I have been trying to see this myself ... I'm glad to hear your findings ! ( please don't change your name though ! ) Lisa
Haven't seen this yet, but have been aware of the food industry's problems and it scares me too. I can't remember the last time I ate red meat, or pork, and I will only occasionally buy a 'safe' chicken from a local farmer's market. It's just so sad how messed up things have become. I'm going to go plant my face in my pet rabbit Honey's fur and kiss her now, which usually counterbalances all the craziness in the world. Works for a while anyway : )
i second that, it's definitely a must see (just not while you're eating which i made the mistake of doing.)
Lisa... really, you should see it. But, like "Down and Out Chic" said, maybe not while you're eating.Ellen... While the movie certainly points out elements of cruelty and inhumane conditions as a part of food production, the other "scary" side of all of this is the high levels of power and corruption that exist in legislation and regulation of our food supply. It's unreal! Now... off to Honey for some snuggles!Down and Out Chic... I did the SAME thing! I don't know why? But it was dinner time and the movie was on TV so what was I gonna do? Thanks for stoppin' by, Ladies! :)
Oh... and Lisa... don't worry... the name will stay! ;)
Food, Inc. is a must see! It was such an eye-opener and has really driven me to try my best to make better choices.
I recorded it last night, but have yet to see it. Should I be scared?
Uncle B., I want to see it too! I must admit...I have the worst eating habits...love all the wrong things...I mean REALLY bad...did you ever eat Ho Ho's for lunch? will the movie help me?
And even if I see it, I'm afraid red meat ain't leaving my food chain! Shut the door!!!
Oh, saw that on TV last night too. So impressive!
One of my favorite movies ~ I gave it as stocking stuffers to every single family member last Christmas! Some of them are still not talking to me.
I saw this one on CBC a few nights ago, it is quite a fascinating, but very sad documentary. makes you take a second thought about that hamburger....
I've been dying to see this and it finally came via Netflix this morning, yay!
I need to watch this! I've had it on m mind for a while now. I must get my hands on the DVD asap. thanks for the nudge
Paloma.... yes indeed! Thanks for lending your critical support! :)Josephine... I don't think you should be scared. I don't think you should eat while you're watching it... but don't be scared. Very eye-opening!Paris Hotel Boutique... No! I have NEVER eaten Ho Ho's for lunch! I'm a Suzy-Q kinda guy. ;) I don't think this a "Go vegetarian or go home!" kinda film. It really focuses more on the quality of our food supply and the political powers that control behind the scenes. Unbelievable!Laura... well done wasn't it?!! Glad you caught it! :)Simply Mel... WOW! Good for you! The gift of knowledge! But some prefer to be ignorantly blissful. I don't mean that to slam people. It's a lot to take in (My partner was like, "Shut up! Shut up! Shut up!" But it's our FOOD, people! We're putting this in OUR BODIES! I mean, I got some atrocious habits but we can all change for the better a little... can't we?House of Milk... did you see it yet?!! What'dya think?The Purple Foodie... (thanks for stoppin' by!) and you're welcome! Hope you get a chance to see it sometime soon.THANKS, KIDS!
I have seen this. It is really good. I am eating a lot more vegetables!
Must, must, gotta, gotta see this! How to get my hot little hands on it in Marrakech? hmmmm....
Oh this film was arresting, wasn't it? It's available as a Watch Instantly on Netflix.I've been slightly obsessed with watching documentaries and reading about how our food is made. Inspired me to grow my own veggies and herbs.Still don't know what to do about my candy addiction, though. Although the documentary "King of Corn" reminds me to stay away from corn syrup.
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