Traces of radiation have been found in baby formula in Japan. A major food and candy maker recalled canned powered milk for infants. At the same time government officials were claiming that the radiation traces us quite low.
Children are usually more at risk of getting cancer and other complications from radiation than adults are.
The aftermath of the March earthquake which damaged three reactors in the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant continues as radiation seeps into the air and ocean.
It is said that the airborne radioactive cesium contaminated milk at it was in the process of drying up in a plant in March.
The company that recalled the powered milk controls over 40% of the domestic baby formula.
The Japanese government is reviewing safety and other related radiation regulations in light of the March earthquake. Indeed many foods have not been required to test for radiation.
Many consumers are quite worried about the danger that the contaminated food may cause. ___