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Touched by their teenage son's battle with a foodborne superbug, filmmakers Jeff & Jennifer Spitz document their family's struggle to raise backyard chickens, grow food, and transform into Food Patriots. Food Patriots features people from all walks of life who are trying to change the way Americans eat and buy food, and educate the next generation of consumers.

Latest Blog Posts
Food Patriots is the “Food Movie for Everyone”

Food Patriots was reviewed by DietsInReview.com as the “Food Movie for Everyone.” Food Patriots is the food movie for people who aren’t in to food movies. It takes a simple, non-preachy approach to the topic at hand; which is ultimately … Continue reading

General-groundswell-newsletter-strip2 Our Doc Film has a Billion Dollar Impact, Plus Thousands Inspired to Become Food Patriots

At Groundswell Films we create powerful art, in-person experiences, well-told stories and amplify it all through digital and social media. We’re funny at times, but we are persistent, and engage deeply in the advocacy around our films. If you believe … Continue reading

asdf2 Photos from Prosser Career Academy’s Community Garden Event

Lindsay Shifley, a Food Patriots volunteer and Food Revolution Ambassador had this to say about the Prosser Career Academy screening and conversation on March 7th, in Chicago IL. i attended a prosser career academy high school foot patriots screening on friday! over 200 … Continue reading

prosser Biology Teacher: “Food Patriots is An Amazing Resource for Science Teachers!”

Many science teachers at Prosser try to teach about the natural world through a lens of individual health, social justice and global environmental issues. Seeing human interactions with the natural world through this perspective can be compelling, but often the negative messages of human encroachment is somewhat overwhelming for our students. Continue reading

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