EU won’t unblock contaminated egg farms “until residue limits are compliant”This article is powered by EU Food Law
The European Commission said today that the farms in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and France affected by the fipronil-contaminated egg scandal will not be reopened for business until they are all compliant with EU maximum residue levels for pesticides. Ten countries are affected by the contaminated egg scandal and millions of eggs and egg-related products are being removed from supermarket shelves.
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