Just Eat It
A Food Waste Story

Just Eat It - A Food Waste Story
Show More

Comments (18)

Anonymous picture

This video follows food lovers Jen and Grant as they cover the issue of food waste. Including farms, retail and right at home. The idea of food waste is not always your first thought when you start thinking of sustainable ways to help our future. Within the first few minutes the video starts ...Read more

Anonymous picture

In a modern world that experiences poverty, hunger and malnourishment on a massive scale every single day, it is very sad to think about how much food is thrown away by families, restaurants, farms and grocery stores. To specify, a good portion of this food is not expired, spoiled, rotten or ...Read more

Anonymous picture

In the movie Just Eat It by Grant Baldwin and Jen Rustemeyer, it follows the two as they take on a challenge to show how bad food waste is. They set a goal for six months to be able to only eat food waste, more specifically food that is being thrown out by grocery stores and other places that ...Read more

Anonymous picture

The documentary, “Just Eat It”, follows a Canadian couple, Grant and Jen, as they attempt to go six months without buying any ‘new’ food. They are only allowed to buy things that have already expired or been thrown out and they are also allowed to eat meals that friends and family have ...Read more

Anonymous picture

Just Eat It is a movie that is concerned with food waste in places such as Europe and North America. The documentary follow a couple who
decides to live off only scrapped foods for six months. A lot of the food that they found was thrown away by grocery stores and was also in perfectly ...Read more

Anonymous picture

In Just Eat It, a couple challenged themselves to eat only food waste, whether that be the food that going to be taken off the shelves in grocery stores, or food that had already been thrown out. The purpose of this challenge was to explore how much food is actually wasted, most of which is ...Read more

Anonymous picture

The documentary, Just Eat It: The Food Waste Story, draws attention to the disgusting truth behind food waste in America. The documentary off by restating the fact that 40% of the food produced is wasted. The filmmakers Jen and Grant take this fact as a challenge to show the world the truth ...Read more

Anonymous picture

The documentary, Just Eat It, follows the story of a couple, Jen and Grant, taking on a 6 month challenge to only consume food waste and not purchase anything new. The challenge entails only consuming food that has been deemed as “bad”, “unfit for the consumers’ aesthetic”, or that was simply ...Read more

Anonymous picture

The documentary, Just Eat It, follows the journey of Jen and Grant as they pledge to only eat food waste for six months. They are committed to only eating food that others are going to throw away or food that has already been thrown away. During this time period, Jen and Grant do a lot of ...Read more

Anonymous picture

For some, food can be more than just a means to nourish oneself, but a way to connect with others or connect to a certain culture. While these attitudes have shaped the way we bond with others, they have also resulted in an exorbitant amount of food waste. Filmmaker Grant Baldwin and ...Read more

Anonymous picture

The documentary, Just Eat It, argues that valuable food is being wasted for no reason. This movie allows viewers to see how much food was wasted on the fields, and factories, and stores, and homes. The problem is so widespread, making it tricky because there’s not just one fix to the ...Read more

Anonymous picture

The movie, Just Eat It follows a couple (Jen and Grant) who took a six-month challenge of only eating food waste or food that was going to be culled off the shelves of super markets. Both Jen and Grant are very humbled by this experience, and plan to continue to look for food they know will ...Read more

Anonymous picture

Directed by Grant Baldwin, Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story is a documentary about food waste. The purpose of this documentary is to show the impact on food waste and that it is everywhere around us. To support this thesis, not only do we get facts and information through ...Read more

Anonymous picture

Just Eat It documents the journey of a Canadian couple who pledge to survive six months living solely off of food that is going to be (or is) thrown away. They roam the streets, ask irritated grocers for food recently taken off the shelf, and dive into dumpsters with flashlights in the dark ...Read more

Anonymous picture

The anti-food waste movie, Just Eat It, follows a couple who takes on the challenge of only eating food they find in dumpsters or culled food in stores for six months. The couple, who is comprised of the director of the film and his wife, dumpster dive and pay for food in the store that was ...Read more

Anonymous picture
ching yee

What an eye opener to the food wastage issue and culture...And somehow, in our society, sometimes we get second looks when we don’t waste food by having leftovers packed up, or accepting perfectly wonderful food that will otherwise go to the dumpster if it’s not eaten! This is a must (and ...Read more

Anonymous picture

the whiney privilege these ppl exhibit is disgusting omg are they for real???

