Thailand to test imported Japanese food

With Japan warning of more possible leaks from its damaged nuclear reactors, Thailand says it will randomly test imported food for possible contamination.

That’s the view of the country’s Food and Drug Administration and authorities say, they’ve already installed radiation testing devices, in all major cities.

Tests will be conducted every few weeks, from now for at least the next year, to protect consumers from radiation contamination. The country, is set to urge food buyers, to avoid –or at least reduce– importing Japanese food.

Video link: http://english.cntv.cn/program/newsupdate/20110316/104199.shtml

– CCTVNEWS

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