Fipronil in eggs

Pleased be aware that the chemical Fipronil (that has been found in Belgium and Dutch Eggs) has never and will never be used on our farm.

Fipronil is an insecticide that is used to kill lice and ticks on animals. It is banned by the EU for use in the food industry.

It is thought that it was added to disinfectant in some EU chicken farms.

This insecticide can damage the kidneys, liver and thyroid glands in humans if eaten in large quantities. The Food Standards Agency has said it is very unlikely that there is a risk to public health.

As a British egg producer, we follow stringent production standards to ensure that what we produce is perfectly safe and nutritious for consumers to eat. All our eggs are free from such chemicals.

They are fresh, nutritious and traceable.

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