Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has swept the egg industry, taking out more birds than in previous outbreaks and leaving both consumers and producers scrambling. With higher egg prices and fewer hens to meet demand, outbreaks are slowing, but we aren’t out of the woods yet. Consumers will see that outdoor access eggs like Happy Egg Free Range eggs haven’t been impacted as much in price as traditional caged or cage-free eggs. Curious to learn why? Watch this webinar now to get the full rundown.
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Vice President of Marketing, Happy Egg
Whitney Fortin, Vice President of Marketing at Happy Egg, has over 10 years of experience in the marketing space. Prior to joining Happy Egg in 2020, Whitney worked at Coca Cola, Saatchi & Saatchi X, and Walmart. Throughout her career, Whitney has developed a strong passion for understanding consumer needs and making consumer-centric decisions, which she now applies daily in her role leading the marketing team at Happy Egg. Whitney chooses Happy in her own life by making intentional choices that allow her to be more present as a mom, leader and wife, prioritizing her mental and physical health by running or doing yoga in the mornings instead of hitting snooze.
Vice President of Sales, Happy Egg
Eric Martin, Vice President of Sales at Happy Egg, has over 15 years of experience in the retail space, working with brands across the nation to help their products sell at shelf. Before assumingthe role of Vice President of Sales, Eric served in other key sales roles at Happy Egg where he built and fostered relationships in the Natural Channel, Grocery, and Mass Retail outlets. When he’s not leading Happy Egg’s sales team, Eric chooses Happy by challenging himself daily; biking the hills of Northwest Arkansas, tackling the complexities of the ever-changing egg category, and embracing the messy joy of raising his two daughters with his wife.