Interestingly enough, I also received this email this week:
Dear "Food Inc." Fan,
Thank you for going to see Food Inc. and for signing the Hungry for Change petition. As official partners of the film, Slow Food USA is thrilled to see the food movement gaining so much momentum.
We invite you to continue building that momentum by helping America's schools serve healthier food for lunch.
More than 31 million children participate in the National School Lunch Program. Helping schools serve more fruits and vegetables and fewer processed foods may be the most promising way to end child obesity and teach good health -- but it simply can't happen unless Congress passes a strong Child Nutrition Act later this month..
Since you signed the Food Inc. petition and chose to receive information from the film's partners, we'll keep you updated on ways to get involved with our Time for Lunch campaign and Slow Food USA. You can also opt out of future emails by clicking the unsubscribe link below.
We appreciate your support.
Slow Food USA and the Time for Lunch campaign team
I have to say that I'm pretty excited that all this is taking place... that there are a few people shouting from the rooftops. I know I'm not the only one listening and doing a little happy dance because someone is actually up there and carrying on about this issue. The thought that someday I might have kids that will be sent off to school and be faced with seriously unhealthy cafeteria food is a little frightening to me. My hope is that movements like this will really begin to take hold and make a difference, not just for my own theoretical children that might exists someday, but for the rest of the folks out there too.
Anyway, enough words... here's the talk. Enjoy.