Fukushima Rice Being Used In Convenience Store Foods

This report cites NHK as the original source. The caption mentions Fukushima rice being used in convenience store products like onigiri and lunch meals. It also mentions “trading” but doesn’t specify if this is for export or some other form of trading. So you might want to avoid the convenience store eats in Japan.

Google translation:
“Fukushima rice production, and distribution in convenience stores and trading, mainly sake and eaterieshave been avoided. NHK modern close-up. I still ····· convenience. Lunch and a convenience store onigiri,rice is used in Fukushima. Also trading, again, that’s Shitataka. Consumer’s absence.”


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