This movie is a documentary of how foods are being produced and it helped us show the basis of how food is packaged and sold locally in our grocery stores. This movie reveals what our industry has been trying so desperately to keep from us. We have a right to know what we put in our bodies. We have a right to know whether the food we're eating has been genetically modified, or where it comes from. After watching the film Food, Inc. I gain knowledge on parts of our food industry that was unknown to me. When it comes to the United States food industry our way of production in my opinion is very wrong and cruel. As I watched it, it made me realized that what the producers of the food are trying to forecast within their commercials aren't true. I thought that the foods that we eat really came from the harvested foods in the farm either from the poultry and piggery within the farm but obviously, it is a big NO! It was a very in depth look at the farming industry that not a lot of people get to see. The researcher had tried to take a video of almost all of the differences between the production of food from the basic to the technological food industry. This film definitely reminded me that the “bad” food is cheaper and more abundant than it has ever been and we have detached ourselves from how food ends up on our plates. Food with cheaper cost tends to be the dangerous food. Since, they are trying to minimize their cost by minimizing the cost of the foods that their animals are eating. E. coli have been the trending disease in America before and in some part of the world. It is because of using a lot of technologies as the manufacturers manufactures their products. The narrator makes the argument that profit is put before the consumer’s well being, the legacy of the American farmer, workers safety, and our precious environment (Food Inc.) in many major corporations. I firmly believe that these corporations have put aside and have deliberately tried to hide...
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