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The Future of Food

April 25, 2013

The Future of Food

“The Future of Food” gives an in-depth look at the revolution of genetically engineered food and the effect it has on the United States and the world. “The Future of Food” offers a behind-the-scenes look at the unlabeled, patented and genetically engineered food that has fed our families for the past decade. The film explores the health implications, government policies and the globalization of genetically engineered food. Shot on location in the United States, Canada and Mexico, the film gives a voice to farmers whose livelihoods have been controlled by the large agribusiness corporations behind genetically engineered food.

The film concludes with alternatives to eating genetically engineered food and why it is better to feed your family food that is not genetically engineered. Alternatives include eating organic food, buying fresh fruit and vegetables from local farmer’s markets, and community supported agriculture. It describes how people are becoming more aware of genetically engineered food and are seeking answers to solve the problem. You can find “The Future of Food” on Amazon and Netflix.

At Wholesome Sweeteners, we believe in feeding our families food that is delicious, nutritious and safe to eat. All of our products are Non-GMO Project Verified. We follow the rules and regulations set forth by the USDA’s National Organic Program. Each Wholesome Sweeteners product that bears the organic logo guarantees that you are purchasing something that has not been aided by synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or chemicals.

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