In JUST EAT IT, filmmakers and food lovers Jen and Grant dive into the issue of food waste from farm, through retail, all the way to the back of their own fridge.

[NOTE: JUST EAT IT is currently available for campus and campus-wide screenings, and not off-campus community screenings. It is available for home-use house parties.]

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"Hugely entertaining...Will leave audiences gobsmacked...have drawn attention to an important, overlooked issue."
Maggie Lee, Variety

"Offers unsettling statistics – for example, the water required to produce one hamburger is the equivalent of a 90-minute shower – along with striking visuals – a field full of wasted celery stalks, a dumpster filled to the brim with containers of not-yet-expired hummus. After watching, you might just rethink going out to eat while those leftovers sit in the fridge another day."
Science Magazine


"Welcoming and highly accessible...This film adopts an experimental and inclusive tone that makes one feel empowered and inspired...It can only be hoped that this educational, entertaining, and potentially life-changing film will reach a wide audience, for if it does, a revolution in the way we eat surely is inevitable."
Talia C., The Arts Guild


"Just Eat It is funny, thought provoking, and is bound to steer the ship in the next wave of environmental consciousness, one best-before date at a time."
Montana Cumming, Link Magazine

 

 

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