Rice from town near Tokyo is radiation-free, tests show

Reuters: Samples of rice grown in a town near Tokyo showed no radioactive materials when tested, officials said on Wednesday, a relief for farmers preparing to ship Japan's traditional food staple. Concerns over food safety have grown after radiation from the smashed Fukushima Daiichi power plant has leaked across northern and eastern Japan since March, the world's worst nuclear crisis in 25 years. Some local authorities are testing their rice to see if it contains too much cesium. Rice grown in......

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