20 Bq/kg from Shizuoka tea leaves sold in Tokushima Shikoku

According to Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, 20 Bq/Kg of cesium was measured from tea leaves.

It was produced in Shizuoka prefecture, and sold in Tokushima prefecture of Shikoku.

Sample : Tea leaves
Origin : Shizuoka
Sold : Tokushima (Western Japan)
Sampling date : 11/6/2012
Cs-134 : 8.01 Bq/Kg
Cs-137 : 12.3 Bq/Kg

20 Bq/kg from Shizuoka tea leaves solt in Tokushima Shikoku


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Français :

20 Bq/kg dans des feuilles de thé Shizuoka vendues à Tokushima Shikoku

Selon le ministère de la Santé, du Travail et des Affaires Sociales, 20 Bq/kg de césium ont été relevés dans des feuilles de thé.

Il a été produit dans la préfecture de Shizuoka et  vendu dans la préfecture de Tokushima de Shikoku.

Échantillon : Feuilles de thé
Origine : Shizuoka
Vendu à : Tokushima (Japon de l’Ouest)
Date d’échantilonnage : 6 novembre 2012
Cs-134 : 8.01 Bq/kg
Cs-137 : 12.3 Bq/kg

20 Bq/kg dans des feuilles de thé <strong>Shizuoka </strong>vendues à Tokushima Shikoku


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December 2012