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A group of about 30 Kanagawa Prefecture residents, including mothers with young children, started a service Monday to measure radiation levels in food.

The group will use devices worth around ¥1.3 million each, purchased with donations, installed at each of its two offices in Yokohama and Sagamihara to check for such iodine, cesium and other radioactive substances.

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