Some people don't worry about the safety of food grown near the Fukushima reactors, two years after a nuclear disaster occurred, but others have begun to question the food and plants that have sprung up since the blast. Some people are still afraid of radioactive contamination, while Japan's government insists the food supply is safe. 
I'd say the food has gone bad and should probably be avoided at all costs.

Some people don’t worry about the safety of food grown near the Fukushima reactors, two years after a nuclear disaster occurred, but others have begun to question the food and plants that have sprung up since the blast. Some people are still afraid of radioactive contamination, while Japan’s government insists the food supply is safe.
I’d say the food has gone bad and should probably be avoided at all costs.

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