Recently the FNN News reported the following :
The assumption that the food circulated in the market should be safe had collapsed again.
Regarding the problem that beef was detected to have radioactive cesium that exceeded the tentative standard value of the country, it had been understood that the meat of six beef cattle had been shipped from the ranch in Fukushima and south Soma City to locations in the Tokyo metropolitan, and the beef from these cows was circulated in at least nine administrative divisions such as Shizuoka and Osaka etc. with the exception of Tokyo.
It was said that there was a possibility that part of the meat was sold through the shops etc. and had already been consumed.
A Shizuoka citizen said "It is terrible, there is the worry on how the body would become in the future if eaten ", "only this, only beef - no. Now all foods are not reliable".
Shizuoka citizens could not conceal their uneasiness.
The problem that the radioactive substance was detected from the meat of the cow shipped out by farmers in Fukushima and south Soma City spread out like wild fire to the whole country on the night of the 11th.
It had been understood that beef from the same farmers was circulated to various places nationwide through the slaughterhouse at Minato Ward in Tokyo.
It newly turned out that beef of six cows in the same ranch had already been circulated in nine administrative divisions, and part of them had been consumed.
As a result of the investigation of Shizuoka City in Shizuoka Prefecture, it was understood that processors in Shizuoka City sold the meat which they stocked wholesale on June 10th to distributors in Korehara City and Shizuoka City.
As for the traders in Korehara City, 4.7kg were sold, and 9.8kg were consumed in the restaurant; and as for the traders in Shizuoka City 300 grams were consumed the restaurant, and 13 kg were kept in the refrigerator.
It had been understood that radioactive cesium exceeding the standard of the country was detected when the city did the inspection.
(to be continued)