10:50 am 10-minute INTERIOR average: 38.0 CPM
11:20 am SPOT CHECK JAPANESE VEGETABLE JUICE LIQUID IN TEST DISH bought in Southern California Japanese market = ~58 SUSTAINED CPM WHICH IS 53% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS BACKGROUND AVERAGE
11:35 am 10-minute INTERIOR average FILTER OF JAPANESE-MADE VEGETABLE JUICE bought in Southern California Japanese market = 44.2 CPM WHICH IS 16.3% HIGHER THAN PREVIOUS BACKGROUND AVERAGE
Of course our crude filtering of samples to remove water that interferes with radiation detection doesn’t always result in a ‘concentrated’ amount of ionizing material as shown here. The spot check’s high results aren’t what you’d typically find in a health-oriented vegetable juice. But since this was produced in a country dealing with uncontrolled and massive amounts of radiation being spewed into the environment, it wouldn’t be surprising that any one of the nearly two dozen ingredients in this juice could be responsible for the radiation detected.