The International Egg Commission (IEC) has a varied work programme, designed to support egg businesses to develop and grow by fostering collaboration and sharing best practice.
Join the movement to double global egg consumption by 2032! Vision 365 is a 10-year plan launched by the IEC to unleash the full potential of eggs by developing the nutritional reputation of the egg on a global scale.Learn more about Vision 365
World Egg Day
World Egg Day was established by the IEC in 1996, as a global celebration of the benefits of eggs and their importance in human nutrition. The IEC continues to facilitate and amplify the World Egg Day message, providing a number of resources to support the industry.Find out more about World Egg Day
Young Egg Leaders (YEL)
Established to develop the next generation of egg industry leaders and support the continual growth of the global egg industry, the IEC Young Egg Leaders programme is a two-year bespoke personal development programme for young leaders in egg producing and processing companies.Find out more about the YEL Programme
Each year we celebrate the outstanding achievement of organisations and individuals from within the egg industry with awards for International Egg Person of the Year, Egg Products Company of the year, Golden Egg Award for Eggsellence in Marketing and the Vision 365 Egg Innovation Award.
The IEC is recognised by, and is actively engaged with, leading international and inter-governmental bodies, representing the egg industry at a global level.Learn more about our Industry Representation
Through our Avian Influenza Global Expert Group, the IEC showcases best practices in biosecurity, and raises awareness and understanding of the latest global developments in avian influenza vaccination and surveillance.Find out more
The egg is a nutrition powerhouse, containing most of the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants required by the body. The IEC shares ideas, resources and scientific research to support the global egg industry to develop their own nutritionally focused strategies and programmes.Find out more
Not only are eggs affordable, they are also environmentally sustainable, thanks to efficiencies made throughout the egg value chain. The IEC and its members are committed to continuing to improve the sustainability of eggs, making them the protein of choice around the world.Learn about our commitments