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Food, Inc.An unflattering look inside America's corporate controlled food industry.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United StatesDuration: 94 minQuality: HDRelease: 2009IMDb: 7.8
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Directors of "Food, Inc."Robert Kenner
Creators of "Food, Inc."Robert KennerElise Pearlstein
Critic Reviews of "Food, Inc."Time OutNovember 18, 2011
This is the kind of muckraking we should see more often.Time OutNovember 17, 2011
This solidly constructed documentary aims to do for food production what An Inconvenient Truth did for global warming.Chicago ReaderAugust 20, 2009
Smart, gripping, and untainted by the influence of Michael Moore.Orlando SentinelJuly 08, 2009
After you see what IBP is doing to cattle, what Tyson is doing to chickens, what farmers are doing to us and what Monsanto is doing to farmers in the new documentary Food, Inc., you may never eat again.San Francisco ChronicleJune 26, 2009
A mind-boggling, heart-rending, stomach-churning expose on the food industry.Detroit NewsJune 26, 2009
If you are what you eat, we are mostly genetically modified, poorly regulated, unhealthy meat byproducts generating profits for a few gargantuan corporations.American ProfileSeptember 29, 2011
One word of caution: Eat before you see it. After it's over, the idea of a swing through the drive-thru might not be so appetizing.sbs.com.auDecember 31, 2010
A doco which could make you sick!QuickflixOctober 21, 2010
Food, Inc. -- a disturbing expose of the food industry -- is essential watching. You need to see it. Take your kids. Take your neighbour's kids. Take a stranger's kids (well, maybe that's a bit much).Georgia StraightJuly 06, 2010
A disturbing yet easy to watch documentary about the increasingly industrialized yanking on what used to be called the food chain.ScreenwizeJuly 04, 2010
As a piece of investigative journalism, it does a terrific job examining the real price paid for nice plump chicken breasts, disease-resistant soya beans and hamburger for all.The Age (Australia)May 21, 2010
Concerned with entertainment value as well as clarity and punch, he uses lots of colourful graphics, and moves quickly from one aspect of his subject to another.
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