This photo taken on August 8, 2017 in Alkmaar eggs for sale at supermarket, following a drought have now being progressively reintroduced into markets. Several European countries face a growing scare over millions of eggs that have been contaminated with the insecticide fipronil, which is potentially harmful to humans. Millions of eggs have been pulled from shops in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany as fipronil was detected in samples. | John Thys/AFP/Getty Images

Insecticide-Tainted Eggs Found in Eight European Nations

Dutch and Belgian authorities launched raids today as millions of eggs containing the insecticide fipronil have been destroyed or removed from shelves.

Published On 08/10/2017
10:50 AM EDT