Food Mythbusters’ Premiere
Food Mythbusters premiered their first video on Food Day this past Wednesday.
Hosted by author and sustainable food activist Anne Lappé, this short but informative video debunks some of the most commonly held beliefs and touted propaganda that support industrial farming as the only way we can feed ourselves.
How beneficial is industrial farming for the farmers themselves?
How much food do we really need to feed the world?
What's the real future of industrial farming?
These are just some of the questions answered by the Food Mythbusters.
This video, the first in a series, is the work of the Real Food Media Project, created by Lappé, Corporate Accountability International and "The Coalition," a select group of some of the biggest leaders in the sustainable food movement.
This is a tremendous asset for the conversation about the future of our food system. We're extremely excited and interested to see what's next from this impressive collection of real food movers and shakers.
Watch the video and be sure to share it with friends and family.
Photo Credit: Food Mythbusters
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