hannover - In Germany alone 35.3 million eggs have been marketed in the Lower Saxony, which may contain the pesticide fipronil.
Christian Meyer, Minister of Agriculture of the State, said Wednesday that he is based on the EU's dangerous warning system.
These are eggs from suspect companies in the Netherlands and four poultry companies in Lower Saxony. Earlier Wednesday, the newspaper Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung reported that Germany imported about 28 million fipronil eggs from the Netherlands.
The German authorities initially originated from a small 11 million contaminated eggs from the Netherlands delivered to Germany.