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The media is successfully driving consumers to demand greater transparency from food brands

Sometimes the truth is hard to swallow – and quite literally so – in Rotten, a Netflix documentary series that gives food production the true-crime treatment that will lead you to never look at your dinner plate in the same way again.

Whether you prefer to dine out in gourmet luxury, eat franchise burgers or cook nutritious meals at home, there’s more than enough scandal here – and impact on your well-being – to plant unease in the pit of your stomach.

“Rotten dives deep into the food production underworld to expose the corruption, waste and real dangers behind your everyday eating habits,” according to Netflix.

“In a world where huge global supply-chains are increasingly intertwined and consolidated, this series starts on your dinner plate… and follows the money to the shocking consequences – intended or not – of regulation, innovation and greed.”

The series hails from people who know the ins and outs of engaging foodie television – Zero Point Zero, the production company behind Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown (2013-present), a five Emmy-award winner that follows gallivanting gastronome Bourdain as he experiences cultures and cuisines around the world. It has also produced the long-running series The Mind of a Chef, which combines travel, cooking, history and science as chefs share their recipes and philosophies on the culinary arts.

READ THE FULL ARTICLE AT: https://www.thenational.ae/arts-culture/television/netflix-documentary-series-rotten-exposes-fraud-and-corruption-in-today-s-global-food-industry-1.692045

 

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