By: Judy Shields
Los Angeles, California (The Hollywood Times) 2/5/2019 – “My hope is that you can watch a film like this and look at LA in a different way. To step back and look at it as a garden paradise and then realize that the miracle of LA is the 12-month growing season and the incredible ground that is here. We have the opportunity to reconnect with the earth and with the ground and remember that our food comes out of the ground and not the supermarket. It’s a wonderful thing to remember. ” Raphael Sbarge, Executive Producer of LA Foodways told The Hollywood Times.
This is a wonderful and eye-opening documentary about food waste. It will definitely change your daily use of food, believe me! Don’t miss this informative documentary tomorrow night on KCET – Wednesday, Feb. 6, 8:00 PM PT – KCET-HD
L.A. was the largest agricultural center in the country up until about 1950. Before it was known as the epicenter of celebrity culture, Los Angeles was a farm town – and not just any old farm town.
source: The Hollywood Times
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