Food Inc DVD/Video
Animal Abuse Inc  Food Inc  Video

[2008] Food Inc (Documentary)
Pig Business
Pig Business at the House of Commons

Anna Breytenbach

[2010 vid] Felicity Lawrence's film about pineapples, directed by Tom Pearson  [Pineapple (Supermarket)]

King Corn (2007) - IMDb

[dvd] Mad Cowboy - Full Documentary

This is "What a McDonalds commercial SHOULD look like".

Watch This Video & You’ll Never Eat McDonald’s French Fries Again  Michael Pollan is an author, activist, journalist and professor of journalism at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism. He mainly focuses on the industrial food chain with regards to his research. He emphasizes how cooking is one of the simplest and most important steps people can take to improve their family’s health, build communities, help fix our broken food system and perhaps most importantly, break our growing dependence on corporations. Michael Pollan is a food activist and you can find out more about him and his work by clicking here.
    In the video below he illustrates how McDonald’s insists on using Russet Burbank Potatoes, a potato in America that is unusually long and difficult to grow. They further insist that their potatoes have no blemishes at all, which is hard because these potatoes commonly suffer from what is referred to as Net Necrosis, which causes unwanted spots and lines on the potatoes. If they have this, McDonald’s won’t buy them and the only way to eliminate this is through the use of a pesticide called methamidophos (Monitor) “that is so toxic that the farmers who grow these potatoes in Idaho won’t venture outside and into their fields for five days after they spray.”
    When McDonald’s is ready to harvest their potatoes, they have to put them in giant atmospheric controlled sheds the size of football stadiums because they are not edible for six weeks. “They have to off gas all the chemicals in them.”


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[vid] Walmart: The High Cost Of Low Prices FULL MOVIE  WAL-MART: THE HIGH COST OF LOW PRICE is a feature length documentary that uncovers a retail giant's assault on families and American values.  The film dives into the deeply personal stories and everyday lives of families and communities struggling to fight a goliath. A working mother is forced to turn to public assistance to provide healthcare for her two small children. A Missouri family loses its business after Wal-Mart is given over $2 million to open its doors down the road. A mayor struggles to equip his first responders after Wal-Mart pulls out and relocates just outside the city limits. A community in California unites, takes on the giant, and wins!

[vid] Supermarket Chicken is actually Pork

[vid] My Potato Project; The Importance of "Organic"  Chlorpropham.  A child's experiment turns into a lesson on the toxins in our food supply.

[vid] U.S. MEAT TREATED with CARBON MONOXIDE to make it LOOK FRESH   70% of ALL Beef and Chicken has been treated with Carbon Monoxide Gas. It can make bad meat look good. How many people have become poisoned by this chemically altered meat that we are eating and feeding our children? Our Government works on behalf of big business NOT for The People Of America!

[vid AUS] Meat Glue Secret  This white powder sold by the kilo, is the meat industry's dirty little secret. It's called "meat glue." It makes pieces of beef, lamb, chicken or fish that would normally be thrown out stick together so closely that it looks like a solid piece of meat.

[vid] Milk The Deadly Poison For More Information about Milk go to:

[vid] School Lunch Program=Garbage Disposal System  "The school lunch program is by and large a disposal system for agricultural commodities. The farmers grow too much of various things, the government buys it from them to support their prices and their welfare and then dumps it on schools." he explains here. This is why you find mostly highly processed, fatty, terrible quality food in schools across the United States. It's worse than you think: there are rules the require the school lunch program to buy food from the lowest bidder. Imagine if you were forced to only buy and eat the absolute cheapest food available to you. This is what's for lunch for most of an American kids' childhood. No whole, local or organic foods enter the picture in this system. They can't compete. Furthermore, he tells us the schools no longer have kitchens -- only giant microwaves! They are totally dependent on processed food and couldn't even cook real meals if they had to.