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Greenpeace Finds Cesium In Japanese Grocery Store Fish

story02Greenpeace Japan did another round of contaminated fish testing. They bought grocery store fish around northeast Japan and tested it for cesium contamination.

They found anywhere from no cesium detected to 47.3 bq/kg of combined cesium. This is under the government limit of 100 bq/kg but show there is radioactive contamination in seafood found for sale in this part of Japan.

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