Leslie's Reviews > Food Inc.: A Participant Guide: How Industrial Food is Making Us Sicker, Fatter, and Poorer-And What You Can Do About It

Food Inc. by Karl Weber
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Dec 07, 09

I have to confess, we watched the movie! I could not find a way to link the movie but I do feel like everyone should see this!! We watched with the older children and they found it worthwhile as well. It is a compliment to the "Wal Mart Effect" and "Fruitless Fall". It makes us ask ourselves what is the point of a successful business? Money or product? Is it possible to achieve in both areas? Most of the information about the general benefits of eating well we already knew but to see the fruits (?) of cheap food, subsidized crops etc and where that leads the health of our country is eye opening. I am ready to don my overalls and raise chickens! We are fortunate in that we have our raw milk and eggs delivered weekly and buy a grass fed cow to butcher. But the chickens, not sure if I can eat perdue or tysons ever again. . .
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Taneka Did you watch "The Future of Food" as well. I watched that one first and then I saw Food Inc. They are both amazing. You can watch The Future of Food on Hulu.com. It is more about GMO's but still a good film.

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