Farmers are reassuring the public that Irish eggs are 100% safe.
It comes after it was revealed that a "small quantity" of contaminated eggs were supplied to food businesses in Ireland.
The eggs are no longer available and the FSAI has said that as the number of imported eggs in the country is "very small" the Netherlands scandal provides little risk to Irish consumers.
Millions of eggs have been recalled in eight countries across Europe in the past week over fears they were contaminated with an insecticide in the Netherlands.
Speaking today, Nigel Renaghan Chairman of the Irish Farmers Association Poultry Committee said Irish eggs are not affected by the scandal in any way:
"We can absolutely 100% guarantee you that any eggs for sale in any of the multiple are all 100% Irish Bord Bia approved," he said.
"If anybody has any doubt whatsoever, look at the egg and once you see IE you know it is Irish and it is 100% safe."