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The Green Review: New Documentary "Fresh" Inspires Food Reform

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Earlier this month, I revealed a preview from the new documentary Fresh — a film that celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system.

While I knew that Fresh didn’t necessarily promote a vegetarian diet (which duh – I’m obsessed with), I was totally open to hearing it’s message.  And man — I’m so glad I was. 

I saw this film on Wednesday night and let me tell you: it was effing incredible!! I mean like drop your jaw, shed a tear, inspire you to get involved incredible! 

Fresh featured a cast of real life characters who literally spend every minute of every day inspiribg the world to change our relationship with food  By examining the massive flaws of fast food and superstores, Fresh proved that eating local and organic is truly the answer to long term physical and planetary health. 

Check out FreshTheMovie.com to learn more and to find a screening in your area. It will make you want to be a sustainable superhero. Check out the preview below.

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