Rotten - Documentary series
The Rotten documentary series tackles various important topics about the food industry, such as industry waste, corruption, and the impact on your personal health, social, and environmental well being. The episodes tackle the honey, peanut, garlic, chicken, milk, and fish industries. If you eat these foods, or avoid them, this is critical information to be aware of about these corporate industries that have such a stranglehold on and greatly impact both our society and environment.
This docuseries travels deep into the supply of the food supply chain to reveal unsavory truths and expose hidden forces that shape what we eat.
This documentary and its trailer may contain graphic or disturbing footage.
- Year: 2018
- Runtime: 6 episodes, approximately 1 hour each
- Website:Find it on Netflix
- Producers: Zero Point Zero Productions
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