FDA claims no need to test Pacific fish for radioactivity

Source: Anchorage Daily News

JAPAN MELTDOWN: Ocean too huge, distance too far for concern.

North Pacific fish are so unlikely to be contaminated by radioactive material from the crippled nuclear plant in Japan that there’s no reason to test them, state and federal officials said this week.

Even with dangerous levels of radiation reported recently just off the coast from the Fukushima reactor complex, the ocean is so huge and Alaska fisheries so far away that there is no realistic threat, said FDA spokeswoman Siobhan DeLancey. The Food and Drug Administration has oversight of the nation’s food supplies.

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