This video says about itself:
4 August 2017
This as a precaution as a health scare over possible insecticide contamination spreads.
A number of supermarket chains have taken Dutch eggs off their shelves, but Aldi is the first to stop all sales, regardless of origin.
Aldi has more than 4,000 stores in Germany.
The company says imported eggs at its 190 stores in Switzerland have also been taken off the shelves.
Read more here.
Today, NOS TV reports (translated):
The Belgian government says that Fipronil had been found in eggs in the Netherlands already in November 2016. According to Agriculture Minister Ducarme, Belgium was not informed by the Netherlands. …
[Ducarme:] “The fraudsters must be punished severely. They have not hesitated to play games with the health of the citizens.”
These fraudsters, according to Dutch daily De Telegraaf today, are Dutch business ChickFriend and Belgian Poultry-Vision, said to have sold the Fipronil to ChickFriend.