There’s been a lot of buzz about the food industry recently, and the noise hasn’t been good. “Food, Inc.,” the new “exposé” documentary about food production and the American diet, surfaced in theatres this summer. And the consensus is that you won’t be hungry after seeing it.What director Robert Kenner delivers is 94 minutes of fear-mongering and a plethora of dogmas about nutrition and sustainability.It’s clear that Kenner doesn’t think highly of “big corporations”—or big anything, for ...

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