Read Our Full Review & Parent Discussion Questions Here
Rating & Content Info
Why is Food Inc. rated PG? Food Inc. is rated PG by the MPAA for some thematic material and disturbing images
Disturbing images of animals and dead carcasses are seen in meat packaging plants and on industrial farms. A cow is pushed along the ground with a forklift. Dead chickens are hauled out of a coop. Men gather up live chickens and push them into a transport truck. On a family farm, chickens are slaughtered by cutting their throats. Squealing pigs are herded toward the kill floor. Diabetes and other health concerns are addressed. A scientist examines a cow’s stomach through a surgical opening. A mother recounts the events surrounding the death of her child from food poisoning. Verbal intimidation tactics are used to silence farmers. Brief name-calling and profanities are used in the script.
Page last updated June 1, 2010
|Alberta||PG||Mature Subject Matter.|
|Manitoba||PG||Mature Theme, Disturbing Content.|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Food Inc."
Cast and Crew
Food Inc. is directed by Robert Kenner and stars .
The most recent home video release of Food Inc. movie is November 3, 2009. Here are some details…
Release Date: 3 November 2009
Food, Inc. releases on DVD and Blu-ray with the following bonus materials:
- Deleted Scenes (40 minutes of extra footage/segments)
- ABC Nightline interview with Chipotle’s CEO
- Public Service Announcements by Kelly Preston, Alyssa Milano, and Martin Sheen.
Related home video titles:
With obesity on the rise, the food industry has a critical light shone on it in the documentary Super Size Me. Michael Moore also attacks government-run agencies in his documentary Capitalism - A Love Affair. A drama based on a true story of a huge price fixing scheme involving food additives is portrayed in The Informant!.