April 7th, 2011
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Chef Eric Ripert is assuaging diners' radiation angst by mechanically testing the seafood he serves. An ecologist who's closely studied radiation's impact at Chernobyl thinks that going to those lengths in the U.S. just might be overkill.

Read more about the measures the Japanese government is taking to ensure that its seafood remains safe.

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  1. nick ephraim

    Why would they concern their selves? They strip the oceans of other countries of fish, without any regard of extinction of any species.

    April 7, 2011 at 11:05 am | Reply

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