Food Inc tells about the reality that very few companies are in charge of all the different food items we find in the grocery stores. These companies have so much control and power that they basically do what they want. They have the money to spend to avoid their various plants from being shut down. Its sad that alot of the plants that continuously have contaminated meat or violations are not able to be shut down by the USDA. I'm glad Kevin's Law is working to try to change that. "We have became a culture of technicians." We are working to produce things year around and also trying to come up w/foods that won't spoil in the fridge. Instead of coming up with ways to avoid the spread of bacteria and diseases, we are trying to create new ways of producing food. I feel that the film did a good job pointing our that Americans are more likely to eat unhealthy foods because they are cheaper. I feel the movie doesn't point out how people would be able to afford to eat the healthy food or pay more to ensure their meat is healthy.