JP Gov to reduce the sorts of food to test the radiation level of “Because they measure radiation decreasingly”
On 3/19/2013, MHLW (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) announced they are going to reduce the sorts of food to test the radiation level of after April.
The number of food to be tested will be reduced from 132 to 98.
The food that won’t be tested are
The reason is “They measure radiation from those kinds of food decreasingly.”
Le 19 mars 2013, le MHLW (Ministère de la Santé, du Travail et des Affaires Sociales) a annoncé qu’ils vont réduire les types d’aliments à contrôler pour leur niveau de radioactivité après avril.
Le nombre de types d’aliments contrôlés va être réduit de 132 à 98.
Les aliments exclus de ces contrôles seront :
Pommes de terre
Jeunes lanciers (poisson)
La raison est qu’ils “relèvent que leurs mesures de radioactivité décroissent pour ces sortes d’aliments”.
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