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Tainted eggs now affect 40 countries, EU says

COPENHAGEN -- A European Union official says 40 countries now have been affected by a Europe-wide contaminated egg scandal, including 24 EU members and 16 non-members.
Newsday

EU says 40 countries now affected in tainted egg scandal

Millions of eggs across Europe have been destroyed after they were found to contain traces of Fipronil.
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News video: EU officials mull response to egg scandal

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Contaminated eggs have been found in forty countries worldwide, the DPA news agency reported on Tuesday. They have traces of fipronil, an insecticide that can cause organ failure in humans if consumed..
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News video: Belgium's giant omelette festival defies tainted egg scandal

Belgium's giant omelette festival defies tainted egg scandal 01:03

Crowds flock to the small Belgian town of Malmedy to eat a giant omelette made of thousands of eggs, despite the country being at the centre of a scandal involving tainted eggs.
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News video: Belgium's giant omelette festival defies tainted egg scandal

Belgium's giant omelette festival defies tainted egg scandal 01:03

Crowds flock to the small Belgian town of Malmedy to eat a giant omelette made of thousands of eggs, despite the country being at the centre of a scandal involving tainted eggs.
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News video: Fipronil: EU ‘Toxic’ Egg Scandal Grows To Affect At Least 15 Countries

Fipronil: EU ‘Toxic’ Egg Scandal Grows To Affect At Least 15 Countries 00:42

The ‘toxic’ egg scandal engulfing European poultry farms has grown to affect at least 15 countries, the EU has said.
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News video: Arrests as Europe tries to crack egg scandal

Arrests as Europe tries to crack egg scandal 01:21

Dutch police arrested two suspects on Thursday as part of an investigation into the illegal use of a potentially harmful insecticide in the poultry industry. Rosanna Philpott reports.
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EU officials mull response to egg scandal

EU agriculture ministers discuss egg scandal
euronews

McDonald’s to cut antibiotics, as UN warns of superbug resistance

In light of the EU egg scandal, fast food giant McDonald's plans to phase out antibiotics from its poultry production chain starting in 2018. At the same time, the UN has warned of increased risk of..
EurActiv

Danes find more tainted eggs in food supply chain

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) " Danish authorities say two companies have bought 6.8 tons eggs and 108 kilograms (238 pounds) of omelet, respectively, from farms involved in the contaminated egg scandal.The..
New Zealand Herald

Foodspeed: Supplier to Queen caught in toxic egg scandal

foodspeed: supplier to queen caught in toxic egg scandal
Foodspeed, which holds a Royal Warrant to the Queen, is one of five companies forced to withdraw liquid egg products by the UK Food Standards Agency.
MailOnline

The Latest: France issues list of products with tainted eggs

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The Latest on the scandal in Europe over eggs, poultry and egg products contaminated with the pesticide Fipronil (all times local): 6:15 p.m. France's government, facing..
SeattlePI.com

Tainted egg scandal sparks political row in Germany

A German state minister charged Wednesday (16 August) that over three times more eggs contaminated with the insecticide fipronil had entered the country than the national government has admitted.
EurActiv

Belgium to seek damages over contaminated egg scandal

Belgium will seek damages over a contamination scandal that saw millions of chicken eggs pulled from supermarket shelves there and in other countries, authorities said on Wednesday.
DNA Also reported by •ReutersReuters India

Belgium to file civil lawsuit over egg scandal


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