Another Food Flick
Amber Byfield
Oct 16, 2009

We have been surprised at just how Food, Inc. has affected not just us, but folks around us. There's another film on the horizon, and Food Beware takes a different approach, giving viewers a success story: beginning with the food in schools, the town of Barjac, France, goes organic. This should be interesting...

According to this review from NPR, the movie makes the audience feel as though something can be done, and is being done for that matter. Granted, it's in a French town of 1,400 people... but small steps can eventually become great strides. If anything, it reinforces the importance of eating locally and organically for myriad reasons.

The movie comes out this weekend (limited release), and we're sure it'll make a splash in the US.

So, tell us: Are you up for seeing another food flick, or do expect more of the same antics?

Related posts:
Joel Salatin on Big Organic and the Future of Food
From Farm To Table: The Local Food Movement
More Food for Thought: Food, Inc., Opens This Weekend
Food, Inc. Still Making Waves

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