Eggs sold in Poland safe: chief veterinary officer
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Eggs sold in Poland are safe, the country’s Chief Veterinary Inspectorate has said, amid a scare over the use of a potentially harmful insecticide in several EU countries.
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Poland’s Chief Veterinary Officer Paweł Niemczuk said that contaminated eggs were not sent to to this country.
Retailers in several EU countries have withdrawn millions of eggs after traces of the insecticide fipronil were found in some batches.
Poland is one of the European Union’s leading producers and exporters of poultry and eggs.