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The Future of Food

According to the promo material The Future of Food (USA 2004, Director: Deborah Koons) is a vivid every person’s guide to agribusiness; the aggressive corporate push for genetically-modified food and ownership of genetic crop resources. Like The Corporation, this is lucid, expertly researched, activist filmmaking, a daunting picture of corporate power and individual disempowerment, designed to promote the opposite. "The documentary, created by Deborah Koons Garcia, uses archival footage and interviews with farmers and agriculture experts to argue that GMO foods are jeopardizing our food safety. During the past 10 years, the film tells us, genetically engineered crops have infected our food supply and undermined cultivation methods that have been refined over thousands of years. The Future of Food lays out a detailed case… Exploring a gamut of issues from so-called suicide seeds to lax food-safety enforcement laws, and from the controversy over patented genes to infected cornfields, the film is a comprehensive and chilling example of anti-GMO rhetoric.” — Jason Silverman, Wired





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