Who knew that chicken farming could be as dramatic as an episode of . The original documentary series by Netflix Rotten is one of the newer insights into corruption in the food industry. Each episode (six in total) involves a different type of food and includes farmers, fishermen, doctors and scientists. These experts tell us about fraud, crime and power struggles behind food such as honey, fish and raw milk. After you For example, as Chinese prisoners peel garlic in the episode "Garlic Breath," you never want to buy pre-peeled garlic again.
No, it's not glamorous. The point here is to be aware of which way to take food from agriculture, agriculture and fishing to the shelves of grocery stores. The unique feature of Rotten is that you meet some heroes in addition to the villains – people who only try their best to feed the land. (If corruption in the food industry sounds "far away", read about the fraud in the sugar industry that makes us all hate fat.)