A total of 12 organizations and organizations related to food and nutrition related health sciences have asked the government to reduce the VAT of 1% of the bread (integrated and fiber) by 10%, because "those who gather the best nutrients" and thus, diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular Contributes to avoid prolonged inexperienced diseases such as diseases.
Scientific report by John Cleese of Spain Association of Cereal Technician (AETC); And Nancy Babio and Jordy Salas-Salvado, a human nutrition unit of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the Rovira i Virgili University, all require the integration of Bread type 4%, Except for the addition of glucose and fats of any origin, except olive oil.
"This suggests a significant improvement in purchasing power Bread with high nutritious juiceIn addition, they are detailed that this step will allow these products to reach the most disadvantaged sections: "Spain is one of the EU countries where socioeconomic differences are more pronounced and, in this context, it should be noted that Ireland is united with the low inequality index The Kingdom applies 0% VAT on most food ".
Under the title In the bread & # 39; s fiscal policy, Spanish paradox ', the report states that long-standing inexperienced diseases are "closely related" in groups with long social, economic and educational resources. "In this context, low-income groups will have the most advantages of this reduction. The current situation of bread by focusing on public health is the real policies, as it clearly disappoints the consumption of bread. Nutritional interests should be improved as soon as possible," they Mourns.
Development of bread consumption in Spain It has a generalized downward tendency. According to these organizations, there are many factors that affect, but generally "with a healthy pattern of Mediterranean food, there is a deviation with social and media type". "This evolution is a part of a profound change in the pattern of consumption in the past 40 years, where meat products are more than recommendations, while decreasing cereals and derivatives, fruits, vegetables and pulses," explain
Title & # 39; Fiscal Policy in Bread, Spanish Conflict & # 39; Under the headline, the report states that chronic non-communicable diseases are "closely related" with fewer social, economic and educational resources.
Scientific reports are recognized by the Spanish Association of Cereal Technicians (AETC); Spanish Society of Arturoclerosis (SEA); Dietitian schools- Catalonia nutrients, Castilla y Leone, Mercia and Castilla la Mancha; Celac Association of Catalonia; Dietetics and Nutrition of the Spanish Scientific Society; The Catalan Society of Food and Diet; Center Catla de la Nutrrico De l'Institut de Estudus Catellans (CCENEC); Familiar i Comunitària (SSCC / CMFIC); And High Tech School of Agronomic, Food and Biosat Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
By: ECOticias.com / Network / Agencies
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