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Title Food for thought.

Published [N.S.W.] : Australian Broadcasting Corporation, [2003]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Store VID  641.3 FOOD  v.1    AVAILABLE
 UniM Store VID  641.3 FOOD  v.2    AVAILABLE
 UniM Store VID  641.3 FOOD  v.3    AVAILABLE
Physical description 3 videocassettes (VHS) (150 minutes) : sound, colour with black and white sequences ; 1/2 in.
1/2 in.
Notes Intended audience: Secondary school students.
Contents Tape 1. Ep.1 The quick fix : convenience foods (15 min.) -- ep.2 Food therapy : functional foods (15 min.) -- ep.3 Fats : friends or foes (15 min.) -- tape 2. ep.4 Wild tucker : Australia's indigenous food (15 min.) -- ep.5 Redesigning nature : gene technology (15 min.) -- ep.6 Eating green : environmentally friendly food (15 min.) -- tape 3. ep.7 Under cover : packaging food (15 min.) -- ep.8 Good enough to eat : developing food products (15 min.) -- ep.9 The hard sell : marketing food (15 min.) -- ep.10 At your service : food catering (15 min.)
Credits Writer/producer, Carolyn Jones, Ray Warren.
Performers Presenters, Alex Shepherd, David Roberts, Tim Morgan, Monique Potter, Chloe James.
Summary Explores the technology and science behind our food supply. Covers recent technological advances in food cultivation, processing, packaging and the latest nutritional and food handling advice. Also questions and challenges food industry practices, such as the use of non-recyclable packaging, marketing tactics, gene manipulation, the reliance on agricultural chemicals and the use of food additives.
Other author Jones, Carolyn.
Roberts, David.
Warren, Ray.
Morgan, Tim.
Shepherd, Alex.
Potter, Monique.
James, Chloe.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Subject Food -- Composition.
Food industry and trade -- Australia.
Nutrition -- Australia.