Cesium Found in Japanese Oat Product

Nihonshokuhin Premium Pure Oatmeal found with traces of cesium.


According to China’s Centre for Food Safety of the Food and Environmental Hygiene Department, an oats sample imported from Japan and collected recently from a local supermarket during surveillance contained low levels of radioactive cesium. The name of the contaminated product is Nihonshokuhin Premium Pure Oatmeal.

“The oats sample was collected from a local supermarket for radiation testing under the regular Food Surveillance Programme,” the CFS spokesman said.

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