World Egg Day
World Egg Day (officially, October the 14th, 2022) was created by the International Egg Commission (IEC) to help raise awareness of eggs as a natural ingredient that can provide high-quality protein with different benefits at an affordable cost and also provide livelihoods for many people involved in their production. It was first celebrated in 1996 and is now commemorated worldwide by the global egg industry. Today, a number of countries take part in World Egg Day by holding a wide range of events and activities. Free egg distribution, social media broadcasts for advertising and instruction, school carnivals, cooking competitions, and cooking demos are just a few examples. Each year, approximately 2,000 billion eggs are produced globally and eaten worldwide.
Eggs are an easy and efficient way to feed the body with the essential 13 different nutrients for a healthy lifestyle. People of all ages and stages of life, everywhere in the world, can benefit from a wide range of advantages thanks to its all-around goodness and benefits. The egg can help with children’s growth, physical strength support, and brain function enhancement. The egg has a wealth of nutritional advantages and is also one of the most economical and environmentally friendly animal sources of protein, supporting both families and the earth globally.
How do you celebrate World Egg Day?
Everyone does it in their own way, but here are some guidelines when it comes to celebrating everything to do with an egg.
- Enjoy eating foods that contain eggs, such as egg benedict for breakfast and eggs in a recipe for dessert.
- Decorate eggs with your family and utilize them in various ways.
- Interesting facts about egg.
- Get creative with eggs, using them in other ways than in cooking.
- Test your eggs’ freshness.