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Cobb & OneEgg expand globally

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SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. — Continuing their mission to increase the availability of animal protein to children around the world at risk of malnutrition, Cobb-Vantress and OneEgg recently launched new chapters in Nepal, Honduras and Ethiopia.

Participating children receive one egg a day several days a week, greatly increasing animal protein consumption, which is essential for proper growth and development. Protein malnutrition affects nearly 150 million children around the world, and eggs contain 18 different types of protein and nine different vitamins.

OneEgg and Cobb work together with communities to establish small, sustainable poultry operations. Families raise the chickens that lay. . .

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