What's new ? - 2017

What's new ? - 2017

Fipronil-tainted eggs found in Taiwan

23 August, 2017

Taiwan finds eggs contaminated with Fipronil on three farms.
Excessive levels of fipronil have been found in eggs produced at three farms in Taiwan. 
Agricultural authorities tested samples from 45 farms around the island and found those from three farms in Changhua contaminated.
The three farms are subject to strict controls that prohibit eggs from leaving their premises and eggs that have already been shipped will be removed from stores and destroyed. 
The maximum residue of fipronil in eggs in Taiwan is 5 parts per billion.