It’s no secret that many of us at MNN were impressed by last year’s Food, Inc. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was impressed, too, and nominated the film for the most prestigious of film awards — an Oscar.

If you haven’t seen the film yet, you should. I’m excited that this film is getting the recognition it deserves. I'm also excited because many people who wouldn’t have watched it before will watch it now because it's up for an Oscar. Maybe some of those people will take the movie’s message to heart.

I’ve compiled a list of MNN’s coverage of Food, Inc. to help jog your memory about this film that has made so many of us "never look at dinner the same way again."

Just in case you’re wondering, Food, Inc. is up against the films Burma VJ, The Cove, The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers, and Which Way Home. 

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