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    Food, Inc.

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    I was immediately intrigued from the beginning of Food, Inc. There was interesting and valuable information brought up during the film. Many people do not think about where their food comes from. I believe that if people were to know where their food comes from, they would not want to eat it. There are 47,000 products at a grocery store. But, Food, Inc. implies that this is in fact an illusion because all of them are made with the same crops. The fact that there are only a few multi-national corporations

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    Food, Inc. : Rhetorical Analysis In the prestigious documentary film, Food Inc., produced by Robert Kenner and founded upon an Eric Schlosser’s book, Fast Food Nation, Mr. Kenner has an intriguing impact on the American consumers of many food products and industries. Throughout the film, viewers and everyday consumers of these various products, visualize what takes place behind the scenes in food factories, contrary to what they may see through forms of advertisement. The documentary generates an

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    Food Inc Summary

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    The documentary Food Inc. revolves around the manufacturing of products for our later on consumption. The inhuman ways in which we obtain these products and the economic down fall in which we base our normal everyday lives off of. The American population undertakes a huge risk when consuming these products due to the health hazards that Ignored and not shown to the consumer by the companies. The documentary is separated into segments that are taking a specific step to take the problem by hand, whether

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    The Film Food Inc.

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    The film Food Inc., like many other films of its category is not so much of an informative documentary, rather more of a slanderous exposé which blows the lid off of the food industry and its operations. To say that the film is neutral and tends towards more of an educative approach would be a misinterpretation to say the least. Throughout the entire movie it is always evident that the movie aims not solely to educate its audience about the truth of their food, but to convert the misinformed and

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    Food, Inc. : Rhetorical Analysis In the prestigious documentary film, Food Inc., produced by Robert Kenner and founded upon an Eric Schlosser’s book, Fast Food Nation, Mr. Kenner has an intriguing impact on the American consumers of many food products and industries. Throughout the film, viewers and everyday consumers of these various products, visualize what takes place behind the scenes in food factories, contrary to what they may see through forms of advertisement. The documentary generates an

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    Essay On Food Inc

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    The human body is a complex machine and it requires fuel to run. This “fuel” is known as food and for the body to be efficient, it needs to ingest the good fuel. At a glance, I thought that Food, Inc., would not make such an impact on me since it is an American documentary film. But, since our world is getting smaller, our resources are being transported and exchanged around the globe. So the food consumed in another continent can be found on the dinner tables of a different country. In general

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    Food Inc Essay

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    The documentary Food Inc. is a great example of commercial farming. The purpose of commercial farming is to mass produce food and animals, to feed the community. The concept of commercial farming could also go along food security. The community needs to make sure that there is enough food to feed the growing population at all times. The problem right now isn’t that there isn’t enough food, but rather that there is too much food. The Tyson company produces all kinds of meat to feed people around the

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    correlated with a person’s diet and type of food consumption. In an attempt to assign blame for the cause, political and social commentators’ claim that long standing farm subsidies on particular food commodities correlate with rising obesity trends in America. In a documentary titled Food, Inc., opened to audience in 2008, award winning filmmaker Robert Kenner argues that current agricultural policies on these subsidized food commodities are allowing major food corporations to mass produce products that

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    Food Inc Reflection

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    Food Inc. was the real and ugly truth of what America is doing to our food. From what I saw in the movie were companies, the state, and the government slowly destroying a culture. Farming is becoming a dying tradition from what I could see in the movie. Farmers signed a contract from the meat packing companies, however many there are, and are forced to keep their methods of farming a secret from the world. Animals were being abused, locked up in a big facility with no sunlight, and genetically modified

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    Food Inc Documentary

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    Kenneth Posmer Food inc. is a documentary on the horrors of the industrialized food industry of the United States. The documentary exemplifies the purely wretched nature of highly industrialized and subsidized farming practices that take place on CAFO’s (Confined animal feeding operations) that harm each one of us who doesn’t take the extra initiative to find alternatives. The documentary also exposes the enforced situations that big corporations place upon farmers big and small. Food inc. doesn’t give

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