Integral and multi-electric mold breads are healthier than white mold bread, but also more expensive, in addition to being more caloric than traditional bar bread.
This is concluded by an analysis that the Organization of Consumers and Users (OCU) has made 12 white mold loaves with cortexes, 12 integral and 10 multicherents to compare the quality of mold loaves for sale in the main supermarkets as well as their Nutritional contribution, hygiene, texture, homogeneity of slices, the tendency to be enunciated and labeling, as required in a statement.
In parallel, he has studied his sales prices and a dozen trained tastings has performed a tasting and among the main conclusions of the investigation highlights the greatest fiber contribution of integral and multi-pending bread, which, according to OCU, "usually bends" the From white bread as a result of the use of complete grain integral flour as the main ingredient and the addition of bran that makes some brands, a question that, in his opinion, "invites to prioritize this type of bread".
Likewise, he stressed that, although in the multicherent bread, the contribution of fat is "superior" to the rest, as they are polyunsaturated fats that come from the seeds and cereals added are considered "healthy".
In front of the bar bread, the mold bread is "slightly" more calorie because it contains "a little more" of sugar and fat from the sunflower oil that is added, although some incorporate olive oil. However, according to the analysis of OCU, that difference "hardly" reaches 20 kilocalories / 100 grams, or, which is the same, 1% of daily caloric intake.
On the contrary, the mold bread contains "a little less" salt, especially the white mold bread, and holds more cool time.
As regards the price, according to OCU investigation, it is usually higher in the comprehensive and multicereal breads, standing at 2.00 euros / kilo and 3.02 euros / kilo respectively, compared to 1.62 euros / kilo of the White mold bread. However, he cited as "exceptions" the integral bread the basket, of LIDL, which costs 1.09 euros / kilo and the Multi-Aldi bread, for sale by 2.04 euros / kilo, products that, in addition, They stand out for their good value for money and their good results in tasting.
Regarding conservation, OCU recommended keeping the mold bread in a fresh and dry buttock, but not in the fridge, since the cold "spoils" its texture, and pointed out that, in this way, it can be consumed even once over. Its preferential consumption date, which is around 15 days from the time of purchase.Updated Date: 08 October 2021, 15:31