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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Food, Inc.

My friend David recommended this movie to me. I was lucky: Netflix streaming had this one included in it's database of movies so I watched it almost right after he mentioned it.

I won't comment on too much of it, for fear of getting sued. You laugh. But watch the movie and maybe you won't think I'm so paranoid.

But after watching it, it has made me extremely conscious of what I buy.

Don't get me wrong. I am a very vigilant shopper. I read labels. I buy healthier food items. I eat out, for the most part, at local places.

I do what I think is morally and ethically correct.

But this movie made me see what more I can do to follow the philosophy I feel is already in me.

Watch the movie. It will still shock you. And it will make you angry. And it will make you more conscious about the choices you make every day.

At least I hope it will.

Some links to read more about it are from:
Wikipedia and from

1 comment:

  1. I've been wanting to see Food, Inc.. I think a lot of the movie was taken from Omnivore's Dilemma, so I already know a lot of it, but I think actually *seeing* it would make an even bigger impact.