IAEA: Japan food samples below contamination levels

By REUTERS
April 12, 2011 18:23

 
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VIENNA - Latest food sample data provided by Japan during its nuclear crisis shows contamination below limits set by domestic authorities, an International Atomic Energy Agency official said on Tuesday.

"The analytical results of all the samples of various vegetables, fruit, various meats, seafood and processed raw milk in eight prefectures indicated that iodine 137, caesium 134 and caesium 137 were either not detected or were below the regulation values set by the Japanese authorities," Denis Flory told a news conference.

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