For the first time since
On Monday, two types of octopus and one variety of marine snail deemed clear of radioactive cesium were on sale, often at deep discounts, according to the
Contamination worries still persist concerning fish, which aren't yet ready for consumption, according to Japanese media reports.
After a devastating
The local fishing industry saw annual sales plunge more than 85%, to 1.63 billion yen -- or $20.5 million -- last year, from 10.96 billion yen the year before, according to the Japan Times.
Last month, scientists reported signs of radioactivity in tuna captured in the Pacific, which they linked to the Fukushima disaster.