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No Belgian chicken meat has tested positive for banned insecticide

Tests have found no positive traces of fipronil in Belgian meat

Belgium’s food safety body, the Federal Authority for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC), has confirmed not a single sample of the tested chicken meat has been found to contain traces of fipronil, the toxic insecticide that has sparked a Europe-wide recall for millions of eggs. 

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