Spanish State Edition On 4, 5 and 6 March 2011 Feria Valencia took on a greener hue. Presented the second edition of BioCultura, the fair of organic products and responsible consumption. And it is that success and reception of the first edition have made possible a new encounter of this initiative qualified as the most important bio products exhibition of the Spanish State. In BioCultura, professionals from different sectors such as food, cosmetics, renewable energy, clothing and footwear, therapies etc come to the consumer to to publicize their products, always respectful with the environment, and at the same time show them values and responsible habits which, subsequently, influencing their purchasing decisions when it comes to opt for a more harmonious lifestyle to your needs. In the different stands that encompasses BioCultura, customers could also try different foods or buy them directly from the producer thereof. So simple and without intermediaries. Try milk natural soy, cheese, shakes of cereals, cold meats, fruit juices, (all of them coming from organic production) or even experience the benefits of a massage performed by a professional were some of the options offered by BioCultura Valencia showcases. An edit, without a doubt, marked by success and the great affluence of public with respect to the previous edition. More than 100 exhibitors and nearly 15,000 visitors were satisfied with the second edition of this ecological festival marked by an objective clear: poteciar the purchase of these products, since, despite the fact that Spain stands as the first European country to surface dedicated to this type of crop, stays in the last positions in what their consumption refers.
Consumerism Increasingly more economic scenarios presented a wide variety of products, many of them unnecessary, but already have a cattle market because you've conquered many consumers that have anchored in artificial needs at a very large cost to get rid of that dependence. Where will the consumerism lead us? What are its effects, impact, reach? What is it being done to control it? Do you consider of a too consumerist person? What is doing to control their impulses of purchases, often unnecessary products? what impact originated in relation to the behavior of the consumer consumerism?, these are some questions that should be analyzed according to evaluate what is the current reality of consumerism. In the case of Venezuela, it is alarming to see how consumerism as it has taken root across the country, conllevado to unleash many social problems, giving way to insecurity, increase increasingly given to the great number of assaults, robberies, murders either to steal from people some of their belongings that many can not buy, like cars, cell phones, clothing. Wikipedia reminds us that consumerism starts its development and growth throughout the 20th century as a direct result of capitalism and the associated marketing; the latter has as one of its objectives create new needs in consumer mode of increasing sales of products. Consumerism has mainly developed in the Western world by making popular the social anthropological term consumer society, which refers to the massive consumption of products and services for a given society Ricardo Natalichio gives us on the subject that will keep in mind, that consumption is a word that derives from the latin: cosumere and whose meaning is spending or destroy. Once something has been consumed, whatever the product, understanding by consuming the fact spending or destroy to meet needs or desires, that something will...

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