Tag: japan

Japan to World: Remember Me?

Way before Hurricane Irene, the earthquake in Richmond, the liberation of Libya, the death of Osama bin-Laden, the liberation of Egypt . . . way back in the mists of time, or, to be specific, March 11, 2011, there was an earthquake in Japan, and damage to nuclear power facilities that affected the safety of Japan’s food … Continue Reading

An Update on Japan from the Perishable Pundit

This really relates to the food situation generally as a result of the earthquake and tsunami, but it was so comprehensive and well-written about the food supply situation it seemed worth linking to.  And making a donation to Second Harvest Japan. … Continue Reading

The Japanese Nuclear Incident and Food Safety

We’ve been somewhat reluctant to post anything about this, mainly because the facts seem to change daily.  But today I found a very good website from WHO, the World Health Organization, Western Pacific Region, that is updated frequently and has a lot of good information that appears to be presented reasonably.  I was particularly impressed … Continue Reading
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