The a lot anticipated streaming of the documentary “Poisoned” hits Netflix on August 2. The movie, primarily based partly on a finest promoting e book by the identical title, has been in manufacturing since simply earlier than the COVID-19 Pandemic. I believe the movie will shock shoppers, the meals business, regulators and politicians, and all who care concerning the security of our meals provide. Though there are some darkish moments, I hope that the takeaway is that issues can change and there may be hope if we work collectively.
Properly, pull up a snug chair and a few popcorn on August 2.
In Poisoned, award-winning investigative journalist and #1 New York Occasions bestselling creator Jeff Benedict delivers a jarringly candid narrative of the fast-moving catastrophe, drawing on entry to confidential paperwork and unique interviews with the real-life characters on the middle of the drama—the households whose kids had been contaminated, the Jack within the Field executives pressured to reply for the tragedy, the physicians and scientists who recognized E. coli because the perpetrator, and the authorized groups on each side of the historic lawsuits that ensued. Quick Meals Nation meets A Civil Motion on this riveting account of how we discovered the laborious strategy to really watch what we eat.