FOOD AND COUNTRY (Q+A)

About the Film

Documentary | 100 MIN | US

America’s policy of producing cheap food at all costs has long hobbled small independent farmers, ranchers, and chefs. Worried for their survival, trailblazing food writer Ruth Reichl reaches out across political and social divides to uncover the country’s broken food system and the innovators risking it all to transform it.
(Director, Laura Gabbert)

 


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