Farmageddon is now available on Netflix is the US, Canada, UK and the Nordics.
Also, look for Farmageddon on the shelves at Whole Foods. The are now carrying our movie in all their locations!
November 5, 2012 at 4:30 pm in Perry Hall
The second to last raid in our film Farmageddon occurred in Venice, CA, at a private food-buying club called Rawesome Foods. Whenever I was lucky enough to be in the vicinity and able to visit this club, it was like being a kid in a candy store…or, well, a raw foods lover in a raw foods store?
I had an email exchange with Steve Smith, the farmer in upstate New York who was raided and shut down by New York Ag and Markets for his private buying club that provided popular milk, yogurt and cheese to many happy customers. Steve and his wife Barbara are both well educated scientists who also speak of the benefits of raw dairy products.
Event brings together small farmers and farm-to-consumer advocates with California food-safety regulators
By Claire Hutkins Seda
Chaffin Family Orchard’s Chris Kerston and Butte County Public Health’s Environmental health director, Brad Banner , organized the recent Local Food Summit to bring the two traditionally feuding sides—food-safety regulators and small farmers and local foodies—together.“We’ve got to change the dialogue from ‘us versus them’ to ‘us,’” said Justin Malan, executive director of the California Conference of Directors of Environmental Health. “We’re not going to point any more fingers. The only finger we’re going to point is at the solution.”
Kelly the Kitchen Kop, interviews Kristin Canty for her Healthy Cooking Blog: Kristin Canty – the Beginning of Her Real Food Movement. Click here to read the post.