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Natural Products Expo West 2010 to Host Featured Speaker: Robert Kenner, Director of Food, Inc.

Director Robert Kenner has won several awards and garnered rave reviews for his documentary work exposing some of today’s least talked of, but most impactful, social and environmental issues. Considered a craftsman of documentaries, Kenner is also a powerful public speaker on environmental, social, health, and political issues. His documentary, Food, Inc., was described by Variety as “a civil horror movie for the socially conscious, the nutritionally curious and the hungry…Food, Inc. does for the supermarket what Jaws did for the beach.”

Prior to his work on Food Inc., Kenner received a Peabody, Emmy, and Greirson Award for his film Two Days in October which blended archive footage and firsthand accounts of the lives of American’s during Vietnam. In addition to directing several specials for National Geographic and The American Experience, a filmed company history for Hewlett Packard, and numerous commercials for eBay and Hallmark, Kenner also worked with Martin Scorsese on The Road to Memphis, a documentary of The Blues featuring interviews with legendary blues guitarist B.B. King.

Robert will be speaking on Thursday, March 11, 11:00 – 12:00 am PST Level 3, Grand Ballroom

Click here for a list of all education sessions.

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Registration is FREE for qualified retail buyers, brokers and distributors until February 5, 2010, but if you register by October 30, using promo code NFMWest you will be entered into a drawing to win a $50 VISA gift card.*

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*Winners will need to pick up their gift card onsite March 11-14, 2010 at Natural Products Expo West

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