THE chief executive of the British Poultry Council Richard Griffiths has been made vice president of the International Poultry Council.

Mr Griffiths will work with the IPC community to steer efforts to shape the trajectory for the international poultry industry.

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Ricardo Santin, CEO of the Brazilian Association of Animal Protein (Associação Brasileira de Proteína Animal), has assumed the role of president.

Mr Griffiths said: “The new IPC Executive Committee brings together a wealth of voices, expertise, and backgrounds.

“All of us are ready to take the next steps to champion the poultry industry on the global stage and support our members in their efforts to feed the world.”


As vice president, Mr Griffiths will work closely with president Ricardo Santin and the IPC community to implement initiatives that advance the interests of the global poultry sector.

“With a comprehensive vision for the future, the IPC Executive Committee aims to address the challenges and opportunities facing the industry, fostering collaboration and innovation at an international scale,” a statement said.