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Persuasively putting a face on the meals most of America consumes regularly without coming across as a sanctimonious expose, "At the Fork" serves up an even-handed perspective on the subject of eating ethically.
A deeply personal and moving exploration given ballast by copious input from experts.
A remarkably intelligent case for the humane treatment of farm animals only marred by the inclusion of Whole Foods CEO who exploits prison labor for products in his grocery stores.
An enlightening doc about the ethics and morality of food that only occasionally feels like eating your vegetables.
Well-shot shot documentary about ranchers pursuing humane alternatives to corporate agribusiness gives an evenhanded, journalistic portrait of the costs and benefits.
An examination of the ethical choices being made on behalf of animals raised for food.
An intelligent, family-friendly documentary that takes an extensive look (without hidden cameras) at farms that produce our meat, eggs, and milk.
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