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on July 25, 2017

Eggs recalled in the Netherlands over pesticide residues

Product safety authority says the eggs should not make people sick, but ‘the substance does not belong in eggs’

Eggs from seven Dutch producers have been recalled after pesticide residues were detected.

According to NL Times, the country’s food and consumer product safety authority, NVWA, called on the producers to stop selling eggs after the insecticide, fipronil, was found in eggs and the poultry houses.


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