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INT21 No waste
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INT18 Reach of the chef
INT17 Vote food
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INT13 Future cooking
INT12 Understanding the millennials
INT11 Ownership to Usership
INT10 Plant Based
INT08 Reinventing Traditions
INT05 Shift Happens
INT04 Food & Responsibility
INT03 Food & Trends
INT02 Food & Farming
INT01 Food & Tech
‘There are 600,000 food products on offer in America’s supermarkets. Eighty percent of them contain added sugars’, says scientist Robert Lustig. ‘We are addicted to sugar’, says journalist Michael Moss. The food industry is under attack and the food debate has intensified. Will it change? And what is the role of the restaurateur in this debate?
"And there is one group who can force the government, and that is the people."
The makers of the documentary want to achieve the same effect as had by Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth on our perception of climate change.
The documentary is currently showing in American theaters.
The documentary Fed Up lashes out against the American food industry. The documentary highlights that we need to drastically change the way we view sugar and food.
"Food producers should be forced [to put health warnings on sugary foods] and there is only one body that can force them, and that is the government," says scientist Robert Lustig in the documentary Fed Up.
Text: Babette Rijkhoff | Music: Jose Gonzalez - Hints