Co-op checking meals for cesium via The Japan Times Online

The Japanese Consumers’ Cooperative Union said Thursday it is monitoring how much radioactive material is contained in household meals to help ease consumer worries.

The co-op said it started the study Dec. 15 on meals at about 250 households in 18 prefectures.

It will monitor the levels of radioactive substances in the food through the end of March.

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