Jamie McIntosh: Report Published
New Nuffield Farming Report published – Jamie McIntosh: ‘Explore new ways eggs can be marketed to maintain a steady increase in egg consumption’
Jamie McIntosh, a 2018 Nuffield Farming Scholar from the Scottish Borders, has published his Nuffield Farming Report titled ‘Explore new ways eggs can be marketed to maintain a steady increase in egg consumption’. It is now available for download on the Nuffield International website at www.nuffieldinternational.org/live/reports or can be downloaded directly at http://bit.ly/2XUcw7F.
Jamie also recently presented his findings at the 2019 Nuffield Farming Conference in Warwickshire, and the video of his presentation can be seen here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cJfS_JAmgY.
Report Title: Explore new ways eggs can be marketed to maintain a steady increase in egg consumption
Sponsor: The MacRobert Trust
Countries Visited: Canada, USA, Colombia, Denmark, Poland, Italy, China, Japan
- Highlight why egg consumption should increase and identify the main challenges in doing so
- Explore different strategies for promoting the health benefits from consuming eggs
- To learn from other countries new marketing strategies for increasing egg consumption
- There is considerable potential for egg consumption to increase
- Science-based health messages on eggs are positive and clear – now is the time to capitalise on all health benefits
- However, several threats to consumption growth need consideration
- There are many options left as to how the egg can be presented to the consumer
Notes to the Editor:
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