'Food, Inc.' Reveals Hidden Costs on the Menu

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Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | June 18, 2009
Of all the scary food documentaries, Food, Inc. proves the most powerful and the most neatly packaged. Overall, it serves as a resounding call to action that holds out hope for the future. In the short-term, its perspective on food calls to mind an old quip by Rodney Dangerfield: "At my house, we pray after we eat."

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