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Founding member of the:

The Global Egg Market Ben Dellaert Chairman International Egg Commission Buenos Aires, May 12 th 2016 Seminario Internacional de Ciencias Avicolas


Introduction Issues in common - Opportunities and threats Taking the opportunity Creating the right environment Looking to the future

Conclusion


The global egg industry is a multi-billion Euro industry and growing

4.7 billion laying hens in the world - 2.9 billion (61.5%) in Asia.

Global egg production increased by 28.3% from 2000 to 2012

Mainly domestic markets with fresh products – only 2% traded worldwide

Not corporate ownership – family owned businesses


Egg production by country in 2013

Source: WING


Global Egg Production 70,0%

60,0%

50,0%

40,0%

1962 2010 2030

30,0%

20,0%

10,0%

0,0%

Africa

Asia

Europe

North America

Central and South America

Oceania


The ten leading countries in global egg production (2013) Country

Production (1,000 t)

Share (%) of global production

China USA India Japan Mexico Russian Fed. Brazil Indonesia Ukraine Turkey

24,788 5,636 3,835 2,522 2,516 2,284 2,172 1,224 1,121 1,031

36.3 8.3 5.6 3.7 3.7 3.3 3.2 1.8 1.6 1.5

10 countries

47,129

69.0

World

68,262

100.0

FAO


The ten countries with the highest increase in egg production between 2000 and 2013; data in 1,000 t Country

2000

2013

Increase

Increase (%)

China India Mexico Brazil USA Ukraine Indonesia Russian Pakistan Colombia

18,912 2,035 1,788 1,509 4,998 497 642 1,895 344 386

24,788 3,835 2,526 2,172 5,636 1,121 1,224 2,284 649 668

5,876 1,800 738 663 638 623 602 389 305 282

31.1 88.5 41.3 43.9 12.8 125.6 90.7 20.5 88.7 73.1

10 countries

33,006

44,379

11,373

34.5

51,046

68,262

17,216

33.7

FAO World


Issues in Common Opportunities and Threats Egg Consumption Sustainability and the Environment Human Nutrition Animal Welfare

Avian Health Social Responsibility


Issues in Common Opportunities and Threats Egg Consumption Sustainability and the Environment Human Nutrition Animal Welfare

Avian Health Social Responsibility


Egg Consumption Growth

Eggs/ head


World Egg Day > 14th Oct 2016

World Egg Day Is held on the Second Friday in October every year. Established by IEC in 1996. Promoted across the world

Informative and fun

This year, the

21st World Egg Day will be celebrated on

Friday 14th October.


Global Challenge • 842 million people suffer from chronic hunger (12%!) • 162 million children under 5 years of age are chronically malnourished


Global Challenge • 500 million people are obese


Issues in Common Opportunities and Threats Egg Consumption Sustainability and the Environment Human Nutrition Animal Welfare

Avian Health Social Responsibility

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: Over the next 50 years we need to produce more food than has been produced in the past 10.000 years combined ďƒ And to do so in environmentally sustainable ways


Increase production • Number of laying hens • Genetic potential  +2,3 eggs/hen/year • Improved management • Improve feed quality and feed efficiency


Environment Greenhouse gas emissions: livestock accounts for 18% of global emissions Eggs contribute only for a very small part‌..


Eggs have lowest Green House Gas emissions per 1,000 calories of all the animal proteins


Issues in Common Opportunities and Threats Egg Consumption Sustainability and the Environment Human Nutrition Animal Welfare

Avian Health Social Responsibility


Egg provide the highest quality protein you can buy World Health Organisation – uses eggs as benchmark standard for all other natural proteins: Eggs = 100%

Source of vitamins, carotenoids and Omega-3s


Egg industry offers consumer’s choice Cholesterol ďƒ no longer a concern for global egg consumption


Eggs turned into a Super Food


International Egg Nutrition Consortium

Global network of egg nutrition professionals Co-ordinate and disseminate research on egg nutrition Crisis communication network

Deliver dedicated international egg nutrition conferences IENC Banff 4th – 6th October 2016


Issues in Common Opportunities and Threats Egg Consumption Sustainability and the Environment Human Nutrition Animal Welfare

Avian Health Social Responsibility


Animal Welfare Brambell’s 5 freedoms


Share of housing systems in global laying hen husbandry (2012/2013)

Source: WING


Share of housing systems

Source: WING


Animal Welfare Issue has not gone away USA and Canada:

Customer transition to cage-free

Germany:

Elimination of enriched colonies Concerns on male chicks

OIE:

Global standards for laying hens


Animal Welfare

Solutions must be local Suitable to local conditions Example: In Asia, Africa and Latin America – the solution is to use the very best cage and small colony systems to improve avian welfare, health and protect the environment


Issues in Common Opportunities and Threats Egg Consumption Sustainability and the Environment Human Nutrition Animal Welfare

Avian Health Social Responsibility


Distribution of infection with avian influenza viruses in 2014 and early 2015 – Subtype H5

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Distribution of infection with avian influenza viruses in 2014 and early 2015 – Subtype H5

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Distribution of infection with avian influenza viruses in 2014 and early 2015 – Subtype H7

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Distribution of infection with avian influenza viruses in 2014 and early 2015 – Subtype H7

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Issues in Common Opportunities and Threats Egg Consumption Sustainability and the Environment Human Nutrition Animal Welfare

Avian Health Social Responsibility


The vision of the IEF is to create an independent and sustainable food supply for all, ensuring self-sufficiency for everyone, now and in the future.

IEF’s mission is to provide people living in developing countries with the means and methods to access high quality egg protein.

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Sustainable Eggs in Africa • Pullet growing farms ‒ 10,000 birds each

‒ 19,000 POL/year ‒ Supplying 950 smallholders with 20 hens each.

• Model farms on how to produce sustainable eggs.

• Supplying eggs for programmes for children. • Pilot program under implementation in Swaziland


Taking the opportunity Fact - Egg producers like and need to expand and grow their businesses. Collectively we need to create a positive feeling about the egg industry so that egg farmers can expand their businesses. We need to do this across the whole supply chain – from McDonalds to egg farmers to supply trades.


Creating the right environment

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International Egg Commission

Egg Processors International

International Egg Foundation

International Egg Nutrition Consortium

Global Roundtable for Sustainable Eggs

Egg producer Association

Egg processor Association

Social responsibility and development

Linking human nutrition Professionals globally

Championing sustainability

International Egg Conferences Ltd Professional conference organiser


The World Egg Organisation has structured itself to address the threats and promote the positives. • WEO can directly promote to International bodies, like FAO, OIE, WHO.


Looking to the future IEC Young Leaders

• Future leaders to develop their potential and become part of an international network • To help egg businesses plan their succession by investing in their

future leaders • To help the egg industry reward, motivate and retain the best people

• To communicate the scope, depth and challenges of today’s egg industry to future leaders


IEC Young Leaders

Two day programme at the start of each IEC conference, over 2 years Focused on a small group of high quality individuals Next programme intake - April 2017


Conclusion

An industry with a great future. We need to have a socially responsible, dynamic and profitable egg industry. Not just so that you can look after your families, but so that we can look after the growing population and the environment in a sustainable way.


Get involved with IEC and WEO Membership of International Egg Commission

IEC Conferences and Events • Regional Latin America Bangkok

25-26 Oct 2016 13-14 Mar 2017

• International Global Leadership Kuala Lumpur Egg Nutrition IENC Banff Business Conference

18-2 Sept 2016 4-6 Oct 2016 2-4 April 2017


Eggs around the world a challenging business! Muchos gracias por su atenci贸n

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