12,000 years ago people began planting seeds and growing food, and from it, society was born. 5,000 kinds of potatoes were cultivated worldwide and 7,000 varieties of apples. This is the way it was for thousands of years, according to Deborah Koons Garcia’s documentary, The Future of Food.

But in the last 100 years, 97% of the varieties of fruits and vegetables grown are now extinct.

Now only 4 kinds of potatoes of commonly grown worldwide.

What happened to cause such a significant loss?

And how does this affect the health and well-being of your family today?

Watch this brief, 10 minute video introduction to get answers to questions you wouldn’t even know to ask:

– Why is some corn labeled as an insecticide?

– Why was the patenting of seeds and produce deliberately prohibited by our founding fathers?

– How was the nerve gas during WW2 modified to make insecticides used on our crops?

– What led to the death of 1,000,000 people in the Irish famine?

Watch this preview to the critically acclaimed, groundbreaking documentary, The Future of Food, and learn what you should do to protect you and your loved ones


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