Worries over Japanese food safety

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Japan is concerned about the safety of some its produce - a third city has now found rice tainted with radiation.

Meanwhile radioactive elements have been found in baby milk powder - nine months after the nuclear accident at Fukushima.

The BBC's Roland Buerk reports from Tokyo.

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