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Food safety issues, six months after Fukushima

By: Marie LINTON | Guillaume AUDA

Since the Fukushima nuclear accident, food safety has been a major concern for the Japanese people. Although Japan's government says people can feel secure about eating what they see for sale, fear of radioactive-tainted food is unlikely to stop any time soon in Japan. As our correspondents found out, each new harvest brings new suspicions.

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