wiesbaden - Also in the German state of Hesse is feared that Dutch eggs have been infected with the decay agent Fipronil. This has been said by health authorities on Wednesday in Wiesbaden.
They say that due to good coordination, action is taken quickly and the suspected eggs are removed from the market. That has begun in the northern part of Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia. There is a website for customers who want to check the numbers of suspicious eggs. The contaminated eggs are also taken back by food items.