In each episode historian Simon Schama treats, in his own erudite, unconventional and somewhat socially engaged style, a work of art from a great master. He concentrates not just on the art... See full summary »
Behind each bag of chips, can of beer, candy bar, or loaf of bread, lies a mega-industrial production line that brings each product to the masses. Introducing Food Factory, a mesmerizing peek behind the scenes of the weird and wonderful processes that produce everyone's favourite foods. From raw materials to finished products, Food Factory reveals in awe-inspiring detail how mass-produced favourites are really made. Put on a hardhat and get ready to meet the food! Written by
I have enjoyed watching and learning from the show, The Food Factory, and The Food Factory, USA, for quite some time. It is most interesting and it has sometimes influenced me in my food choices.
Unfortunately, the 2015 episodes with the new addition of the so-called 3-D effects when changing scenes, or camera angles, is very disturbing to watch. It certainly does not add to the program. I don't know how to describe how or why it is so bothersome, whether it's my eyes, my brain, or both, but I am sorry to say I can no longer watch this show or The Food Factory, USA.
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