Farmers and food safety officials cope with radiation fears

04/6/2011 | Google · ABC News

Farmers in affected regions of Japan are ignoring cautions to avoid areas inside the exclusion zone around the damaged nuclear reactor at the Fukushima power plant, in a desperate struggle to feed and care for the livestock that represents their livelihoods. Meanwhile, U.S. officials are screening imports of Japanese food products and radiation experts say there's no immediate need to worry about the safety of fish living in Pacific waters where the power company is dumping tons of radioactive water.

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