I've been wanting to check it out.
We eat 90%ish organic. It's really not that much more expensive. When you start getting in to meats and stuff, sure, the cost jumps. But to me, paying extra for chicken and beef that's not pumped full of steroids, is well worth it.
It's comical that all these people are dismissing it without even seeing it. I'm sure this flick has an agenda, and any time an agenda is involved, there is going to be some stretching and embellishing of the truth. That doesn't meanthe flick contains no factual information. Personally, I think more people need to wake up and realize what they are putting in to their bodies. It's sickening what goes in to food these days. Perhaps if peoples eyes are opened, more will start to make healthier choices, because it doesn't come down to the end user. I don't blame McDonalds for all the fatasses. That said, what food mfrs are allowed to do, and the way they are allowed to market their food, is absolutely disgusting.
To the gentleman with 20 yrs in food manufacturing - you do know that antimicrobial surfaces do nothing to prevent bacteria growth in food, right? Antimicrobial is a hot word, and so many people are misinformed about what it actually means and does. For instance, Hobart likes to tout that their slicer is antimicrobial. It's a lie. Their slicer is no more antimicrobial than my dick. The plastic handle is antimicrobial. That's it. All that does is prefer bacteria growth on the handle. It covers none of the rest of the slicer. That's just one example, and I've got millions.