The NVWA has detected the harmful substance fipronil in eggs. Here, you will find a list of contaminated eggs, an overview of the measures taken and frequently asked questions.
Dutch authorities (NVWA-IOD) arrest 2 men in fipronil case
10-08-2017 | 15:09
Today NVWA's intelligence and investigation services (NVWA-IOD) arrested 2 suspects in the criminal investigation of the Public...
NVWA website publishes codes of fipronil-contaminated eggs from investigated farms
03-08-2017 | 19:18
Today, the NVWA website has published all egg codes of companies whose eggs tested positive for fipronil during the past week....
NVWA to publish codes of fipronil-contaminated eggs from investigated farms tomorrow
02-08-2017 | 19:39
On Thursday afternoon, 3 August 2017, the NVWA will publish all egg codes of companies implicated in the investigation of...
NVWA cautions consumers against eating eggs with specific egg code
31-07-2017 | 18:56
The Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) cautions consumers against eating white eggs with the code...
NVWA to halt transport at additional laying hen farms as a precaution
26-07-2017 | 08:45
The Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) has imposed a transport ban on dozens of laying hen farms as...
NVWA investigates use of fipronil in poultry sector
22-07-2017 | 15:01
The Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) is investigating the use of fipronil in the poultry sector,...