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The docuseries Rotten aims to expose the corporate evil behind the world's food supply chain. The filmmakers root out fraud and corruption. The series ultimately concludes that tainted food is to blame for many of the world's problems. The series is available on Netflix.

Friday on Netflix
2 Seasons, 12 Episodes
January 5, 2018
Documentary & Biography, Food
Cast: Latif Nasser
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  • New marijuana laws have sparked a surge in edible goodies, but this fast-changing foodscape comes with risks for consumers.

  • For much of the world, chocolate is pure pleasure. But the long journey from bean to bar is packed with misery. Can an upstart company turn the tide?

  • Exploited workers, altered ecosystems, political power plays: Behind the scenes, Big Sugar is anything but refined.

  • The explosive growth of the bottled water industry has driven corporations to dip into public water supplies and left vulnerable citizens thirsty.

  • In the south of France, frustrated winegrowers go to extremes to stave off cheap imports from Spain and new competition from China.

  • The avocado's rise from culinary fad to must-have superfood has made it a lucrative crop -- and a magnet for money-hungry cartels.

  • I the wake of overfishing in New England, the us government stepped in to regulate and save the fisheries. The unintended result was a wave of consolidation that set the stage for massive criminal exploitation.

  • To boost profits, some dairy farmers are switching to produce upscale organic milk, or even "raw" unpasteurized milk, but it comes with the risk of pathogens which can sicken and even kill consumers.

  • From the lowliest hen to the richest magnate, the size and scale of chicken-growing has determined the fate of every player in this expansive food chain.

  • A lucrative and controversial commerce relationship between the u.s. And china forms the backdrop for a david-and-goliath tale of loyalty, betrayal and revenge on the american garlic scene.

  • In the last twenty years, there's been a surge of people suffering from severe food allergies. A look at the swelling body of science around this change, and the accountability of restaurateurs in caring for their most vulnerable customers.

  • Explores the new global honey business, and largest food fraud investigation and prosecution in history--a scam known as "honeygate."

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