Panic on seafood,tap water safety plagues Japan

Updated: 2011-03-23 21:13


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Panic on seafood,tap water safety plagues Japan
An official from Thailand's Food and Drug Administration takes a sample to test food imported from Japan, before the tsunami and earthquake, for radioactivity at Suvarnabhumi cargo in Bangkok March 23, 2011.[Photo/Agencies]


Panic on seafood,tap water safety plagues Japan
Sushi chefs Takami Minematsu (L) and Yoshitada Tamura wait for customers at a sushi restaurant in the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo March 22, 2011. The tsunami that hit Japan this month took such a huge toll on people, equipment and fish that supplies of some seafood could be cut off for a year or more, industry workers said on Tuesday.[Photo/Agencies]


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