Weeks before the Aeon beef announcement, she received a tip-off from a politician who supported her group, telling her that Fukushima beef was being used in school meals. 'At around the same time, more and more Yokohama residents began asking questions, demanding that all food products should be labeled with the place of growth or production. As a result, the School Meals Committee began publishing product information. When people saw the list of ingredients, there was an uproar.' The publication, which Toshiko received in May, showed that the school meals had contained cabbage, asparagus, beef, beans and cucumbers from Fukushima.
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