fbpx

Will You See Food, Inc?

Credit: sarniebill1

As Jenn said on Monday, Food, Inc. changed her plate. While the movie has been recommended to me several times, I haven’t quite mustered up the courage to throw it in my Netflix queue. I know that what I don’t know can in fact hurt me, so I’m sure I will see it eventually. How about you?

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the movie; share them below! Erin

FTC disclosure: We often receive products from companies to review. All thoughts and opinions are always entirely our own. Unless otherwise stated, we have received no compensation for our review and the content is purely editorial. Affiliate links may be included. If you purchase something through one of those links we may receive a small commission. Thanks for your support!

Comments

Add a comment
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

6 Comments
  1. Betherann says:

    I just watched Food, Inc., this week. I was not surprised by a lot of the info on unsavory treatment of animals since I already knew about it, though I didn’t particularly relish watching more images of it. However, I did learn quite a bit about how our food industry hurts people directly, specifically its workers/farmers. I wrote more about my thoughts here: http://tinyurl.com/yhxrzm8

  2. Dani @ WRW says:

    I’ve seen it and it has certainly changed my eating habits. I’m hoping to transition to vegetarian one day but for now I’m flexitarian … celebrating veggies as much as possible.

    Have you seen Earthlings? You can watch it on Youtube or Yahoo. That one isn’t for the faint of heart, though. And while that may be the case, it’s our responsibility as a consumer to be fully aware of what we are supporting, indirectly or not.

  3. Laurie says:

    You can stream it on Netflix, so you don’t even have to waste a rental on it. my husband and I watch in horror, and it totally clicked as to why America is so fat and probably the reason we have some many diseases that are breaking down our bodies.

  4. Rebecca Ritley says:

    I’m with Dani….going Flexitarian b/c of Food, Inc. and Alicia Silverstones “The Kind Diet”. The movie was very informative, but I closed my eyes during some of the scenes. But you know….it’s something we should be aware of. The history of my family was farming, and I cannot believe what the American Farmer has to go through. Basically, there are no more American Farmers. And the information about the propoganda they feed us is very very enlightening. Do watch it.

  5. There are lessons in the film to be considered when promoting manufactured, packaged, chemical laden snack and supplement products.

    Positive Massage Therapy

  6. I have a feeling that this will make me sad. Still, better be sad than ignorant.