Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Special showing of Food Inc

Check it out! The TAMU Department of Multicultural Services is hosting a special showing of Food Inc. next Friday, December 4th.

Food Inc. delves deep into the state of our current food infrastructure showing us what it is and what it can be. Local food advocate Michael Pollan (Omnivore's Dilemma, In Defense of Food) and sustainable farm hero Joan Salatin (Polyface Farm) are both featured in this eye-opening and unforgettable documentary. If you've not had the opportunity to see it and you like to eat (who doesn't?), this is a must-see.

Here's the scoop:

What: Screening of Food Inc
When: Friday, December 4, 2009 (11:30-1:00)
Where: Koldus 227 (TAMU Campus)

RSVP to Diane Kraft at 979-862-2000 or dkraft@tamu.edu


Simple in France said...

Oh, the food films. I still haven't recovered from watching King Corn and seeing those poor cows! But I'll watch Food Inc. one of these days! Maybe while I'm visiting family for maximum impact:) Sounds like a great film.

Heather @ SGF said...

Simple in France - It was a GREAT movie. I saw it in California thankfully since i have a meeting friday and wont' get to see the special screening. Definitely put it on your must-see list.

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