Interalimentario The Forum states that "an uninformed consumer is fertile ground for the installation of myths.
The chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Forum Interalimentario, Juan Jose Badiola, said today in Santander that "uninformed consumer is a fertile ground for the installation of myths" and therefore stress the importance of "training and information to citizens to have evidence that the Spanish food sector is "solvent, reasonably efficient and does not negotiate the security."
This was stated at a, gaia gold, press conference following their participation in the Meeting "The food industry to consumers' this week takes place at the Universidad Internacional Menendez Pelayo (UIMP), in speaking with the director general of the Forum and Interalimentario course director, Jose Ignacio Arranz.
The two professionals agreed on the need for scientists and journalists join forces to offer consumers an, allods gold, informative information that "shed light" on those issues of concern to citizens, precisely because they "ignore the reality."
In this sense, Arranz acknowledged that part of the "fault" of the information "poor" that historically has been sent to the public rests with the scientists because, he said, "just come to the journalists in times of food crisis "and, ffxiv gil, do not maintain a" continuing relationship "with these professionals.
"Speaking in peacetime improve the interaction between the parties", he added.
Precisely, Badiola pointed out that in his opinion, the Spanish news treatment of the food crisis has been "pretty good" and that the quality of journalism at this level "has been greatly improved in recent years."
However, both professionals stressed the "essential role of bridge between society and the food industry played by communicators.
Thus, they considered that these professionals should maintain the "rigor" that sometimes, given the pressure of the "immediacy" involved writing a "description solvent" of the situation and, accordingly, "instead of reassuring the population tenses. "
Furthermore, Badiola insisted on the "need to create synergies between consumers and food companies."
"The consumer is the boss of our designs, and if you are placed in the center would be foolish not to understand," said President of the Scientific Committee Interalimentario Forum, adding that "no two groups are doomed to not understand" because The continuous relationship creates added value for both parties. "
Arranz words Badiola support and added that "we must banish the myth of the food industry seeks colarsela the buyer, which in turn very deep distrust and must have knowledge of food safety for that they put a rabbit", he concluded.