Taiwan to require food safety permits for imported eggs
Taipei, May 20 (CNA) Imported eggs and egg-based products will not be allowed to enter Taiwan without food safety certifications beginning in August amid a fipronil scare in Europe and Asia, a food safety official said Monday.
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