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It seems that consumer confidence in Europe is reaching an all time low with another scandal with a product intended for human consumption.

The emerging news is that some German farms have fed their cows dangerous carcinogen aflatoxin B1 after conducting tests on the weekend. This renders the animal feed dangerous and even more so in milk, although it does not pose a problem in meat or eggs.

The feed was sent to over 4000 farms in the Lower Saxony region, of which just under 1000 were to dairy farms.

Do you think the same feed or a similar feed could have reached other parts of Germany or neighbouring countries?