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Japanese companies operating in the global market are advising Fukushima Prefecture firms to put labels on food and other products to show they have passed safety tests to reassure overseas consumers worried by the impact of the nuclear crisis at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant.

The advice came as Fukushima business leaders met Thursday at the Japanese Consulate-General in New York with representatives of Japanese companies operating in the United States to discuss how best to cope with the impact of the nuclear crisis on Fukushima products, according to meeting participants.

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