World Egg Day Web Site Launched

GLOBAL - A brand new World Egg Day web site has been launched. This year, World Egg Day will be celebrated on Friday 12 October, and the new multi-lingual website to help promote the benefits of eggs with consumers, health advisors and nutritionists all around the world.
calendar icon 14 September 2012
clock icon 3 minute read

Eggs have a vital role to play in feeding people in both developed and developing countries. They are an excellent, affordable source of high quality protein, that can be produced almost anywhere, making them a valuable food source to people right across the world.

International Egg Commission Chairman, Joanne Ivy, explained: “As an industry we feel very privileged to be producing a product that can benefit so many people; we have publicly pledged to work with food organisations and developing nations to help provide access to eggs for everyone. Now we need to raise awareness, so that people everywhere know how good eggs are for their health. This new World Egg Day website is part of our industry’s on-going work to spread the message internationally, educating people all around the world about the nutritional benefits of eating eggs.”

Globally, over 1 billion people are underfed and undernourished; the egg industry believes that it can truly make a difference and help to stop this. With the help of the IEC and international egg associations from around the world, the international egg industry has pledged to work with the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation, food organisations and developing nations to help to feed the world’s growing population, and make eggs available to everyone.

The new World Egg Day website is available in 10 languages: English, French, Spanish, Chinese, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Polish, Hindi and Russian.

You can access the site here.

Charlotte Johnson

© 2000 - 2024 - Global Ag Media. All Rights Reserved | No part of this site may be reproduced without permission.