Geiger Counters don't really work on food and water!

Most Geiger counters are ineffective for the average consumer in detecting high levels of radiation in food and water - scientists, professors and device makers say.

"Just pointing a measuring device at the food is pretty much meaning less" said Katayama - a member of the Japan society for Analytical Chemistry. "Tap water, milk and fish, for example require expert knowledge and special handling to get meaningful readings"

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