White-coated FDA officials use Geiger counters to measure seafood for radioactivity. Concern for contamination of regulated products following atomic bomb tests led to routine monitoring from 1954 to the 1960s.
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White-coated FDA officials use Geiger counters to measure seafood for radioactivity. Concern for contamination of regulated products following atomic bomb tests led to routine monitoring from 1954 to the 1960s.

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Source: Food and Drug Administration
Date: 11 Nov 1918
Location: United States of Anerica
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