22 September 1998
Radioactive levels in food low in Scotland
RADIOACTIVE levels in foodstuffs and doses from nuclear site discharges in Scotland are well below internationally recommended limits, according to a report by the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency and the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food.
The researchers looked at about 5700 samples of milk, fruit, vegetables, meat and fish.
- The Herald 22/09/98 page 6