Global egg industry adopts formal position on antimicrobial resistance

26th September 2018

The global egg industry formally endorsed the following statement on the industry’s use of antimicrobials during the Global Leadership Conference of the International Egg Commission which took place in Kyoto from 9th to 13th September.

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IEC members can now download their digital copy of the IEC’s latest Special Economic Report

21st September 2018

China, India, Japan – the three leading countries in Asia's egg industry, compiled by IEC Statistical Analyst, Professor Hans-Wilhelm Windhorst.

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New IEC Positions Announced

21st September 2018

New roles and appointments were announced at the 2018 General Assembly of the IEC, held in Kyoto, Japan.

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IEC's Annual Awards Presented at IEC Kyoto 2018

21st September 2018

Congratulations go out to the 2018 egg industry award winners.

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Egg Industry Announces Commitment to United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals

12th September 2018

Today in Kyoto, the World Egg Organisation (WEO) announced the global egg industry’s pledge to work in partnership with the United Nations, to fulfil its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Countdown to IEC Kyoto 2018

7th September 2018

IEC Global Leadership Conference: Kyoto 2018

9-13 September

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Japan Travel Information

5th September 2018

7th September Update - Osaka Kansai airport has partially reopened for some domestic flights.

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Shining a spotlight on sustainability

9th August 2018

Sustainability remains a hugely significant issue for all global businesses.

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New Report on the 'Dynamics and patterns of the egg industry in APEC member countries'

20th July 2018

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) was established in November 1989 in Canberra, Australia.

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Adding our Voice to the Global Call to End Forced Labour

20th July 2018

Think for just a moment about the challenges facing global agriculture and our food system over the coming decades, and you’ll realize—we have a lot of work to do.

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