HERE’S A LOOK AT WHAT AEB’S BEEN UP TO

Increasing demand for eggs and egg products is the American Egg Board's mission—as a result AEB has been busier than ever with activities ranging from schools to foodservice to exports and beyond. Awareness and education are AEB’s focus. What’s taken months to accomplish is summed up for you in a couple of minutes Enjoy!


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Forms & Guidelines

Collecting Handler Report Form

To download the Collecting Handler Report Form, click here.

Exemption Information & Form

Any producer who has an aggregate of less than 75,000 birds is exempt from paying the AEB assessment. Handlers may also file for exemption if they purchase from exempt producers exclusively and if those producers have filed exemption forms. Handlers should forward exemption forms to appropriate producers. To download the 2016 Exemption Information & Form, click here.

Organic Exemption Request Form

Persons that produce and market only products eligible to be labeled as “100 percent organic” may request exemption from assessment under research and promotion programs. To download the Organic Exemption Request Form, click here.

Guidelines for AMS Oversight

Congress delegated to the Department of Agriculture (USDA) the responsibility for implementation and oversight of commodity promotion, research and consumer information programs established under freestanding legislation, commonly known as “checkoff” programs. View the current Guidelines for AMS Oversight of Commodity Research and Promotion Programs here.

Diversity Statement

The American Egg Board’s (AEB) programs are open to all individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, family/parental status, income derived from a public assistance program, political beliefs or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity, in any program or activity conducted or funded by AEB, and it is the AEB’s policy that membership on the Board and its committees reflect the diversity of individuals served by its programs. It is therefore the Board’s policy to have the representation of producers from diverse backgrounds on its Board and strongly encourages women, younger producers, minorities and persons with disabilities to seek nominations to the Board and to participate in the Board’s activities.

Contact the American Egg Board (AEB)

8755 W. Higgins Road, Suite 300
Chicago, IL 60631

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Phone: 847.296.7043
Fax: 847.296.7007

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