Excited to see this film. Wonder when it opens in Seattle?
“Food, Inc.” begins with images of a bright, bulging American supermarket, and then moves to the jammed chicken houses, grim meat-cutting rooms and chemical-laced cornfields where much of the American diet comes from. Along the way Mr. Kenner attempts to expose the hidden costs of a system in which fast-food hamburgers cost $1 and soda is cheaper than milk.
“The way we eat has changed more in the last 50 years than the previous 10,000,” Michael Pollan says as the film opens.
Seems to me like a dozen things are converging and this is going to be a lot more accepted today than it would’ve been 2 or 5 years ago.