British shops to sell radioactive BABY FOOD and other produce from Fukushima under EU plan | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

British shops to sell radioactive BABY FOOD and other produce from Fukushima under EU plan

Brussels has forged a trade deal with Japan that removes controls over radioactivity levels on foods produced on the island following the 2011 nuclear disaster, The Telegraph reports. As a result, Britain will soon be selling goods from the disaster-hit area including baby food, breakfast cereals, fish crustaceans, meat and green tea. Current plans do not allow for the contaminated products to be labelled, meaning consumers will not be aware the food contains traces of radioactive substances.

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