Food beware

Food beware

the French organic revolution

DVD - 2009 | French
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Explores how a small village in France with organic, locally-grown school lunches is addressing the intersection of illness and contemporary food production, with interviews concerning organic food, agrobusiness, the food industry, safe food production, and public health.
Publisher: New York, NY : First Run Features, ©2009
Branch Call Number: FRENCH ENGLISH 363.8 FOO
Characteristics: 1 DVD (112 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Additional Contributors: Jaud, Jean-Paul

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wormstuckinbook
Jul 19, 2018

Great film! Finally a mayor and school system that is progressive and caring! Teaching the kids about growing food is vital.....better than math, says a teacher!
Look at the food the kids eat...and how peaceful they are. A healthy organic meal on china even! No waste! The kids listen, cooperate....compare that with Canada/U.S. where the kids eat prepackaged meals...lots of waste and full of sugar and pesticides/chemicals.
ADD has been linked to these!
More at my 123poopitout.com
And grow some food! Inspirational! And challenge your politicians to change. The film cites some states like in France, mens' cancer rates have increased 93% the last 25 yrs! Much is linked to food and the water/air we breathe. Time to go BACK to healthier ways!

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