Eva Longoria Produced Documentary [+VIDEO] ‘Food Chains’ Asks Who Picks The Food?
Oct 17, 2014 05:43 PM EDT | By Staff Reporter
Eva Longoria Documentary - A new documentary about food chains workers is coming and it has a pretty important production behind it, including Eva Longoria as the Executive Producer.
"Food Chains" raises a very interesting question. Where does our food come from? The truth and what the documentary itself establishes is that lately, food and more importantly, organic food is getting a lot of attention.
People want to lead a more healthy life, away from fast food and everything that basically clogs arteries and makes an unhealthy lifestyle. So, they turn to "naturist" options, and that is where 'Food Chains' enters.
Produced partly by Eva Longoria, the actress who became famous for her role in "Desperate Housewives" and hasn't stopped ever since joins an interesting team and an even more interesting subject.
"Food Chains" focuses on the workers. And starts off by saying, people enter the supermarkets and buy their groceries. But, how many times do they stop to think where all that organic food comes from?
Another interesting point is that these last weeks, GMO's have been a complete subject on their own; the fact of either products being labeled or not by the companies to raise awareness about the genetically modified organisms that we consume.
So, with all of that going on, "Food Chains" comes at the right time and Eva Longoria certainly made a good bet at producing this documentary.
"Everybody should be concerned with where our food comes from and who picks it?" Eva Longoria asks in the trailer of "Food Chains."
It's a valid point and it's also a consideration about the human factor. The point that has been raised over the GMO's considers what we bring into our mouths, thinking about the next generations.
Still, what about the generations that are working already to get that food into the plates? That's the issue explored in "Food Chains," produced by Eva Longoria and narrated by Forest Whitaker.
An exclusive clip was noted by Indie Wire and "Food Chains" will be released on November 21.
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