Singapore destroys contaminated eggs

07-09-2010 | | |

Millions of eggs worth some S$700,000 (€404,000) were destroyed during the suspension of N & N Agriculture Farm’s products after the detection of antibiotic residues in their eggs.

The suspension was lifted last week after Singapore’s Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority found the eggs safe for consumption.

The Farm said sales reached 70% this week, up from 10 to 20% in the week when the suspension was lifted.

It added that previous problems with the eggs could be due to the chicken feed. And to this end, the Farm has hired veterinarians to manage the poultry and what they eat.

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