Aldi pulls Dutch eggs in Germany as insecticide scandal widens

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Supermarket chain makes move purely as a precaution but acknowledges it could lead to market shortages for eggsDiscount supermarket Aldi said on Friday it was pulling all Dutch eggs from its shelves i

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Supermarket chain makes move ‘purely as a precaution’ but acknowledges it could lead to ‘market shortages’ for eggsDiscount supermarket Aldi said on Friday it was pulling all Dutch eggs from its shelves in Germany overan insecticide scandal that has spread to food stores across Europe.Aldi said it was making the move “purely as a precaution” but acknowledged it could lead to “market shortages” for eggs in Europe’s top economy.Continue reading...

Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 5, 2017Category: Science Authors: Agence France-Presse Tags: Eggs Aldi Netherlands Germany Chicken Agriculture Business Food & drink Retail industry Supermarkets Science Health Europe European commission Source Type: news

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