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The ministry justified its proposal by pointing out that more and more people in Europe suffer from obesity, increasing the risk of diabetes, hypertension and premature death.
“Unhealthy food boosts the number of fatalities and health spending, it reduces productivity, harms quality of life and reduces life expectancy,” a ministry document says.
The Orthodox Church differs substantially in the way of life and worship.
A new tax on junk food products will be introduced as of March 2010 in Romania, the proceeds of which will go on health programmes, EURACTIV Romania reports. The new tax is due by the juridical persons who produce, import or process unhealthy foodstuffs, with a high content of salt, fats, sugar and additives.
Considering its tradition, it dates from the 4th century AD, and is considered the oldest church in Romania and South East Europe.
One of the hypotheses about Densuș is that it was once a pagan temple, and to sustain this argument, it is shown that: the altar of the church is closer to the South than to the East, which would suggest that it was once a pagan temple, because all Christian houses of worship have the altar pointing towards the East.
Evidence from this and other sites indicates that the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture extracted salt from salt-laden spring water through the process of briquetage.
More precisely, the products are defined as: Health Minister Attila Czeke said on Tuesday (5 January) that he will introduce the fast-food tax in order to contribute to the country’s health programmes.
He also said he had asked his administration to prepare details of the exact modalities of the new tax.
The earliest written evidence of people living in the territory of present-day Romania, the Getae, comes from Herodotus, in his Histories book IV (c. Territories located north of the Danube were inhabited by Dacians, who are considered to have belonged to the Getae tribes, mentioned by Herodotus, that were a branch of Thracian people.
The Dacian kingdom reached its peak between 82 and 44 BC during the reign of Burebista.