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dianne g says ...
just recently saw the film Food,Inc. and it certainly makes you think twice about where chickens. cows and hogs are raised and how they are processed....
04/01/2010 6:37:21 AM CDT
Jen says ...
I first saw Soylent Green 25 years ago and even now it gives me nightmares - as seemingly far-fetched as its theme( we are relegated to food after death)and planned human food processing (literally) the condition city scapes and countryside can already be seen in many parts of our current world. The willingness of the urban populous to seek food without any concern for its source - well its timely to say the least!
04/01/2010 7:33:33 AM CDT
Phyllis F. says ...
Food ,Inc, was actually very frighting.
04/01/2010 10:17:32 PM CDT
Dale Roland says ...
It is very interesting the way the movie started as it wants you to believe everything is okay with our food industry and then you get the real deal. Today's food is based on greed, immediate gratification and not on true healthy survival. this movie seems like it will portray the truth about what really goes on and how our animals are actually slaughtered. We need to know the truth in order to change the world and let them know we won't stand for it.
04/03/2010 8:14:21 AM CDT
Jill lin says ...
This documentary reminds me of "sweat, tears and chicken" from green channel. Not only animals were suffering, laborers' conditions were harsh and subhuman. Respect the earth and eat locally grown (or home-grown food is vital to our value and sustainability. Thanks for the film!
04/04/2010 4:24:38 PM CDT
The Healthy Apple says ...
Food Inc. was an incredible eye opener and I am thrilled to see Fresh The Movie, as well...I'm looking forward to seeing the film here in Manhattan and attending the Food on Film events!
04/06/2010 10:26:23 AM CDT
John Fry says ...
6 billion people and going to 12 billion.
04/06/2010 11:18:36 PM CDT
Polly Severy says ...
I like the idea of having a movie night at Whole Foods -- or at Wild Oats -- in Santa Fe. A great idea to get community together, and share in knowledge for healthier lifestyles.
04/01/2010 3:39:22 PM CDT
Tahirih says ...
Eyeopening
04/01/2010 4:38:15 PM CDT
Lori says ...
I plan on seeing the movie in June. I think people should know what their eating & being better informed. Hopefully, the movie will do great & will get more out there! Thanks, Whole Foods for making a difference, Lori
04/01/2010 9:02:31 PM CDT
Linda Perlin says ...
My vegan daughters have brought to my attention many of the issues raised in these provocative films. If we want to seriously address the health issues in this country, often attributed to a diet loaded in salt, sugar, and fat, we must become aware of and refrain from purchasing what is easy, quick, and generally bad for us.
04/02/2010 11:15:36 AM CDT
Catherine Castro says ...
This short is AWESOME, the more we just keep on getting the message out there, the more we touch with information. I have just been changed by all the information, but especially in "Food,Inc." when they are talking to a person working on a cow (it's horrible) and there's a hole in the side of cow, as if nothing is hurting that poor animal. I know that we are turning things around for the better, slowly but surely. Thank you Whole Foods for your generosity, and providing excellent education for all; because knowledge is power! Love you Whole Foods! c xo
04/02/2010 5:04:02 PM CDT
Kathy says ...
It would be nice if some of these movies were in St. Louis. I have seen No Impact Man and thought it was interesting. My boys (11 and 16) got a kick out of having the whole movie theater to ourselves, and I think they even enjoyed the movie.
04/08/2010 4:17:22 PM CDT
Gail K says ...
I've seen many films and read many books about how the quality of our food is declining. More and more people are speaking up demanding changes to the food we eat. Let's keep spreading the message about increasing food standards!
04/11/2010 9:03:04 PM CDT

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