World Egg Day History
World Egg Day is an annual global event that seeks to promote the consumption of eggs and raise awareness about their nutritional benefits. This Observance highlights the importance of eggs in providing a high-quality source of protein, essential vitamins, and minerals for a well-balanced diet. Additionally, the event focuses on sustainable farming practices and the contribution of the egg industry to local economies.
In 1996, the International Egg Commission (IEC) established World Egg Day, which has since spread to numerous countries, including Australia. For Australians, the observance carries significance due to the country's robust egg industry, with over 21 million eggs produced daily to meet the demand of local consumers. Eggs are a vital part of the Australian diet, and the event serves as an opportunity to showcase the industry's commitment to sustainable practices, animal welfare, and food safety.
World Egg Day in Australia is typically marked by various activities and events, such as egg-cooking demonstrations, farmer's market promotions, and educational events at schools promoting proper nutrition. Local egg producers, retailers, and industry associations often collaborate to create informative campaigns and social media initiatives to actively engage the public. While World Egg Day is celebrated on the second Friday of October globally, Australians join other nations in observing this day to emphasize the importance of eggs and their contributions to a healthy lifestyle and the local economy.
Top Tweets for World Egg Day -Updated
World Egg Day facts
In the News and Trending in Australia for World Egg DayUpdated world (golden) egg day giveaway | PREMINT
premint.xyzWorld Egg Day - What the Egg Industry Doesn’t Want You to Know
veganfta.comWorld Egg Day: Stonegate CEO extols the benefits of the humble egg
farminguk.comWorld Egg Day: Poultry association donates eggs to 600 pupils in Jos - Peoples Gazette
Top things to do in Australia for World Egg Day
World Egg Day references and related siteswww.internationalegg.com: World Egg Day