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“We are alarmed at the lack of testing currently in place to meet the present-and-growing threat of Cesium 134 and 137 contamination in our food supply. The time is past-due for a comprehensive response to radiation present in our food supply from the Fukushima disaster. ” Alexis Lynn Baden-Mayer, Political Director, Organic Consumers Association
NEXT, add your comments to the FDA CITIZEN PETITION filed on March 12, 2013 by FFAN coalition members Beyond Nuclear, Citizens for Health, and Ecological Options Network to significantly lower cancer causing Cesium 134 and 137 in the U.S. food, nutritional supplement and pharmaceutical supply, including imports from Japan. (The U.S. currently has the HIGHEST allowable levels in the world, twelve times higher than Japan.) The simple action of adding your comments will encourage FDA to accept the petition and important supporting documentation into their official process, otherwise it could be denied altogether. CLICK ON BLUE OR YELLOW BUTTON in the right column of this page TO COMMENT NOW. Thank you.
“FFAN is the only group working toward safe food policy in the U.S. due to the ongoing Fukushima Daiichi nuclear catastrophe. Please support their work and comment on the FDA Citizen Petition today!”~ Dr. Peter Montague, Founder and Director of Environmental Research Foundation
Fukushima Fallout Awareness Network is a coalition of groups and concerned citizens who share information and resources in response to the ongoing radioactive fallout of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster and then act to find solutions. FFAN is committed to holding government agencies and elected officials responsible for protecting the U.S. food supply, and also networking with the people of Japan who are trying to protect theirs as well. Check out the FFAN Facebook page.
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