19.71 Bq/Kg from Japanese Kellogg’s cereal

Even if you evacuate in Japan, you can’t escape from the supply chain of the food.
It’s not only agricultural food to be contaminated, but also processed food is contaminated.

A citizen’s radiation measurement group “Tida” in Hamamatsu Shizuoka [Link] measured 19.71 Bq/Kg of cesium from cereal. It’s the type of food grain to eat with milk for breakfast.
The product’s name is All brown Buran Flake Plain by Kellogg’s.

19.71 Bq/Kg from Japanese Kellogg's sereal 2

 

19.71 Bq/Kg from Japanese Kellogg's sereal 3

 

19.71 Bq/Kg from Japanese Kellogg's sereal 4

40% is Japanese wheat and 60% is polished rice from US.

Cs-134 : 8.95 Bq/Kg
Cs-137 : 10.76 Bq/Kg
Total : 19.71 Bq/Kg

19.71 Bq/Kg from Japanese Kellogg's sereal

 

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