New Netflix Food Documentary About Meat ‘Rotten’

by | December 19, 2017

“The Food Industry Is Under Full-Scale Assault. The Crisis Is Global.” New Netflix Vegan Food Documentary About Meat ‘Rotten’ 

If you’re looking for new shows to binge on after the New Year, Netflix is set to release a new vegan food documentary about meat. Docu-series titled Rotten on January 5th. The series will be taking a deep look into the dark reality of the current state of food production. The NYC based production company Zero Point Zero (behind such tv shows like Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservation and Parts Unknown) is at the helm of this six-part series in hopes of raising awareness of the current state of our global food chain. They’ve delved into the subject of food before, most recently with the well-reviewed documentary, “Wasted! The Story of Food Waste”.

As far as what Netflix has to say:

“Rotten gives food the true crime treatment, diving deep into the food production underworld to expose the corruption, waste and real dangers behind your everyday eating habits”.

All six episodes will be released at once and will focus on a variety of topics: “Milk Money”, “Big Bird”, “The Peanut Problem”, “Cod is Dead”, “Garlic Breath”, and “Lawyers, Guns, and Honey”.

With all of these compelling, insightful and thought-provoking documentaries, when will it be enough to actually push a change to better practices and research? When will we say enough is enough and take our food consumption into our own hands and demand better? With the increasingly many food documentary about meat coming up this year.

With veganism growing, it’s no wonder that Netflix is showing more plant-based and vegan documentaries to their audience. Up and coming plant-based food Giant ‘Beyond Burger’ Recently announced they are going to offer their burger in all TGI Friday locations in the USA. Yet, the more exciting news, s the much anticipated release of their Beyond Sausage.

With parents having more choices for their families, and the release of the world’s first Vegan Parenting Magazine, it’s shaping up to be a very vegan 2018!

Michelle Alvarado I began my vegan journey after becoming pregnant. I initially did it for my/ our health but quickly learned about the horrible treatment of animals that goes on and it turned into a bigger thing than myself. I currently live in the Chicago suburbs with my husband, son and shelter pup (she’s 11 but will always be a puppy in my eyes). I went to school for communications but pursued a career in early childhood education and was a preschool teacher for almost a decade. I owe my insight in child development to my hands on experience in the field and hope to utilize it to further the progress of future vegan generations. I am beyond grateful to have found Vegan Pregnancy and Parenting and Raise Vegan, not only for the platform that it has provided me to further the awareness of vegan family resources but for what I have personally gained from it by being a member and from knowing these wonderful women. I look forward to all the amazing things to come as we help pave the way and provide a haven of love an support for vegan families.

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