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Singapore to test Japanese food imports for radiation

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Singapore – Singapore on Monday said it was to start testing imported Japanese food for radiation following possible nuclear leaks from power plants in Japan.

As a precautionary measure, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority said it would ‘monitor Japanese produce based on source and potential risk of contamination.’

‘Samples will be taken for testing for radiation. Fresh produce will have priority,’ the city-state’s food watchdog said in a statement.

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