Fukushima Mushrooms Still As High As 102,900 Bq/Kg

I report from late September showed that mushrooms cultivated for home consumption were still very high in cesium contamination. Mushrooms ranged from 85 bq/kg up to the high reading of 102,900 bq/kg. Most were in the thousands to tens of thousands of becquerels of cesium.

Foods like mushrooms, wild berries (including wild strawberry & blueberry) and wild game are still highly contaminated in parts of Europe decades after Chernobyl. So this problem in north east Japan is unlikely to go away any time soon.

H/T to Fukushima Diary
Original document from Minamisoma City
http://www.city.minamisoma.lg.jp/index.cfm/10,1672,c,html/1672/h26.09.pdf

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