Japan Meltdown Moves From Reactors to Rice Bowls: Paul Blusteinby
Our family has feasted on two Gambaru Pakku (“Hang in there!” packs) -- boxes of fruit, vegetables and miso from Fukushima Prefecture -- and my wife has just ordered a third. We have bought several cartons of crisp Fukushima apples, too, and almost all of the rice we have consumed since the earthquake last March has also come from the part of Japan known worldwide for its crippled nuclear reactors.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- We Didn't Normalize Trump. We Normalized the Left's Violence.
- The Next Crisis Will Start in Silicon Valley
- Trump Takes a (Calculated) Risk on Immigration
- Trump's Terrible Numbers Are a Little Less Terrible
- Not Driving to Work Is the Hot New High-End Job Perk
- What Last Week Tells Us About Bitcoin
- What Jamie Dimon Got Wrong About Bitcoin and Tulips