Most of the sardines that are fished today— a tremendous source of protein— are not eaten by people.
In part 3, Carlo Petrini asks of us to take a step back from our daily lives, and reexamine our values that we hold so dear; perhaps values we would never think to even question.
Agriculture has a system of built-in limitations. But, we have figured out how to bypass many of those limits, and so, pay a terrible cost.
Carlo Petrini, founder of Slow Food International shares his views about food, politics, and American culture on the road to becoming a sustainable food nation.
Raj Patel explains what food sovereignty means, and why people around the world are fighting to have a say in their own food system.