dinner table? Food Inc. answers these questions and many more in this 93-minute documentary.
This controversial documentary takes its viewers on a farming adventure and not the type with the nice hay ride and animals to feed. The first part of the film takes an in-depth look into the commercial production of meat, that beef, chicken, and pork talked about earlier. Also referred to by many as factory farming it refers to the act as inhumane, environmentally and economically unsustainable.
The second part of the series takes us into the production of vegetables and grains (mainly soy beans and corn). Food Inc. again portrays this act as environmentally and economically unsustainable. Lastly the film takes us into the legal and economic power, for example food libel laws pertaining to major food companies and the extensive use of petroleum-based chemicals (largely fertilizers and pesticides).
Food Inc. also examines large companies like Wal-Mart and shows how they are making a transition over to organic foods as that is a market that is continuing to grow. The award-winning film was largely criticized by large American corporation who participate in industrial food production. So what’s for dinner tonight?
This documentary is no longer available online.