Japan radiation has not reached food elsewhere

March 20, 2011 19:38

VIENNA - Radioactivity from a nuclear accident in Japan has not contaminated food grown outside that country, the UN atomic watchdog said on Sunday.

"Radioactivity from this emergency -- I say on the advice of (UN agencies) FAO and WHO -- has not affected food produced in any other country," Graham Andrew, a senior official of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), told reporters.

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