ROTTEN: Garlic Breath (Film Screening & Discussion)

ROTTEN: Garlic Breath (Film Screening & Discussion)

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Is the food we consume safe to eat? As more and more of the food industry become globalized, that question becomes more and more important. Christine Haughney, who now writes for Politico, created the six-part Netflix series ROTTEN which began airing in January 2018. In this special event she presents one episode from the series called GARLIC BREATH. Rotten explores global food safety and gives food the true crime treatment, diving deep into the food production underworld.
Christine Haughney is a reporter and editor of the Morning Agriculture newsletter. She most recently oversaw investigations for the television production company Zero Point Zero where she developed a web series about crimes in the food world that has been purchased by Netflix and began streaming on the network as Rotten in early January 2018.

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Date: June 21, 2018
Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm

Larchmont Public Library
121 Larchmont Avenue
Larchmont, New York 10538
Geoff Colquitt

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