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Swiss eggs have been declared safe to eat, after a series of random tests to check for the insecticide Fipronil. Residue had been found in eggs imported from the Netherlands, and Swiss supermarkets withdrew the imported eggs from sale on August 4.

Этот контент был опубликован 22 августа 2017 года - 11:13

The Federal Food Safety and Veterinary Office tested different kinds of eggs from a range of farms, adding up to 48 eggs in total. On Monday, the office confirmed that Swiss eggs are not affected by the insecticide and are safe to consume.

The World Health Organization (WHO) considers Fipronil to be a moderately toxic substance.

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