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Belgium, the Netherlands hatch plan to curb spread of bad eggs

The countries raid premises linked to fraud probe on fipronil contamination
Friday, August 11, 2017 - 05:50

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Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel receiving eggs from Philippe Duvivier of Fugea ahead of a meeting between the Prime Minister and delegates from the egg and chicken industry in Houffalize on Aug 10.

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DUTCH and Belgian investigators launched joint raids on Thursday over Europe's insecticide-tainted egg scare as Britain said it had imported far more contaminated eggs than originally revealed.

The spiralling scandal also spread to an eighth country, Luxembourg, which

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