The second short movie from the fast-casual restaurant to critique industrial farming
Chipotle Mexican Grill unveiled Wednesday a second short film about the plight of small family farmers in the United States, this time to promote its annual Halloween fundraising efforts. The film, titled “Abandoned,” aims to raise awareness about the economic hardship family farmers face compared with an increasingly industrialized agricultural system in the United States. The film was released by the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, an organization created by the Denver-based ...
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