Industry → Animal Products
Organizations relating to Animal Products
International Egg Commission / Church Stretton, UK / Est. 1962
European Egg Packers and Traders Association / Copenhagen, Denmark / Est. 1997
European Down and Feather Association / Mainz, Germany / Est. 1982
European Egg Processors Association / Bruges, Belgium / Est. 1994
International Convention for the Marking of Eggs in International Trade / Est. 1931
International Convention Concerning the Export and Import of Animal Products other Than Meat, Meat Preparations, Fresh Animal Products, Milk and Milk Products / Est. 1935
Convention on Export of Guano, 1857 / Est. 1857
African Elephant Coalition / Est. 2008
Fédération européenne du foie gras / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2008
Future for Elephants / Munich, Germany
International Down and Feather Bureau / Höchst, Austria / Est. 1953
European Union of Wholesale in Eggs, Egg-Products, Poultry and Game / Veenendaal, Netherlands / Est. 1959
OIE - World Organisation for Animal Health / Paris, France / Est. 1924
World Problems relating to Animal ProductsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Human consumption of animals
Radioactive contamination of animals and animal products
Trade in animal products of endangered species
Infected animal, meat and animal product shipments
Health hazards from dairy products and eggs
Illegal ivory trade
Action Strategies relating to Animal ProductsFrom the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential
Increasing demand for meat and egg products
Decreasing demand for meat and egg products
Expanding small animal products
Boycotting animal products
Protecting international trade in endangered species
Monitoring trade in animal products of endangered species
Prohibiting trade in animal products of endangered species
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