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Radiation in Food Up to 65 Miles From Japan Plant


Environment  (tags: food safety, health, wellness, radiation, contamination, food contamination, health risk, health warning, food safety concerns, earthquake, tsunami, natural disasters, nuclear power, nuclear energy, nuclear plants, nuclear, nuclear disasters )

Audrey
- 2648 days ago - cbsnews.com
Extensive radiation levels have prompted serious concerns about the food safety.



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Constance F (418)
Monday March 21, 2011, 4:15 pm
This is just so horrible...Normally, I haven't commented at all on the disaster in Japan. What can you say that is at all meaningful or useful in the face of such devastation. I guess, I just have a thing about food. Bad enough you can't breathe the air...
 

Henriette Matthijssen (154)
Monday March 21, 2011, 9:04 pm
While the radiation levels exceeded the limits allowed by the government, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano insisted the products "pose no immediate health risk." It will probably kill you but don't worry, no big deal!
Police said more than 452,000 people made homeless by the quake and tsunami were staying in schools and other shelters, as supplies of fuel, medicine and other necessities ran short. Or you will die of other means!
Still money for wars, but not to save people from the worst! Thanks Audrey.
 
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