World Egg Day
In 1996, during the Vienna conference, the International Egg Commission announced that from now on the second Friday of October will be World Egg Day. The commission stated that there are at least 12 arguments in favor of this holiday. And most (egg producers included) agreed with this proposal.
Eggs are a universal product, which is why they are popular in the cooking of different countries. You can celebrate this day by preparing treats for yourself and your family:
Studies have confirmed that it is necessary and useful to use this product regularly. Eggs contain many nutrients, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that treat various diseases. Eggs, unlike meat, do not increase the level of cholesterol.