Even those of us who take our food really seriously were pretty impacted by Food, Inc. when we saw it in theaters (minus the popcorn) earlier this summer. And it's nice to know that the film continues to make waves in communities across the nation...
Sarah Newman over at the Huffington Post points out that the twitterings (literally, too) about the film Food, Inc. haven't really quieted and communities online and locally are still reacting.
Folks are joining CSAs and buying locally and sustainably produced food--just like the film encourages viewers to do. More importantly, it's starting conversations about sustainable agriculture and healthy (on micro and macro levels) food choices.
Are you still seeing an impact where you are?
(Image: Amber Byfield for Re-Nest.)