Learning all about the food we eat


MILLBROOK — “Inc.” is the most important part of the 2008 Oscar-nominated movie, “Food, Inc.,” that was shown at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies on Friday night, Feb. 25.

The “Inc.” aspect is more frightening than the blood, beef carcasses and assembly lines of dead pigs. The film is a smorgasbord of vast fields of corn, dark chicken houses, feed lots, slaughter and fast food — a snappy history and explanation of how our factory food chain was created over the last 50 years.

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