Enviroreporter tested a sample of green tea imported from Japan and found some signs of radioactive contamination in the tea.
Their method involves using a radiation detector and establishing a clicks per minute rate. They have been methodical about tracking the background levels in the room they use to test samples to assure anything they test is objectively looked at. It would be interesting to have a lab do a cesium test on their tea.
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