IEC News

World Egg Day 2016 - The day the humble egg triumphed!

5th January 2017

We are delighted to report that the 21st World Egg Day was by far the most successful event on record.

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Avian Influenza Disease Alerts

21st December 2016

The threat to commercial poultry from avian influenza continues to be very serious across Europe, as well as many other parts of the world.

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Impact of digital media on food purchasing

21st December 2016

Dr David Bosshart shares his vision for the future of the egg market, specifically focusing on the impact of digital media on food purchasing.

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Sustainability in global food trends: Listening to and working in partnership with your customer

21st December 2016

Bob Langert, former VP of Sustainability at McDonalds shares his experience of brand protection and meeting customer demands amid fear and pressure.

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Leadership: People are the future

21st December 2016

At the IEC Global Leadership Conference in September Prof Dr Manfred Winterheller gave a Leadership Lecture sharing key points on the importance of people in business.

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Industry Case Studies: How to increase egg consumption

21st December 2016

Here we present two successful industry case studies from China and Colombia that focus on increasing egg consumption by understanding your consumer.

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Global Roundtable for Sustainable Eggs (GRSE) Update

20th December 2016

This strategic forum is responsible for facilitating an ongoing global dialogue relating to egg sustainability.

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Egg processing updates from around the world

20th December 2016

Updates from IEC Members in China, Pakistan, and overviews from Europe, Latin America and North America

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Addressing the risk of Avian Influenza

20th December 2016

As part of their continued response to the threat posed by Avian Influenza, the AI Expert Group met at the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE) headquarters in Paris on the 2nd September 2016.

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Biosecurity checklist

9th December 2016

Top level biosecurity is critical for the European egg Industry. The Avian Influenza (AI) situation in the wild bird population in large parts of Europe is currently at a very serious level. Top level biosecurity, increased surveillance and extreme vigilance are needed to protect the commercial egg industry from infection. H5N8 is being detected in multiple countries in wild birds.

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