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Food Inc. by Karl Weber
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Oct 15, 09

bookshelves: 2009
Read in October, 2009

This book is a great companion or stand alone to Food Inc. It's a collection of essays about food issues and can be used to add to the info given in the documentary or on its own. I thought it was a great primer and love the idea of having a movie and tie-in book. A must read for anyone interested in food issues. It's got a lot of great sections, including one on what people can do. Fantastic!

My only complaint is that a lot of the info is very American and sometimes that leads to confusion in Canada.

Canadians, we are not allowed to use growth hormones in our turkeys or rgbh in our milk.

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