How can you tell if a food has been irradiated to preserve it? look for

How can you tell if a food has been irradiated to preserve it? look for the radura symbol on the package smell the food and note any "off" flavors test the food for nutrient losses observe any unusual color changes in the food?

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Look for the Radura symbol on the package

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