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As and individual steps out of their car and makes their way over to agrocery store the only thing that is on that individuals mind is thatthey are on a budget and that they need to quickly pick up desired fooditems because they are on a schedule Once the individual has paid andmakes their way back to their car the thought of where their purchaseshave come from does not once cross their mind The documentary FoodInc produced by Robert Kenner focuses on the nations food industryAmericas food corporations desire for money results in the massproduction of food using various methods This documentary touches onthe inhumane conditions in which animals are placed in unmoralsituations which farmers are put in and finally the severe healthconditions that come along with the mass production of foodRobert Kenner and American filf director and producer produce thedocumentary Food Inc Robert Kenner was inspired to create thisdocumentary after watching the film Fast Food Nation The fast foodnation focuses on the health issues and love for fast food in AmericaFood Inc concentrates on revealing the truth about the American foodindustry This documentary is narrated from one point of view theproducers themselves are against the deeds of the food corporationswhere as some many aspects of the documentary focus on the inside lookof the corporations The main ideas presented throughout the documentaryconsist of the inhumane conditions in which animals are put through theunmoral treatment that farmers work in and finally the spread ofdiseases through mass production This documentary is meant to createawareness in the United- States and to promote consumers to focus moreon buying locally grown foods and their health conditionsThis documentary uses several rhetorical devices such as analogiesreferences to pop culture references to authorities cause and effectsand anecdotes to support the overall thesis This documentary uses ananalogy between the food industry and the tobacco industry fifty yearsago This is a useful analogy because many individuals are aware of howinvincible the tobacco industry was which
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