A Japanese Film People Protecting Food Safety
A Japanese Film with a
Huge Impact on the American Food Supply. The Japanese government owns the largest grain distribution center in the world. It is based in Convent, Louisiana, USA.
No other market, not even the
American mothers, is as intricately connected to the American agriculture system as the Japanese.
November 3, 7 pm ET
(Duration time: 103 minutes)
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We are thrilled to present the Japanese film “People Protecting Food Safety,” produced by Masahiko Yamada, a lawyer and former Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, in collaboration with director Masaki Haramura.
This film was produced with the support of Moms Across America’s director Zen Honeycut, connecting many American experts such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a lawyer who sued Monsanto, Dwayne “Lee” Johnson, a plaintiff who won his lawsuit against Monsanto, a scientist Ignacio Chapera Professor, University of California, Berkeley, and Montana farmer Roy Benjamin and family.
Watch the trailer