A glass of fresh orange juice in the morning is a symbol of an excellent start to the day for many of us. This delicious drink is popular everywhere in the world, including France. The documentary film by Meriem Lay asks whether there isn’t a much more acidic reality behind television adds depicting farmers literally smooching their sun-kissed oranges. The film focuses on the issue of health, manual labour practices, intensive agriculture and pesticide usage during production. Pressed, concentrated, frozen or dehydrated: is orange juice really that delicious after travelling 12,000 km?

Look at a trailer of this French documentary film:

Would you like to screen this full film at your school?  

Are you are a teacher or a student from the We Eat Responsibly project country? If so, please send an email to your national coordinator to get the link for the movie. In case you are from any other country, don´t hesitate to contact us at we.eat.responsibly@gmail.com and we will gladly send you a link for free as well!