Food Exposed with Nelufar Hedayat will cover topics such as fish, dairy, water, GMOs, superfoods, palm oil, and pork. Hosted by award-winning journalist Nelufar Hedayat, the eye-opening series examines how our appetites shape our world, investigating the global food chain and the origins of our favorite ingredients. As she travels the world, Nelufar reveals the true cost of food to people, animals, and the planet. This ambitious, sometimes shocking and revelatory series spans the globe from the North Pole to China, the oceans of West Africa to the forests of Asia and explores the future of food and how we're going to feed our rapidly-expanding population.
- imDb Rating: 8.7 (9 Votes)
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Uncovering stories about the most common ingredients in the human diet and the big business interests driving the global food chain.
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- Released: 27 Mar 2018
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- Genre: Documentary
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- Actors: Nelufar Hedayat, Nicole Richie
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- Country: USA
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- Total Seasons: 1
Episode 1x8; Dec 05, 2018
1x7: Palm Oil
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In the US, 40 percent of food is wasted. Nelufar Hedayat meets people fighting the war on waste, including TV star Nicole Richie. From Guatemala to America she reveals how our obsession with the way food looks leads to an astonishing amount of waste.
Fish stocks are plummeting and within our lifetime, the oceans could be empty. Explore the effect of the world's insatiable appetite for seafood is having on the ocean's marine life.
Nelufar Hedayat investigates the truth behind the dairy industry. From Ontario to California, Wisconsin and DC, she meets farmers, politicians and activists, including the musician Moby, to find out the true cost of the milk we drink every day.
Nelufar meets the people at the center of a global war over water, including Hollywood A-lister James Cromwell. A Californian town accuses big business of stealing its water supply, while farming families in Peru clash with a large agro-exporter.
Superfood sales are booming. From the jungles of the Amazon to the bustle of New York, Nelufar Hedayat investigates how obscure foods can gain cult status and what happens to the people that grow them. Are superfoods really all they're marketed to be?
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