food inc.

FOOD, INC. gets a plug from fast food… really!

FOOD, INC. gets a plug from fast food… really!

If you’ve already seen the documentary FOOD, INC., you know that film reiterates the argument that the industrialization of our food supply resulted largely from the rise of fast food: the business model requires a large supply of cheap, consistent meat and produce. If you haven’t seen the film, it turns out you may be able to do so for free… and that fast food Tex-Mex chain Chipotle will pay for your ticket.

Huh?

Food, Inc.: A gut-wrenching revelation of what's really on your plate

Food, Inc.: A gut-wrenching revelation of what's really on your plate

E. coli? Obesity? Illegal immigration? Hardly a day goes by, it seems, when one of these issues doesn’t appear somewhere in the news. The new documentary film Food Inc. does something that few in the mainstream media have tried with these issues: it demonstrates how they’re all connected to our food system, and the mass production methods that now dominate food processing in the United States.