Consumption of edible eggs in Brazil has increased by 8.5% compared to last year.
The Brazilian Animal Protein Association (ABPA) said in a statement that the consumption of edible eggs by its citizens has reached more than 250.
According to published statistics, the consumption of eggs in this country in 2010 was 148.
In recent years, organizations such as the Brazilian Egg Institute (IOB) and government agencies have reportedly worked to build a culture of the benefits of using eggs as a complete food item in Brazilian society. Brazilian commentators believe that the efforts of these institutions have played an important role in increasing the consumption of this product.
Eggs produced in Brazil are mainly consumed in this country.
ABPA experts believe that eggs play an important role in food security and public health in Brazil because they are present on the table of all social classes in the country.
It should be noted that Brazil is among the top ten egg producers in the world. It currently exports this product to more than 15 different countries.