Anonymous picture

I feel like I've been throwing away my money by purchasing food al this time ^ ^".

I loved the pictures of the dishes they prepared :3

Related videos

Food Choices - How Our Diet Affects the Environment
This is a different kind of movie about food. Unlike several other documentaries of the genre that often focus on singular aspects and issues related to food, this feature length film takes a broader look and explores the impact that our food choices have not only on our own health,…
Slow Food Revolution
Speed - the obsession of the modern world - is determining what people should eat and how. Traditional foods are at risk of disappearing forever. An international eco-gastronomic movement known as Slow Food champions the protection of traditional culture, the environment and biodiversity while encouraging regional production, food education and…
Super Size Me - The Fast-Food Industry in America
Oscar-nominated director Morgan Spurlock's social experiment in fast-food gastronomy sees him attempting to subsist uniquely on food from the McDonald's menu for an entire month. In the process his weight balloons, his energy level plummets and he experiences all sorts of unexpected -- and terrifying -- side effects. He also…
Nourish: Food + Community - Food Choices and the Global Impact
What's the story of our food? Where did it come from and how did it get to us? What is the impact of the food choices we make? Nourish vividly illustrates how what we choose to eat - individually and as a society - has an effect around the world,…
Feeding Frenzy - The Food Industry, Obesity and the Creation of a Health Crisis
Part of the Series: MEF Debt & Consumerism Collection
Over the past three decades, obesity rates in the U.S. have more than doubled for children and tripled for adolescents -- and a startling 70% of adults are now obese or overweight. The result has been a widening epidemic of obesity-related health problems, including coronary heart disease, high blood pressure,…
The Trouble with Chicken
Part of the Series: Frontline
As FRONTLINE reveals in The Trouble with Chicken, many of today's inspection practices are rooted in laws passed more than a century ago. Inspectors test less than one bird a day, even in plants that process hundreds of thousands daily. That testing doesn't measure the amount of salmonella found or…
Sugar Coated - Investigating PR Tactics Implemented by the Food Industry
Sugar Coated examines the various public relations tactics that the food industry has employed over the years to beat back accelerating concerns about the toxicity of sugar. Its starting point is a secret PR campaign the industry devised in the 1970s to deflect attention away from developing health concerns about…
Food Beware: The French Organic Revolution
For the first time ever, our children are growing up less healthy than we are. As the rate of cancer, infertility and other illnesses linked to environmental factors climbs ever upward each year, we must ask ourselves: why is this happening? Food Beware begins with a visit to a small…
Fresh - Sustainable Food Production in America
Our current industrial method of food production is increasingly viewed as an unsustainable system, destructive to the environment and public health. But what is the alternative? Fresh profiles the farmers, thinkers, and business people across the nation who are at the forefront of re-inventing food production in America. With a…
In Organic We Trust - Understanding Organic Food
"Most Americans now purchase organic food in some form, but don't know what "organic" really means. In Organic We Trust follows filmmaker Kip Pastor on a journey to answer the essential questions about organic: What exactly is certified organic? Is it really better for us, or just marketing hype? Is…
Tomorrow - Grassroots Solutions to Human Extinction
Faced with a sense of powerlessness in the face of growing evidence of a coming mass human extinction, Melanie Laurent (Inglorious Bastards) and activist Cyril Dion travel to ten countries where grassroots pioneers are reinventing their economies and democracies. From Detroit, where urban farms have transformed a dying city, to…
The Gateway Bug - Feeding Humanity in an Uncertian Age
Over 2 billion people on earth eat insects for protein. THE GATEWAY BUG explores how changing daily eating habits can feed humanity in an uncertain age, one meal at a time. Winner at the American Conservation Film Festival. Official Selection at San Francisco DocFest.