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Source:  PEOPLE

Thirteen years after his documentary, “Super Size Me,” started a national conversation about the health risks of the fast food industry, Morgan Spurlock is ready to take it on again in “Super Size Me 2.

This time, Spurlock is going behind-the-scenes of the chicken industry as he atempts to open his own fast food restaurant, uncovering the unsavory details that go into a successful one.

Spurlock, 48, goes after fast food restaurants that tout food as “healthy” and “organic” while still using some of the same practices that the industry has been using for decades.

From acquiring his own chicken ranch to finding the right location, Spurlock attempts to create a fast food restaurant where consumers aren’t deceived about what exactly goes on behind the counter.

“Super Size Me 2” arrives in theaters on September 13.

Read the story at PEOPLE.

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