Illinois science, food and farm groups plan to hold a public screening of a widely-acclaimed documentary entitled "Food Evolution" on Tuesday, October 3rd in Chicago. The documentary probes debate over food grown using genetically modified organisms, or so-called GMOs. The movie's producer, Trace Sheehan, says the film has helped audiences around the country learn more about the food we eat;
The Illinois Farm Families program, Illinois Science Council, and the Chicago section of the Institute of Food Technologists will show the film at the Arclight Cinemas in the Windy City. It's expected to be available for wider distribution across the state in the coming months.