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Books, Documentaries, Reviews: The Future of Food

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Books, Documentaries, Reviews:  December 30, 2013

The Future of Food

A Film By Deborah Koons Garcia (2004)


We have a “swap shop” at our local dump here in Camden, Maine.

I’ve gotten some really cool things there–and, I’d like to think, dropped off some really cool things I’m not using there so someone else can use those things.

Books and DVDs are big items people “swap” at the Swap Shop.

Ronald VanHeeswijk brought me The Future of Food from the Swap Shop last summer some time.

I watched it when the cable was out.

It’s a good documentary.  Sturdy.  Covers the issue of GMO foods.  Has lots of scientist experts.  Exposes Monsanto’s goals to control food.  Did you know there are patents now on “life,” like cells, seeds, and so forth.  That’s pretty scary.

Here’s a review:

The Future of Food | Top Documentary Films.

Written by louisaenright

December 30, 2013 at 12:28 pm