The documentary, with a reviewer's perspective, was very good. Fresh did a great job at making you think about where our food actually comes from, but provided a twist on how great our food can actually be. It focused on how easy it was and how profitable this new age of farming could be, which would seem appealing to farmers, but also incorporated the Will Allen segment that pushed the idea of healthy eating and growing of food into our heads. More specifically, it made a point of how easy it could be for the non-farmer demographic. The documentary did a good job of touching on all bases.
A possible topic that came up in the documentary was the possibility of creating more and more resistant bacteria that cause diseases. Before this documentary I was aware that bacteria could evolve to become a "super bacteria" that can develop to be resistant to antibiotics , but have never really thought of the possibility of the bacteria being present in our food and, eventually, reaching us. Upon further research, I learned that the link between bacteria becoming more resistant to antibiotics and us becoming sick because of the bacteria in meat has yet to be determined. However, it does not mean that this resistant bacteria has not gone away completely and we can not get sick because of it in the future. It exists and is only going to become more and more resistant over time in the monocultures of livestock that they thrive in. Once that happens, we're unsure if the medical field will be able to produce antibiotics fast enough or strong enough that could potentially counteract these super strands of bacteria.