How do major corporations, such as McDonald's, Walmart, or Tyson's, influence the way that beef, potatoes, or chicken is produced?
How does the federal farm bill influence the way that food is produced and consumed in the United States and abroad?
What are some of the advantages of the industrial food system in America?
What are some of the disadvantages of the industrial food system in America?
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What is the connection, if any, between the types of foods available and a person's health? To what extent is it personal responsibility for people to understand what they are eating?
What are some of societal, environmental, and health care costs of the industrial food system?
To what extent, if any, can business help make positive contributions towards the main problems facing the planet?
If propaganda is defined as "information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, used to promote or publicize a particular political cause or point of view, to what extent is this movie propagandistic?
To what extent do consumers possess the power to change the way that businesses operate?