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American Egg Board Celebrates World Egg Day 2018

World Egg Day 2018 focuses on eggs as a sustainable source of high-quality protein—A Protein For Life

The American Egg Board (AEB) is highlighting the U.S. egg industry's commitment to sustainable nutrition on World Egg Day, October 12, under the global campaign theme "Protein for Life."

"Protein for Life" refers to the quality of nutrition that eggs provide and the continuous improvement made by egg farmers to reduce the impact of egg production on the environment and resources like land and water.

"America's egg farmers take their dual responsibilities of providing nutritious food and...

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Oct 11 9:18 AM, General News



U.S. Egg Industry Advances Trade with Motivated International Buyers

American Egg Board supports export opportunities in key Caribbean markets and Mexico 

CHICAGO, Ill., – In conjunction with the 22nd Americas Food and Beverage Show (AFB) this week in Miami, the American Egg Board (AEB), the research, education and promotion arm of the U.S. egg industry, is highlighting the business benefits of U.S. eggs and egg products to an international audience to further support American egg producers’ export efforts. The AFB show will welcome over 11,000 decision-making buyers from 94 countries, offering a comprehensive seminar schedule on industry trend topics and an exhibition hall with 400 booths. U.S. egg suppliers will be able to strengthen their global connections and tap new markets.

In addition to sponsoring a booth and educational trend session at the AFB show, AEB and partner organization, the USA Poultry and Egg Export Council (USAPEEC), are hosting 20 key egg buyers from the Caribbean and Mexico to provide top-notch ...

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Sep 19 10:11 AM, General News


Egg Industry Prepares for Hurricane Florence

A message from the American Egg Board Regarding a Hurricane Florence Response Plan

Dear members of the U.S. egg industry and friends,

As you may be aware, the Mid-Atlantic States are bracing for Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 storm forecasted to make landfall this Thursday. The Carolinas are expected to be particularly hard-hit.

In accordance with our agreement last year, the AEB has been working closely with our disaster relief partner, Tyson Foods, to prepare for a potential crisis situation in the storm’s aftermath.

Based on current predictions, Tyson expects to deploy its Meals that Matter response team as the storm moves inland to manage on-site relief operations in affected  ...

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Sep 12 11:33 AM, General News




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