120 Bq/kg of cesium measured from soybeans and sold for transitional measures
According to Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, 120 Bq/Kg of cesium was measured from soybeans in Fukushima.
However, it was shipped for transitional measures. The safety limit is 100 Bq/kg but in the transitional measures, temporary limit (500 Bq/Kg) is applied.
Selon le ministère de la Santé, du Travail et des Affaires Sociales, 120 Bq/kg de césium ont été relevés dans des graines de soja de Fukushima.
Ceci étant, ils ont été expédiés à titre transitoire. La limite de sécurité est déjà de 100 Bq/kg mais les mesures transitoires appliquent une limite temporaire de 500 Bq/kg.
Échantillon : graines de soja
Date : 28 novembre 2012
Origine : Fukushima
Cs-134 : 46,3 Bq/kg
Cs-137 : 72,0 Bq/kg
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