Fish caught off the Fukushima Prefecture coastline in Japan are being sold starting today, reports Mainichi, "after fisheries cooperatives here resumed test fishing" and after the fish themselves were tested for radiation. Over 5 tons of fish and cetaceans were caught yesterday, and after radiation screening, made their way into fish markets and grocery stores starting today.
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