Japanese food retailer promises radiation-free food ( — 2 Comments

  1. That’s great news. Other retailers should follow suit. Additional radiation testers should be sold to the general public and discount prices. I would like very much to wave a radiation tester over the meat counters in Town Seven and over bags of rice I buy. The insidious spread of contaminated food without the government’s action to stop it is shirking a government primary responsibility. In my book it is a criminal offense. Archibald

  2. There is some new consumer oriented radiation detector that went on sale last month. But it’s like 18,000 yen plus I think it takes like 10 minutes to get a stable reading, which would make it hard to use while shopping.doug

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