Japan Bans Radioactive Meat a Little Too Late

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
July 21, 2011

The March 2011 disaster that swept Japan and other parts of the world with radiation from melted down reactors cores at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant continues to spew deadly radiation to this very day.

The Intellihub has had reports of aerial radiation surveys taking place over the CONUS (Continental United States)due to the Fukushima radiation drift — like a scene out of the TV series Jericho (a must watch).

What is even more appalling is the fact that Japan has now banned the deadly radioactive meat after most of the Japanese populace consumed has it.

The following is an excerpt from the AFP;

As many as 1,485 beef cattle in nine prefectures are thought to have been fed straw contaminated with radioactive caesium before being sent for slaughter and processing country-wide, the Yomiuri Shimbun said.

The straw contamination is a result of the nuclear crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi plant and has been spread through trading of the tainted feed among farmers in regions beyond Fukushima, Miyagi and Iwate, where the problem is believed to have originated.

Straw from Iwate prefecture showed radioactive caesium readings 43 times the government limit, according to local authorities.

Detoxadine 125x125The animals had been shipped to 45 of Japan’s 47 prefectures as of late Wednesday, according to tallies by Jiji Press and Kyodo News, and some of the meat has already been consumed.

The contamination surfaced earlier this month when elevated levels of radioactive caesium were found in beef from cattle shipped from a farm in Minamisoma, a city near the nuclear plant.

Makes you wonder what is contaminated in the U.S.

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