A group of French nuclear physicists say they have stumbled on Fukushima’s signature in Northern California wine. (No, it’s not believed to be dangerous — more on that later.) In a new study, the researchers report testing 18 bottles of California rosé and cabernet sauvignon from 2009 onward and finding increased levels of radioactive particles in the wine produced after the Fukushima disaster. In the case of the cabernet, the levels of the radioactive materials doubled.
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