Real Food: The Cost of Convenience DVD

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Grades 6 and up.

What do you buy most in a supermarket? Hint: it’s not food. Most of your dollars are spent for slicing, dicing, portioning, and packaging. In short, you pay for convenience. But are those few saved moments worth the cost? Real Food illustrates how much we pay - in dollars and nutrition - when we buy processed foods. Using compelling and memorable examples, viewers will learn how buying local products, fresh ingredients, and raw foods will impact their health as well as their wallets. Learn what you’re really paying for at the supermarket, which foods are the most processed, the trade off between convenience and freedom, and much more. 24 minutes. Copyright 2008.

Item Weight: 0.31
Brand: Learning Seed
Prop 65:
Age: 11 yrs. - 18 yrs.
Career & Technical Education: Human Services
Collections: Career & Technical Education
Grade: 6 - 12
School Type: Middle School, High School
Subject Areas: Financial Literacy, Human Services


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