Fukushima's impact so far a wash for seaweed products

Fukushima's impact so far a wash for seaweed products

The Fukushima nuclear disaster caused a surge of concern about contaminated food products, both on land and in the ocean. So far though, seaweed seems to still be safe--good news for the skyrocketing seaweed snack industry.

It’s been more than two and a half years since a massive earthquake crippled Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant, and still the effects of the disaster are making headlines as water laced with radioactive isotopes continues to leak into the Pacific Ocean.

Since the March 2011 earthquake that crippled the reactors, scientists and governments have been racing to study the potential effects of the toxic water on marine life from bluefin tuna to cod, and some of th

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