"Nuclear Food Scare" of Japan to US and all over Europe
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"Nuclear Food Scare" of Japan to US and all over Europe

Ibaraki : Japan | Mar 22, 2011 at 11:50 PM PDT
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As Japan Nuclear plants blow up United States blocked imports of dairy and other produce food staff.
Emergency crews still trying to take control of Fukushima Daiichi (No. 1) plant which was hit by worst earthquake in history of Japan.

Health Ministry test the food items near the plants to make sure of any radiation will be not found.

The United States restricted dairy and vegetable imports from several prefectures, and France called on the European Union to do the same, while Japan was also testing seawater to measure the impact on marine life.

Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan saying " Where will be no shipments of untreated milk and vegetables including broccoli, cabbage and parsley from areas near the Pacific coast plant, 250 kilometers northeast of Tokyo"

The health ministry said there legal limits had been found in 11 kinds of vegetable grown in Fukushima prefecture.
The US Food and Drug Administration said it had placed an import alert on all milk, dairy products, fresh vegetables and fruits from Fukushima prefecture and the nearby regions of Ibaraki, Tochigi and Gunma.

This act from US and Europe will effect the economy of Japan it might take two years to call safe for growing or harvest near plants.

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"Nuclear Food Scare" of Japan to US and all over Europe
As Japan Nuclear plants blow up United States blocked imports of dairy and other produce food staff.Emergency crews still trying to take control of Fukushima Daiichi (No. 1) plant which was hit by worst earthquake in history of Japan.Health Ministry test the food items near the plants to make sure of any radiation will be not found. The United States restricted dairy and vegetable imports from several prefectures, and France called on the European Union to do the same, while Japan was also testing seawater to measure the impact on marine life.Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan saying " Where will be no shipments of untreated milk and vegetables including broccoli, cabbage and parsley from areas near the Pacific coast plant, 250 kilometers northeast of Tokyo"The health ministry said there legal limits had been found in 11 kinds of vegetable grown in Fukushima prefecture.The US Food and Drug Administration said it had placed an import alert on all milk, dairy products, fresh vegetables and fruits from Fukushima prefecture and the nearby regions of Ibaraki, Tochigi and Gunma.This act from US and Europe will effect the economy of Japan it might take two years to call safe for growing or harvest near plants.
YasirMustafa is based in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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