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More Hongkongers avoiding European eggs, hitting sales amid scandal

  • Sat, 12 Aug 2017 22:47
Sales of European eggs in Hong Kong have taken a hit amid an ongoing toxic poultry scandal, which has spread to 17 countries and regions. Customers in the city are cautious about all eggs imported from the continent despite official assurances, after the European Commission revealed on Friday that insecticide-tainted eggs from Dutch farms had been found in 15 European Union states, Switzerland and Hong Kong. European eggs, which make up about 20 per cent of Hong Kong’s supply, are usually... South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed


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