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Off the shelves: Removed Fipronil-contaminated eggs in European supermarket, found its way in Asia
 

Off the shelves: Removed Fipronil-contaminated eggs in European supermarket, found its way in Asia

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Fipronil-contaminated eggs, originating from Dutch farms, were out on supermarket shelves but their doses are said to be not enough to harm consumers. Unsafe levels, however, have been recently found on two samples of Dutch eggs – on sale in Hong Kong.
 
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18 Aug 2017 - General
 
To combat the food adulteration markets is to mass serialise the original goods and empower the customers to check the originality and other product’s characteristics. Serialization is maybe the most powerful and cost effective anti-adulteration solution, the one offered by MY-VALIDACTOR is immediately available, easy to implement and at a cost near to zero.
This is how final customers would like to check the quality and the characteristics of the eggs and of the food in general http://www.m...
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