World Egg Day – get involved

First published: 10 October 2022

An image of brown and white eggs

Friday 14 October is your chance to raise the profile of British poultry farmers by celebrating World Egg Day. Find out how you can get involved and pay tribute to the versatility of the simple egg. 

The NFU Poultry Board is encouraging everyone to get involved and showcase the best of British poultry production. 

One way to help raise the profile of British poultry farmers and promote the nutritional benefits of the humble, tasty egg is to get involved in World Egg Day on the 14 October. This year’s theme is ‘eggs for a better life’ and aims to celebrate all the potential eggs have to offer, not just nutritionally but also for planetary health and people’s livelihoods too.

Last year thousands of NFU members and members of the public took to social media on World Egg Day to promote the benefits of eating eggs and we want to make this year's celebration bigger and better. The NFU will once again be supporting this year's World Egg Day on Friday 14 October by asking members to share their story of how they produce high quality British eggs. 

“When I was re-elected as the vice chair of the NFU’s national poultry board in March 2022 I said that British poultry production is among the best and most sustainable in the world and I am keen to continue sharing that story with the public.”

NFU Poultry Board vice chair Phill Crawley

Share your poultry pride 

Members can also download our selection of ready-made graphics and use them to share positive messages about the egg sector and make a cracking social media post. Alternatively, why not share your favourite egg dish on your social media? Don't forget to use the hashtag #WorldEggDay.

For more information on World Egg Day check out World Egg Day | Join in the Global Egg Celebrations (internationalegg.com)

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