Food Updates as of March 26, 2011

According to the prefectural government, the following 24 Ibaraki products are safe to eat as of March 26, 2011.

– onions, cabbage, lettuce, lotus root, Chinese cabbage (hakusai), tomatoes, strawberries, cucumbers, oriental chives (nira), mizuna, chingensai, green peppers, Japanese shallots, shiso leaves, Japanese hornwort (kirimitsuba), celery, small watermelons (kodama suika), sunny lettuce

– beef, pork, chicken, chicken eggs

– fried kamaboko, dried shirasu

The following Ibaraki products are currently banned from being sold.

– spinach, parsley, raw milk

Source: http://www.pref.ibaraki.jp/important/20110311eq/nousanbutsu/20110326/files/chirashi.pdf

Actual readings here: http://www.pref.ibaraki.jp/important/20110311eq/nousanbutsu/20110326/files/kakk_ichiran.pdf


Today’s verdict: Eacher veggies!

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