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[Report File] Radioactive Food Material NO, Taeguk Warrior 'Meal War'

2020-02-20T07:54:37.825Z

Needless to say, how important food is to athletes participating in the Olympics. So the players are saying that Bob is a medicine boy and medals come from Bobsim. The Korean Sports Association welcomed the heart when Tokyo, Japan, was selected as the venue for the 2020 Summer Olympics at the 2013 IOC General Assembly.



Needless to say, how important food is to athletes participating in the Olympics. So the players are saying that Bob is a medicine boy and medals come from Bobsim. The Korean Sports Association welcomed the heart when Tokyo, Japan, was selected as the venue for the 2020 Summer Olympics at the 2013 IOC General Assembly. This is because Japan is geographically close, food supply is easy, and our players will adapt well to Japanese food.

But this expectation became a vain dream. The Japanese government has vowed to use ingredients from Fukushima, which allegedly have radioactive pollution, in the Olympic Village Village menu. In addition to Fukushima's foodstuffs in Japan, there are many good foodstuffs. Nevertheless, Japanese Prime Minister Abe had a big ripple since he said he would force the use of Fukushima-produced foods that might have radioactivity.

I asked the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee to figure out the truth. The spokesman for the Takaya Masa organizer, unfortunately, did not miss my expectations. To summarize his answer:

"The Tokyo Olympics have promoted the revival of the Fukushima region since its inception. The use of Fukushima foodstuffs is intended to support the affected area, Fukushima. The Agency conducted a joint investigation in strict international standards in 2018 and found that there was no problem with radioactivity screening. none."

Mr. Masa Takaya's words coincide with the official position of the Japanese government and Fukushima Prefecture. However, there are many questions to trust the Tokyo Organization's claim at face value. For example, eight prestigious Japanese medical doctors and pathologists published a paper in the international academic journal investigating the status of radioactive contamination in Nihonmatsu City, Fukushima Prefecture, in 2018. According to the paper, as much as 40.7% of the mushrooms measured in Nihonmatsu City in 2017 exceeded the baseline 100 becquerel of cesium 137, a carcinogen.

In the end, it is most likely that there is a mistake in the research conducted by Japanese scholars, or that the Japanese government or the Tokyo Organizing Committee deliberately reduced or concealed unfavorable data. This is why it is difficult for us to believe Japan's claims.

In any case, Japan is sure to put Fukushima ingredients on the Athlete's Village menu. The International Olympic Committee (IOC), which has the only power to restrain it, has been tolerating and virtually tolerating for nearly a year. Squads of 206 countries around the world solve meal problems in most of the cafeteria's restaurants. The problem is that I don't know which menu contains Fukushima ingredients.

It's best not to eat at the restaurants in the Athlete's Village, but this is not as easy as it sounds. When athletes enter the Olympics, training and competitions repeat, because eating at a restaurant in an athlete's village is the most efficient way to save time.

The Korea Sports Association has been preparing measures since the second half of last year when food ingredients from Fukushima came to the fore. Unless we are forced to eat at a restaurant in the Athlete's Village, we have planned to provide our own food as much as possible.
The Korea Sports Association decided to set up a meal support center at the Henna Hotel, a 20-minute drive from the Athlete's Village. The administrative area is Urayasu City, Chiba Prefecture. The total cost of renting the hotel's kitchen and dining room during the competition is KRW 1.7 billion, the largest ever. There were also hotels that were closer to Athlete's Village and larger restaurants and kitchens, but we decided to go here due to various circumstances, including costs.
The Henna hotel restaurant can accommodate about 120 people at the same time, so there is no problem for Korean carriers to eat. The 14 chefs who stay here are always staying at the hotel, serving Korean and special meals daily to the players' orders. The average number of lunch boxes is 200 per day, and we plan to completely exclude Japanese food ingredients that may cause radiation. Food materials will be procured in Korea as much as possible and items that cannot be cleared will be arranged by a company that has a separate contract with a nearby mart near the Henna hotel.
There are two main concerns. The Tokyo Olympic Games will start on July 24 and end on August 9. The Olympics are held when it's hottest. Because the temperature is expected to be above 35 degrees Celsius, food is likely to go bad when delivering lunches to the Athlete's Village. If food poisoning occurs, athletes who have had a heavy sweat for four years may not be able to run properly.
Another difficulty is that the kitchen of the Henna hotel is very small, 8 square meters. Basically, ovens, dishwashers, and ice makers are available, and you can buy additional refrigerators and freezers that are scarce, but the kitchen is so small that it is not easy for more than six cooks to work. The Korean Gymnasium Cooking Team thinks that this problem will be solved by installing a kitchenette in the hotel parking lot as a last resort.

As Japan insisted on using Fukushima's food materials, the situation was created only when Korean citizens' taxes were more than necessary and our cooks had to work in very difficult conditions. Nobody expected this kind of trouble because of the problem that Korean ships eat at the neighboring country's Olympics in Japan.
But the Olympics are only five months away, and our players have to eat well, whatever the way. Shin Seung-cheol, a protagonist who experienced all the prenatal experiences in the athletes' village and had experience in the overseas Olympics, said, We will make the menu in the shortest time. We will pay special attention not to spoil the food due to the heat. "" We will try to help the players eat delicious food and win the gold medal. "

In order to prevent our athletes from eating Athlete's Village foods containing Fukushima ingredients, they must either come to Henn Hotel or have their lunch delivered to the Athlete's Village. Making an average of 200 lunch boxes a day and delivering them quickly is not as easy as it sounds. Because of the heat wave and the customs clearance of the athletes' villages. Taegeuk Warriors who have been working hard to win medals and cooks at the Korea Sports Association have to do a 'food war' as hard as obtaining medals.

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Source: sbskr

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