With the progress in the processed food industry, the need of natural and healthy food has become a point of major concern for the majority of the food demigods. We Feed The World is a unique documentary film as it targets and explores the ubiquitous facts related to the food we eat from the very origin – the farmers! The documentary film examines the beautiful speculations where our food is produced starting from Austria to Spain, Romania, France, Brazil, Switzerland and then again, Austria. It is bewildering to know that the farmers who produce the raw of our processed food give very less dominance and priority to the taste. This fact is critically analyzed in the documentary film as the companies, who claim that the root of their products arrives from the natural farming, are actually associated with the no-taste-believers.
On the other hand, the producers of natural food buy or lend the land ideal for the production of their claimed natural foods. Where there are infamous milk providers who have their set up in villages or countryside areas, there are also bean producers who convert the forest lands into their farming places. It also discusses the chemical techniques used for inclined crop production rate or at least saving them from diseases. With the rising population of the Earth, the production of crops is weak to cope with the population. Therefore, a crop which is naturally produced once in a year, it is now produced 4 or 5 times in a year with chemical treatments. The documentary film critically discusses the effects of these chemicals in our stomachs.
We Feed The World - At the conclusion of this documentary film, the CEO of Nestle is interviewed who pinpoints the importance of water in food production. The documentary film is a really nice piece to get plenty of information in very less time. However, the only drawback is that it does not discuss the local food consumption by the people. A trend of local food production has been developing in the world since the less availability of food, which is evident in the form of Kitchen Gardens and several NGO campaigns on natural and healthy food production.
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