"We do not expect radiation to reach problematic levels," he said on a conference call with reporters.
Despite a low-level of concern, Frieden said, agencies such as the CDC, the Food and Drug Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Agriculture were all actively monitoring the air, the food and the water supplies in the U.S. for any evidence of contamination.
Dr. William Jones, acting director for the FDA's division of food safety, echoed Frieden's sentiments.
"There is a great deal of monitoring going on for any product that comes into this country," said Jones. "Anything contaminated to level where it could pose a concern would be detected."
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