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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

  • Food Inc : Rhetorical Analysis Of Food, Inc.

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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

  • 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

  • Food Inc : Rhetorical Analysis Of Food, Inc.

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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

  • A Documentary On Food, Inc.

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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

  • Food Inc.: McDonald's

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    A. McDonaldization of society- the process by which ordinary aspects of life are rationalized and efficiency comes to rule them, including such things as food preparation p. 173 The film introduces the concept of McDonaldization to the food companies. McDonalds first introduced this concept in the first fast food chain; the idea was to make the restaurant more efficient. In the 1930’s, McDonalds own a very successful chain of restaurants, but they McDonald brothers wanted to expand their brand;

  • Analysis Of Food Inc

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    Food Inc. is a documentary that tries to teach the viewer about America’s food chain and how it came to exist in its current forum. The film uses a mix of facts and opinions from people who work in the food production industry. Food Inc. does interview workers who are both for and against the current method of food production but not for the purposes of portraying an unbiased film, it comes across as an insincere attempt. During the course of the film we are shown current methods and past practices

  • Food Inc Reflection

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    Food is a necessity for survival in our everyday lives. But have you really thought about the energy that is put in to make the delicious meals? What we eat matters. A vegetarian meal has a lower embedded energy compared to a meal with meat yet we often chose the meal with meat. One of the perks of having more vegetarian meals is the health benefits that come with it. The energy input for meat foods are higher than plant based foods because these foods requires machinery that uses a lot of electricity

  • Reflection Of Food Inc

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    Before watching Food, Inc., my knowledge of the food system was very minimal. I was aware that it was a large industry due to the society’s population but never thought about the harmful effects of it. It was shocking to learn about the horrors of the food industry being that we consume food every day. As seen in the movie, the large multinational companies that control the food system work their hardest to hide the truth about what we are eating. If companies were to reveal what happens behind

  • Food Inc Essay

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    The Unveiling of the Food Industry Food is an essential part of our lives. We consume it every day and absolutely need it to live and thrive successfully. With something so significant to us, why should we risk the source of where our food comes from? Robert Kenner created a powerhouse documentary film called Food Inc. that gives an accurate description of the horrible realities of corporate farming by providing evidence of the harm affecting both humans and animals. Robert Kenner is a film director

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